The new protocol converters in the Resygate product line from Phoenix Contact now allow distributed stations to be monitored more easily and at a lower cost.
Resygate devices convert many standard communication protocols, such as from water management or energy supply, into modern, standardised tele-control protocols. This reduces interface costs in the control system. The formation of sub-networks allows more effective use of IP address ranges. The following protocols are converted into TCP/IP-based communication according to IEC 60870-5-101 bal or IEC 60870-5-104:
Users can select the optimum choice from two device classes for their data volume. Two converters are available: the Resygate 1000 for up to 500 process variables and Resygate 3000 for up to 4000 process variables. Resygate is also equipped with pre-installed software that allows all distributed stations to be configured from a single location. Guided parameterisation, during which plausibility is immediately checked, makes configuration quick and easy. This reduces the cost of commissioning and operation.
Further detail about the Reysgate protocol converters can be found at www.phoenixcontact.co.uk.