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MWM Tem-Evolution engines control

MWM Tem-Evolution engines control

MWM Tem-Evolution engines control

I work at a landfield that uses MWM generator make energy, and those engines are controled by Avat software Tem-Evo, but would be good to control it remote and Avat have a new software E²VIEW Cockpit, but my company don't want to upgrade, and i really would like to test it, can some one get me a copy of the program? i already have the control unit, only need the software upgrade, so if some one could get me a copy of the, E²VIEW Cockpit, i would love it, here is the data sheet https://www.avat.de/fileadmin/user_upload/PanelPC_...
Thanks for your help.

RE: MWM Tem-Evolution engines control

Please tell us you are not asking for a pirated copy of software.

Keith Cress
kcress - http://www.flaminsystems.com

RE: MWM Tem-Evolution engines control

I do not know anything about this new software, but often there is a demonstration preview version available for s limited time.

I am not sure what are the benefits of this AVAT software.

The TEM does have a data port through which it can be monitored and controlled.

There are other ways of monitoring the TEM, remember that the TEM is an engine management system, not in its basic form a plant monitoring and control system.

The TEM layout expects that there will be a "superior" plant control system, and others, eg COMAP have developed this.

I suggest that you look further into this.

RE: MWM Tem-Evolution engines control

please ENG Hoxton
what other ways to monitor or control TEM-EVO SYSTEM

RE: MWM Tem-Evolution engines control

The TEM-EVO is an engine controller supplied by MWM with their gas engines. Other gas engine manufacturers (Caterpillar, Cummins, Jenbacker etc also have dedicated engine controllers.

In the case of the TEM, this is solely and engine management system, the only thing it does with the ac generator is to monitor the stator RTDs.

The TEM relies on a higher level controller to give start and stop commands as well as issuing the generator power demand etc.

The TEM is supplied by MWM in a small Rittal cabinet, complete with cables to connect to the engine wiring. This cabinet is usually mounted near the engine.

The TEM Screen is usually mounted on the front of the generator set control panel. This panel will contain the synchronizer and other control devices. The generator breaker panel which naturally will contain the breaker (usually low voltage), is usually mounted alongside the generator control panel.

Is you arrangement like this?

If so, then what AVAT seem to have done is to design a generator control panel, but without a power breaker panel.

If this is the case, then this AVAT panel is of no use to you, as you will have something that perform the same function.

If you require to remotely control and monitor your MWM sets, then I suggest that you first talk to the supplier / packer of your generating set package, since the generator control panel may have the option for remote control.

Otherwise, you may have to install a new control panel, which may be too complicated.

RE: MWM Tem-Evolution engines control

Sorry to take so long to get back to this, but add been out. What i want is exacly to have acess to TEM, because my company have 5 location (some of them more then half hour away) and would be good to control them remotely, i know system have this otpion and in 2 of newer locations i have a remote control of them but not completely, it it very limited, for exemple i cannot view witch warnings or fails the engine has, it would be good to check them before i got there (to take replace parts in advance).
If i could control the TEM of each engine (we have 11 in 3 diferent models) via TEAMVIEWER or something like that it would be good enough, but i dont know if can get on there system or use another paralle unit.
Can you point me the right way to get closer to this?

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