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IEC60870-5-101 Master–IEC60870-5-101 Slave–IEC60870-5-104 Client
IEC60870-5-104 Server–IEC60870-5-103 Master–IEC60870-5-101/104 Suite
IEC61850 Server–IEC61850 Client– HSR/PRP Network redundancy
DNP3 Slave/Server–DNP3 Master/Client–WITS DNP3
SNMP Agent –SNMP Client (manager)–MQTT Client–OPC UA Server
DF1 Master–Ethernet/IP Tag Client–Flex I/O–Point I/O
Full Modbus suite–Multitasking PLC runtime
Flexible RTU Architecture
Start with a CPU and power supply, then add I/O or system modules (4x serial, 4x Ethernet..etc.). Powerful and ‘future proof’ CPU The i.MX6 200-900MHz processor runs embedded RT OS
In a fixed or segmented arrangement Create an RTU solution using +200 I/O modules, that can be distributed in multiple segments/blocks. Smart Modules with ID, Data Quality and Timestamps. Link to video
In addition to reporting of data values – modules also report data quality, firmware and hardware revision, status, timestamp of last change (1ms resolution), serial numbers, module temperature, debaunce in ms and more. Compact Size – with front terminations. All of the modules are only 110mmH x 25mmW x 95mmD
DIN Rail Mount – two part modules
Each module comprises of a lower backplane bus portion that mounts on the DIN rail and an upper module portion.
Hot Swap Modules
A module can be replaced/swapped while the RTU is operational. Module configuration parameters will then be automatically updated.
Fail Safe I/O
Each I/O module including the Power Supply modules has a 200 Mhz CPU, This enables local control at I/O module level, you can decide what happens if communication to CPU is lost, set the analog out to a predefined level, keep the relay at last state or force them to high or low. With intelligent modules you can bring your complete solution to a safe state in case of a failure.
Add another P/S or CPU module. Add another power supply to share the load and takeover if the other unit fails, or add another CPU module to increase the system availability.
RTU setup from a tablet/phone. The option for WiFi allows secure access to the RTU web server using a browser to easily manage RTU configuration and view data values/graphics.
Industrial Security Requirements
Security of data, restriction of access to configuration setup and version control have all been enhanced to meet the latest industry requirements and expectations. Other new features include HTTPS (secure/encrypted web connections) and VPN (with support for multiple connections).
Network Redundancy Protocols – HSR and PRP
The RTU32M includes HSR (High Availability Seamless Redundancy) and PRP (Parallel Redundancy Protocol) and Network Bonding. These interfaces are used in substation automation applications to provide ring and
parallel network solutions.
RTU32M Worksuite – Software tools to manage your application
WorkSuite includes ‘wizards’ for creation of the I/O setup and program variables. Create and edit logic applications using IEC61131-3 function blocks, ladder logic and structured text programs. Utility Industry Protocols Many products claim to have RTU functionality – but most do not have a full suite of protocols. RTU32M protocols include; MODBUS, IEC60870, DNP3, IEC61850, Ethernet/IP, Profinet, MQTT and SNMP.
Web Server configuration and html5 user displays
Easy access to setup/data The RTU32M web Server allows access to the RTU setup. Change port settings, update firmware, monitor network activity and more from a web interface. Publish user displays as html pages for display on your tablet or phone.