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1 DDC Datalogger Remote Telemetry/Monitoring and Web Interface
2 Typical Pumping Station (Pump Hours Run and Starts) Pump 1 Run Time (Hours) Pump 2 Run Time (Hours) Comments – From this graph you can see that the two pumps start and stop sequences. We can also work out the Hours run of the pumps. For one daily period the pump no.1 ran for 20.12Hours and pump no.2 ran for 20.18Hours respectively.
3 Typical Pump Flow Chart for a Water Booster Station (Pump Flow and Starts) Maximum Pump Flow 24.29m3 Average Pump Flow 12.77m3 Total Flow m3 (This Value is based on calculation from the graph) From this graph we can see the outlet flow of the pump and work out the maximum flow and average flow of the pump over a daily period.
4 Typical Water Booster Station (Pump Flow Vs Pump Current) Max Pump Current Amps Pump Hours Run 9.17 Hrs Max Pump Flow m3 From this graph we can see the Pump Current graph against the Pump flow. We can also work out the Maximum current, Pump total hours run and the Maximum pump flow achieved from the pump over a daily period.
5 Pressure Monitoring at a Water Booster Station (Delivery Pressure) Maximum Pump Pressure Minimum Pump Pressure 0.31 Average Pump Pressure From this graph we can see the Pump pressure while the pump is running and the drop off in pressure when the pump stops and see this gradually drop off as the pump remains stopped. We can also work out the Maximum, Minimum and Average Pump Pressure. All the points can be indicated on the graph showing the value and the date/time of the reading along the graph. This can also be enabled or disabled by the customer by clicking on the name at the bottom left of the graph required.
6 Typical Flow Graph showing a high peak value. From this graph we can see the Upstream flow for the plant over a daily period. The maximum flow recorded was at on that day as seen above. All the points can be indicated on the graph showing the value and the date/time of the reading along the graph. This can also be enabled or disabled by the customer by clicking on the name at the bottom left of the graph required.
7 Typical Waste Water Treatment Works (DO Tank Levels) mg/l Average Calculated Dissolved Oxygen Tank mg/l Average Calculated Dissolved Oxygen Tank mg/l Comments – From this graph we can see the DO Tank levels for the plant The Values in the red are the DO levels for Tank No.1 and the values in the Blue are the DO Levels for Tank No.2. As you move across the graph you can see the points individually highlighted. We have also been able to calculate the average DO Levels. Graphs can be enabled or disabled by clicking on the check boxes at the bottom left of the graph. When you enable and disable the graph you wish to view the axis on the left will automatically re-scale itself to give the best possible view.
8 Typical Waste Water Treatment Works (Tank Levels) meters. Maximum Sludge Holding Value 4.05m Minimum Sludge Holding Value 2.51m Maximum RAS WAS Level 3.26m Minimum Ferric Sulphate Level 0.39m From this graph we can see the Sludge Holding Level, Ferric Sulphate Level and the RAS WAS Level for the plant We can also work out maximum and minimum level recorded within the time frame selected. As you can see from this graph the graphs can be individually turned on and off by double clicking the correct symbols on the bottom of the graph. You can also choose to show the point values on the graph by double clicking the name of the graph. As you turn on and off the graphs they will automatically re-scale the graph and rescale the axis to give you the best possible views.
9 Typical Waste Water Treatment Works Raw Data Screens From this screen you can see the raw data for the plant. The data can be highlighted to show customers specific dates and times. The columns can be sized to suit your needs. All this data can be downloaded to an excel file on your computer where you can print the selected data out. You can scroll through dates and times for your specific needs.
10 Power Monitoring Application (Voltage vs. Current Chart) Maximum Voltage Phase A volts Minimum Voltage Phase A volts Maximum Current Phase A amps From this screen you can see the graph for the voltage over a period of time at this pumping station. We can work out the maximum and minimum voltages during this time and also work out the maximum current being consumed from the plant. As you can see from the graph we have zoomed in the values which we can then scroll through the whole time period or click on the show all button to review the whole graph.
11 Power Monitoring Application (Voltage vs. Current Chart) Power and Equipment Data Logger installed to investigate the site specifics in relation to the pump currents, flows and levels.
12 Power Monitoring Application (Voltage Chart) From this screen you can see the graph for the voltage over a period of time. We can select which graphs you wish to see and the axis will automatically scale itself to get the best fit graph. We can pinpoint particular low voltage drops and record them on the graphs.
13 Power Consumption (KWH Chart) From this graph we can see the Real power, Apparent power and the Reactive Power of this installation. This can be useful in determining the wattles power being produced on an installation.
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