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Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Solutions

Raveon’s Unique Features for SCADA Applications

  • High-speed over the air data rates. 19200bps in 25kHz channel, 9600bps in 12.5kHz.
  • Remote status monitoring including DC voltage, packet error statistics, modem “up time”, and receiver signal strength.
  • RS-232, RS422, RS485 on all M7 radios. RS232 is standard, and RS422 and 485 options are available.
  • Very fast Transmit-to-Receive turn around.  3mS attack time enables very fast polling in your wireless telemetrysystem.
  • Easy to use. Plug-in, Turn-on, and GO.  Transmit data in = Receive data out.
  • Low Cost. Raveon’s M7 series of wireless data modems are the most economical data radio modems on the market.
  • Remote “PING”   From any modem, a user may send a “PING” to any other radio modem to find out the link signal strength.  This allows quick diagnostics, easy antenna alignment, and reduced site visits.
  • Lowest current draw in industry.  Most Raveon wireless modems draw less than 90mA when fully operational, and some are less than 80mA.
  • Wide input voltage with high-efficiency switching voltage regulator.
  • Packetized AND Streaming Data.  Integrated Packetized data protocol with error correction and built-in Streaming Real-Time operation. User selectable.
  • ARQ error correction and retransmission capability.  Totally transparent to the application.
  • Capable of store-and-forward repeating operation.
  • Small size.   Extruded aluminum enclosure is small, and very rugged.
  • 16 bit addressing for up to 65,525 different unique device addresses per channel.  Radio channels may be shared with no interference between users.
  • Supports group and broadcast transmissions.  Network mask allows groups of any size.
  • Easily to configure.  FireLine modems are configured using “AT” commands through the modem’s serial port or by using Raveon’s Windows-based Radio Manager configuration program.  There is no need for a separate serial link to the modem to configure or manage it.
  • RS-232 serial input and output.  Programmable serial baud rates up to 115400 make the FireLine compatible with most every PLC, PC, and HMI device made.
  • Programmable over-the-air data rates.   With the FireLine, YOU can choose how your system will work.  Set the OTA data slower for extended communication range, or set it fast for lowest latency.  Your choice.
  • SkyLine compatibility mode for use in older Sonik radio systems.
M7 Wireless Modems

M7s Series Wireless Modems

Ideal for SCADA and Telemetry applications, the M7 series of products features: 1/2-5 watts of RF output in the 450-480MHz (other bands available), range of 5-50 miles, ultra-fast T-R switching time of 3mS, store-and-forward repeater capability, remote “Ping” capability, voltage, temperature, and current monitoring, and RS232/422/485 interfaces available.  Perfect for SCADA, remote control, telemetry, mobile-data, and AVL applications.

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Raveon’s RV-M RV-M8 series of OEM data radio modems are a high-speed FCC compliant data radio designed for telemetry, wireless data, GPS, and remote control applications.  Utilize these 5 watt RF modems in your product to communicate very long-range.
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Raveon’s Tech Series data radio modems are high performance, rugged, modular data radio modems available for use on any of the UHF, VHF, 220MHz, or 916MHz bands.

They have a myriad of IO options, and some can be used as RTU with general purpose IOs.

With its field-configurable I/O interface, the Tech Series can be configured for RS-232, RS-422, RS485, USB, GPIO, FIO or Analog interfaces in house or in the field as needed.

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Raveon’s RV-M21 and RV-M22 modems have a General Purpose IO option.

GPIO Interface Options:   (Configurable)

  • Switched DC power output
  • Analog Inputs to measure voltage
  • Open Drain Switched output driver
  • Digital Input for data bits or switch status.

Use MODBUS RTU commands to read or set the outputs.

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Filed under: SCADA and Telemetry | Posted on September 25th, 2015 by chris sonnenberg

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