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    Foxboro SCADA RTUs

    Foxboro SCD2200 and Foxboro SCD6000 — world-class RTUs providing SCADA remote communications for efficient, cost-effective process automation

    Schneider Electric’s Foxboro SCD2200 and Foxboro SCD6000 are world-class RTUs — providing SCADA remote communications for efficient, cost-effective process automation. Modular construction and advanced features offer fast, easy and reliable configuration and operation in demanding applications.

    Foxboro SCADA RTUs
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    Foxboro SCADA RTUs

        • Overview
          The Foxboro™ SCD2200 is a world-class modular remote terminal unit (RTU) that enables multiple redundant communications and rack configurations. It provides advanced capabilities, IP connectivity and open programming to a broad range of remote measurement and control applications.

          Designed for today’s measurement and control systems, the advanced SCD2200 avoids technical constraints that traditionally limit RTU use.

          Benefits
          • Faster design, configuration, engineering
          • Reduced third-party integration issues
          • Minimized project risk
          • Easy installation
          • Faster startup
          • Proven, high-reliability operation
          • Smaller footprint
          • Significant cost savings
          • Easy expansion, upgrade and repair

          Applications/Features
          Applications
          • Remote operation in harsh environments
          • Easy configuration for SCADA applications such as: 
              - Oil and gas production, including offshore platforms, well monitoring, wet gas and high-level well control
              - Oil and gas transportation, including pipelines
              - Mining: electric power and substation management

          Features
          Connectivity
          • IP connectivity
          • TCP/IP and serial reporting/diagnostics
          • Communication option cards
          • Communication protocols
              - Modbus protocol
              - DNP3 RTU communications

          Application development
          • Advanced FoxRTU Station programming environment
          • Open software tools to streamline application software design, programming, testing and startup
          • Complete programming and application conformance to IEC 61131-3 and IEC 61499 standards for ease of engineering and application portability

          Setup and Maintenance
          • Easy installation to provide battery charger control plus loop power and low power overhead

          Performance and architecture
          • High-performance CPU plus extensive flash memory to perform wide range of control functions — from simple data acquisition to sophisticated, closed-loop algorithms — via user-friendly program configurator

          Modular construction matched to specific application requirements: 
           - Low-density or high-density I/O modules — Redundant CPU, power supplies, communication lines
              - Interfaces to typical communications media
           - Optimized transmission techniques for low-speed data lines

          • Compact powered backplane for smaller, less costly range of I/O designs; smaller footprint; and common external power supply for multiple CPU systems

          • Capability to chain multiple backplanes for communications and I/O expansion

          • Intelligent I/O modules for functionality such as high-speed scanning, sequence-of-events (SOE) monitoring and fail-safe output configuration — all normally found in more expensive controllers

          • Scalability from 1 to 16 communication ports and 4 to 1024 I/O points

          Operations
          • User program control of communications and logic sequencing
           - Interfaces to typical communications media 
           - Optimized transmission techniques for low-speed data lines