SCADA-Mux Statistical Multiplexer - SPP-04 / SPP-08 / SPP-16 / SPP-24 / SPP-32


4, 8, 16, 24, or 32 Channel Multiplexer Designed for SCADA


  • Specifically designed for SCADA protocols
  • Works with any asynchronous SCADA protocol
  • Optional internal 56/64 Kbps DSU/CSU
  • Composite via Synchronous or Asynchronous link
  • Port speeds to 57.6 Kbps on 4-port unit, 38.4 Kpbs on larger units
  • Asynchronous composite to 115.2 Kbps
  • Synchronous composite to 128 Kbps
  • Network Management Port
  • Remote set up and testing
  • Composite is full duplex asynchronous, synchronous, analog modem (leased line or dial-up), or DDS
  • 4, 8, 16, 24, or 32 asynchronous channels
  • Works well with spread spectrum radios
  • Test message generation
  • "Data Scope" functions to allow monitoring of any data port
  • "Copy Command" for remote training
  • Composite link is error corrected

FEATURES
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATIONS

General
Port Specifications
Network Specifications
Operating Modes
Indicators (front panel)
Network Management Port
Network Management Port Commands
Physical/Electrical
Download The Manual
Options

APPLICATION


FEATURES

DESCRIPTION


The SCADA-MUX multiplexer concentrates 4 or more asynchronous data streams over a synchronous or asynchronous composite network link. All port parameters are set with an asynchronous terminal connected to the network management port or port 1. Set-up procedures are menu driven and fully explained on screen. All configuration parameters are maintained through power outages.


The asynchronous ports may be individually set for speeds up to 57.6 Kbps (38.4 Kbpson larger units). Hardware (CTS/Busy high or low) or software (Xon/Xoff even, odd, mark, space or transparent) flow control is also set on a port by port basis.


The composite is asynchronous or synchronous full duplex lines either analog or digital. The composite can be run at speeds up to 128 Kbps synchronous or 115.2 Kbps asynchronous. The composite may be used through analog leased lines, dial-up modems, ISDN TAs, radio modems, digital DSUs, satellite, or equivalent links.


The network management port includes local and remote configuration commands. The Show Configuration Commands allow the system manager to view the configuration settings of both the local and remote SCADA-MUX. Network management features include port and composite loopbacks, capture of a remote or local port, send a test message to an individual local or remote port, set multiplexer ID for node identification and a built-in "data line monitor" which allows the monitoring of the transmit or receive lines at the local multiplexer. A unique feature of the multiplexer is the Copy Command. This command allows a trainer at the host site to "copy" any local or remote port to view exactly what the user is entering. This feature can save thousands of training dollars by eliminating travel expenses.


The SCADA-MUX multiplexer has a side panel access for firmware cartridge installation. This feature simplifies installation of upgrades for new features and functions.


The SCADA-MUX is compatible with virtually all async RTU systems. You can save thousands of dollars by concentrating your RTU links on one line while delivering top performance. In addition, with features like the loopback, test message, ID, monitor and copy commands, you can take charge of your network like never before. They are ideal for use with point-to-point wireless links... add SCADA-Mux instead of duplicating the wireless link.


Single and multiple unit rack mounting and chassis mounts are available.



SPECIFICATIONS
General
Asynchronous Statistical Multiplexing with SCADA Protocol Compatibility
4, 8, 16, 24, or 32 channels
Ports speeds up to 57,600 bps on the 4 port unit, 38.4 Kbps on larger units
Port Specifications
Data Format
1 Start bit
8 Data bits including parity if used
1 Stop bit
10 Bits total (11 Bit firmware optional)
Rates: 300, 1200, 1800, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 57,600 bps individually selectable per port
Interface: CCITT V.24, RS-232-D
Connectors: RJ-45 (8-wire)
Buffering: 64K dynamically allocated
Port Flow Control: Set on an individual port basis Port Protocols: Individual ports may use any asynchronous protocol
Network Specifications
Rates: Follows modem clock signals to 128 Kbps synchronous, 115.2 Kbps asynchronous
Interface: CCITT V.24, RS-232-D
Connector: RJ-45 (per EIA/TIA 561 spec for RS-232 in a modular 8 position connector)
Error Correction: Automatic retransmission
Network to modem/DSU cable included
Operating Modes
Normal on-line multiplexing
Network loopback
Indicators (front panel)
Power, Multiplexing, Receive Error, Modem Ready, Option, Port 1 Setup, Loopback
Network Management Port
Interface: CCITT V.24, RS-232-D
Connector: RJ-45 (8-wire)
Can be mapped to Port 1
Network Management Port to terminal cable included
Network Management Port Commands
Help Screen
Remote Test Loop
Monitor Transmit
Monitor Receive
Network Loopback
Flow Control Active
Set Time

LOCAL & REMOTE:
Show Configuration
Show Network
Configure Ports
Port Loopback
Device Type
Reset
Capture Port
Copy Port
Send Test Message
Activity Counters
Physical/Electrical
Power requirements: 120 VAC, 30-43 Watts, .25-.36 Amps
101/4" x 93/4" x 2 1/4" (larger units are taller)
Options
56 Kbps internal DSU/CSU ISM Band transceiver Dial-up modem

Rear view of 4 port SCADA-MUX Multiplexer


APPLICATION


How to Order

SCADA-Mux PRICING:
SPP-04 4 (async) Port SCADA-MUX Multiplexer $ 995
SR-DSU4 Internal 56/64 Kbps DSU for SCADA-MUX $ 250
SPP-08 8 (async) Port SCADA-MUX Multiplexer $ 1295
SPP-16 16 (async) Port SCADA-MUX Multiplexer $ 1995
SPP-24 24 (async) Port SCADA-MUX Multiplexer $ 2795
SPP-32 32 (async) Port SCADA-MUX Multiplexer $ 3495

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