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What is the purpose of the deadband parameter in the DNP module?
Viewed 1 times since Tue, Nov 28, 2006
The deadband parameter sets how event data is generated by your module as a DNP slave device. Take for instance the following configuration values: AI Deadband : 1000 #0-32767 analog deadband value for events AI Class : 3 #default class for analog... Read More
Can there be multiple Master devices on a DNP 3.0 network?
Viewed 1 times since Tue, Nov 28, 2006
At this time, our InRAx line of DNP3 serial communications solutions offer 2 DNP serial ports. One will always be available as a DNP slave to provide data to a DNP serial master system. The other port may be used as a secondary, redundant DNP slave... Read More
Does the ProSoft DNP driver support 32 bit Analog Inputs/Outputs?
Viewed 1 times since Tue, Nov 28, 2006
Only the MVI56E-DNPNET supports 32 bit analogs, all other modules and gateways return only the low 16 bits. However 32 bit counters and floats are supported by most of our DNP3 products. Read More
CROB functions in serial DNP modules
Viewed 1 times since Fri, Oct 2, 2015
Example of using a conditional CROB to control BO 3 in slave 2 to using "Latch on" and Latch off" commands. Node address (of the slave) is 2. Object 12 Variation 1 Function 5 (Direct Operate) Device Address (point index) in this slave is 3 Point... Read More
Shaded Areas in the Subset Definitions
Viewed 1 times since Tue, May 5, 2015
What do the shaded areas in the subset definitions indicate? - Objects that we support that are not required within the Level II specification are shaded. Refer to the associated notes to determine our response to the message. Read More