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Station Monitor

Overview

The Scout Station Monitor is a small, industrial alarm notification and remote monitoring system designed specifically to monitor, alarm and report conditions at water and wastewater stations.

It physical I/O includes 8 digital inputs, 1 relay output and 4 analog inputs.

The easy-to-use Station Monitor provides a low-cost solution to remote monitoring that is dependable and reliable - everything you want in an alarming and notification system with the same performance that you expect from an Antx product.

Unique features of the Station Monitor include local and remote programming, remote relay control, monitoring of digital and analog inputs, user programmable voice messages and internal battery backup.

The Station Monitor even calls you when it is time to replace the battery - so you will not miss those critical alarms when the power goes out. Extensive solid-state protection is provided on the power, phone and all input lines so you do not have to replace fuses in the event of power surges or lightning hits.

Monitor tank level using pressure or level sensors. These are converted into engineering units of gallons or feet and used not only for the current level but also for low and high limits for alarming.
Monitor flow from wells and distribution lines via flow meters. The instantaneous flow and totalized flow is computed. The totalized flow is recorded in a data log at the end of each day for local viewing or transfer to the web if a GSM cellular phone is attached.
Compute and record daily well and booster pump start cycles and run-times.
Alarm on well and booster pump failures.
Alarm on low distribution pressure.
Alarm on low or high tank level.
Alarm on power failure, 2- or 3-phase.
Drive local horn or light on alarm conditions.

Monitor tank level using floats or level sensors. These are converted into engineering units of gallons or feet and used not only for the current level but also for low and high limits for alarming.
Monitor influent and/or effluent flow via flow meters. The instantaneous flow and totalized flow is computed. The totalized flow is recorded in a data log at the end of each day for local viewing or transfer to the web if a GSM cellular phone is attached.
Compute and record daily pump start cycles and run-times
Alarm on excessive starts in a day.
Alarm on excessive run-time in a day.
Alarm on pump failures
Alarm on low or high tank level
Alarm on power failure, 2- or 3-phase.
Drive local horn or light on alarm conditions.

Useful features to make life easier

  • Features
    • Integral keypad
    • LCD display
    • Panel or flush mount
    • Listen-In capability
    • Event log
    • Data log
    • Motor run-times and cycles
    • Flow totalization
    • Textual channel names so you know exactly what channel is in alarm
    • Pre-programmed or user-spoken messages for unique alarm notification for each condition
    • SMS and e-mail alarm notification
  • Alarm Notification
    • Phone, cell phone or pager
    • User-recorded messages for each input
    • 8-phone numbers to call on alarm
    • Power fail alarm
    • Low battery level alarm
    • Local notification of alarm conditions
  • Remote Operations
    • Call-in for status
    • Call-in to acknowledge alarms
    • Call-in to program messages, phone numbers and channels
  • Options
    • NEMA 4X enclosure
    • Cell phone

Performance like you want it

  • Physical Characteristics
    • Pluggable connectors
    • Input power 9-12VDC at 500ma (wall-plug power supply included)
    • 12-hour internal backup battery (included)
    • Aluminum enclosure - 9.34"W x 7.22"H
    • Operating temperature - 0-70C (32-158F)
  • Programming made simple
    • All programming options are conveniently presented on the LCD display so you can select them using the keypad.
    • Options are presented one after another making it easy to setup and modify.
    • Conveniently located on the front panel are the microphone for recording and the speaker for playing back messages.
    • Historical events including all alarms, call-outs, relay controls, and acknowledgements are stored in the Event Log which can be retrieved locally or remotely.
  • Alarms being monitored
    • Dry contract or digital inputs may be monitored for on/off conditions.
    • Analog inputs may be monitored for high and/or low conditions.
    • Power failure and low battery are always monitored by the DiaLog Scout.
  • System status
    • System status can be obtained locally from the front panel, remotely over the phone or via the internet if a GSM cell phone is included.
  • Relay control
    • The relay can be automatically controlled when any individual or group of channels go into the alarm condition. It can even be activated on a high level and deactivated on a low level. Additionally, users can call-in to turn the relay on or off.