View and Control Boilers Remotely

The Parker Boiler Remote View (PV-8.4) is a remote terminal and web server that allows the remote viewing and control of properly equipped Parker Boilers and auxiliary equipment.The Parker Boiler Remote View (PV-8.4) is a remote terminal and web server that allows the remote viewing and control of properly equipped Parker Boilers and auxiliary equipment.

The Parker Boiler Remote View (PV-8.4) is a remote terminal and web server that allows the remote viewing and control of properly equipped Parker Boilers and auxiliary equipment.

The Parker Boiler Remote View (PV-8.4) is a remote terminal and web server that allows the remote viewing and control of properly equipped Parker Boilers and auxiliary equipment.

The Parker Boiler Remote View (PV-8.4) is a remote terminal and web server that allows the remote viewing and control of properly equipped Parker Boilers and auxiliary equipment. The 8.4-inch touch screen can be located up to 100 feet from the boiler and can be connected with a single pair wire.

In addition the device can be connected to the local network for viewing from any connected computer with a standard web browser. With the proper connection, the boiler and system can be viewed from anywhere via the Internet. A Parker Gateway can be incorporated to allow the building BAS to communicate with Parker Remote View (PV-8.4, PV-LL). The Remote View is a solution for small buildings and industrial facilities where a full building automation system is not available or desired, but control and status of systems is desired.

The Remote View is custom designed for the job and may have many screens that show operational parameters of the boiler and allow control of the setpoint temperature (including outside air reset) and auxiliary equipment. The remote view is self-contained; no additional hardware or software is required. If Lead Lag from the Parker View is required the PV-LL is used. With PV-LL control system set point is monitored and controlled, boilers are staged and modulated to meet load requirements. Pump control is also provided.

Typical screens include burner and light off indication, temperature control, inlet and outlet temperature, firing rate, outside air setback switch, and pump status.

The Status screen displays all safety sensors, limits and levels, and their status; similar to pilot lights on the boiler control panel. The Alarm History screen displays the last five alerts and lockouts and a cycle count of the boiler operation. The Scheduler screen allows a boiler on-off schedule to be set up on a weekly basis. The Temperature Trend screen displays a chart of boiler temperature over time. Auxiliary Control screen allowing for monitoring of pumps, lights and HVAC units is also available. Depending on the boiler or boilers being monitored screen design may change. When multiple boilers with SOLA are present Parker View Lead Lag (PV-LL) can provide system lead lag control.

Specifications: PV

  • Password protection
  • Internal battery backup, 2000mAH
  • 8.4-inch TFT display and touchscreen, 260K color
  • 10/100 Ethernet Port (wireless option)
  • Modbus RTU port (connects to Parker Boiler) or discrete wired

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