Gestion à distance Grundfos

Grundfos Remote Management

Grundfos Remote Management is a cost-effective, secure and reliable way to monitor and manage pump installations from an Internet PC at a very low price.

Connecting pumps and people
With a secure and reliable remote management system, you can monitor and manage your pump systems from an Internet PC at a very low price.

Grundfos Remote Management is a cost-effective and straightforward way to monitor and manage pump installations in commercial buildings and in water supply and wastewater infrastructure. It reduces the need for onsite inspections, and in the event of an alarm or warning, the relevant people are notified directly.

Compared to mobile phone-based monitoring, the system offers a wider range of benefits and functionalities. For those who do not require remote process automation, Grundfos Remote Management is the ideal solution for monitoring and remote control as opposed to traditional SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems. Initial investment is minimal, and a fixed low fee covers data traffic, hosting costs and system support, including back-up of all data.

The communication interface (the CIU27 modem) enables data transmission via GPRS/SMS from your Grundfos pumps and controllers. The built-in multi-purpose I/O board allows you to connect sensors and switches.

Easy and cost-effective monitoring and management of critical installations
Grundfos Remote Management offers you a complete overview of your pumping systems and lets you be online with your pumps. You can monitor energy consumption, share documentation, manage service and maintenance, and maintain a flexible on-call schedule. All this is part of a highly secure network hosted from Grundfos and these services are supplied with full IT support.

Grundfos Remote Management offers many advantages for managing your critical installations:

  • Wastewater pumping stations

Monitor standard wastewater pumps, sensors and controllers of any make and model, including automatic reports of operational data.

  • Water treatment plants

Monitor flow and pressure sensors, tank levels, pumps and security alarms, including automatic reports of power consumption and operational data.

  • Mines and construction sites

Receive alarms from dewatering pumps immediately in the critical event of breakdown or malfunction.

  • Irrigation

Monitor tank levels, pressure gauges and pumps to be sure crops and livestock always have enough water.

  • Building installations

HVAC, fire protection units and pressure boosters are monitored and managed from a central location, ensuring and documenting services to building users