Internet-enabled RTU with Linux

Friday, 31 January, 2003 | Supplied by: http://www.ats.nl/



Sixnet's distributor ATS announces the introduction of VersaTRAK IPm, an Internet enabled RTU (remote terminal unit) with the flexibility of Linux.

This industrial module is designed for rugged industrial ratings (UL, CSA, CE, DNV and Zone 2 rated). It is an applications-ready RTU in a Windows environment. ISaGRAF enables programming applications in any of the five IEC 61131-3 languages either individually or in combination. It has an embedded web server, unlimited I/O expansion, data logging and timestamping and standalone control of remote sites.

VersaTRAK IPm can be used as an open platform for Linux-based applications and is equipped with Linux open-source tools. Special I/O drivers or Linux application programs can be added to meet future requirements.

VersaTRAK IPm is an open and versatile RTU that meets the demand for communications from ethernet to radios, multi-user connectivity and advanced programming.

Though it is built on the open Linux operating system, no knowledge of Linux is required in most applications. All existing ISaGRAF user programs will load and run in an IPm without any changes.

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