SCADA module for RTU product line

Semaphore, a CSE Global company, has added a 32-bit CPU SCADA software module to its T-BOX line of RTU SCADA system products. MS-CPU32 is compatible with the T-BOX MS Modular System and offers up to 100 times the performance of current T-BOX processors. Based on a 505 MIPS PowerPC processor, MS-CPU32 uses a Linux core, includes two Ethernet ports, and supports up to 16 serial ports in a T-BOX M...

04/01/2008




Semaphore, a CSE Global company, has added a 32-bit CPU SCADA software module to its T-BOX line of RTU SCADA system products. MS-CPU32 is compatible with the T-BOX MS Modular System and offers up to 100 times the performance of current T-BOX processors. Based on a 505 MIPS PowerPC processor, MS-CPU32 uses a Linux core, includes two Ethernet ports, and supports up to 16 serial ports in a T-BOX MS installation. Two MS-CPU32 modules can be installed in a T-BOX MS rack and operate in a Primary/Backup configuration. T-BOX MS allows redundancy in power supplies and communications ports. MS-CPU32 supports sequence-of-events (SOE) recording with a resolution of 1 msec. Information stored with millisecond resolution can be displayed in tabular and trend chart reports as well as in SCADA screens generated by Semaphore WebForms software. Applications programs, developed for use with the T-BOX 16-bit processor, can be converted for use with the MS-CPU32. www.cse-semaphore.com Semaphore





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