Remote System Monitoring Equipment Design, Installation, and Repair Services by BCE

Thanks to BCE remote monitoring, you no longer need to be physically present at the equipment or the local control panel to monitor the functions, adjust the settings or be alerted to problems.  A remote monitoring system uses high-speed transmitters connected to a modem having its own static IP address.  Data is transferred to a web-based application and transmitted between computer locations by means of a gateway.  BCE remote monitoring system is a particularly attractive option for installations containing multiple units or a large amount of auxiliary equipment.

The following are some of the key benefits you can experience with a BCE remote monitoring system:

  • Monitor dozens of baghouses or other pollution control equipment simultaneously.
  • Records critical data in real time, such as pressure drop, compressed air pressure, unit temperature, unit pressure (or vacuum), dust emissions, air flow, and pulse on-and-off times.  Also records operations of auxiliaries such as dampers, fans and material discharge equipment.
  • Data is synchronized with the plant and all remote operators.
  • Data is stored as hourly or daily averages and is completely downloadable for a comprehensive operating history.
  • Receive alarm e-mail for any malfunction or operation outside of preset parameters.
  • Receive service alerts for items requiring regular maintenance.
  • Change set points from a remote location.
  • If a problem should occur, automatic diagnostics locates the precise unit and item causing the fault.
  • Automatically optimizes pulse cleaning, resulting in lower compressed air consumption, long bag life and lower emissions.

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