SCADA Based Control System Using PLC


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We supply and install “state-of-the-art technology” i.e. Building Management Systems, Factory and Process Automation and Auxiliary Systems such as FDAS, Structured Cabling, CCTV Systems, Central Power Metering, Power Monitoring System, LAN, WAN, Wifi, IP PaBX as well as Access Control Systems.

 

 

Jess C. Gregorio

InSpecIT Inc.

Unit 719/722 City & Land Mega Plaza Bldg.

ADB Ave. cor. Garnet Road, Ortigas Center

San Antonio, Pasig City, Philippines 1605

Tel. +632 661 9058

Telefax +632 584 7299

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Waste to Energy. What is holding you back?


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We like to offer a solution on converting organic waste into fuel resource. It can be a viable solution to unburden landfills and at the same time empower communities.
 
Besides constructing biogas power plants direct for end users, we also have channels to provide project financing for big projects.  We have a local investor partner who can provide outright financing.  The only condition sought is doing a Joint Venture with them and for then to be a major shareholder on the power company to be put up.
  
Basic question at the beginning would be the same as with international projects done before. We need tonvalidate real and potential project before PlanET fly to a certain country to discuss the cooperation on installing a biopower power plant. They wanted to see numbers and best case scenarios on fixed substrate contracts.  As a pre-requisite they need a questionnaire, completely filled up, and submitted for their evaluation and assessment.
 
Wonder if you…
– have an agricultural or livestock farm with residual or manure disposal problem, 
– have a locality (municipality/city/province) in your care that can benefit on having an MSW W2E processing plant, 
– are a private institution or a government agency project manager (environment/power/development/local governance) looking for an able and expert service provider with project track record worldwide, 
– or simply just a land owner who can be form a Business Joint Venture of a biogas power plant by making his/her agricultural land property a giant napier grass farm to fuel up a power plant- also to be constructed within the farm area.

We can help you put up your desired world class German standard biogas complex.

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Our job is to open the Philippines for their technology and assistance.  It may or may not be a financed project for anyone who would be interested but the technology alone would be good enough to be considered and perhaps adopted to solve our landfill and waste management problems- generate power doing it.

I have attached some information for your reference.

 

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We do SCADA, BMS, FDAS, FMS, HMI, Process, and Automation System Integration. W2E Power Plant, Solar Powered Pumping and Building LED Lights Retroffitting. We are open to mutually beneficial opportunities for referred and jointly closed projects.
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Jess C.Gregorio

InSpecITInc.

Unit 719/722 City & Land Mega Plaza Bldg.

ADB Ave. cor. Garnet Road, Ortigas Center

San Antonio, Pasig City, Philippines 1605

+63916 769 9056, +63949 707 2424, +63918 965 2721

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How to manage your email


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I believe there are a few key times when it’s best to do real emailing. And by “real” emailing” I mean when you spend a chunk of time devoted to working through a bunch of emails, and not when you send a one-off urgent response to something from your iphone or from your computer while you’re typing furiously in a Word document to meet a deadline in another screen.

Here are the best times, according to yours truly:

Claire Diaz-Ortiz, Author/Speaker/Advisor to Startups & Social Enterprise

Read more…   https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-manage-your-email-claire-diaz-ortiz

 

 

Enjoy this tip!

Best Regards,

 

Jess C.Gregorio
InSpecIT Inc.
Unit 719/722 City & Land Mega Plaza Bldg.
ADB Ave. cor. Garnet Road, Ortigas Center
San Antonio, Pasig City, Philippines 1605
Tel. +632 661 9058
Telefax +632 584 7299
Mobile +63916 769 9056, +63949 707 2424, +63918 965 2721
Email: gregoriojess@yahoo.com

We do SCADA, BMS, FDAS, HMI, and Automation System Integration. We can help.
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Have LED. Will Pay.


Will replace all your building lights with LED without upfront cost to you.

LED bulbs use a fraction of the energy of traditional bulbs but cost a lot more to buy. We do the sums.

These bulbs, which are made up of LEDs (light-emitting diodes), are about 10 times more efficient at converting electricity into light than the old-fashioned filament variety. This explains the difference in the wattage needed.
So, to replace a traditional 60W bulb you need just a 6W LED bulb.

