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Airvac Wireless Monitoring

Airvac’s Wireless Valve Pit Monitoring System transmits valve pit data and end of line vacuum levels to a SCADA system allowing operating personnel to monitor valve pits in real time. A trend feature tracks the operation of each valve pit and notifies the operator of system imbalances.

Unique Selling Point

  • Airvac’s Wireless Monitoring System allows operating personnel to monitor each valve pit in real time
  • A trend feature tracks the operation of each valve pit and notifies the operator of system imbalances
  • The exact location of a problem can be identified
  • Pertinent data can be collected and saved to allow for analysis and adjustment if necessary

Insights

The Airvac Wireless Valve Pit Monitoring System transmits valve pit data and end of line vacuum levels to a central SCADA system, which is typically housed within the vacuum station. With this system, the operating personnel can see exactly how each valve pit is functioning in real time. In addition, all pertinent data from each valve pit is collected and saved to allow for analysis and adjustment if necessary.

A factory supplied quick wiring harness easily connects the Airvac valve to a battery powered radio transmitter. The radio transmitter is typically housed in the Airvac Air Terminal located adjacent to the valve pit. As an option, the transmitter can be housed within the pit itself by using a traffic rated composite valve pit lid. The wireless data is transmitted via a mesh system in which communication occurs from a wireless unit to other nearby wireless units with the signal ultimately transmitted to the SCADA system located at the vacuum station.

Battery conserving methods allow for the quick transmittal of signals without sacrificing battery life. The selected battery is designed to withstand the temperature fluctuations that are expected and has a useful life of 3 years.

The “trend” feature tracks the operation of each valve pit and notifies the operator of imbalances within the system. This notification allows the operator to proactively address potential problems before they occur. An additional feature is the ability to pin point a problem when it occurs. An alert will be sent to the operator and the exact location of the failure will be identified. This results in quicker operators response time, fewer homeowner disruptions and lower operation and maintenance costs.

Locations and Contact

North America

Aqseptence Group, Inc., Rochester, IN

Sales and Manufacturing Location
4217 N Old U.S. 31,
Rochester, IN 46975
USA

Tel: +1 574 223 3980

Fax: +1 574 231 7424

info.airvac@aqseptence.com

North America

Aqseptence Group, Inc., Tampa, FL

Sales Location
200 Tower Drive,
Oldsmar, FL 34677
USA

Tel: +1 813 855 6297

Fax: +1 813 855 9093

info.airvac@aqseptence.com

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