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SPECIFICATION FOR INSTRUMENTATION TELEMETRY FOR RESERVOIRS

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BOOSTER STATION AND SUCTION TANK

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Provision of Information
The response to this Specification shall include costs and technical criteria for the
engineering design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the
Telemetry/SCADA System.
JKR views the subject of this Specifications the enhancement to the existing Telemetry
System.
Therefore the proposed Master Station, Sub-Master Station and Remote Dial-In System
must be able to read all the existing proposed new RTU’s.
Tenderers intend to participate should possess experience in implementing of at least
one major Telemetry/SCADA System on water application. The tender should have a
proper setup and trained technical and backup support team.

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Overview
The tender includes modification of existing Telemetry/SCADA Software in the Master
Station at Daerah Besut, Terengganu, Remote Terminal Unit (RTU), the Associated
Communication Equipment, ensuring Instruments. Power System with battery back-up,
Lighting Protection System and Earthing System.
The details of Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) locations and functions are listed in the
Appendixes. The location of the proposed RTUs are shown on the plan attached.
Tenderers are assumed to have visited the sites prior to the submission of tenders.

3.0

Scope of Works

3.1

The scope of works are as follows which shall include supply, installation and
commissioning of :-

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Reconfigure Existing Master Station, Sub-Master Station
Remote Dial-In System (RDIS)
Modification of Telemetry/SCADA Software
Communication of Software Drivers
Communication Equipment
Remote Terminal Unit (RTU)
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Enclosures (Weather proof type to IP65)
Instrumentation’s
Power System
Battery back-up System
Lightning Protection Unit (LPU)
Earthing systems
Signal and Power cable
Trenching and cable ducting
Factory Acceptance test
Training
Drawings, documentation and manuals

Where specified, the tenderer shall provide and install instrumentation’s to control and
measure the following:-

Battery status

All wiring for the above shall included in the tender price.
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Where specified, tenderer shall provide :

All necessary excavations, chambers to facilitate the installation flow and pressure
measuring instruments

All necessary Communication Equipment for Sub-Master/Master station and RTUs

All necessary Uninterrupted Power System for Sub-Master Station

General Requirements
IMPORTANT : Tenderer intend to participate should possess experience in at least a
major Telemetry/SCADA System on Water Application. All parts in the proposed
Telemetry/SCADA System. Sub-Master Station, Remote Terminal Unit (RTU),
Instrumentation, Communication Equipment and Power System shall be of proven track
record operating in local environment, adequate support and spares, non-proprietary and
easily purchased off-the-shelve.

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All outdoor enclosures to meet IP65 standard.

4.2

Enclosures design shall facilitate easy removals of equipment for service or repair, and
be sized to allow for expansion. The finishing must be epoxy paint.

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4. 4.12 The Contractor shall provide training facilities to four (4) JKR personnel to cover maintenance of the equipment supplied. 4.5 Converter/transmitter where enclosure rating is not IP65 should be properly housed in and IP65 should be properly housed in and IP65 enclosure or better. After calibration. 4.10 The equipment shall allow for easy adjustment of setting calibration. The Contractor shall propose the location and duration of the training course.11 Detailed drawings and manuals together with schematic wiring diagrams and interconnection diagrams. 5 INSTRUMENTATIONS Please refer to Appendix (A) for measurement range and quantity.8 All equipment’s are designed for stable.7 Only a single model type of instrument be provided for all sizes of pipes for flowmeter and pressure transmitter and reservoir for level transmitter. 4. 4. continuous operation 24 hours a day. and are capable of operating in an ambient temperature range of 10o to 70o and humidity range of 10o to 90o RH (non condensation). 7 days a week. 4.4. the entire system shall be operates continuously for 7 days to ensure all instruments remain in calibration. 4. truly representing the ‘as-built’ conditions for each items of equipment supplied shall be submitted within four (4) weeks from the date of commencement.0 Calibration and Commissioning After installation of the Associated Instruments and Equipment’s and RTU each analog/digital input/output modules shall be calibrated.6 All output from the instrument shall be a direct current between 4 and 20mA and shall be linearly proportional to the measured quantity within the required range. The Contractors shall supply three (30 copies of the drawings and manuals tot he Superintending Engineer. 4.3 Materials used for housing shall be able to withstand corrosive gases such as chlorine as well as sulfuric acid fumes.9 All equipment shall be designed to work with 24 volts direct current supply. first at the RTU and then at the Sub-Master Station (SMS).4 Sensors where submersible should have enclosure rating of IP68. 5. HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -3 .