Although they are considerably more expensive to buy than traditional light bulbs and other “low energy” types of bulb, such as those that work more like fluorescent lights, they consume so much less electricity that you will quickly recoup your outlay in lower bills.
Read more.
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Jess C.Gregorio

InSpecIT Inc.

Unit 719/722 City & Land Mega Plaza Bldg.

ADB Ave. cor. Garnet Road, Ortigas Center

San Antonio, Pasig City, Philippines 1605

Mobile +63916 769 9056, +63949 707 2424, +63918 965 2721

Email: gregoriojess@yahoo.com
We do SCADA, BMS, FDAS, FMS, HMI, Process, and Automation System Integration. W2E Power Plant, Solar Powered Pumping and Building LED Lights Retroffitting. 

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A Short History of Anaerobic Digestion


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The use of the AD process for treating industrial wastewaters has grown tremendously during the past decade. Worldwide, more than 1,000 vendor-supplied systems now operate or are under construction. It is estimated that European plants comprise 44% of the installed base. Only 14% of the systems are located in North America. A considerable number of the systems are located in South America, primarily Brazil, where they are used to treat the vinasse coproduct from sugar cane-based ethanol production.5

Processes such as AD and composting offer the only biological route for recycling matter and nutrients from the organic fraction of MSW. Composting is an energy-consuming process, requiring 50-75 kWh of electricity per ton of MSW input. Composting technology for MSW is commercially available and in use, but its further application is limited mainly by environmental aspects and process economics. AD is a net energy-producing process, with around 75-150 kWh of electricity created per ton of MSW input. MSW digestion technology is now being demonstrated and fully commercialized.

Read more.

http://extension.psu.edu/natural-resources/energy/waste-to-energy/resources/biogas/links/history-of-anaerobic-digestion/a-short-history-of-anaerobic-digestion

 
I have attached some information for your reference.
 

Attachment:

planet-company-profile

planet-international-project-track-record

authorized-agent-assignment

msw-w2e-project-questionnaire

type-of-w2e-feedstock

 

 

Looking forward to hear from you.
 

Jess C.Gregorio

InSpecIT Inc.

Unit 719/722 City & Land Mega Plaza Bldg.

ADB Ave. cor. Garnet Road, Ortigas Center

San Antonio, Pasig City, Philippines 1605

Mobile +63916 769 9056, +63949 707 2424, +63918 965 2721

Email: gregoriojess@yahoo.com

 
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Solar Powered Irrigation for Rice Paddies


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How Solar Can Save India’s Farmers

Water pumps powered by the sun could solve a host of problems for rural farmers and the nation’s power grid

SMITHSONIAN.COM
JUNE 25, 2013

Ravi Kant, a rice and wheat farmer in his 30s, lives in Bihar, just south of Nepal and one of the poorest states in India. Kant used to perform an intricate ritual when rains alone couldn’t provide enough water for his crops: He would rent a diesel pump from town, shoulder it on a bamboo sling and carry it to a corner of his property where he could drench one of his flat fields with water from an underground aquifer. Then he would move it to another quadrant, and another. “The discharge [of water] from the diesel pump was never strong,” Kant recalled. “Add to that the time and hassle to rent a van, go to the town and buy diesel.”

But life recently became much easier for Kant: His fertile acreage near the banks of the iconic river now has its own 7.5-horsepower water pump powered by six six-foot-square solar panels. Watering his fields is as simple as walking a plastic hose past the huts where the women dry cow patties for stove fuel. When the sun shines, the farmer can summon water from the ground whenever he wants, and even on cloudy winter days he can irrigate for at least two hours.

A consensus is building that India needs millions more farmers who, like Kant, run their irrigation on sunshine. The country is home to 25 million agricultural water pumps, more than anywhere on earth. Whether they draw their power from the country’s rickety power grid or from diesel-fueled generators, the pumps cause a host of problems. They are sucking aquifers dry, draining the government treasury and farmer’s pockets, and adding to the country’s burgeoning carbon emissions levels.

