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RCS-7 Linux

Dec
3
2008

RCS-7 Linux is a new generation SCADA system using the stability and cost efficiency of Linux with the proven history of the RCS-7. RCS-7 Linux is designed to support light-weight systems with just a few hundred points or mega-systems with a 250,000+ points utilizing multiple SCADA servers and distributed operator control centers. RCS-7

  • Real-time SCADA system
  • Intel or AMD based platforms
  • Field proven in diverse applications
  • Distributed SCADA servers and Operator stations
  • User configurable
  • Fully supported
    BENEFITS
  • Cost-effective hardware and software
  • XML input/output interface for IT applications
  • Designed for easy maintenance
  • Support for legacy applications and equipment
  • Distributed processors, multiple SCADA servers and workstations
  • A single processor can be used for smaller systems
  • Low cost of ownership
  • Auspex field support
    OPERATIONAL FEATURES
  • Telemetry data collection and storage
  • Alarm generation, display and recording
  • Real-time calculations
  • Pop-up windows for operator actions
  • Device statistics
  • Data display and entry
  • Composed data points (many to one for alarming)
  • On-line help
    TELEMETRY
  • Multiple protocols
  • Data validation
  • Data conversion
  • Exception processing
  • Process status, analog and accumulator data
  • Range, limit and statistical data processing
    ALARMS
  • User configured alarm format
  • Alarm acknowledge/erase
  • Persistent alarming of critical points
    CONTROLS
  • Device control commands
  • Digital commands
  • Analog commands
  • Monitor and report control progress
    DATA DISPLAY
  • Multiple monitor workstations
  • Alarms
  • Trends
  • Barcharts
  • Status and numerical
  • Tabular displays
    SIZING
  • 16 data point types, 11 user defined
  • 63 telemetry channels
  • 1000 logical field devices (RTUs or PLCs)
  • Unlimited formats




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