Storage Tank Monitoring Solutions and Pump Control
Our cloud-based Storage Tank Monitoring Solutions and Pump Controls can help monitor your tanks and control your pumps. If something is not working properly, we will let you know via alerts and notifications.
Monitor key metrics
- Storage Tank Levels
- High and Low Storage Tank Level Alerts
- Intrusion Alarm
- Pump Status, failure and Runtime hours
- Cycle counts
- Power failure & Generator status
Water Distribution Systems range from a single tank that is filled with water by a couple of well pumps, to many tanks fed by many booster stations throughout a large city. The automation also varies from a pressure switch at the tank that calls for a pump, to a sophisticated communications structure that passes information from one station to the next.
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Control your pumps and monitor your storage tanks with our solution
Many municipal water systems want to send storage tank level information to a different station. Data-Command can be a transport mechanism, sending tank information and setting level set points to wells and booster stations to turn them off and on.
Moving information between stations can be both unreliable and costly. We can securely pass information between locations cost effectively.
Sending Storage Tank information to your existing SCADA
Water Treatment systems have storage tanks and booster stations. As a result, you want to see your remote site information on your centralized on-premise SCADA system. It is for this reason, that we created a secure method of delivering this information to your plant automation platform. Having said that, we can securely deliver information to your programmable controllers through their native protocol or to your on-premise SCADA packages via OPC.
We are not only a cloud based solution, we are also a transport mechanism. Therefore, we can collect information from remotely located stations
and populate on-premise automation systems. As a result, you can view this information on your local display, utilize your local alarming, trending and reporting system.