- The equipment shall be suitable for use at ambient temperature between +10oC to +70 deg.5. Ultrasonic measuring principle is required. - Current output shall be 4 to 20 mADC. (LPU). The components shall be non-proprietary and easily purchased off-theshelve. The pulses are emitted tot he water surface. C. - The sensor housing shall be PVDF - The measurement Range shall be 0-9 meter - The temperature sensor shall be integrated in transducer for automatic compensation of the temperature influence on the running period. The communication protocol shall be ASCII format command. - The equipment shall be capable of measuring levels with guaranteed accuracy of 2 percent of the actual value over the full span. - Both of the transducer and transmitter shall be protected by lightning protection unit.10 The Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) installed shall be modular and can be easily expended upon request. - The transmitter shall be housed inside a wall mounting IP65 steel enclosure. The TRTU shall require simple procedure for testing and fault tracing with continuous self-calibration. The measurement data and temperature information to 300 meter minimum length if required. HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -4 . - The Pulse-Echo-measuring system enables level measurement for liquids. - Power supply operating voltage shall be 24 VDC. 6 REMOTE TERMINAL UNIT (RTU) 6.10 LEVEL MEASUREMENT a) Equipment Design The equipment should provide continuous level measurement.

Each type shall provide a mixture of the following instrumentation interface facilities:a) b) Analog Input signal - Analog input must be in the range of 4 to 20 mADC. 6.11 6. Please refer to Appendix (A) for I/O points required.12 GENERAL REQUIREMENT - High reliability components are to used in outstation construction. - Continuous self-calibration. - At least 500V rms Analog Input Isolation and 15 bit measurement resolution. - ASCII format Command/Response Protocol. - RTU components shall be modular and with expansion capability upon request by JKR. RTU CAPABILITIES Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) shall be categorized into different capability types depending upon requirements of individual installation. - Power supply shall be +10V to +30V dc unregulated. - Analog input/output modules shall be programmable to engineering unit. no adjustment of any kind. - Low power consumption electronic components are preferred. - Proven track record in local environment and under similar application. Digital Input signal HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -5 . Tenderer should configure a adequate memory size to cater for the requirement and future expansion. - Simple procedure for testing and fault tracing with continuous selfcalibration.The RTU shall possess store and forward feature in case of communication failure. - Autozero and auto calibration are required.

volt free contact. - Alarms latching or momentary is required. outlet flowrate and flow totalizer. - Programmable digital filter.10 INTRODUCTION The existing Sub-Master Station located at JBAT Daerah Office in Besut Terengganu. The Telemetry/SCADA system shall be monitor and control the followings :i) water level. the tenderer shall provide additional protection. - Filtered for switch debounce. 7 TELEMETRY/SCADA SYSTEM 7. Digital/Alarm Output Signals - Digital outputs shall be isolated. Input/Output Isolation - All analog and digital input channels shall be individually isolated. - Able to check and compare HI/LO input values with the HI/LO values stored in memory. - EIA RS232-C interface standard is required. - Digital limit setting and alarm capability. Where existing standard products fail to meet this requirement. from the Remote Terminal Unit.c) d) e) f) - Generated from volt free contact configured to eliminate ‘bounce effects’. inlet flowrate and flow totalizer. HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -6 . Serial Communication Port - This will be used for communication with external device such as test set equipment. Accumulator - Accumulator input shall be of 7 decade range. pressure.

Historical data in the database shall make compatible to other third-party application format for further processing. - Mimic Diagram Display - Trending (Daily/Weekly/Monthly) - Reporting Historical Data - d) There are two daily status reports automatically generated out on a hardcopy at 8. a) Reporting - b) c) Operator Interface - The operator can select the functions from the Main Menu by using a mouse device to view the data.The tenderer shall proposed the mode of communications with all necessary communication equipment between the Remote Terminal unit.11 SUB-MASTER STATION The Sub-Master Station (SMS) shall poll the Remote Terminal Units (RTU) automatically. and the Sub-Master Station. 7.00 am and 3. Once the communication is established the RTU shall transmit the relevant data back to the Sub-Master Station (SMS). On housekeeping. Sub-Master Station Computer System HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -7 . Point Configuration The followings are the points monitored at each of the RTU : - e) In-Flow Rate In-Flow Totalizer Out-Flow Rate Out-Flow Totalizer Water level 2 nos.00 pm respectively. historical data are archived onto backup diskettes.

