Cloud and Stand-Alone Modes
Whether connected to the InfoScan cloud or used in stand-alone mode, SCADA Vio provides the flexibility to control your equipment when, where and how you need it.
No Programming Needed
Vio is equipped with a standard lift station application configuration built right in, saving you the hassle of creating your own. The Vio’s lift station application supports up to 2 backup floats in level transducer-controlled stations, up to 5 floats in float-controlled stations, and up to 2 pumps selected using a run-time strategy. A sophisticated float monitoring algorithm detects and proactively recovers stuck floats.
Flexible and Scalable
The SCADA Vio is a unique all-in-one controller designed specifically for lift stations and pump stations and easily accommodates multiple pumps and floats. Vio is exceptionally well-suited for retrofitting older obsolete controls and easily adding SCADA monitoring capability to your lift stations.
Adapts to Existing Panel
Vio is designed for ease of installation in existing panels; from its DIN-rail mounted compact package to its removable individual terminal blocks. Line voltage inputs and outputs mean less wiring and voltage conversion making change out easier.
Features & Benefits:
- Intuitive LCD user interface with 5-button keypad.
- Rugged design features:
- All I/O electrically isolated
- Tough 18ga. steel enclosure
- 9x digital inputs
- 5x digital outputs
- Service friendly:
- AC line powered
- Battery-backed calendar and clocks
- Pluggable terminal for quick installation
- Easy installation:
- DIN-rail mounted design
- Comes configured with standard application settings
- Can be easily customized locally
- Application Parameters:
- Transducer failure mode
- Pump sequence delay
- Maximum pump off time
- Pump run time alarm
- Pump flow rate for calculating total flows
- Light, horn, and auxiliary alarm outputs supported
- Configurable alarm conditions include:
- high level/low level
- pump 1 or 2 fail start or stop
- pump 1 or 2 runtime exceeded
- float stuck and/or level transducer failure