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Integration into TIA Portal for simpler engineering of telecontrol solutions

Advanced Controller Simatic S7-1500

The module connects Simatic S7-1500-based remote stations to a telecontrol control center using telecontrol protocol Sinaut ST7, and can also be used as a node or master station. In the event of a fault, data losses are prevented and values are transferred in their historically correct sequence after re-establishing the connection to the control center by the integrated processor and a RAM memory which buffers a maximum of 100,000 telegrams with time stamp.
Remote Terminal Units (RTUs) can be used to monitor and control geographically widespread automated plants from a control center. For communication the S7-1500 stations with TIM 1531 IRC use public and private networks (remote networks). In order to connect to these networks using external industrial routers such as Scalance M, the TIM 1531 IRC comes with three Ethernet interfaces and a serial interface for connection of a modem. This allows different redundant transmission channels to be established to a higher-level Sinaut ST7 node or master station, ensuring that the Remote Terminal Units remain available even if the primary connection should fail. Media redundancy with an option of cyclical or event-driven data transmission is supplemented by additional features such as an e-mail facility to alert maintenance staff in the event of exceeded thresholds, and a comprehensive range of diagnostic functions.

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