The Fusion2TM is Sirius' smart
solution to chemical injection, pump
control in applications requiring a
motor less than ½ horsepower.
The controller has been designed to work with both sensored BLDC
and brushed motor/pump applications. Anywhere that you desire to:
have ultimate control
of your injection rates
of the Fusion2TM
The Fusion2TM Intelligent Calibration is an in-situ test; thus, accounting for intake head, viscosity, and injection pressure. The Fusion2TMlearns what the operator is trying to achieve during calibration and performs the necessary calibration calculations so the operator does not have to. Visual Rate Feedback eliminates the guess work with setting rates.
For those customers who use both DC and AC power supplies we have made it even easier. The FUSIONTM controller operates on both power supplies making it seamless for operators. In addition, pumps can be moved around the field providing additional versatility to the system. An on board MPPT solar charger provides first in class power for tough solar applications.
As an example, simple control can be used to conserve methanol on warmer winter days while preventing freeze ups on the coldest nights with Fusion2's 4-zone temperature control. Flow rates automatically adapt to recurring temperature swings.
The Fusion2 controller accepts many inputs for pump control, which can be as straightforward as a proportional rate control from an external sensor. A more sophisticated approach would be to use an equation driven hydrate curve analyses; such as, the Hammerschmidt or Gas Gravity method, along with multiple sensor inputs, to determine the variable injection rate.
VARYING PROCESS PRESSURE CAN SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT THE ACCURACY OF CHEMICAL INJECTED
Fusion2 compensates for process pressure fluctuations using patented pressure sensing technology to maintain a steady flow rate. The graph to the left compares 2's performance against that of a leading pump manufacturers.
VOLTAGE FLUCTUATIONS AFFECT INJECTION RATE
Solar powered injection system will experience daily battery voltage fluctuation due to day/night cycles, as well as longer term voltage fluctuations with changing seasons, weather and cloud cover.
A typical pump's injection rate varies directly with voltage and under normal weather conditions can generate an error exceeding 25%. 2 keeps the rate consistent using the patent pending voltage compensation feature.
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