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Any SSE-RTU12 can request data from any other SSE-RTU12, and/or
report any data to any other SSE-RTU12 on the communication network.
By using I/O Mapping, the transmitted data or received data can be
mapped or routed to the received SSE-RTU12 internal data structure
to be used for control and decision making purposes.
Data can be reported to any number of other SSE-RTU12’s or SCADA’s
on the communication network. The reporting can happen either on
change of state for digital or change of value for analogue inputs.
Data will also be transmitted when requested by the base station
were the SSE-OPC Server resides.
Any analogue or digital input can be configured as event driven
inputs. All parameters to make the inputs are user configurable from
the SSE-OPC configuration toolbox.
All change of state events are time stamped at the SSE-RTU12. The
new value with the time stamp will then be transmitted to the
destination for processing.
The SSE-RTU has a unique functionality by which it can be configured
to extract data from a number of other intelligent devices such as
PLC’s, flow meters, controllers, power meters, etc. The following
protocols are supported:
Modbus RTU Master
Modbus RTU Slave
IEC 60870-5-101 (Slave)
DNP 3 (Slave - Level 3)
Over and above the reporting of Change of State values to other
RTU’s or SCADA system, the SSE-RTU12 can also be configured to send
text messages to Mobile Cell Phone users to report alarms. The text
describing the alarm condition received on the Mobile phone is
completely configurable by the end user or client.