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but also includes a Terminal Server and a Web Server. A powerful Web Server is also integrated within the MINER™. Station Controllers not only combine the functions of a traditional RTU with the functionality of a Data Concentrator. The communication to the master or masters can be configured to occur via one or more of four serial ports or via one or two Ethernet ports. A simple terminal connected to this port will act as the Human interface.Take control of your operations and increase reliability. point monitoring and diagnostics. this feature can be used to remotely configure IEDs or upload historical data files. Any standard web browser allows direct access to the web server built-in within the MINER™. MINER Station Controller www. An extensive library of point maps is available for the most common IEDs available on the market. customer service and operational efficiency. This user friendly tool allows operation. the same configuration and diagnostic operations can be performed remotely on the RTU via Telnet or Web Browser. When connected to an Ethernet LAN. The MINER™ provides a balanced combination of I/O points and communication ports in a compact package. The MINER™ has two dedicated serial ports for 2 . The MINER™ is a member of the Station Controller family of devices. This allows a remote device (the master or other appropriate computer on the LAN) to access this port and exchange data with an external device. When connected to an Ethernet LAN. making IED point mapping a few clicks of the mouse. The communications capabilities allow the MINER™ to connect to multiple IEDs either on multiple ports with multi-drop configurations or over one or two Ethernet ports. maintenance and configuration of the RTU without the need of proprietary software. one or more serial ports can be configured to act as terminal server ports. As an example. Simple configuration is provided by the Points Mapping Wizard which allows points mapping of third party IEDs and I/O cards in a graphical environment. operating with just 6W in industrial temperature range.survalent.

Processing 8 Analog Inputs    Motorola MPC860T PowerPC  Configurable Input Ranges: +/. 120/240 VAC . 125/250 Vdc Consumption: 6W maximum DNP3.0 serial and TCP/IP Modbus serial and TCP/IP IEC 60870-5-101 IEC 60870-5-104 IED Protocols        DNP serial and TCP/IP Modbus RTU serial and TCP/IP SEL Protocol IEC 60870-5-101 IEC 60870-5-103 IEC 61850 Cooper 2179 Time Synchronization   SNTP.90 on all I/Os Panel mount: 9” x 8.10V (in) Sampling Rate 2sec  Nonvolatile EEPROM for system configuration parameters     Embedded Linux OS 16 MB FLASH Memory Memory to 64Mb SDRAM and 1Mb battery backed SRAM Accuracy ± 3 .000 Points 0°C to 85°C storage     Humidity 10-90% relative noncondensing Surge Protection per ANSI C37.Simple Network Time Protocol SCADA system 16 Digital Inputs    Alarm/Status/Accumulator Inputs  Configurable for dry or wetted field contacts  +12Vdc Wetting Voltage Out  Configurable Input Voltage: +48Vdc or +125Vdc Optically Isolated Inputs Scan Time 1ms for SOE. or terminal server 2 Ethernet: 10/100BaseTX and 10BaseTx Environmental     1-Form A contact rated at 10 Amps @ 250 VAC or 1 AMP @ 48 VDC Large Points Database Capacity  Maximum Database Size of 16. IED.5” x 3” (W x L x H) 3 Input Voltage Options:     Momentary outputs Master Station Protocols Power  Select—Before—Operate sequence -40°C to 70°C operating (optional) Dimensions     24 Vdc 48 Vdc. 10 ms for others MINER Station Controller www.survalent.1 mA (Default). IED.2% of full scale Configurable dead band per point (protocol dependent) 8 Digital Outputs Communications     2 serial RS232 for master. or terminal server 2 serial RS232 for diagnostic and configuration 1 serial RS485 for master. +/20 mA or +/.

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