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Water/Wastewater Solutions

GATEWAYS | IN-CHASSIS | WIRELESS | REMOTE ACCESS

Water Wastewater process overview

Legacy Control System Updates

  • By updating your PLCs, Drives, & HMIs or DCSs in phases, you can modernize on your timetable
  • Modernization solutions that allow your new controller to control existing I/O are available




DH+ & RIO, Modernization Solutions

Legacy PLC & DCS, Modernization Solutions

Remote Access

  • Reduce your travel support budget and related maintenance costs by deploying remote access solutions
  • Wireless remote cellular access can even allow your PLC to send and receive SMS messages based on process events
  • The cloud-native platform ProSoft Connect™ allows you to monitor and troubleshoot your remote equipment from anywhere you have an Internet connection



ProSoft Connect

Wireless Solutions

Wireless I/O: Get data automatically from remote locations such as tanks or lift stations, without having to deal with permits, trenching, running conduit, or pulling wires.

Radiating cable: Can be used in applications involving rotating equipment as a slip-ring replacement to ensure clear communications.

  • Secure wireless solutions can be used to gather information from multiple points and integrate the data directly into your PAC
  • Frequency Hopping Ethernet radios are ideal for long-distance applications like pump station monitoring
  • Wireless solutions supporting video surveillance are also available for applications where security is a high priority



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Energy Efficiency

  • With so many motors utilized across your operation, you need to ensure energy is being used efficiently so you can meet financial and sustainability objectives
  • Use an in-chassis or gateway solution to collect data from your equipment and send it directly to your controller. There, you can analyze usage and control it to achieve cost and energy savings

Intelligent Motor Control Centers

  • Your IMCC controls a variety of motors across your operation, including pumping stations for water applications, lift stations for wastewater operations, blowing motors, flow meters, reservoirs, and storage tanks
  • With your equipment likely utilizing a variety of protocols, ProSoft’s solutions can fit right into your existing infrastructure to help facilitate communications

Solutions For:

Modbus | Modbus TCP/IP | EtherNet/IP | DNP3 | DNP over Ethernet | PROFINET | PROFIBUS | DF1



Gateways

Gateways

Wireless

Wireless



Rockwell In-Chassis

Rockwell In-Chassis

Schneider Electric In-Chassis

Schneider Electric In-Chassis

Success Stories

Failure Is Not An Option

ProSoft Technology’s PROFIBUS Modules and Industrial Radios allow critical data to be transmitted from ControlLogix PACs at Flood Defense System.

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Automation System Renews Wastewater Treatment Plant in Finland

We tend to think about it only when disturbances occur, but wastewater treatment is a basic public service that affects all of us: it is vital to keep our living environment hygienic and healthy and our watercourses clean.

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Changi Water Reclamation Plant Fit for the Next Century

With a pumping station that is 25 stories tall, the Changi Water Reclamation Plant, located on the diamond-shaped island of Singapore

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Water Flows in Iraq

In Badaah, Iraq, David Watts is putting the finishing touches on his work in the Nasiriyah Water Treatment Plant which has been his home away from home for the last eight weeks.

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Veolia Water Solutions & Technology gains improved communications

Veolia Water Solutions & Technology is the world leader in engineering, building, and managing water treatment plants.

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Gateway helps monitor Italian water treatment plants

Four water treatment plants sit in the Milan area, part of northern Italy. Novus s.r.l., a company that specializes in water treatment technology and a service center for a Canadian UV system manufacturer, needed to oversee the control of the plants’ water treatment sensors

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