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O-Pump | Automated Wireless Water Distribution System (English)

O-pump is an automated wireless system for water distribution networks developed by Liwa Engineering. It features a special software-algorithm, which prolongs service life of motor and pump, minimizes maintenance costs, prevents overflows in the depots, minimizes the need for personnel and allows you to work interruption-free and efficiently. It was developed by using high-quality products of leading brand manufacturers of the industry.
The system can be configured either as a point-to-point or as a multi-point system. Depending on the topology of the system, these units can either communicate all with each other, or only each of them with the center.

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O-Pump | Automated Wireless Water Distribution System (English)

  1. 1.  No need for personnel on pump and depot side  An uninterrupted and balanced water-flow is guaranteed  Overflows in the depots are prevented  Dry running of the pumps is prevented  Unnecessary operation and thus energy consumption is prevented  Operating motors independently on the time of the day ensures energy savings  Life time of pumps and motors is increased and maintenance costs are reduced  Malfunctions are detected immediately and remedied by remote maintenance  The entire system with all its functions can be monitored and controlled via computer or smartphones. Malfunctions like power blackouts, thermal tripping, air trappings are communicated over a message to the smartphone.
  2. 2.  Operation of the system is monitored remotely in real time and can be controlled remotely  High-performance communication-infrastructure provides uninterrupted efficiency  Problems and restrictions of RF antenna systems are eliminated  Repeaters, antennas, masts, antenna settings, etc. become needless  Costs incurred due to long distances are minimized  Power Blackouts are reported in order to take measures  Thermal tripping of the pumps are reported  Air trappings are detected via special equipment, pumps are stopped, automatically vented and a message is triggered via e-mail.  Pumps are automatically throttled during times where electricity rates are highest, for example between 5.00 and 10.00 p.m., and thus energy is saved. (These times may change depending on the tariff.)