70 Series Product Update: NEW 878 DIOD Offering, H12 Host Module, and Split Core Installation
PUBLISHED ON Oct 03, 2012
70 Series Split Core Installation
The first major installation of the M571 with the split core CT option was completed for a SCADA monitoring and disturbance recording application, in distribution substation cubicles. The flexible mounting of the M571 coupled with the split core CTs allowed for fast installation with little disruption to operations. NovaTech Automation provided all installation services.
New 70 Series Host Module
A new host module, the H12 is being released for the M87x family. An updated IEC 61850 stack is included with this release. This new module provides an important upgrade path to continue to bring new features to the M87x.
New 70 Series I/O Family
A new offering, the 878 Distributed Input Output Device (DIOD) is being released soon. This will provide both IEC 61850 and DNP3 support for automation and control applications, and complements Orion applications where larger I/O point counts are required. Serial and Ethernet communications are available, and up to 56 (48 when Ethernet is included) I/O points are possible using only 5¼” of vertical rack space (3RUs).
Jul 11, 2012
Bitronics Ten Year Hassle-Free Unconditional Guarantee
This new warranty applies to all Bitronics products, and is retroactive to all shipments made from Bitronics from January 2, 2012. All previous Bitronics terms and conditions apply. 70 Series Update Version 3.09 firmware is the latest version. A...
Jul 11, 2012
View SEL® Event Reports in OrionLX Webpages SEL Event Reports and other SEL relay non-operational data can now be viewed in OrionLX webpages. The ASCII IED WEB option (code #55) enables online viewing of METER, HISTORY, DEMAND, METER E, PEAK,...
Jul 05, 2012
Better NovaTech Automation Products Through Research Ventures at PennState, North Carolina State, and Others
In the past year, NovaTech Automation has donated Orion and Bitronics products to power engineering, cyber security, and Smart Grid research projects at PennState University and North Carolina State University. Previous years’ donations...