Water & Wastewater Applications

Powerful alarm dialer capability

  • Receive notifications via text, email, or voice
  • Integrates with existing SCADA systems, Modbus TCP/IP or utilize hardwired inputs
  • Customizable shifts schedules, contact lists, alarm escalation, acknowledgments

Receive real-time data

  • View on a web browser or smartphone app, with the ability to adjust setpoints and other settings
  • Variety of data options: hard-wired analog/digital inputs, Modbus TCP/IP, SCADA integration, MQTT publish/subscribe, VPN tunneling

Data collection, reporting, and logging

  • Accumulators and counters for runtime and start data
  • Receive daily reports via emailing with data such as runtimes, start/stops, levels, flow etc.
  • Use SCADADroid as a gateway to access on-site network
  • View data in realtime on a web browser or smartphone apps
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The functionality with the SCADADroid® R2+ makes it ideal for wet well lift station monitoring. As a stand-alone alarm dialer, it can be utilized to monitor pump statuses, pump faults, high-level switches and levels. For applications with existing SCADA systems, the SCADADroid® R2+ can be supplementary as a low-cost monitoring and remote access device. The integral cellular modem makes it very cost-effective with the capability to integrate into large multi-pump stations where it can not only act as an on-site alarm dialer but provide a backup communications path to SCADA systems utilizing licensed or spread spectrum radios for primary communications.


Take Control

MQTT publisher function can alert users to process changes in level, flow, runtime, starts, and more… right on your mobile device

  • MQTT subscribe function allows users to change values such as setpoints remotely
  • SCADADroid®’s reporting function lets you receive data files by email of the previous day’s activity including pump runtimes, pump starts, and level reading. Resolution for reporting is 1-minute intervals
  • Use the optional Modbus to connect to PLCs, VFDs, analyzers or other Modbus enabled devices

This application is just one possibility of balancing multiple inputs for more versatile remote monitoring, operation, and reporting.


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SCADADroid® Modbus Configuration – Modbus Write

  • SCADADroid® Modbus Configuration – Setting Up Modbus

  • SCADADroid® Smartphone App – Using the app

  • SCADADroid® Smartphone App – App overview

  • SCADADroid® MQTT Setup – Adding MQTT Broker

  • SCADADroid® MQTT Setup – MQTT Publish

  • SCADADroid® Remote Access VPN – Accessing HMI

  • SCADADroid® Remote Access VPN – Setting up VPN

  • SCADADroid® Remote Access VPN – Port Forwarding

  • SCADADroid® L2TP/IPsec Setup – Android L2TP Setup

  • SCADADroid® L2TP/IPsec Setup – Windows 10 L2TP/IPsec Setup

  • SCADADroid® L2TP/IPsec Setup – Windows 7 L2TP/IPsec Setup

  • SCADADroid® L2TP/IPsec Setup – Accessing HMI

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Periodic Notifications

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Modbus Write

  • SCADADroid® Setup – MQTT Publish

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Configuring Reports

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Adding Tags

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Adding MQTT Broker

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Set up MODBUS

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Install License

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Digital Input Configuration

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Adding Contacts

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Work Shifts

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Testing Alerts

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Set up Email Accounts

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Set up VPN

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Port Forwarding

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Setting up Internet Route

  • SCADADroid® Setup – Connecting to ScadaDroid

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