Options for remote monitoring and control of small drinking water facilities

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Battelle Press , Columbus, Ohio
Waterworks -- Automation., Water treatment plants -- Automation., Information storage and retrieval systems -- Water-su
StatementAlbert J. Pollack ... [et al.].
ContributionsPollack, Albert J., 1949-
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LC ClassificationsTD487 .O68 1999, TD487 .O68 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 302 p. :
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Open LibraryOL18137923M
ISBN 101574770721
LC Control Number99014431

Options for Remote Monitoring and Control of Small Drinking Water Facilities by Abraham S. Chen, Albert J. Pollack, Roy C. Haught This book provides information to select, design, and implement remote telemetry supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems for use with various water treatment systems.

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Remote water tanks have, for hundreds of years, been checked by staff riding or driving to the tank location to check if there is water available for livestock to drink.

With an automated tank monitoring system, the need to visit each tank to check the water. A suite of control panels located in the water treatment plant building houses all the equipment necessary for the fully automatic control, monitoring and alarm annunciation functions of the plant, and manual control facilities for maintenance and commissioning.

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