SOMERVILLE, N.J., June 23, 2005 (PRNewswire-FirstCall) — Conolog Corporation, an engineering and design company that provides digital signal processing solutions to global electric utilities, announced the introduction of the CM-100, first of its kind, direct substation hardened communication consolidator that fills the existing gap in substation communications.
A survey conducted by the Company and its representatives demonstrated that over 75% of electrical utilities surveyed agreed that the CM-100 substation hardened communication consolidators fill the gap in substation communications. These utilities have agreed to install and test the CM-100 with intent to purchase if the unit meets certain specifications and operational requirements. Conolog announced it plans to commence deliveries of the CM-100 Direct Substation Communicator, the first of its type in direct communication between substations, by November 2005.
President of Conolog Marc Benou stated, “We believe the hardwired CM-100 will allow our existing products, including the PDR-2000, to operate seamlessly over fiber optics together with existing substation equipment.”
Benou concluded, “This is a new product for the electric industry that fills a substantial market void unaddressed to date. The survey clearly demonstrates the need for the CM-100 and defined the specification for the equipment. Conolog plans to start deliveries of the CM-100 by year-end.”
Conolog systems continue to demonstrate the global applications of our products, ease of installation and our commitment to low maintenance and long- term reliability.
About Conolog Corporation
Conolog Corporation is a provider of digital signal processing and digital security solutions to electric utilities worldwide. The Company designs and manufactures electromagnetic products to the military and provides engineering and design services to a variety of industries, government organizations and public utilities nationwide. The Company’s INIVEN division manufactures a line of digital signal processing systems, including transmitters, receivers and multiplexers.