CP700, CP820 & CP850
Three-phase implementation to replace failing SCADA system on a budget
The City of Townsend was faced with a failing SCADA system and needed to move on getting it replaced. However, just like most small municipalities, they were operating with limited funds. The infrastructure that needed to be tied in consisted of one tank, three wells, and one lift station. In working with their operations personnel, it was decided to implement a new system in phases, addressing the most critical first.
In Phase 1, a custom CP700 was designed to cover well 1 and the tank location. In Phase 2, Affordable SCADA provided two CP820s for wells 2 and 3. And in Phase 3, a CP850 will be used to handle the three-pump lift station. To ease the budget hit, the three phases were implemented over a two-year period.
Products Used – CP700, CP820 & CP850
Operator Interface – Roaming Samsung Galaxy tablet & a desktop computer at the City Shop