EDF RTE Transport closes contract for delivery of
Bausch Datacom industrial news februari 2007
RTE EDF Transport, an EDF subsidiary in France, operates the transmission network in France. In this capacity, its role is to operate, maintain and develop the electricity public network, ensure that the system functions reliably and adjust production to consumption and provide fair and non-discriminatory access for all users to the electricity transmission network. To communicate with the MK6E meter, delivered by the Belgian metering company Steel, RTE decided to use the Dinbox PSTN 485 modem of Bausch Datacom after a very extensive and selective period of testing.
This modem is a serial RS-232 and RS-485 (2/4 wire) V.92 DIN-rail modem with long term watchdog (programmable reset) and input voltage range between 10-40 Vdc. The modem supports 2-wire analogue leased line and asynchronious DTR-dialing… Entrance security is offered by the Selective Caller ID Answering Mode which makes it possible to give Automatic Answering to only one single predefined telephone number. Inside the modem is a socketmodem based on Conexant technology. This socket modem is also sold by Bausch Datacom as a separate product. More info...