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Motorola MOSCAD

MOSCAD (Motorola SCADA) is the Motorola product specifically designed to the specifications of the SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems. Motorola's family of MOSCAD Remote Terminal Units (RTUs) can provide you with turnkey solutions that include a large number of RTUs, versatile control centers, third party smart sensors, IEDs, and virtually any process controller unit. MOSCAD was specifically designed as an expandable SCADA system to help you enhance the performance of your remote installations.

MOSCAD Features

  • 68000-based CPU, with both RAM and ROM
  • Real-time, internal clock
  • RS-232 and RS-485 data ports
  • VHF, UHF, and 800 and 900 MHz models are available
  • Use of Motorola Data Link Communication (MDLC) Protocol
  • MOSCAD Toolbox programs

Key Capabilities

  • Modularity for easy configuration
    MOSCAD's modularity allows for system configuration optimization according to the specific and unique requirements at your particular site. Our large selection of plug-in I/O modules allows you to configure each remote site to run the specific applications you need.
  • Dual Functionality
    MOSCAD can function as both an RTU and a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC). If the application loaded into the CPU module is simple, then MOSCAD functions as an RTU; if the application utilizes a decision-making code, then MOSCAD functions as a PLC.
  • Diverse Connectivity
    MOSCAD connects directly to VHF, UHF, 800 and 900 MHz trunked and conventional radios, Private DataTAC modems, iDEN, TETRA, GSM, Power Line Carrier Communication (PLCC) modems, Multiple Address System (MAS) data radios, and Spread Spectrum radios. Our specialized I/O modules provide connectivity to both digital and analog sensors.
  • Motorola Data Link Communication (MDLC) Protocol
    MDLC, a modern and powerful data communications protocol, is based on the International Standards Organization's seven-layer protocol recommendation. It was created to be particularly robust on crowded, shared two-way radio communication circuits. Its seven-layer OSI/ISO compatible structure allows powerful networks functions. MDLC supports:
    • Integrated networks with wireline, LAN, and wireless communication links
    • Monitoring of unsolicited messages
    • Synchronous and asynchronous data communication
    • RTU-to-RTU communications and RTU links to multiple control centers
    • Multi-session communications, allowing execution of simultaneous operations
    • Store and forward (S&F) and routing data using RTUs as nodes in the network
    • Accurate synchronization and reporting of time-stamped events with 1 ms resolution
  • Interoperability
    The MOSCAD family of RTUs is capable of communications with other vendors' PLCs, IEDs, and RTUs, by utilizing MODBUS, Allen Bradley DF/1, and other protocols. MOSCAD allows you to integrate new SCADA systems or expand existing ones, utilizing your current communication media, Master Control Center (MCC) software, and the most suitable data protocol.
  • MOSCAD Toolbox Programs
    MOSCAD Toolbox programs are a powerful set of tools used for application program development, to set up and monitor your system, and to run diagnostic tests.
  • Sturdy Enclosures
    The MOSCAD RTU is packaged in a rugged housing to withstand harsh outdoor conditions. These enclosures are made from high quality materials such as painted metal, stainless steel, plastic, and fiberglass and are available in three-module and six-module sizes. A rackmount configuration that can be expanded to accommodate up to 67 modules is also available.

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