The Distributed Automation Hardware Developer Kit includes the following:
BRIDGE MASTER 5.0, USA
A communications device that provides high-performance, reliable, and secure Distributed Network Protocol 3 (DNP3) transport between remote terminal units (RTUs) and data centers. Bridges are manufactured to perform one of two roles, either Master or Remote. Each Master Bridge provides the connection or take-out point for any Distribution Automation (DA) device it communicates with, back to the SCADA system. Remote Bridges connect to RTUs to provide connectivity and communications back to the Master.
FIELD SERVICE UNIT, 5.0, USA
A portable field device that uses RF to communicate with network devices such as meters or Distribution Automation (DA) devices. The FSU can perform a full range of RF configuration and network diagnostic tests, including register reads and firmware upgrades.
NIC 511-0603, GENERIC DA, MESH:900+2.4, 32MB, HW1, USA
Network Interface Card (NIC) integrates under the glass inside partners’ electricity meters to provide wireless networking, both back to utility OT/IT systems and into the customer’s home. The NIC easily installs inside these meters and leverages Itron network devices to form a highly resilient mesh network for the utility. The resulting two-way communications network gives utilities greater efficiency, more reliable service delivery, improved customer satisfaction, and a scalable platform to support advanced smart grid and smart city applications. The NIC accesses demand, consumption, time-of-use and interval data, alarms, and power-quality information from the meter. Its two-way wireless functionality supports remote data acquisition, meter program management, and real-time alerts for meter tampering and outages.
ACCESSORY, ANTENNA, 900MHz, 3dBi, SMA MALE
BRIDGE 4.0/5.0 AC POWER SUPPLY (0-40 C)