MVI69-DNP 3.0 Master/Slave Communications Module

ProSoft Technology Group Inc.

The MVI69 DNP 3.0 module is a single slot, backplane compatible DNP 3.0 interface solution for the Rockwell Automation CompactLogix platform. This module provides highly configurable support of both DNP 3.0 Master and Slave implementations (level 2 minimum), allowing the many SCADA and field devices supporting the DNP protocol to be integrated into the powerful CompactLogix platform.The module supports DNP Subset Level 2 features and some of the Level 3 features allowing the many SCADA and field devices supporting the DNP protocol to be integrated into the CompactLogix platform.
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