Monitoring system

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With the use of a remote-control system for the package and the possibility to monitor its performance during daylight hours, it becomes feasible to manage and command the package from a centralized control center. Consequently, there is no longer a requirement for an on-site operator to physically visit and oversee its operations.

Furthermore, by closely monitoring the package’s performance at the control center, any deviations and changes in its characteristics can be identified, allowing prompt action to be taken in order to prevent potential problems. It should be emphasized that in case of any possible package failure, the control center’s experts are able to rectify the problems through the utilization of cameras and effective communication channels. They can provide the necessary instructions to trained operators, enabling them to resolve the issues effectively.


Here are the benefits of using a remote control:


  • Developing a framework for the sustainable management of water resources and consumption
  • Achieving equilibrium between resource availability and consumption
  • Implementing integrated planning and management strategies for expenses of different parts
  • Emphasizing control over water consumption in agriculture and the drinking sector
  • Exploring the potential for large-scale planning of water and energy consumption
  • Implementing effective water demand management practices
  • Centralized control of an area
  • Formulating strategic policies
  • Drafting laws, regulations, and new standards to promote optimal resource utilization


Diagram of system changes in monitoring


Modifications implemented in pump performance, frequencies, and pressure standards are visualized through a graph accessible from the company’s control center and on the devices’ monitor. The display remains visible even in the presence of any associated alarms.


Monitoring System Capabilities:

  1. Monitoring and controlling unusual pressure drops in main power lines.
  2. Maintaining constant output line pressure during minimum and maximum consumption.
  3. Supplying voltage drops.
  4. Controlling connection leakage.
  5. Monitoring electric motor overheating.
  6. Checking the correct operation of valves.
  7. Preventing devices from running dry.
  8. Automatically monitoring and reporting the working status of devices.
  9. Removing the need for a resident operator. /on-site operator
  10. Monitoring energy consumption at different times of the day and night.
  11. Controlling the volume of pumped water on an hourly and daily basis.
  12. Generating output files in various formats.
  13. Storing information in standard databases and other required formats.
  14. Transmitting comprehensive and partial system status to control center.
  15. Enabling system control from anywhere in the world.
  16. Possibility of online information transfer to reference centers.
  17. Monitoring electric motor overheating.
  18. Checking the correct operation of valves.
  19. Preventing devices from running dry.
  20. Ensuring equal circulation of workload among devices.

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