What You Need to Know About RTU Telemetry Design

Remote Telemetry Units (RTUs) provide the ability to monitor and control equipment over a vast distance. RTUs are microprocessor controlled devices with hardwired inputs and outputs (I/O), often connected to a radio device. The radios then wirelessly transmit and receive data from their own network providing feedback and control to the main station.  RTU network communications can also be done via cellular radio, landline telephone or Ethernet. Often employed in oil, mining, water treatment and many other industries, an RTU network brings all your equipment control together to a singular (or multiple, if required) location. A SCADA system can then be configured at a convenient location from which your operators can monitor, trend and control all your equipment.

Waste Water Automation: The Common Commodity That Everyone Needs

Waste water treatment is a necessity for all communities, allowing for the safe release of used water back into the region’s water ways. In order to safely release water it must first undergo a number of treatments for purification. This ensures that it will not harm the environment, animals or people downstream of the release. Each treatment plant will have individual processing needs in which to meet environmental safety requirements.

What You Need to Know About Motor Control Centres

Distribution systems for power, especially those that are used for large industrial and commercial applications, are highly complex. In a typical industrial electricity supply, power is distributed through transformers to ensure a specific working potential then via switchgear contained in a switchboard.   In certain situations, uninterruptable power supplies (UPS) are required and these can be in the form of either static or rotary UPS.  Static UPS consists of a battery bank and an intelligent inverter that provides a continuous supply of power in the event of a mains fail situation.

Control System Engineering

PLC and SCADA automation control systems are integrated into a vast range of industries and facilities, such as water treatment plants, power generation and distribution centres, manufacturing operations, pulp and timber mills, mining, Gas & Oil along with modern building management systems.

PLC Design

PLC automation control systems are integrated into a vast range of industries and facilities, such as water treatment plants, power generation and distribution centres, manufacturing operations, pulp and timber mills, mining, Gas & Oil along with modern building management systems.

PLC Training

A PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) is used to automate many modern manufacturing and businesses processes in a safe and efficient manner. In order to get the best performance out of a PLC device or network, it is essential that the system be engineered, installed and commissioned correctly.

SCADA Design

SCADA control systems are integrated into a vast range of industries and facilities, such as water treatment plants, power generation and distribution centres, manufacturing operations, pulp and timber mills, mining, Gas & Oil along with modern building management systems.