aquanale 2019: Measuring and control system DULCOMARIN® 3 - Efficient swimming pool water treatment for up to 16 pools
ProMinent will be presenting its DULCOMARIN® 3 measuring and control system at aquanale, Cologne, November 05 to 08, 2019, Hall 6.1, Stand H041/G040. Operation is simple on large 7" touch displays or any Internet-capable device. All the necessary parameters for efficient swimming pool water treatment for up to 16 pools can be reliably monitored and controlled. "Intelligent" control functions ensure minimum chemical consumption and help to reduce energy costs by up to 50 percent.
All versions, from the single-pool compact to the multipool system for up to 16 pools, are operated via 7-inch touch displays. Videos that can be played on the devices and context-related explanatory texts additionally support intuitive operation. For example, the calibration of sensors is displayed step by step.
From the central unit (Global Unit), all on-site controllers (Local Units) can be operated and configured without restriction. There are therefore no limits to the networking of the system. It is therefore also suitable for very large water park operations. The individual controllers are networked via the ProMinent cNet, a LAN/Ethernet-based connection. LAN components such as cables, switches and even fibre-optic cables can be used for this purpose, which are available on the open market. Expensive CAN bus cabling is therefore no longer necessary.
The DULCOMARIN® 3 can also be operated remotely - connected via smartphone or any other Internet-enabled terminal.
Three operating modes are available: The "normal mode", the energy-saving "Eco mode" and the "high chlorine function" allow the situation-oriented adaptation to the respective swimming pool utilisation. Activation can be via release contact, time of day dependent and field bus controlled.
Swimming pool operators are therefore always up to date: They receive status messages or alarms by e-mail or they monitor the time course of the measured values of all pools on the integrated paperless recorder.
A connection to programmable logic controllers can be implemented via various fieldbuses.