Home > Applications of Conlab's Scada telemetry and wireless control systems

Applications of Conlab's Scada telemetry and wireless control systems

Supplier News
article image Conlab’s Scada telemetry and wireless systems have been deployed in water treatment plants, mine sites, car manufacturing plants, pharmaceutical plants, power stations and large scale irrigation control systems

Conlab Pty Ltd has been delivering customised or integrated professional solutions to its customers in Australia and New Zealand since 1988.

Specializing in software and hardware licensing tools, wireless radio modems and wireless sensors and web based telemetry  and Scada systems, Conlab has supplied software and hardware licensing tools to a large number of software developers and software vendors. Thanks to these licensing tools, developers are able to secure their intellectual property and protect their software from software hackers.

Conlab’s Scada telemetry and wireless systems have been deployed in water treatment plants, mine sites, car manufacturing plants, pharmaceutical plants, power stations and large scale irrigation control systems throughout Australia and New Zealand.

An example of these applications are the TBOX LP300 wireless low power RTU controllers installed in Swanport, Tasmania. These RTU power controllers are installed off shore for remote water quality monitoring of salinity, temperature, ambient temperature, weather conditions, etc. . Remote users connect to the TBOX via the Internet.

Also,  low power controllers have been installed for wide area wireless irrigation control I in Victoria, Australia.  In this case, multiple pumps are controlled based on pressure demand and scheduled irrigation programs. The controllers also monitor local 'micro climate' conditions and calculate total water consumption. generating reports, weather and alarm conditions. Graphical HMI enable authorised users to simply interface with the system.

Finally, the TBOXms remote process monitoring systems currently being used in Melbourne Australia & Woolverhampton UK , monitor refrigeration systems including multiple temperature, ammonia and pressure sensors thanks to advanced mathematical calculations. Operators HMI interface is based on HTML graphics while authorised local or remote users may access the data over the internet using a standard browser.

Newsletter sign-up

The latest products and news delivered to your inbox