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ABS Pump Controllers - PC 2112-pump controller - PC 242Advanced 2-pump controller - PCxAdvanced modular equipment controller - PC 441Advanced 4-pump controller.

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1 ABS Pump Controllers - PC 2112-pump controller - PC 242Advanced 2-pump controller - PCxAdvanced modular equipment controller - PC 441Advanced 4-pump controller

2 ABS Advanced Modular Pump Controller PC 441 Control and monitoring for up to 4 pumps and the rest of the equipment in the station

3 Application areas  Network pumping stations  Terminal pumping stations

4 Benefits  Quick and easy to install, set-up and operate  Many control functions to reduce number of service visits  Many control functions to reduce energy consumption  Complete surveillance of pumps and station  Robust and reliable hardware & software

5 Benefits  Modular pump controller for up to 4 pumps  Basically the same control functions as in PC 242 but for up to 4-pumps  Can run and control the station without an operator interface  Set-up wizard  Advanced pump capacity calculation  16 Digital inputs, 8 Digital outputs, 5 Analogue inputs and 2 Analogue outputs  Can be fitted with pump monitoring units

6 How it works PC441 Pump Controller Com port for Laptop connection Power indication Internal bus indication 5 Analogue inputs 8 Digital outputs 2 Analogue outputs Internal Bus Com port for Modem connection 16 Digital inputs Power connection Alarm indication

7 How it works CA511 Graphical operator interface Alarm indication Power indication Menu navigation buttons Graphical Display Display menu buttons Alpha/Numeric Keyboard

8 How it works CA441 Di monitoring module One unit for up to 4-pumps or one module per pump: 4 Di4 Di 0 DoNot available 0 AiNot available Dimension: 35x82 mm Digital input voltage: 5–24 VDC Leakage sensor: Limit: 50 kohm

9 How it works CA442 Temp. monitoring module One unit for up to 4-pumps or one module per pump: 4 Di/Ai4 Klixon/PTC/Pt100 0 DoNot available When one unit is used per pump, the Ain 4 can be used to connect a vibration sensor via 4-20 mA Dimension:35x82 mm Digital in voltage: 5–24 VDC Digital in Resistance:5 kohm PTC limit: 3 kohm Analogue in resolution: 10 bits

10 How it works CA443 Pump and Supply monitoring module One module per pump: 6 Ai3 Voltage inputs 3 Current inputs 0 Di Not available 0 Do Not available Dimension:69x82 mm Voltage 3 phase:0-400 VAC Current 3-phase:0-5 AC Measured and calculated parameters: - Voltage 3 phase - Current 3-phase - Energy consumption - Cos phi - Over/under voltage - Phase unbalance/loss - Wrong rotation - Frequency readout (nice to have)

11 How it works System overview CA511 Operator interface PC441 Pump Controller CAN-Bus for Internal communication

12 How it works System overview, standard alarm monitoring CA511 Operator interface PC441 Pump Controller CAN-Bus for Internal communication CA441 DI monitoring module (4 inputs) CA442 Temp. monitoring module (4 inputs)

13 How it works System overview, standard alarm monitoring incl. Amp and Voltage CA511 Operator interface PC441 Pump Controller CA441 DI monitoring module (4 inputs) CAN-Bus for Internal communication CA442 Temp. monitoring module (4 inputs) CA443 Voltage, current and power monitoring of 3 phases

14 How it works System overview, advanced monitoring of DI, temp. amp. and voltage per pump CA511 Operator interface PC441 Pump Controller CA441 DI monitoring module (4 inputs) CAN-Bus for Internal communication CA442 Temp. monitoring module (4 inputs) CA443 Voltage, current and power monitoring of 3 phases

15 How it works Mounting

16 How it works Level sensing by hydrostatic level sensor HSC2 HSR + Long cleaning/maintenance intervals + Easy setting of start & stop points

17 How it works Starting of Pumps & Mixer Voltage output from PC441 DOL Y/D Soft Starter

18 How it works User interface + Easy to use without prior training + Full picture of station status at a glance  View Status Of Station & Pumps  Change Settings  Manual Control Of Pumps  View & Acknowledge Alarms

19 How it works Pump control Individual start & stop levels with delays +Optimal setting for each type of pump pit +Avoid water hammer +Save hydraulic & electrical network P1P2 Stop P1 & P2 Common or separate Start P1 Start P2

20 How it works Pump control Random start levels +Avoid fat build-up +Reduce smell +Prolong life of station and its components P1P2 Stop P1 & P2 Common or separate Start P1 Start P2

21 How it works Pump control Ratio starting (Running hours spread with ratio between pumps e.g. 9 to 1) +Jog run of spare pump +Spare pump in good condition when main pump breaks +Pump that has a tendency to block can run more often P1P2 Stop P1 & P2 Common or separate Start P1 Start P2

22 How it works Pump control Exercise run +Avoid pumps clogging if unused for long time +Avoid unnecessary damage to lip seals etc if pumps are unused for a long time P1P2 Stop P1 & P2 Common or separate Start P1 Start P2

