SCADA systems controller provides 32-bit processor, basic functions
Control Microsystems announces its high-powered, low-cost SCADAPack 314 controller, designed as a back-to-basics solution for effective processing at a low cost.
Ottawa, Ontario — Control Microsystems, global developer of advanced SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) products, announced the SCADAPack 314, a controller built on its proven SCADAPack 300 series platform and providing high performance at a low cost.space is at a premium.
Featuring industry-standard Modbus and DNP3 serial protocols and a choice of flexible programming languages, the SCADAPack 314 is simple to integrate and deploy. When integrated with Control Microsystems’ SCADA host software, ClearSCADA, users are able to perform remote configuration, application downloads, and time stamped data mapping directly into the historian. The unit also includes two RS-232/485 serial communication ports and a high-speed USB peripheral port.
“In response to recent challenges felt by the global market, end users can now procure the functionality they need without paying for features they will not use,” says Dale Symington, VP of product strategy. “It offers fundamental performance features at a very competitive price.” The SCADAPack 314 is priced at $995.00 and is available now.
– Edited by Renee Robbins, senior editor
Control Engineering News Desk
HMI, Operator Interface, SCADA channel
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