Accessories Available for VC-D1 pump controller
Remote Control and Monitoring
The VC-D1 can be controlled and monitored via remote control from anywhere in the world. This control enables you to monitor fuel levels, saving on fueling labor by only fueling when you need to; monitor pump status, reducing service costs and facilitating preventative maintenance; and monitor overall job performance.
We can customize the way in which your pump controller is turned on or off, depending on your preferences.
- Common Digital Inputs
- Float: A floating sensor used to detect the level of liquid in a tank
- Pressure Switch: Closes an electrical contact when a certain set of fluid pressure is met
- Flow Switch: Mechanical switch that responds to the flow or non-flow of liquid
Our pumps are designed to work with different types of sensors to measure the level of liquid in the tank.
- Common Analog Sensors
- Submersible Transducer: measures liquid through the pressure on the transducer’s diaphragm, which is typically placed at the bottom of the tank
- Radar Gauge: Uses radar to gauge the levels of liquid in your tanks
- Ultrasonic Level Sensor: Uses advanced ultrasonic level measurement sensors to measure liquid
- Flow Meter: Used to measure linear, nonlinear, mass or volumetric flow rate
- Pressure Sensor: Usually acts as a transducer, generating a signal as a function of the pressure imposed
With our PH Autodialer, you can monitor PH levels to check water quality for safe discharge, monitor water treatment effectiveness, ensure you’re adhering to EPA standards, or manage irrigation.
Turbidity is measured using light refraction with our turbidity sensors. These sensors can help manage wastewater discharge and reuse. Turbidity measures can also be used to approximate total dissolved solids.
Alarming is provided by calls, emails, and/or texts. It can be done to individuals or to groups and can use escalation protocols to notify a series of people until the situation is remedied. The unit also has an optional A/V Tower add-on, providing on-site audio and visual alarming.