Exaquantum PIMS systems are often located in remote locations and accessing the key historian data can be difficult especially over volatile network links, such as satellite or microwave connections.
Exaquantum/RDS (Remote Data Synchronization), a key component of Yokogawa’s specialist connectivity solutions, deployed on two or more Exaquantum PIMS historians provides secure and reliable data communication.
Exaquantum/RDS (Remote Data Synchronization) enables the easy transfer of synchronization data between two remotely connected Exaquantum servers connected by fluctuating bandwidth, for example satellite and microwave links. As a result Exaquantum/RDS enables data to be transferred securely and efficiently in near-real time or slower where the update rate is not so crucial. For increased security data transfer can be encrypted.
- Secure and reliable data transfer method between Exaquantum servers
- Maintain duplicate data sets for backup and testing purposes
- Remote data can be made available for processing by higher end applications
- Multiple data sources can be combined at a single destination.
- Communication between Exaquantum historians across potentially volatile network links
- Suitable for data transfer via satellites, microwave, internet, etc.
- Can be bidirectional
- Configurable data transfer delay
- Ability to apply data encryption
- Transferred Exaquantum historical data includes the following:
- Process data
- Calculation results
- Manually entered data
- 3rd party supplied data
- Alarm and Events
- Tag Reference Data such as ‘Units of Measure’ and ‘Description’
- Sub-sets of Exaquantum tags can be transferred.
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