And the proposed Telemetry/SCADA Software shall be currently being used by the local authorities for the same application. i) Level 1 (display only) Level 1 allows selection of display only and exhibits constraints on the way data is manipulated. and Sub-Master Stations. which is in Water Work Department.The Sub-Master Staion Computer System shal consist of :One Unit of Compaq System shall consist of :21" SVGA color monitor 16 MB RAM 1. HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -8 .1 GB Hard Disk Drive One Unit of Color Printer One Unit of dot-matrix Printer for Event/Alarm Printing Uninterruptible Power Supply 9UPS) 7. The software shall be specially customize to suit the requirements of JKR. System Access/Security Protection The users of the Telemetry/SCADA system will vary in their job responsibilities to recognize the problems associated with sharing data resources.12 TELEMETRY/SCADA SOFTWARE a) Overview The proposed Telemetry/SCADA Software shall be installed into computer system at Sub-Master Station. This will prevent accidental destruction of data and corruption of system operation. System Access/Security Protection is provided in 3 levels. b) The Telemetry/SCADA Software shall consist of the following features : - c) System Access/Security Protection Real Time Data Acquisition High Resolution Color Interactive Mimic Displays Alarm/Event Logging Historical Trending Report Generation ASCII Export File Generation (for third-party applications programs) Historical Archiving Remote Fial-in to Master.44 Mb Floppy Disk Drive 2.

flow rate. pressure head and power system status. Since the polling cycle time is set for every hour the polled data and status are also stored in the historical database.ii) Level 2 (Operation) S privileged user with level 2 access to the system may overcome the above constraint. Level 2 access privilege would typically be given to users having a degree of application training and considerable experience in system operation. last polled date. last polled time. system configuration disk. and trending module. pressure head and power system status. low alarm. e) High Resolution Color Interactive Mimic Displays The Mimic Display features would display the RTU and its configuration such as level height. Level 3 access privilege permits inspection and modification of all data held in the protected memory. flow totaliser. flow rate. That is. such as reservoir and the pipe connections. and the system operational database. d) A user-identification A personal identification number (PIN) Real time Data Acquisition Real time data and status polled from the RTUs are used in mimic display. System log-in procedure involving the entry of user is also required. and dynamically updated real-time data shall be displayed on the monitor screen. and overflow alarm. iii) Level 3 (System Engineer) The top access level privilege will be given to designated system engineer. high alarm. f) Alarm/Event Logging In the event when an alarm is detected the screen will continue flashing to indicate an abnormal condition has occurred at the RTU such as level height. HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -9 . high alarm. and overflow alarm. Control and data acquisition procedure can also be modified. The real time information would also include RTU number (identify). Different color codes will indicate type of alarms and whether the alarm has been acknowledged. low alarm. Static schematic diagram in pictorial form for each of the RTU. date type of data and status. flow totaliser. time.

All events performed by the Sub-Master Station to RTUs are stored and printed on both the logging file and the logging printer respectively. User log-on record High Alarm Low alarm Overflow alarm Flow Rate and Totaliser Alarm Pressure Head Alarm Power System Status Off Alarm Date and time of occurrence Source of alarm Parameter that causes the alarm Recommended remedy action. set points. etc. e.g. Thus. The reports are as follows:- HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE Daily RTU report Daily report for all levels Daily report for all flows Daily report for all alarms SI -10 . Analog Points and Alarms on demand. This can be easily modified in the light of experience. time origin point and event type. the performance of an analog point or accumulator from the monitor and the current screen can be printed on a hard copy. Historical Trending The sampling time for the historical data is set on hourly. The recommendation is to be provided by uses at the system generation stage. i) Events to be logged include :- ii) An alarm event will include the following :- g) Communication Error Hardware malfunction Status change at Outstation Alarm condition Manual intervention record Change in system configuration. the user can view. h) Report Generation Various reports shall be produced for the RTU. The message shall consist of date.

