This customer was faced with an interesting challenge at an environmental cleanup site. A pump was needed to pull water at a variable rate from a deep well in a very remote location. Due to the unique circumstances of this project, modern remote communication technologies were not an option. Our team was able to help our customer engineer a solution that uses a data radio modem to control the variable frequency drive (VFD) and submersible pump. After acquiring the required FCC license to operate the transmitter, this system can now be controlled from a base station far from the well. The project has gone so well so far that additional systems are now in planning for future installation.
- SCE VFD vented enclosure with optional mounting feet or straps (max 65″x36″x16″)
- UL 489 main breaker
- TECO EQ7 VFD 25 HP
- Line reactor
- 7.5 KVA NEMA 3R transformer
- EATON UL489 secondary breakers
- Scadaflex II PLC
- Raveon VHF radio with antenna
- quid level switch GEMS LS750
- Level transmitter for well
- GFCI outlets
- 30MM pilot devices
All components listed above were placed in a single vented enclosure except for an externally mounted transformer. Completed panel was tested and UL stamped before shipment.
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