• DinBox GSM M4

    Serial RS-232/RS-485 and 10/100 MB Ethernet Quadband 800/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM and/or EGSM/GPRS DIN-rail modem with router functionality for up to 8 LAN devices. 

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  • DinBox RTU SL 104

    IEC-60870-5-104 enabled! (Micro-) RTU in DINrail housing, with real time clock, 2 non isolated 12 bit AI, galvanically isolated DI (8) and DO (2) and integrated GPRS modem, supporting NMKD-3085 ASCII (ABB), TMX, 60870-5-104...communication protocols.

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  • DinBox GPRS SL

    The DinBox GPRS SL modem is a serial V.24 RS-232/RS485 2/4 wire modem in a DINrail housing. The modem is pocket-sized housed and DC powered .

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Welcome to Bausch Datacom

Bausch Datacom is the developer that brings Innovation from Idea to Product! Bausch Datacom develops, engineers, produces and sells products under its own brand name with a focus on modems, RTU’s and Distribution Automation boxes for all kind of markets, featuring especially the electricity market (Metering and MV/LV substations).

In 2018, German company RITTER Starkstromtechnik GmbH, member of the RITTER group bought an important share in Bausch Datacom Belgium, as expert in the communication and RTU industry, to join their activities in the 'smart grid' market.

 

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Integrating IED’s in a IEC 60870-5-104 SCADA system close

The DinBox RTU M4 is the ideal cost-effective solution to integrate (Modbus) IED devices in a IEC 60870-5-104 SCADA system

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Bausch Datacom, manufacturer of datacommunication products for the Utility Market, proudly announces the new updated website, featuring our technology and products for 2018-2019. You can find ...

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On May 25, 2018, the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect. Bausch Datacom is following the guidelines to protect your data.

Proven & Versatile Technology
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State-of-the-Art

Bausch focuses on smart devices based on state-of-the-art communication experience and cost reduction by customizing hardware on the client's demand. Bausch Datacom is the specialist for industrial data communication, from PSTN, GSM, GPRS, heavy-duty modems for the energy market, to 3G, LTE, NB IoT… & Ethernet remote terminal units for automation & M2M services.

All-in-One

For its RTU’s and Distribution Automation Boxes a concept of ‘all-in-one’ is used. Communication modules, (SCADA) protocols, metering, security are all united in one PCB resulting in very cost-effective products. The RTU's are managed by a management tool for the management of several hundred to thousands of RTU's or modems. This management tool has functions in the field of security, FoTa (firmware over the Air), ' commissioning, remote parametrization.

BUILDING BLOCKS

Our engineering with its long experience going back to 1989 has all kinds of building blocks for industrial data communication. Our competences include electronic developments based on PSTN, ISDN, GSM, GPRS, 3G, 4G, NB IoT, LoRa, 169 MHz, Ethernet, RS-232 & RS-485, … usage of different processor platforms and integration of protocols & application software.

ENGINEERING

We offer services from the initial concept to schematics, PCB design and prototyping. Our engineering also does approvals, compliance testing and coordination of production if necessary. Today our R&D focusses on Smart Grid, low power & energy harvesting aspects. All development & production processes are ISO 9001:2008 quality controlled.

ELECTROMAGNETICS

Our GSM, GPRS, 4G modems for metering communication are designed according to the highest industrial electromagnetical immunity requirements and therefore greatly appreciated by our customers in the world of electricity metering!

MODULE EXPERIENCE

Especially in PSTN, GSM & GPRS, LTE… Bausch Datacom has an extensive experience in electronic development using modules from Conexant Sillicon labs, Sierra Wireless, Telit, …

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