Extreme Cold and Pressure Sensors During extremely cold temperatures, it is important to keep in mind that the pressure sensing devices in your system — and the tubing that feeds them — should be prevented from freezing.  These devices include pressure transducers, pressure switches, and pressure gauges. If the water in the sensor or sensing line freezes, the expanding Read More →

One of the most compelling features of the Navionics Research SCADA System is its robust remote access capability — it’s ability to connect the Water Operator with the SCADA System so that he/she may check on the status of the water treatment and distribution system, review alarms, and make operational adjustments.  The dawn of the Smart Phones Read More →

The Sensaphone Model 400 is a telephone alarm dialer device that is capable of calling out (with a computer-generated voice) to one or more (up to four) telephone numbers to annunciate an alarm condition, as signaled by discrete contact inputs. The Model 400 features four (4) input channels, plus integral power monitoring. Channel #1 is pre-configured by default Read More →

A water utility SCADA system contains a wealth of historical data — data which is often needed for the completion of monthly EPA reports.  Historically, these reports are prepared by hand with pen-and-paper — or by manually typing values into a computer form document.  However, this article details a vastly-improved, semi-automated method of report generation in which the SCADA system Read More →