A growing number of government officials, aid workers and entrepreneurs believe that if any sector is ripe for solar power in India, it is the legions of agricultural irrigation pumps, because the benefits could add up so quickly.

“In my view, India should stop doing all other solar and just focus on giving farmers a solution for their needs,” said Pashupathy Gopalan, a managing director of SunEdison, an American firm that is one of India’s largest developers of big solar farms and rooftop solar panels. “The farmers will be happy, and once the farmers are happy, the politicians will be happy because the farmer tells his family how to vote.”

To know how a solar pumpset, as it’s called, can make such a difference, it’s worth taking a moment to understand the strange burden that watering crops places on the Indian economy. About 18 million of the country’s 25 million pumpsets are tied to the national electric grid. India’s planning commission estimates that farming accounts for about 15 percent of gross domestic product but the sector consumes some 25 percent of the nation’s electricity, mostly from powering irrigation pumps. Utilities provide this power at a huge loss; electricity for farmers is usually free, or nearly so, costing only a couple of pennies per kilowatt.

It’s been this way for decades, the legacy of a country that is quickly urbanizing but whose self-image — and nearly 70 percent of its population — is still rooted in the countryside. The policy comes at a high cost, both in energy and money. The power lines experience transmission losses of 30 to 40 percent on their long route to customers who pay almost nothing. “Every watt sold to a rural customer is a loss to the bottom line,” explained Srinivasan Padmanaban, a senior energy advisor to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in New Delhi.

This burden is taking its toll on the rest of India. Most state electricity boards, the rough equivalent of U.S. utilities, are operating in the red, and the nation’s power system frequently falters under the demand pressures of the fast-growing country. In July 2012, more than half of India’s population, 670 million people, experienced the world’s largest blackout ever. Smaller, rolling blackouts are common, even in some of India’s largest cities, spurred on by an outdated power grid, electricity theft, chronic shortages of fuel and the rising cost of imported coal and petroleum. Easing energy demand is a top priority.

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And if the flickering power grid is a headache for utility officers and city dwellers, it is an obstacle of another kind for the farmer, sometimes a deadly one. Farmers get electricity, but often for only a few hours a day—or, rather, the night, when no other customers need it. This means that many farmers stumble out of bed and irrigate their fields in the dark. India is home to many venomous snakes like cobras and vipers, and it is fairly common, Gopalan said, for a farmer to meet his end with a snakebite.

These exhausted farmers who depend on short bursts of free electricity are not the best stewards of the nation’s diminishing supply of groundwater. The system incentivizes the farmer to use as much water as he can when he can get it. Thus, many farmers gravitate toward crops that require flooding, like rice and wheat. But these commodities offer farmers the lowest of profit margins. Global consulting firm KPMG estimates that solar pumps, which give a farmer the leisure to pump water only when he needs it—and can see it—could increase agricultural income by 10 to 15 percent by letting farmers switch to more profitable crops such as tomatoes and potatoes.

Converting all of India’s electric water pumps to solar would appear to make imminent sense, but the economic argument for solar is even more compelling for diesel-powered pumps. Solar-powered water pumps, which include a power source and expensive electronics, currently cost upwards of $6,000, whereas a pump that runs on electricity or diesel can be had for as little as $500. That’s an enormous difference in a country with a per capita yearly income of only $1,200. Farmers who get their electricity for free would probably rather save their money and risk the cobras. But for the 7 million diesel-using farmers like Kant, most of whom have no electrical connection and have had no choice but diesel pumps, they can spend up to 35 or 40 percent of their income on diesel. And that amount is rising because the country is phasing out its subsidy on the fuel.

“The costs of running a diesel pump are very high,” said a grizzled neighbor of Kant’s, who went by the sole name of Ayodhya. As we watched water tumble onto his field from his solar-powered pumpset, Ayodhya explained, “for a farmer who owns one bigha of land [about 70 percent of an acre], the diesel pump has to be run four hours a day. The pump consumes two liters of diesel an hour. That is 320 rupees [U.S. $5.55] per hour.”

