Singer releases SCP-TP process controller

It has been announced that Singer Valve has launched the SCP-TP for quick and easy automation of water distribution systems.
The SCP-TP Controller is designed to complement a dual solenoid control valve and can switch easily between settings for level control, upstream and downstream pressure management, flow control and position control. The SCP-TP also offers ON/OFF control and can be configured with a 4–20mA control motor such as the Singer 420 DC pilot mounted control motor. The SCP-TP is equipped with easy to use digital input controls and user selectable digital output alarms. Added features such as data logging, which logs all sensor feedback and set-point data as well as trending graphs, can be used for system analysis for water loss prevention and overall system pressure management.
Ryan Spooner, Manager of Instrumentation and Automation for Singer Valve said, “Everything you can think of wanting in a control panel, we have incorporated into this Single Process Controller and we’ve made it easy for anyone to use with a colour touch screen interface.” The SCP-TP is easy to setup in the field and Singer also offers onsite commissioning assistance and training for utility staff if needed.

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