Genset remote monitoring software takes the phrase ‘keeping your eye on the ball” to a whole new level. Now it becomes the ‘virtual eye” which allows you to watch and monitor your generators online when physical on-site visits are not possible.
We have all had the experience of utility power failures, hence the use of commercial standby power generators. They conveniently provide backup power to many types of small, medium and large enterprises. With remote monitoring software on your emergency generator, it interfaces into the generator control panel. Since the software is a cloud-based system, it gives the operator the capability in real time to monitoring and manage the generator.
The remote monitoring system is connected directly to the operator giving them a complete overview of the generators status and any alarms or faults all from one screen accessible via desktop, tablet or cell phone. Real time health and system operation is now visible in real time.
The set up varies a great deal on the scale of your operation, as all dashboards and parameters can be personalised to your particular business. When choosing a remote monitoring system, the generator system designer must consider certain control variables such as the generator control panel, the communications interface modules, telephone networks, modems, computers or PC’s and the generator system itself.
So what do we do for you?
- Assess your business and come up with a solution for all your remote control requirements.
- Install the system on all stand by generators (Multiple sites can be monitored on the same hosted site.) For example multiple standby generator sites can be monitored simultaneously in real time. As they are moved around the GPS location is identified on a map. Such parameters such as diesel levels, run time etc. are monitored in real time.
- Set up and configure the remote monitoring system, integrating your needs on to the user dashboard.
We take the complexities out of the system set up and provide our clients with a complete solution. Remote wireless monitoring allows the customer to observe the generator function, set certain operation parameters, and receive maintenance reminders at a distance from the generator system 24 hours a day, seven days a week.