Press Release Summary:
Installed in customer's facility, microprocessor-based Model PMR serves as interface between equipment and Internet. Digital display shows main operating temperature as well as descriptive alarm messages, and comes with ergonomic keypad that offers access to control screens and menus. Via web, PMR enables technicians to identify problems and resolve them using features that control fan speed and monitor ambient temperature, pump pressure, flow, reservoir levels, valve, and filter pressure.
Original Press Release:
New Process Cooling Remote Monitoring to Be Displayed at NPE2012
NPE attendees can interact with user-friendly, performance-optimizing system at booth #1991
EAST DUNDEE, IL-New microprocessor-based remote monitoring control from Frigel North America will be on display at Frigel's NPE booth #1991 for attendees to see firsthand how the system makes maintenance and performance optimization easier than ever.
Convenient, user-friendly remote monitoring expands on Frigel's longtime commitment to intelligent process cooling technology. Booth visitors will have an opportunity to experience how user-friendly it is and how the control system tracks a wide array of system parameters in real time, allowing Frigel's experienced technicians to assess and resolve maintenance issues quickly while also seeking opportunities to maximize process cooling efficiency.
In the customer's facility, the remote control panel, called PMR, is installed and serves as an interface between the equipment and the Internet. The large, easy-to-read digital display shows the main operating temperature as well as descriptive alarm messages, and comes with an ergonomic keypad that offers easy access to control screens and menus. The display accommodates customers across the world by offering 10 different languages and a choice of metric or inch-pound systems.
There are two models available: PMR0 and PMR6. Via the Web, Frigel technicians can identify a problem and often resolve it using features that control and manage fan speed and monitor ambient temperature, pump pressure, flow, reservoir levels, valve and filter pressure. In addition, technicians can:
o View all events, extended fault log and the status of the cooling system.
o Access historical system trend logs for performance analysis and event trouble shooting.
o Change set-up parameters, where appropriate, to ensure the best operation of the equipment, eliminating an alarm status and restoring normal operation.
o Access real-time trend log for any main system variable for troubleshooting, support and training.
o Receive alarm notifications and system status updates via e-mail.
o Monitor and register estimated real-time energy and water consumption.
Frigel North America Contact:
Al Fosco, Regional Sales Manager
Based in Florence, Italy, Frigel Firenze SpA designs, manufactures and sells premium process cooling equipment to customers in the general plastic processing industry worldwide.