Internet-based data and alarm system

The GRM system provides users remote access and control to data and alarms from pumps, controllers, and auxiliary equipment.

11/29/2016


The GRM system provides users remote access and control to data and alarms from pumps, controllers, and auxiliary equipment. Courtesy: GrundfosThe Grundfos Remote Management (GRM) system provides facility managers and engineers remote access and control to data and alarms from pumps, controllers, and auxiliary equipment such as sensors and meters. The secure Internet-based system is designed for pump installations in various water infrastructure and commercial applications. A user-friendly interface provides a complete overview of system operation including energy consumption and performance. Scheduling capabilities help streamline necessary maintenance work and plan who will respond to alarms. GRM employs the CIU501 communication interface which enables data transmission via a 3G/4G smartphone or internet connection for Grundfos pumps and controls. In the event of a system alarm, relevant contacts are notified directly via text message and/or email alerts.

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