23 How it works Pump control Tariff control +Lower energy costs +Empty pump station before “rush hours” +More even flow to treatment plant P1P2 Stop P1 & P2 Common or separate Start P1 Start P2

24 How it works Pump control Start/stop on inflow rate change +Avoid flooding +Avoid peak flow to the treatment plant P1P2 Stop P1 & P2 Common or separate Start P1 Start P2 Start on m/min level change Stop on m/min level change

25 P1P2 How it works Mixer Control + Reduced need for cleaning by tankering truck + Reduce risk of blockage (Distribute solids pumping over the pumping period) + Reduce smell + Reduce forming of corrosive and toxic gases (Hydrogen Sulphide H²S) + Saving energy compared to other methods

26 How it works Mixer Control Level in Mixer running window + Maintain mixing with energy saving P1P2 Stop P1 & P2 Start P1 Start P2 Mixer running window No Pump is runningInterval running of Mixer

27 How it works Mixer Control Level above Mixer running window + Avoid wasting energy due to large volume P1P2 Stop P1 & P2 Start P1 Start P2 No Pump is runningMixer stopped Mixer running window

28 How it works Mixer Control Level in Mixer running window + Max mixing during pumping P1P2 Stop P1 & P2 Start P1 Start P2 Pump runningMixer running window

29 How it works Mixer Control Level below Mixer running window + Avoid pump cavitation at low level P1P2 Stop P1 & P2 Start P1 Start P2 Level below Mixer running window Pump runningMixer stopped Mixer running window

30 How it works Pump Surveillance +Protect winding insulation from melting Bi-metal (klixon), PTC or Pt100 sensors Pump overheat protection

31 How it works Pump Surveillance +Early warning of moisture accumulation in inspection chamber of motor & indication if mechanical seal change needed, before pump gets damaged Conductive measurement of moisture or change of resistance in oil, when water is penetrating through damaged seals Ω Pump leakage indication (DI)

32 How it works Pump Surveillance +Protect pump from being damaged VoltageCurrent cos φ VoltageCurrent cos φ Water Dry run Pump dry run protection

33 Nominal current Overload Measuring of motor current Emulation of motor protection relay in software How it works Pump Surveillance Remote reset from AquaWeb Reset Motor protector Pump overload protection

34 How it works Pump Surveillance Motor Current + Get start confirmation + Amp-meter not needed in panel + Protect pump from over current + Dry run protection 4-20 mA dc L1 L2 L A ac

35 How it works Pump Surveillance Pump capacity +Avoid wasting energy using pumps with degraded efficiency +Service pump before breakdown +Service can be planned to be performed at normal working hours +No external flow meter required l/s kWh m3 €/m3

36 How it works Station Surveillance High float + Get alarm if level sensor or pumps fails + Check level sensor OK + Back-up run of pump(s)

37 How it works Station Surveillance Overflow + Report to authorities + Collect data for planning of maintenance & upgrading

38 How it works Station Surveillance Indication from door or light Local sound notification after delay to reset If no reset, alarm is sent to central server AquaWeb Man on site Hold alarms at visit + Increased safety + Notification of intrusion

39 How it works Station Surveillance Outflow Inflow Inflow & outflow calculation +Collect data for planning of maintenance & upgrading P1P2 Stop P1 & P2 Common or separate Start P1 Start P2

40 How it works Station Surveillance Energy +Collect data for planning of maintenance & upgrading

41 How it works Station Surveillance Rain +Collect data for planning of maintenance & upgrading +Have proof for abnormal rain intensity

42 How it works Logging Type of log data Daily data AnalogueDigital Pump run hours LevelPump on/off Pump starts InflowMixer on/off Pumped volume OutflowHigh float Overflow volume Pump capacityetc Overflow timeetc +Collect data for planning of maintenance & upgrading

43 How it works Transfer of logged values to Central Server GPRS AquaWeb +Central storage of logged values +Data to base investments & upgrading decisions on

44 How it works Alarm Logging +Local storage of alarm history P1 M-PROTBON :23:00 P2 M-PROTBON :48:00 HIGH FLOATAON :01:00 HIGH FLOATAACK :03:00 P1 M-PROTBACK :03:00 P2 M-PROTBACK :03:00 P1 M-PROTBOFF :04:00 P2 M-PROTBOFF :04:00 HIGH FLOATAOFF :11:00

45 How it works Alarm transfer direct to operaters mobile Alarm to Mobile or Central Server SMS alarm + Faster alarm response

46 How it works Alarm transfer to AquaWeb +Faster alarm response +Central storage of alarms for audits GPRS AquaWeb

47 Summary  Designed for use in municipal wastewater pumping networks and to give optimum functionality in each type of standard pumping station.  All ABS long experience of how to run and maintain a pumping station to obtain the lowest possible Life Cycle Cost is integrated in the controller functionality.


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