Originally Posted by LawnMastersTx
The system only allows one alert level for high flows. I can work with individual zones but I have over 106 controllers, doing individual zones would take a while to complete.
You don't need to work inside the system. Export the data, do the calculations outside the system automatically. You could even set it up so you count the number of deviations in order to set or elevate an alert level. The alert levels determine the level of attention the alert gets based on the zone the alert occurs in. With a comprehensive georeferenced map of the system and installed hardware, determination of work orders based on the level of the alert and the potential problem in the zone would be relatively simple.
Point being, it can be done, and the potential water savings that can be achieved using checks should not be determined by the inability to work the data.