FCS Displays Leak Monitoring and Pressure Control Technology at ACE 2016

PermaNet+ and Pegasus+ provide enhanced control of water distribution networks

Milford, OH (May 11, 2016) – Water and energy management expert FCS will feature its PermaNet+ and Pegasus+ water network monitors at ACE 2016 Exposition, booth 1308. The show will be held at the McCormick Place West convention center (Chicago, Ill.) from June 20-22.

The Permanet+ provides remote monitoring and correlation of leaks in water distribution networks. Acoustic sensors attach magnetically to water pipelines, “listen” for leak noise, and use existing cellular networks to transfer findings to the cloud, with no need for additional repeating infrastructure. Utility personnel can then analyze leak noise audio and eliminate false positives from the office, conserving fuel and man-hours on site visits. As part of the FCS OmniColl remote asset monitoring platform, PermaNet+ displays the reported leak data on a geographical overlay and exports the data for immediate remote correlation with one click.

Pegasus+ allows detailed, multi-point control for pressure reducing valves (PRVs) without a flowmeter. The controller analyzes data from up to three critical points (CPs) to automatically adapt to network changes and events, controlling PRV output pressure to maintain CP targets defined in terms of time, flow or a combination of the two. A latching solenoid enables valves to be fully opened or closed in emergency settings. Pegasus+ can provide control over a network from any web-enabled device.

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