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PRODUCTS > Mobile operated Starter

Introduction(Mobile operated Starter)

Generally, a substantial amount of time and energy is spent a farmer to visit his farm for operating motor pump set. The farmer has to travel to fields often during odd hours and in an unfavorable weather just to switch ON/OFF the motor due to unexpected erratic power supply system.

Physical effort and inconvenience:
  • Farmers have to travel to fields often at odd hours just to switch ON/OFF the motor due to erratic power supply system.
  • Often face the risk of wild animals, snakes, hazardous terrain and electric shocks while traveling to the fields in the darkness.
  • Existing aids like auto-starters are unreliable and incapable of communicating the operating state of the motor.
  • Where a farmer has more than one motor pump set; he has to run around to make sure that all the motor pumps are working when the power is available.

Loss/ Frequent damage of irrigation equipment:
  • Motors and starters often get damaged due to voltage fluctuations, faults in three phase connectivity, and running of motor while water is not getting pumped.
  • A delay in knowing about problem, and getting motors repaired, often results in crops not getting irrigated effectively and hence a loss in crop yield.
  • Motors, starters and cables located on fields are easy targets for thieves.

Wastage of water and electricity:
  • At times, motor pumps are left running for longer than what is necessary because of the effort involved in switching OFF the motor. This leads to wastage of both electricity and water
  • Excessive watering results in soil erosion, wastage in fertilizers used and hence a loss in productivity. Excess fertilizer run-off in to larger water bodies (lakes and rivers), further impacts environment
  • Indiscriminate use of resources is also resulting in exploitation of ground water beyond recharging capacity. Falling water tables further result in increased suction head, and demand greater energy needs
Updated on: 25 Feb 2014
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