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Under what conditions can 3rd party software speak to a PM8?

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christopher_st_
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Under what conditions can 3rd party software speak to a PM8?

Under what conditions can 3rd party software speak to a PM8?


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dborle
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Re: Under what conditions can 3rd party software speak to a PM8?

Hi Chris,

You have two possibilities:

1. Over the Modbus protocoll (Modbus-RTU over a Serial Connection or Modbus-TCP over PM8ECC or a Gateway like the EGX100)

2. Over SNMP with PM8ECC

There is also a 3rd possibility with IEC61850 over a G3200. But this one is not very well supported

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dborle
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Re: Under what conditions can 3rd party software speak to a PM8?

Hi Chris,

You have two possibilities:

1. Over the Modbus protocoll (Modbus-RTU over a Serial Connection or Modbus-TCP over PM8ECC or a Gateway like the EGX100)

2. Over SNMP with PM8ECC

There is also a 3rd possibility with IEC61850 over a G3200. But this one is not very well supported