Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems are continuously relied on to support the most demanding industrial applications and keep your operations running efficiently. Keep your assets connected to enhance productivity and safety across your operations with the ACE3600 Remote Terminal Unit (RTU).
The ACE3600 aims to make automation and monitoring of your complex processes robust and cohesive by connecting across a variety of communication media and data processing protocols. Enhanced security features also ensure your operations aren’t compromised and productivity doesn’t cease.
Modular design and abundant customization enable the ACE3600 to fit your specific SCADA needs. You can start small and grow, confident that the powerful processor can handle complex applications and keep your operations connected even as your needs or technologies evolve.
High-Performance, Real-Time Processing Power
Whether caused by a storm, theft or just aging infrastructure, disruptions to performance and the inability to pinpoint abnormalities decreases your productivity and can put personnel in harm’s way. The ACE3600’s processing power provides accurate data analysis and communication for the most critical, and demanding SCADA applications to ensure optimal operation.
Versatile Communications Capabilities
You want every opportunity to save money and optimize performance. The ACE3600 RTU is designed to use a variety of digital and analog interfaces so you are never locked into proprietary solutions. This flexible communications capability enables the ACE3600 to connect with several local devices, analyze the data and send that information to various other locations. Data transmission and processing is supported simultaneously across multiple communication media and industry standard data protocols including MODBUS, M-OPC, DNP 3 and IEC60870-5-101.
Apply the same state-of-the-art security features that Motorola provides for military and critical enterprise networks to your SCADA systems.
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