Windows application used by System Integrators and Utilities as an OPC Client/Server, Data Concentrator, or Protocol Translator . It supports the DNP3, Modbus, and IEC 60870-5 protocols. Translation to other protocols such as SNMP is supported by combining the SDG with another OPC Client/Server.
Our industry standard IEC 61850 , DNP3 , Modbus , & IEC 60870-5 Source Code Library stacks are used by vendors for cost-effective implementation directly in the target hardware. we offer Source Code Libraries for:
Windows application that simulates typical Master or Outstation Devices, monitors communications ( optional RS232 serial cable kit available ), and automates functional testing. Optional module automates conformance tests specified by technical committees of each protocol.
Triangle MicroWorks’ .NET Protocol Components are the ideal way to add DNP3, Modbus, or IEC 60870-5 support to your. .NET applications and are available in Master or Slave versions
SISCO’s products provide real-time communications and application integration capabilities for applications in the energy utility, manufacturing, and postal automation industries. SISCO’s products are used by OEMs, system integrators, and end users world-wide to cost-effectively build solutions supporting these important internationally accepted open standards:
SISCO’s Intercontrol Center Communications Protocol (ICCP per IEC60870-6 TASE.2) products are used world-wide by numerous energy utilities and their suppliers in applications ranging from control center integration to power plant dispatching. SISCO’s ICCP-TASE.2 products reduce system costs for end users and time to market for developers with field-proven off-the-shelf products that support these important international standards.
SISCO has delivered more IEC 61850 solutions to more utilities and OEMs world-wide than any other company. SISCO’s IEC61850 products are used world-wide by numerous energy utilities and their suppliers for robust substation automation and real-time device integration applications. SISCO is the world-leader in IEC 61850 implementation with many of the most important global OEM companies serving the utility industry using our products in their IEC61850 solutions.
Because SISCO is also extensively involved in other standards activities such as ICCP-TASE.2 and the Common Information Model (CIM) we have unique capabilities to help our customers take maximum advantage of these standards enabling them to use IEC 61850 in a way that is most complimentary to their other business operations.
SISCO’s IEC 61850 products will reduce system costs for end users and time to market for developers with field-proven off-the-shelf technology. SISCO’s IEC 61850 products are being used in a wide variety of devices and appplications including protection relays, SCADA/HMI, meters, tap changers, RTUs, gateways, bay controllers, and more. SISCO’s IEC 61850 products have been extensively tested for robustness, quality and interoperability.
Unified Analytic Platform for PI
SISCO’s Unified Analytic Platform provides a high performance environment for the development, debug, and enhancement of analytic applications to support centralized remedial action and other wide area control algorithms. SISCO’s Unified Analytic Platform provides a unique structured environment that integrates development, testing, simulation, results analysis, reporting, and algorithm improvement processes into a unified platform for analytic applications based on the OSIsoft PI System.
IEC 61970 and IEC 61968
SISCO’s Utility Integration Bus (UIB) is a standards-based integration platform designed to significantly reduce the engineering effort required to integrate data in the utility environment. The UIB extends off-the-shelf Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) middleware with utility specific extensions for support of distributed power system models and standards-based interface services and application programming interfaces (API) using XML messaging per the IEC61970 and IEC61968 standards. The UIB enables you to build a flexible model-driven architecture for application integration to leverage existing power system related application investments.