- IEC 61850-3, IEEE 1613, and IEC 60255 compliant for power
substation automation systems
- 3rd generation Intel core processors (Ivy Bridge)
- Built-in DDR3 SDRAM and industrial DOM
- 6 Gigabit Ethernet ports for network redundancy
- 2 PCI expansion slots for expansion modules
- 1 CompactFlash socket for storage expansion
- 4 high-speed, system-bootable USB 2.0 ports
- 100/240 VAC power inputs
- Optional IRIG-B expansion module available
The DA-682A-DPP computers have an x86 platform with VGA, 6 gigabit Ethernet ports, CompactFlash, USB, and two PCI ports for DA Series expansion modules. The DA-682A-DPP comes with three different CPU options, and basic models that allow system designers to install the DOM, RAM, and operating system according to their specific requirements.
IEC 61850-3 and IEEE 1613 compliance confirms that the DA-682A-DPP can deliver stable and reliable system operations in power applications. Additional value and convenience is provided through a modular design with two independent slots for flexible system integration and expansion. Users have the option to add a variety of different communications modules, including an 8-port RS-232/422/485 module, 8-port RS-422/485 module, 8-port 10/100 Mbps switch module, IRIG-B time synchronization card and a universal PCI expansion module.
The DA-682A-DPP also complies with the IEC 60255 standards to enable the protection of electrical relays in a smart substation. IEC 60255 is one of the most widely used standards for testing relays and protection equipment, and compliance ensures that the DA-682A-DPP will work reliably and seamlessly with IEDs (intelligent electronic devices) as a part of the robust substation automation system.
Smart Recovery™ Function
The DA-682A-DPP’s Smart Recovery function minimizes downtime by making it easy to recover from operating system crashes. Engineers who are experts in a particular vertical market may not have enough computer domain knowledge to know how to fix operating system problems. Moxa Smart Recovery™ is an automated BIOS-level software recovery system that allows engineers to automatically trigger OS recovery to minimize downtime.
Proactive Monitoring Function
The DA-682A-DPP’s Proactive Monitoring function monitors the computer’s health by keeping an eye on CPU usage, memory usage, storage partition usage, the operating temperature of the CPU and motherboard, and can trigger a relay to provide either audio or visual alarms.