When combined, the TGP Protocol and ACM R/T SCADA delivers customers data from the field, often times from some of the most remote locations. The TGP protocol works on a select number of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) devices. The PLC will turn commands — received digitally into physical action in the field. ACM R/T SCADA works to deliver the most vital information from the field to customers in real-time. This process beings with a virtual command from ACM R/T SCADA to reach out to the field device in its native protocol for data from that specific device. This data includes real-time polled information, as it’s happening. The data is fed back into the control room through its common protocol, Object Link and Embedding for Process Control (OPC), as ACM R/T SCADA is an OPC server.

TGP Protocol and ACM R/T SCADA

ACM R/T SCADA a wide range of congruity, ensuring companies most legacy devices never go out of date, saving companies money in the long run. Working as a master in the communication, ACM R/T SCADA will contact the device in its native protocol.

The benefit of using AUTOSOL’s ACM R/T SCADA to decode protocols ensures that legacy devices can still be used and maintained. Ultimately, the ACM R/T SCADA assures the TGP protocol can be used in conjunction with other PLC and RTU brands and devices. AUTOSOL has continuously worked to create custom drivers over the years that meet the needs of client’s by both supporting legacy equipment and new products as they are being developed. Control room engineers and IT managers expectations alike are exceeded by the ease of configuration and reliability of the SCADA software.

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