Power - Energy, power protection: The UNO-4683 is an IEC 61850-3/IEEE 1613 certified substation computer with domain I/O modules. This is a Control Engineering 2014 Engineers’ Choice finalist.
The UNO-4683 is a new IEC 61850-3 and IEEE 1613 certified substation computer and four new domain plug-in I/O modules (UNOP-1514C, UNOP-1618D, UNOP-1628D and UNOP-1624D).
The fanless UNO-4683 with Intel Core i7 processor, compact 2U rack-mount form factor, dual power input (100 to 240 Vac, 106 to 250 Vdc), and advanced computing technology delivers robustness and reliability. Certified with IEC 61850-3 and IEEE 1613 standards, the UNO-4683 is able to communicate with different devices across substations and also comes with a wide range of communication interfaces and flexible expansion capabilities, including six Ethernet ports with LAN redundant teaming functionality, six USB ports, and two RS-232/422/485 isolated serial ports. Three configurable domain I/O expansion slots are also open for users to select the UNOP I/O modules to meet their application needs.
UNOP modules are also compliant with the IEC 61850-3 and IEEE 1613 standards; the UNOP-1624D is a 4-port isolated RS-232/422/485 card with IRIG B support, whilst the UNOP-1514C comes with 4-port Fiber Optic LAN support. There are also two 8-port RS-232/422/485 I/O modules: the UNO-1618D without port-to-port isolation and the UNO-1628D with port-to-port isolation.
These UNOP modules can be easily configured and integrated into the UNO-4673A/4683 models, which have been designed with LED indicators on their front panel to indicate the system running status. Therefore, users can easily see the status of the UNOP modules through these LED indicators. They also enhance the UNO-4673A /4683's open architecture capability, allowing them to serve as excellent gateways, controllers or protocol servers at substations.
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