ACM R/T SCADA supports the Emerson Bristol Modbus protocol to help companies manage ICS and SCADA systems as the data is polled in real time. The Emerson Bristol Modbus protocol was developed by the Emerson Bristol Corporation, and has the ability to transmit operator and alarm event logs through the ACM R/T SCADA polling engine.

ACM and the Emerson Bristol Modbus Protocol

ACM R/T SCADA and the Emerson Bristol Modbus protocol work together to enable flow measurement data is analyzed to optimize a pipeline’s performance in real time.  Pipeline operators are alerted of any changes in pressure or flow to ensure a safe environment from tanks to processing and manufacturing plants by polling the field device. ACM R/T SCADA delivers the data via the Emerson Bristol Modbus protocol to an HMI used in the control room, where the flow data is visualized and interpreted in real time. Only AUTOSOL’s ACM maintains historical data in its hardware.

ACM extends companies’ legacy field devices

For more than 30 years, AUTOSOL has built custom drivers to ensure the reliable transfer of commands, programs, data and information between control systems and endpoint SCADA devices. ACM speaks to remote field devices in a large variety of native protocols to enable communication between incompatible devices, making it easy to add PLCs, RTU and other field devices to a SCADA system and ensuring transmission data is consistently being communicated.

Because AUTOSOL has built custom drivers for numerous native protocols, companies are not obligated to update a SCADA system with just one brand of equipment. Companies can save costs while continuing to use their legacy devices by upgrading other components in their SCADA system.

Contact us today to learn more about how ACM R/T SCADA supports Emerson Bristol Modbus and many other protocols.