Web Map Monitoring - MAIDMAPS

MaidMap is a web page showing data from all the instruments, except Mermaid and the EE-400. When a value becomes abnormal, a sound and an email is generated. The operator can remotely open or close a valve or operate a motor. MaidMaps generates charts and records exportable to Excel and FlowLink.

Click MaidMaps’ image to start MaidMaps.
Username: demo
Password: 123456

 

 

 

 

 

When you get to the Maidmaps site (http://maps.maidlabs.com/), on the right side, click on “All projects”. You will see 12 Pressuremaid and 1 Volucalc VS. The municipality replaced their FlowMaid by a VS since all the functions of a FlowMaid are included in a VS.

If you click on one of the “instruments”, a graph of the last hour of default measurement of the instrument will be displayed, unless specified otherwise. For these PressureMaid, tap water pressure. For the VS, flow out of the pumps. If the “Demo” would allow it, when there is an alarm, the icon would look like this:

The Bell on the icon means there is an alarm, and the Alarm below the graph is a link to access it directly. When you click, you get:

To help you with your French:

Poste Drummond = Drummond Station

Haut niveau à Drummond = High level at Drummond (the user writes whatever he wants)

He the user click on details, he gets this:

If you press Chart (which can be access as a demo User), you get this:

As you can see, the level went above the 2 meters related to the alarm.

This is what the Menu looks like to a real user:

To display the list of alarms, click on Alarms limits

To help you with your French again :)

Haut niveau à Drummond = High level at Drummond – when level is above 2 meters for more than 5 minutes. The level will have to be below 2 meters for 10 minutes before generating a second level alarm for this site

Débordement à Drummond = SSO at Drummond – when level is above 5.32 meters for more than 5 minutes. The level will have to be below 2 meters for 10 minutes before generating a second level alarm for this site

Absence de communication = No communication – when no data came in for more than 1 hour. The level will have to be below 2 meters for 10 minutes before generating a second level alarm for this site

Basse pression = Low pressure – when pressure is below 20 PSI for more than 5 minutes. The level will have to be below 2 meters for 10 minutes before generating a second level alarm for this site

We could add alarms for anything read by the instruments, like the voltage of the battery, which would indicate when to recharge them. Specific users can receive warning and alarm emails and SMS. Editing or adding an alarm looks like this:

Back to the Map view, top center, if you click Devices’default functions, you get the following display:

It is possible to set high and low warning and alarm levels for all if these analog measurements and states, if they are set to be read by the instrument. Per example, the primary analog input might be use got Level and the secondary input for something else.

There are 2 relays on the instrument. They can be activated remotely.

Someone who wants to download a report, it looks like this:

The Project name is more related to the municipal department and their interest. One of the is Tap Water pressure (Pression eau potable) while the other is simply Level (Niveau). The file names at the end have the following format:

Name_of_the_station_monthly_Date.csv.

I downloaded today’s monthly report and I got this:

The entire database is available onscreen for any day the user wants to see, for any instruments and type of data.