WAP - The omniflexible Annunciator
Time and cost saving alarm annunciator with leap ahead functionalityBacknang, )
Moreover to ensure high reliability, each window comprises 2 LED for higher brightness and redundancy. In case of a failover of one LED the windows shines with 50% of the brightness and provides the leeway to look after spare devices.
The designation legend and the frame assignment of the windows are generated dynamically by a click within the parameterization interface and can be printed out on a standard foil.
For a larger scope of alarms up to 4 devices can be cascaded together to form a virtual annunciator consisting of about 96 inputs.
Additional options comprise the redundant power supply of the device accordingly the switching over from one to another voltage level automatically. Therefore a higher voltage e.g. 110 V DC can be used and as secondary a 48V AC can perform a backup source. Which supply form whether AC or DC is used as primary or secondary is arbitrary.
Connection to IEC 61850 station buses is optionally possible via copper using RJ45 or SC-type optical fibers. The configuration of the comprehensive protocol, respective the CID file is carried out via the integrated webserver of the device. Furthermore the integrated CID-Configurator can be used to configure templates individually. Finally an editor for object designation is accessible on the webserver.
For executing commands or forwarding of single point information integrated 1:1 relays are available. A linking logic is provided to enlarge the adaption possibilities and allows for an individual group report processing.
Summarized the WAP offers a great bandwidth to fulfill customer needs. The main advantage is that devices from stock are appropriate, because the finalization can easily be done on-site. The WAP - saves time – saves costs.