The Callisto product suite includes an array of SCADA modules that perform complex control and monitoring functions, powerful stand alone remotes that combine the capabilities of multiple modules and application-specific solutions that directly address the needs of today's electric utilities.
With sophisticated communications architecture that allows simple integration of IEDs and an extensive list of supported protocols, Callisto offers proven, open solutions for substation applications. Utilizing the modular design of system hardware and software components, DAQ engineers are able to easily design multi-card systems that directly match the requirements of specific applications. Additionally, DAQ offers cost-effective, custom retrofit equipment for all types of existing RTUs, enabling utilities to upgrade equipment with minimal investment.
Innovative power management products for substation and distribution line environments
RTU solutions delivering enhanced functionality
Modular "building blocks" for advanced SCADA systems
User-friendly software applications for use with Callisto equipment
Description: general overview of the Callisto suite of SCADA products and services
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- Powerful multiprocessing architecture
- Flexible configuration options
- Industry-standard interfaces
- Real time, multi-tasking software
- In-built diagnostics
- IED integration
- Communication to multiple client/servers
- User-definable applications
- Extensive protocol library
- Advanced programmable logic capability
Residing on a local area network, Callisto processing nodes can be centrally located in a single bin or geographically distributed. When compared to traditional configurations, the DAQ distributed approach reduces the amount of field signal wiring needed and enhances performance and reliability. High-speed data exchange between modules at up to 2.5 megabits per second enables system processes, including power calculations and SOE time tagging, to achieve one millisecond resolution. All processes are precisely controlled through advanced software designs.