ILC 150 GSM/GPRS - Compact controller with integrated modem
The ILC 150 GSM/GPRS is the communication whiz of the small PLCs from Phoenix Contact. In addition to the features of performance class 100, the controller offers an integrated GSM mobile phone modem.
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The additional communication options make this PLC the ideal choice for remote control and remote maintenance applications.
The ILC 150 GSM/GPRS enables you to transfer process data, operating states or fault messages worldwide across all prevailing mobile phone networks to the control center or to the cell phone of the on-call service personnel.
Even remote or widely distributed stations can be cost-effectively integrated into the company network in this way.
The ILC 150 GSM/GPRS is the best choice if public phone lines are not available for data transmission.
With GPRS, the ILC 150 GSM/GPRS provides a packet-oriented, reasonably priced wireless service with a permanent online connection. The charges for this service depend only on the volume of data sent.
The ILC 150 GSM/GPRS offers an integrated quad-band GSM/GPRS modem and has the following features:
- The ideal controller for remote control and remote maintenance
- Processing speed of 90 µs per 1000 instructions (bit data types)
- Processing speed of 1.5 ms per 1000 instructions (data mix)
- One INTERBUS interface and one Ethernet interface
- 512 kbyte program memory and 512 kbyte data memory
- 48 kbyte non-volatile data memory
- 16 direct inputs and four direct outputs
- Max. 4096 I/O points
- 24 V DC supply voltage
- Integrated web/FTP server
- OPC functionality
- Integrated GSM/GPRS quad-band modem
The strengths of the technology lie in its international spread with standardized connections in more than 200 countries and an unlimited range.
GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) uses the GSM phone network to exchange small volumes of data inexpensively.