As everyone knows, scientific academic center of the University of Latvia has recently been put into operation, which currently is one of the most modern buildings in the Baltic States. We also had a hand in the creation of this center, we developed and installed the automation irrigation systems for pumps.
Our management system is designed to provide safe and cost-effective pressure maintenance. The system operates using only Emerson drive and pressure sensor. Our developed program calculates how fast the pump must rotate to maintain the necessary pressure. This means that the pump isn't switching on / off, but will rotate at a predetermined speed while maintaining a constant, preset pressure in the system. At the same time, if the water flow drops to a minimum, the pump will slowly stop (without creating a water hammer, which are the main cause of damage to the pipeline). By lowering the pressure, the pump will turn on again.
Capability of this smoke fan control system is 5.5kW fan. Sensor measures air rarity in pipes and consequently regulate the speed. If fan stops, it's notified by inductive sensor, which measures the fan speed, begins to blink at the top of switchgear installed red warning light. This solution takes fuller combustion by reducing the quantity of fuel used, and reduces the amount of electricity wasted by the fan operation.
The system is designed to manage large pellet burners, to ensure efficient combustion with the least power consumption. For monitoring system integrated multiple temperature sensors and air pressure sensors. Based on the data sent by these sensors, the system calculates the required amount of fuel and air supply, which is precisely controlled, it operates using Emerson drives, and our developed algorithm.