Special, programmable remote I/O systems will assume future telecontrol and automation tasks, greatly simplifying the system structure. Only one device will be required for signal acquisition and output that requires conversion to standardized telecontrol protocols and station automation. In addition to a number of digital and analog input and output modules, special modules for the HART protocol are also available for the telecontroller for direct integration of the field devices in the hazardous areas of Zone 0 and Zone 1 (EEx-i modules), or for conditioning monitoring.
Special, programmable remote I/O systems, such as the WAGO telecontroller 750-872, will assume future telecontrol and automation tasks. This application report describes a potential implementation of this with a gas provider.
The Yellowstone Soft engineering office, a certified WAGO solution provider, employs only Linux-based solutions, such as for the water management system for the Sauldorf community. The WAGO I/O System 750 combines the control system and field level for this application.