Local Pump Maintenance
Remote Maintenance of Pumps
Here at PEEL Pumps we offer complete local or remote maintenance of pumps, as pump monitoring specialists.
Remote Maintenance of Pumps and Pump Monitoring.
From our 30 years’ experience we created Eboxx pump monitoring system, a cloud app that gives remote status and commands for pumps control we install.
The future in System Monitoring and Pump Control – remote maintenance of pumps
The Eboxx consist in a range of multi-functioning monitoring systems with the capability of communicating with a Cloud Portal using Ethernet or GSM connections. The Eboxx creates a virtual event history of the installation, then allows you to analyse and monitor the logged informations to allow you reduce maintenance requirements and improve efficiency. You can view all the information on any web device and you or other recipients can receive alarms status signals via email or SMS. You can also remotely change settings allowing a module to be shipped to site and then remotely configured.
Eboxx Modules for Remote Control of Pumps: Pump Monitoring
Remote Maintenance of Pumps with:
Interface Module setup/disable
• Running set points • Event Logging configuration • Alarms Notification configuration • Override On/Off of individual Event logging & Alarm notifications • Run reports to screen and CSV file download/export
Simple control and monitoring of your pump system through remote capabilities.
Increase productivity and reduce costs through reduced operator management.
Easy to install, simple to use, adjusted to meet your specific requirements.
Reporting package, providing data to assist in detailed monitoring and to aid in meeting Environment Agency regulations.
Useful diagnostic tool with an on board facility which constantly monitors and plots real time data, such as levels and flow.
SMS Email Alarm
Alarm system, alerting you to potential faults, safeguarding pumps and downtime.
Log and export data
Our controller communicate via internet. You can monitor and control your pump. Data and characteristics are saved on a remote (cloud) portal with a consultable history of the well and the pump. You can print, store as csv or exported (such as the Environment Agency).