Energy subsidies, however, aren’t necessarily going away — they’re instead moving toward solar. “We see a huge market for solar pumps in India,” said G. Prasad, head of off-grid solar projects for the Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, which is offering to pick up 30 percent of the cost of solar pumpsets. Ten states have also added their own subsidies. Rural energy independence appeals to local politicians who can steer money to their constituents, as well as ministerial bean counters who see a potential for savings. KPMG estimates that if the government purchased 100,000 solar pumps, India could save $53 million a year in diesel imports.

The prospect of government largesse, combined with millions of potential customers, has global solar and pump manufacturers, from SunEdison to Germany’s Lorentz to Denmark’s Grundfos, running toward the Indian market. Kant’s pump was installed by Claro Energy, an Indian startup that is competing with the big multinationals. “It’s a tremendous opportunity because of the sheer size of the country, the sheer size of the population,” said Melanie Natarajan, head of Asia-Pacific water operations for Franklin Electric, an American pump maker.

Ravi Kant couldn’t be happier with his solar-powered pump — and not just because subsidies have driven his power costs down to zero. Instead of wrestling with a diesel-powered pump in front of his cows, he adjusts the panels a few times a day to point them toward the sun, and every few days washes the dust off. “We can grow a third crop because of the solar pumps. We grow either dal or maize. Our annual income is up by about 20,000 rupees [U.S. $347] per year,” he said.

Solar panels have been known to work for two decades and more. If they do, the blue-tinted solar panels will empower another generation – Kant’s children — to water their own crops with sunshine.

Sanjoy Sanyal contributed to the reporting of this story.

Disclaimer: Pashupathy Gopalanis a distant cousin by marriage of the writer.


 

We supply, integrate, do turnkey project on solar powered pumping for domestic and agricultural irrigation.

Up to 15HP, 98 Mtrs max. well depth, max. 60 Cu.Mtrs max flowrate, 6 inches max. well pipe dia. 

COST AND RELIABILITY COMPARISON BETWEEN SOLAR AND DIESEL POWERED PUMPS 

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InSpecIT Inc.

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ADB Ave. cor. Garnet Road, Ortigas Center

San Antonio, Pasig City, Philippines 1605

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Solar Pump. Water Despite Drought and Power Failure


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InSpecIT  Inc.

Unit 719/722 City & Land Mega Plaza Bldg.

ADB Ave. cor. Garnet Road, Ortigas Center

San Antonio, Pasig City, Philippines 1605

Tel. +632 661 9058

Telefax +632 584 7299

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SCADA Communication Networks for Video Surveillance


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We supply and install “state-of-the-art technology” i.e. Building Management Systems, Factory and Process Automation and Auxiliary Systems such as FDAS, Structured Cabling, CCTV Systems, Central Power Metering, Power Monitoring System, LAN, WAN, Wifi, IP PaBX as well as Access Control Systems.
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Jess C. Gregorio

InSpecIT Inc.

Unit 719/722 City & Land Mega Plaza Bldg.

ADB Ave. cor. Garnet Road, Ortigas Center

San Antonio, Pasig City, Philippines 1605

Tel. +632 661 9058

Telefax +632 584 7299

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LED revolution puts lighting top of the energy efficiency agenda


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Posted by James Dunlop / 20 March 2014 / Viewpoint

 

Over the past ten years the Carbon Trust has assisted in the implementation of LED solutions, from niche applications by early adopters, through to the widespread use across the range of industry sectors and building types we are seeing today. James Dunlop, Technology Manager at the Carbon Trust, gives his perspective on why it is that, despite the fact that LEDs have become the most popular energy efficiency measure on the market, the rate of adoption has not been even faster.

It doesn’t matter whether the existing lighting is incandescent, fluorescent, metal halide or sodium. When improving lighting energy performance LED sources have become the number one efficiency recommendation.  LED lighting has been high on the wider energy efficiency agenda for several years, but right now no other technology change offers the same level of power reduction, whilst maintaining or improving on operational performance.

LED lighting has fast become one of the top sustainability measures taken by businesses and the public sector. Heavily-incentivised renewables may be attracting the attention from policy makers, investors and those keen to make a ‘green’ statement. But in terms of carbon abatement the deployment of LED solutions provides some of the best ratios available when it comes the amount invested per tonne of carbon reduced.

