Model 1700 Controller/ Model 1708/1716 RTU's
Wireless SCADA and Telemetry
Zetron SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) and telemetry system offers practical, economical monitoring and control remote sites via radio. The SCADA System is comprised of 3 parts: Remote Terminal Units (RTUs), System Controller, and Control Program.
Zetron RTUs such as the Model 1708 and Model 1716, are units typically installed at remote sites to collect data from contact closures, pulse counters, and analog voltage or current signals. RTUs also offer digital and analog outputs for remote control of process variables. The inputs/outputs can monitor and control level, pressure, temperature, security, power etc. from switches or transducers. Zetron RTUs detect changes in input signals and transmit exception reports immediately, when polled by the Controller, or both. Once the Control Program sees a data change, it can initiate corrective action by sending output commands to the same or different RTU. The Model 1700 system controller is located at the central site and is connected between the central radio and a PC. The controller sends and receives data between the central PC and the remote sites. The MODBUS system software is the brain of the SCADA system and allows the user to monitor, control, display, log, print, poll, etc. system data from the PC.
The Zetron SCADA System can communicate with and be controlled by process control applications or programmable logic controllers (PLC) via the MODBUS communications protocol. MODBUS is an industrial industry standard communications protocol allowing devices from different manufacturers to communicate. The MODBUS protocol can control and monitor the M1700 control hardware, which in turn communicates with the remote terminal units, M1708 and M1716s. Existing SCADA systems or PLCs utilizing MODBUS can also control the M1700.
Zetron offers Lookout� Software, developed by National Instruments, a highly productive automation software package with an easy-to-use interface. Lookout is used to control, monitor, analyze, or report on your industrial automation applications. The easiest to use HMI SCADA software on the market, it includes an extensive library of graphics, Internet connection with the web client feature, trending data display, dial out alarms to a commercial paging service and much more. The software packages range from 50 points to unlimited with client licenses.
CONNECTIONS / INSTALLATION
�Model 1795 is a steel NEMA 4 case, size 20" x 24" x 8", wiring cables, backplane size 17" x 21", 7AH battery, 2 amp charger/supply.
�Model 1796 is a fiberglass NEMA 4X case, size 20" x 24" x 8", wiring cables, backplane size 17" x 21", 7AH battery, 2 amp charger/supply.
�Model 1797 is a fiberglass NEMA 4X case, size 13" x 15" x 6", wiring cables, backplane size 11" x 13", 7AH battery, 2 amp charger/supply.
The RTUs are attached to a custom metal backplane with a mounting area for mobile or handheld radios, heaters, industrial relays, signal conditioners, or other industrial electronics required for the application. The customer only needs to drill and mount an external antenna, drill and connect external power, and install radio to the metal backplane via mounting holes.
Digital inputs � 16 for M1716
8 Control outputs � 16 for M1716
|4 Analog inputs � 8 for M1716
�0-5VDC or 4-20mA
�8 bit, 256 level AD converter
4 Analog outputs for M1716 only
Model 1700 Controller
�Flat audio in
and flat audio out
�13.8VDC nominal, 10.5-16VDC
�Battery 12V, 12amp-hr, lead-acid cell
|7.55" W x 10.5" D x 2.25" H|
|0-60 degrees Celsius|
|APPROVALS||FCC Part 15|
Pentium class PC running at 90MHZ or
WISCO International, Inc. -
MIAMI, FL U.S.A.
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