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RMSAWWA/RMWEA 2002

ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Reducing Operation
Costs Through SCADA
System Modernization
Tom Haensel, P.E., Burns & McDonnell Engineerng, Inc.
Jan Toniazzo, Treatment Operator, Left Hand Water District

Agenda

Left Hand Water District Overview


SCADA Definition
SCADA Modernization Planning
Implementation
Economic Advantages
Questions

Left Hand Water District

SCADA Defined
What is SCADA?
Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition
One Supervisory Controller (Master)
Multiple Sub-Controllers (Slaves)
Possible Sub-Master Controllers

SCADA System
Architecture
Water Treatment Plant

Sub-Master
PLC

Master PLC

Slave
PLC
Control Valve

Network, Fiber
Optic, or Phone
Line

Slave
PLC

Slave
PLC

Pump Station

Filter Control

Printer
Operator
Workstation

Slave
PLC
Water Tank

Slave
PLC
Pump Station

SCADA Modernization Planning


GOALS

Graphical Representation of Entire System


Continuous Information at Operator Workstations
Automatic Control
Remote Control
Alarming/Paging
Trending/Reporting
Easily Expandable

Implementation
Hardware
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) - Standardized on
Allen-Bradley SLC and Micrologix controllers

Implementation
Hardware
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) - Standardized on
Allen-Bradley SLC and Micrologix controllers
MAS/MDS radios and modems for Radio Communication

Implementation
Hardware
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) - Standardized on
Allen-Bradley SLC and Micrologix controllers
MAS/MDS radios and modems for Radio Communication
Mille Research modems for Phone Line Communication

Implementation
Software
Standardized on Rockwell Software
RSLogix for programming
RSLinx for communications
RSView for Operator Interface

RSMessenger for Alarm Paging


LapLink Software allows connection to operator workstation
from a remote computer through a dial-up modem

Implementation
Expandable and Flexible
System must be easily expandable
Implement additional sites without plant shutdown
Allow for additional I/O and control philosophy changes
System must be flexible

Allow for a variety of communication interfaces


Allow for a variety of instrumentation

Economic Advantages
Implementation of On-Call shifts

Economic Advantages
Implementation of On-Call shifts
Reduced Operator Travel Time

Economic Advantages
Implementation of On-Call shifts
Reduced Operator Travel Time
Greater Speed, Accuracy, and efficiency

Economic Advantages

Implementation of On-Call shifts


Reduced Operator Travel Time
Greater Speed, Accuracy, and efficiency
Increased Reliability

Economic Advantages

Implementation of On-Call shifts


Reduced Operator Travel Time
Greater Speed, Accuracy, and efficiency
Increased Reliability
Reduced Maintenance

Economic Advantages

Implementation of On-Call shifts


Reduced Operator Travel Time
Greater Speed, Accuracy, and efficiency
Increased Reliability
Reduced Maintenance
Safety and Security

Questions

THANK YOU!

Tom Haensel, P.E., Burns & McDonnell Engineerng, Inc.


Jan Toniazzo, Treatment Operator, Left Hand Water District