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Smart grid solutions provider Efacec ACS has launched the latest series in a line of advanced remote terminal unit (RTU) technology for substation and feeder automation.

According to Efacec, the new NTX series of substation controllers replaces the NTU and Connex lines the company has offered since 2004.

"The NTX series delivers a wide range of cost-effective offerings to meet utilities' increased need to integrate with more substation devices, both legacy and new, and to process more data more securely," says Efacec CEO Jose Barbosa.


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