Wireless encrypting transceiver
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc.’s new SEL-3022 wireless encrypting transceiver.
Pullman, WA —Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. (SEL) introduced its new SEL-3022 wireless encrypting transceiver. Its claimed attributes are:
Avoiding exposing personnel to hazardous conditions;
Keeping enclosure and control house doors shut;
Using the 802.11b wireless interface;
Installing SEL software to add an encrypted serial port without changing the applications or communications programs;
Connecting the SEL-3022 wireless-encrypting transceiver to an EIA-232 port on the equipment;
Locating equipment where vandals cannot reach it;
Keeping gates and control house doors locked; and
Locking out cyberintruders using approved encryption and authentication.
Pricing is $740, including a: SEL-3022, SEL-5810 encrypted serial-port software, and antenna.
— Richard Phelps , senior editor, Control Engineering