DunphyDelta system gives complete control from anywhere

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Access to energy centres from anywhere using a web browser is the key to the DunphyDelta monitoring system.

The DunphyDelta system provides for the remote monitoring of energy centres using standard web browsers on PCs, laptops, tablets of smart phones — without the need for new software, cabling, USBs or extra onsite servers. The log-in screen requires a password, and DunphyDelta uses end-to-end encryption of date and transit and secure cloud storage to protect information. The system has multiple-level redundancy across different geographic areas to prevent loss of data.

There is virtually instantaneous access to real-time operational data, which is displayed via graphs, and reports with cost of fuels, water and electricity all calculated at individual site values. Full historical analyses with an easy-to-use drag-and-drop function are also available.

Site managers can tailor data to specific business reporting needs. For example, in addition to reporting consumption and actual site costs of utilities, reports can be designed to display quantified steam outputs, modulations, boiler-sequencing status and CHP operations. DunphyDelta also provides immediate operational commands delivered back to boilers and burners to change or modify modulation, sequencing and other nominated key operational control factors.

Significant reductions in downtime and associated costs can be achieved by protecting pant from avoidable shutdowns, missed maintenance or malfunctions.

The system is working effectively on a number of sites.

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