The system should be giving 24V supply to the RTU and sufficient current to meet individual RTU requirements. LPU (Datel Dial up line) via lease Telekom lines and their peripherals.i) Export file Generation In order for the user to utilize or process the data further. Reasonable charging time for the batteries shall be proposed and to be submitted. 11. The RTU power requirements are made up of all instrumentation connected to the RTU. j) Historical Archive This is a housekeeping module. Normally the system would allow the database to store up to six months data. HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -11 . The user will have to backup the oldest month data in a data storage (diskette) before deletion. to read any analog or digital point from remotely or in the case of emergency. 9. RTU components and ATUR 450 Mobile phone or better required for the communication between RTU and SMS. 10. The nos. The system should be provided with a battery backup having minimum of 3 days. of hours of sunlight per day to be assumed in the design shall be 4 hours. this software can be loaded into any PC’s for the JKR officers to check on proposed RTUs status.0 COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT Communication between RTU and Sub-Master Station is through proposed Communication Equipment to link Station and RTU c/w Dial up Modem. The file can then be used in a spreadsheet program such as LOTUS 1-2-3 for further analysis. Whereby the user can maintain the database without loosing the precious historical data.0 REMOTE DIAL-IN SYSTEM The Remote Dial-in System Telemetry SCADA/Communication Software shall be provided by the tenderer. the user can export selected records to other application format file.0 POWER SYSTEM] Tenderers are required to design and install solar panel system for RTU’s that cannot be supplied with TNB power supply.

A ten (10) year should include a wired-in bypass diode to reduce potential loss of power. the batteries (in their housings) will be placed outdoors and thus be exposed to the heat and humidity of the tropics.a) SOLAR SYSTEM The solar panels shall be s followings :i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) 12. Double redundant contacts on each cell should be used for greater reliability.1 Maintenance free batteries are offered. This also covers the supply. At some sites.0 Solar Module cells should be of Monocrystalline construction for efficient conversion of both direct and diffused light. HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -12 . 12. BATTER BACK-UP SYSTEM All Out Station must complete with Battery-up System. This aspect will allow for deterioration that will occur due to heat and humidity of the tropical weather. Cells should be chemically coated to reduce reflection. The Contractor is to comply strictly with the requirement that in sizing batteries. This covers the supply. Shall used 24 volts battery packs which directly power the RTU. Modules should be a minimum of electrically 15% efficient. delivery and testing of battery chargers and housing. Tough. only 60% of manufacturer’s rating are to be taken as the provided capacity. The batteries shall have a minimum life span or usability of 3 years under normal usage. A module-mounted junction box (conductor) with gasket lid for safety and environmental protection should be used for module-to-module connections. delivery and testing of the rechargeable maintenance free lead-acid batteries to back-up RTU’s and Instrumentation’s. multi-layered polymer and aluminium for backsheet should be used to ensure resistance to abrasion. including communication equipment and connected instruments. UV stability and electrical isolation. tears and humidity. Each battery pack shall provide power for not less than twenty four (24) hours in the events that main power is not available. Maintenance free batteries are offered. Circuit should be laminated between layers of EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate) for moisture resistance. The batteries shall be capable of service under the conditions prevailing at the sites.

suitable for use as connecting cable for instrumentation system RTU.2 LENGTH OF CABLE The provisional quantity on the total of cable given in the schedule of price (SECTION C) shall be tendering purpose only. Trenched should be kept as straight as possible. walls. using manufacture’s rating. The batteries must be efficient in both float and cyclic services and must have high energy to weight as well as energy to volume ratios.1 TYPE OF SIGNAL/POWER CABLE The signal/power cable shall be of 4-core and 6-core. Cable trench should not be less than 0.0 SIGNAL AND POWER CABLE 13. 13.2 BATTERY CHARGER Battery chargers shall be provided to recharge packs specified above. pipes.4 CABLE DUCT HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -13 . 13. Lightning protection shall be provided at the AC end. structures etc. the bottom of the trench shall rise or fall gradually. sewers. 13. in typically hot enclosure with temperatures reaching 60 o Celsius. Charger design must take into account that the charger shall be continuously on 24 hours a day 7 days a week.3 CABLE TRENCH Actual length of trenching should be measured on site and payment should be made according to the rate in the contract. The bottom of the trenches should be form and of smooth contour and any other objects likely to damage the cable sheathing should be removed. The trench excavation and filling in shall be so executed that all roads. shall be reasonably secured against risk of subsidence damage. Successful tendered shall ascertain the actual length of each cable required for each site before ordering. They must be capable of surviving occasional overdischarge or short term overcharging. 1. Actual length of each cable installed shall be measured on site and payment shall be made according tot he rate in the contract. cables. 13. Where change of level is necessary. The chargers shall be capable of float and cyclic charge and be capable of charging a flat battery up to 100% charged state in 20 hours. 12.5m deep.5 mm thickness.Batteries must be rugged and be capable of withstanding occasional rough handling. PVC/SWA/PVC type.

