The built-in IEC 60870‑5‑101 and IEC 60870‑5‑104 telemetry protocols are a natural fit for creating a telemetry system for the oil and gas industry based on the REGUL RX00 controller.

The software/hardware telemetry solution is designed for use in the telemechanic systems that ensure centralized monitoring and remote control of linear long-distance oil pipeline equipment and other facilities related to oil and gas production and long-distance pipeline transportation.

Alerts

  • Valve status and position
  • Cleaning and diagnostic agent status
  • Valve actuator failure and breakdown
  • Line disconnection and switch status and position
  • Presence of voltage in a transmission line along the route.
  • Minimum and maximum control room temperatures
  • Maximum level in the leakage accumulator at the scraper launcher-receiver
  • Pressure-tap well flooding at trunk pipeline water barrier crossings
  • Scraper launcher-receiver flooding at trunk pipeline crossings of water barriers
  • Leakage at scraper launcher-receiver at trunk line underwater passage In the absence of a separate transmission linear protection system and access control:
    • Security alarm system status (control room, pressure takeoff wells)
    • Fire alarm system in the control room
    • Perimeter surveillance alarm system at scraper launcher-receiver at trunk pipeline launcher-receiver
    • Alarm system of air escape valves located in the line valve unit

Control

  • Line valves
  • Command verification equipment (“control” and “unblock” commands)
  • Security alarm system (security alarm “unblock” command)
  • Circuit breakers and switches along transmission lines
  • Security lighting

Measurements

  • Actual pressure in the trunk pipeline
  • Oil flow along the trunk pipeline
  • Actual pressure in the disconnected backup lines in underwater passages
  • Actual pressure in access chambers of passing, launching, and receiving of scraper outside pump station
  • In the absence of a separate remote-controlled system of the cathode protection station:
    • Electric current of the cathode protection station
    • Voltage of the cathode protection station
    • Protective “pipe-ground” potential
    • Voltage at the electrochemical protection drainage point

Teleregulation

  • Actuator positions of the linear pipe control system
  • Output voltage (current, protective voltage) of the electrochemical protection station

Communication

  • Send data necessary for the functioning of the leakage detection system (if required)
  • Exchange data with the telemechanic equipment of the pump station, backup control center, and transit drain station via IEC 60870-5-101 and IEC 60870-5-104 telemechanic protocols