What is Telegauge?

Telegauge is an end-to-end monitoring and trending system that communicates with a wide range of devices, meters, and equipment, providing data locally or over internet in a format easy to use for facility managers, technicians and system operators via any web connection extending to today’s technology of mobile devices. Telegauge is SaaS, which allows for data and screens to be available in the cloud.

There are three main configurations available:

  Online-only Client/Server Custom
  A cloud-hosted installation, which has no access to any hardware, but useful for gathering data from the many web APIs other companies provide. One device inside your network, and another hosted in the cloud, with a secure, encrypted connection between the two. This is the most popular option. Have a unique requirement or protocol? Contact us and we can talk. We control the whole stack, from data collection to display, so Telegauge can be very flexible.
Data Storage 1 Month Unlimited 1 Year 1
Data Backup None Offsite Internal
View Anywhere YES YES variable
Notifications YES YES variable
Reports no YES variable
Tech Support Included Included Included
Uptime Monitoring 2 no YES variable
  1. Depends on the amount of data, and the size of the storage device.
  2. Telegauge.com will remotely monitor your telegauge installation, and our staff will get notified if there is a service interuption and fix it. (Telegauge.com uses Telegauge itslef to monitor other Telegauge installation).

Real Time Data

See the current state of your facility all the time.

Offsite Access & Backup

Data is stored offsite. Even if your facility is offline, your data isn't.


Get alerted via SMS or Email for any conditions you want.


Export your data to manipulate and analyze it any way you want.

How's it work?

Telegauge talks to your facility devices, and data is continually gathered and collected in a database.

Using a browser, data from the database is rendered with a large variety of visualization widgets, such as gauges, charts and trends, plus dozens of others. Since Telegauge runs in any HTML5 compliant browser, it is viewable on a wide variety of screens, from large 60" touchpanel displays mounted on your operations center wall, to the phone in your pocket.

Telegauge speaks many languages (protocols). MODBUS is a very common protocol used in the industry, though we've created protocols for our clients for a variety of devices, including Ethernet/IP, Wunderground.com and even Fitbit!

Who's it for?

Telegauge is geared toward facility owners and facility maintainers, who require and up-to-the-minute snapshot of facility health, or detailed historical data. With enough data, predictive maintenance may occur by responding to downward trends in performance. Telegauge can generate reports, automatically send alarm notifications, and always backs up its data. Some of our installations have data going back to 2009. Would you like to own such a historical archive?

Generators, Water Treatment, Wind Turbines, Solar Arrays, Utility Feed, Environmentals.


Telegauge provides dozens of different widget types. From tables and gauges to pipes and electrical flow diagrams


Realistic circular gauge, with alarm levels, digital readouts, mini-historical trend and statistical data.


Any number of tags can be displayed, with each cell being "dark" when off and illuminated the appropriate alarm color when on.


Select a device and dump every tag instantly into a table, which dynamically labels each cell, and displays them in the appropriate number of columns.


Show a list of tags with alarm levels,


View historical data in a running trend.


Select a device and dump every tag instantly into a table, which dynamically labels each cell, and displays them in the appropriate number of columns.


A variety of switches, buttons, knobs and sliders allow an operator to input data, as long as the permission is granted, of course.

Pipes and Fluid

Display the state of pluming and piping, with tank, valve, heat exchangers, smoke stacks and pumps.

Electrical One Line

Dynamic bus line colors indicate powerflow, and many common symbols, such as switches and breakers, animate to indicate their state

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