- Process Automation Controller
- Programmable in COPP
- P-NET via Light-Link, RS485 and Ethernet
- Dual 100 Mbit Ethernet switch
- USB Interface
- GSM and GPS
- 256 MByte RAM, 16 MByte Flash, 32 KByte MRAM
- Battery Backup
- Micro SD-Card slot
- GSM Modem with SMA connector
- High sensitivity GPS receiver with SMA connector
- Wide Temperature range
- Wide Power Supply range
- Low Power Consumption
A PD 803 DPI is used to provide programmable intelligence for the local cluster via various communication interfaces:
P-NET Light-Link, P-NET RS485 and two Ethernet ports using P-NET via UDP.
The device is programmable in COPP, which means that a part of, or complete automation application can be built and downloaded by the user. The program can make use of ready-made components to control and monitor any process or machine application, both locally in the device but also via the network interacting with other devices.
The PD 803 is equipped with a GPS interface and a GSM modem.
The GPS Navigation Receiver has been designed to provide GPS information similar to the general purpose P-NET GPS Navigation Receiver PD 947.
The GPS interface in PD 803 features a high quality GPS receiver with superior sensitivity and performance.
The GPS connected to an external antenna is giving a high sensitivity GPS receiver for fast and accurate positioning that can track up to 22 satellites on 66 channels.
The GSM modem is a 3G modem that supports 2G/3G network and GPRS communication. Using the modem, the PD 803 can establish P-NET communication via GPRS. All GPRS communication to and from the PD 803 is encrypted.
As well as P-NET communication, the PD 803 is able to send and receive SMS messages.
Ethernet interfaces, GSM modem and GPS receiver is optional for DPI devices in the PD 800 series. PD 803 is a fully features device with all options included.
PD 803 is used with the BM 103 base module that provides the power supply connection and connection for all the communication interfaces.
The device can be fixed to the base module by means of a screw.
BASE MODULES SCHEMATICS