Power automation requires a complicated and sophisticated architecture. As a result, system integrators and software developers need optimal solutions that can withstand tough conditions. These solutions require powerful controllers with multiple serial ports for legacy device connection. They must also perform front-end tasks, such as data acquisition, numerical computing, data distribution, and remote device monitoring and management. Network redundancy is also essential to ensuring the continuous system operation of power automation applications. In addition, the effects of extreme temperature fluctuations must be overcome to maintain system stability.
The DA-681 and DA-662-I communication embedded computers are communication and protocol gateways that handle multiple devices running different protocols for front-end data computing and protocol conversion.
The DA-681 communication embedded computer is a protocol gateway that handles multiple devices running different protocols for front-end data computing and protocol conversion. The DA-681 complies with IEC 61850-3 power certification which is capable of protecting aga inst electrical surges, EMI, and other environmental threats.
The DA-682 communication embedded computer serves as an embedded backbone host and central controller for data analysis, processing, and transmission back to the control center.
The DA-660 series communication embedded computers provide uninterrupted communication for data recovery. In the event of an accident, users can still retrieve their records, which are safely stored on the DA-660 computer. In addition, the DA-660 series also serves as a protocol converter.
Automatic Meter Reading
The W325, IA240 series, and IA260 series embedded computers store metering data, convert it from proprietary protocols to the standard protocols used by the automation system, performs front-end computing, and then transmits the data to central servers wirelessly.