My early experience of clients deploying LED solutions was in applications where the light source was close to the illuminated surface.  This was an effective use of the technology at the time, efficacies were good in these applications, wattages were low and the business case was solid.  The step-change in more recent years has been the deployment of LED technology to illuminate wide areas and from mounting heights previously thought to be beyond the range of the technology.

Today all sectors, from logistics companies with large warehouses and external spaces to light, through to small offices and retailers, can take advantage of the LED revolution.  The commercial case for investment is strengthening as performance improves, product costs decrease and the relentless rise of energy costs continues.

The best commercial cases are present where operating hours are highest.  Where continuous operation is required payback periods are often close to one year.  However even in office applications where annual hours of operation are 3,000 or more the return on investment can be less than five years – especially where effective controls are deployed.

What is surprising is that although many companies have already grasped the opportunity, uptake is still far from universal.  So with commercial cases this strong why aren’t we seeing ubiquitous uptake of this game-changing technology?

Lack of awareness is a major factor. The inertia around replacing systems which may be providing an adequate function is another – many businesses have the attitude that ‘if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.’  But we find that a key barrier to action is the difficulty end users (often with limited technical expertise) face when seeking a supplier or partner to provide a solution.

Although there are some trusted names and robust reputations, clients are often bombarded by suppliers who have often just entered the lighting market.  This creates confusion, which in turn can add to the inertia-factor and provides an excuse for inaction.

The standard of product provided is important here: not all LEDs are equal  in terms of lamp life or lamp quality.  Warranty periods matter as well – but fundamentally you do not want to deal with product failure. A good LED lighting product should be fit-and-forget.

To achieve high quality implementation, the best first step is a detailed and appropriate lighting specification from a reliable expert. This is a service that the Carbon Trust provides for a number of clients.  The option to trial solutions in the field can also provide peace of mind and is something many companies are keen to do especially where multiple similar sites are under consideration for upgrade.

To date the Carbon Trust has conducted technical reviews on over 1,500 energy efficient lighting projects with a total value of £38 million. In the last 12 months almost all projects reviewed have utilised LED lighting.

Many of the projects have been provided by our network of Accredited Suppliers, as listed on the Green Business Directory, whose experience and capabilities have been verified by the Carbon Trust.  Clients supported have included Tesco, Bathstore and Subway to name but a few.

LED performance and reliability has made it indisputably the leading energy efficiency technology on the market. With energy costs constantly rising, alongside the pressure to reduce carbon emissions, we expect the adoption of the technology to continue at a rapid pace. But while many organisations have woken up to the potential with LEDs, a greater awareness of the opportunity, along with improved focus on quality and confidence will help to drive up the rate of implementation and continue driving down carbon emissions.

 


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Jess C. Gregorio

InSpecIT Inc.

Unit 719/722 City & Land Mega Plaza Bldg.

ADB Ave. cor. Garnet Road, Ortigas Center

San Antonio, Pasig City, Philippines 1605

Tel. +632 661 9058

Telefax +632 584 7299

Mobile +63916 769 9056, +63949 707 2424, +63918 965 2721

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Design & Setup Automation Tools for Building Management Systems


Arie Trinker, Co-Founder & CEO, Tridinetworks

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We supply and install “state-of-the-art technology” i.e. Building Management Systems, Factory and Process Automation and Auxiliary Systems such as FDAS, Structured Cabling, CCTV Systems, Central Power Metering, Power Monitoring System, LAN, WAN, Wifi, IP PaBX as well as Access Control Systems.
Email me your RFQ.

 

 

Jess C. Gregorio

InSpecIT Inc.

Unit 719/722 City & Land Mega Plaza Bldg.

ADB Ave. cor. Garnet Road, Ortigas Center

San Antonio, Pasig City, Philippines 1605

Tel. +632 661 9058

Telefax +632 584 7299

Mobile +63916 769 9056, +63949 707 2424, +63918 965 2721

Email: gregoriojess@yahoo.com

 

We do SCADA, BMS, FDAS, HMI, and Automation System Integration. We can help.

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