GPRS remote terminal unit RTU-LP-ST

GPRS remote terminal unit
GPRS remote terminal unit
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RTU-LP-ST RTU/Low Power Datalogger with GSM/GPRS modem and integrated I/O's RTU-LP is a Low Power RTU/dataloggers family for remote control and data collection of unattended remote sites. The RTU-LP-ST version integrates a Quad Band GSM/GPRS 850/900/1800/1800 MHz modem, 8 I/O channels (4 galvanically isolated digital inputs with 4 totalizers, 2 analog inputs in voltage/current, 2 relay outputs 30 Vdc) and 2 MB Flash memory for data collection. The module can supply power to external sensors (max 100 mA) with automatic pre-ignition and can operate independently for up to 3 years with the standard Li-Ion 13,000 mA/h @10.8 V batteries supplied. The operating modes include data transmission on an event or on request (via SMS or FTP Server), temporary switch-on for receiving and/or sending messages and temporary switch-on on an event. When purchasing a product (RTU-LP-ST, RTU-LP-ST1 or RTU-LP-ST2), the A-GSM antenna accessory is also supplied (as shown in the product image). The IP65 external housing is also available for harsh environment applications. TECHNICAL DATA POWER SUPPLY8..30 Vdc (standard battery pack and extended battery packs are optional) POWER CONSUMPTION3 mW (medium) DURATION OF ELECTRICAL AUTONOMY3 years CONNECTIONSDB9-Female connector: interface V.24 RS232 SMA Connector: for external antennas I/O's connectors: M6 removable terminals MODEMGSM/GPRS Quad band FEATURESI/O's acquisition and data logging Transmission Data connection / SMS Dedicated Functions Automatic daily data sent COMMUNICATION PORTS1 UART GSM port 1 V24-RS232 serial port, half-duplex, local link, settable speed: 1.200.. 115.200 baud rate SUPPORTED PROTOCOLSModBUS RTU, FTP client, SMS
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