A layer of bricks should be laid on top of the sand to protect the cable. Similarly for complete protection systems shall also be provided at the AC main supply prior to the RTU and instrumentation system. carefully spread over the trench. 13. sewerage pipe crossing. 13.5 CABLE LAID DIRECT ON GROUND Before cable is laid. drain. The lightning protection system shall comprise of :i) ii) iii) Earth Continuity Conductor (5 Ohm ECC’s) Earth Chamber (EC) Lightning Protection Units (LPU’s) 14.0 LIGHTNING PROTECTION UNIT Complete lightning protection system shall be provided at both the transmitting end receiving end of the system. pulse output and communication. The cables shall then laid on this bedding in an orderly manner without over lapping and crossing the cables.2 Must not greater than 5 Ohm. paved or concrete areas cable shall be protected by galvanized steel pipe extended 600mm beyond on both sides. Earthing system shall not be greater than 5 Ohm earth resistance. 13.7 CABLE MARKER Cable marker shall be provided by the Tenderer at every change in direction of underground cable routes and at every 25m of the straight run. Protection for all power.6 CABLE RUN ON WALLS Cable run on walls for indoor shall be mounted on perforated hot dipped galvanized sheet steel cable trays and conduit for outdoor. the galvanized steel pipe shall be 25mm in diameter per cable. the trench shall be thoroughly and any debris and sharp objects shall be removed. water pipe crossings.At road crossings. LIGHTNING PROTECTION UNIT (LPU) The following types of LPU’s shall be provided:a) Surge Reduction Filters (Series Type) HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -14 . signal. The bottom of the trench shall be covered with a layer of 75mmof clean sand. Unless undersized. 14.1 EARTHING RESISTANCE 14.

single pahse. CALIBRATION OF EQUIPMENT a) The Contractor shall arrange for calibration test of each equipment installed. - The TB shall be capable of withstanding continuos overvolatges of up to 10% without any damaged or deterioration of its characteristics.e. in triplicate. ii) having clamping voltage of not more than 36 volts at normal operation of 24 volts. HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -15 . 50 Hz. preferably installed before power supply unit. of the results. v) maximum let through voltage should not exceed 80 volt.b) 15. vi) solid state switch should be provided for protections against prolog current. - The SRF shall be of the in-line type. iii) have a response time of not more than 10 nsec. - The TB shall be :i) rated to withstand 10 KA. 10 Amphs. vii) Rates for 220-240 Vac. and provide certified records. iii) have a response time of not more than 100 picoseconds. vi) Of self-resettable type.0 - The SRF shall provide protection against line transients and overvoltages on AC power lines. iv) a series LC (Inductor Capacitor Filtering) network filtering. - Common mode end differential mode protection should be provided. i. - The SRF shall be :i) rated to withstand 13 kA. 8/20 micro second wave form. RF (radio frequency) filtering is not acceptable. v) common and differential protection. ii) have a clamping voltage of not exceeding 1.6 times of normal operating voltage. iv) continuous current operation rated for uoto 1 Amp DC for DC powered line and 100 mA for signal line. connected in series with the power supply line. Transient Barriers - The Transient Barrier (TB) shall be connected on signaling lines at both ends of the instrumentation system to protect against line transients and overvoltages.

For pipe flows.b) 16. The defective equipment shall be repair or replace free of charge during this period. b) The contractor shall be responsible fot he preparation of suitable test forms to be used in proving of the equipment’s the form shall be submitted to JKR within two weeks of the installation.0 17. c) All equipment shall be guarantee for a period of one year after date of completion against any defects. ACCEPTANCE AND GUARANTEE OF EQUIPMENT a) Upon satisfactory completion of each installation of the work. additional volumetric tests shall be carried out at the discretion of the Superintending officer to confirm emulation accuracy. the Contractor shall prove to the satisfaction of the Superintending Engineer that the accuracy matches or exceeds the specified value.0 After each equipment has been calibrated. DOCUMENTATION The item below 3 copies each Telemetry/SCADA Software Documentation Operation and Maintenance Manual As-Build Drawing RTU internal wiring drawing HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -16 . the contractor shall forward to JKR to copies of Certificate of Completion of work.

18. HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -17 . including traveling costs. The training shall cover calibration of equipment and routine maintenance of the said instruments and system. All expenses relating to this training. The Tenderer shall propose the location. syllabus and duration of the training course.0 TRAINING The Contractor shall provide training facilities to four JKR personnel. shall be borne by the Contractor.

Patung Suction Tank 9. Mak Sabit Reservoir 4. New Bukit Puteri Reservoir - 13. 0-100 l/s for flow measurement. New Bukit Rambutan Reservoir - Twinband Ultrasonic Level Sensor Converter/Transmitter/ Tranducer/etc LPU’s Enclosure Earthing System to 5 * Inlet Flowrate New Bukit Bubus Reservoir 7.Appendix A LIST OF RTU REQURMETN AND MEASUREMENT RANGE Bil Name of RTU Location Description of Measurement Instrument and Equipment Required 1. Felda Selasih Booster Station * Reservoir Water Level 2. Batu Reservoir 8. Bukit Keluang Water Tower * 2 nos Outlet Flowrate 11. Kg. Totalizers Twinband Ultrasonic Flow Meter 4 – 8 digits. Jerteh Suction Tank - 10. Bukit Bunga Clear Water Tank HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE - 0-9 metres for levels measurement. New Bukit Kecil Reservoir 5. New Bukit Gajah Balancing Reservoir 14. - Measurement Range Twinband Ultrasonic Flow Meter Totalizer Converter/Transmitter/ Tranducer/etc LPU’s Enclosure Earthing System to 5 SI -18 . Sg. Felda Selasih Reservoir 3. New Bukit Buluh Reservoir 12. Totalizer Converter/Transmitter/ Tranducer/etc LPU’s Enclosure Earthing System to 5 6.

Level Measurement System Ultrasonic level sensor complete with :- 3. Modification of Telemetry Software at District Engineer office (Besut) Communications System Communications Software Communications Hardware All labors and plants required to carry out the works Training Drawing. documentation and manuals All labours and plants required to carry out the works The supply.Appendix B Summary Scope Of Work For Telemetry System. documentation and manuals Sensor and cable Signal Converter Mounting Bracket Steel enclosure IP 65 LPU for 4-20mA Signal LPU for 24V DC Earthing System 5 Ohm or less earth resistance Training Drawing. 1. delivery and installation of Remote Terminal unit (RTU) complete with :- Analog input Modules Digital input Modules Even Counters Dry Contact Relays Hardware to monitor battery and pumps status (on/off) device Pump run hour device Communication equipment One (1) no. Remote Terminal Units and Power Systems The project scope of work as describe below shall be included in the proposed Telemetry System. The supply. Steel Enclosure IP65 RTU DC/DC Power Converter HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -19 . Instrumentation Systems. installation and commissioning of Telemetry System complete with:- 2. delivery.

documentation and manuals All labours and plants required to carry out the works. DC/AC Power Converter Termination block Lightning protection units (LPU0 for data communication line Lightning protection units (LPU) for Communication Equipment Lightning protection units (LPU) on 4-20 mA signal line Lightning protection units (LPU) 24 DC power line and Earthing System 5 ohm or less earth resistance Training Drawing. Supply. documentation and manuals All labors and plants required to carry out the works Power – throughout – battery systems Battery Charger AC/DC Converter DC/DC Converter 12V DC Seal-Lead Acid Maintenance Free Battery 240V AC Power line Filter Cooling fan 5 Ohm or less earth resistance for earthing systems Training Drawing. delivery and installation of Power System complete with :- 5. HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -20 . documentation and manuals All labours and plants required to carry out the works Flow Measurement System Ultrasonic Flow Sensor complete with :- Sensor and Cable Signal Converter Totalizer Mounting Bracket Steel enclosure IP65 LPU for 4-20 mA Signal LPU for 24V DC System Earthing System 5 or less earth reinstane Training Drawing.Appendix B (Cont’d) 4.

I. HLA96/BESUT/SPEC/SI-INST TELE SI -21 . pipe cable d uct.Appendix C Provisional Scope of Work Signal/Power Cable and Trenching Material and works as described below shall be included in the Telemetry System. 3. Cable Markers - Supply. 4. delivery and laying of four (4) and (6) core – 2. Signal/Power cable - Supply. - All labours and plants required to carry out the works. Cable Ducts - Supply. delivery and laying 50mm G. 2.5mm. - All labours and plants required to carry out the works. delivery and fitting of cable markers. 1. - All labours and plants required to carry out the works. - All labours and plants required to carry out the works Trenching - Excavation and backfilling.