For remote monitoring and control of your water systems
HyperTAC II Software
We have more than two decades of experience and success providing operationally-oriented radio telemetry SCADA systems using HyperTAC II.
In addition to providing new systems, we also offer a software solution to allow existing Motorola Intrac 2000 users to protect their investment while upgrading economically.
Every system setting and control can be accessed via a graphical user interface. No programming necessary. This easy-to-use software allows multiple users to control and monitor the system at the same time. True multitasking!
Host to Multi-Point and Point-to-Point
SCADA systems can be easily designed to fit your needs. With a host to multi-point system, a central host computer can transmit and receive data with multiple remote sites. Also, with the ability to relay data, each remote terminal unit (RTU) can be used in a point to point system, allowing a large area to be covered with less hardware.
Includes Standard Reports
Detailed station, flow, pump and other reports are all included with our standard system. Viewing of reports, such as pump performance, can allow problems to be diagnosed well before a failure occurs.
Unsurpassed Warranty and Support
We provide a 3-year warranty on our systems. This warranty even includes damage due to lightening! You can take advantage of our free, 24-hour telephone support and on-site system training. Also, we provide free software upgrades for the life of the system, assuring that you are never left behind.
Browse (scroll left or right) the list below to see some of what we've accomplished for our customers. Chances are you will find that we've provided a SCADA solution similar to your current needs. Of course if your SCADA application is unique, we can develop a solution that's a perfect fit.
Elevated Storage Tank Automation
SCADA Systems are often used to maintain water storage tank levels with offsite well pump stations. The SCADA system we installed monitors and controls the water level in the elevated storage tank, provides tank level control from several offsite well pump stations, allows operators to specify set-points, displays graphical representations of the tank and the system, provides alarm features, and generates trending and historical data.
The system is programmed to start and stop well pumps based on operator-adjustable tank level set-points. The pressure transmitter continuously measures a tank level variable and transmits a 4-20 mA signal representing the level to the local RTU.
RTUs were installed at each offsite Well location. For each given well pump, there is a start and stop command based on tank level and an alternation scheme. The system monitors the tank level and controls pumps according to the set-points. If the tank level drops, the system activates a pump, monitors the levels, and stops the pump. It also monitors for potential pump failures or failure conditions, and keeps track of the pump usage for allotment purposes. Operator override pump control and pump disable is permitted.