How the Dexdyne RMS system works
- Client’s equipment
- The remote communication terminal (RCT)
- Dexdyne’s secure cloud server
- The Dexdyne Dashboard shown on a client’s device
The Dexdyne remote management system consists of two parts: a Remote Communication Terminal (RCT) which is labelled as item 2 above, and Dexdyne’s secure cloud server, labelled as item 3 above.
The RCT is connected directly into the remote equipment (labelled as item 1 above) via RS232, RS485 or Ethernet ports and communicates via a default Modbus protocol. Other protocols can also be supported. The RCT can also accept direct sensor signals through the built-in digital and analogue I/O.
Communication between the RCT and the cloud server (item 3 above) takes place over a secure GPRS/ADSL connection. The data logging rates, data upload periods, SMS alarm thresholds etc. are all user-configurable and can be changed from the server over the air (OTA) via the Dashboard or locally.
Dexdyne’s easy to use web-based Dashboard puts the authorised user(s) in control of the data generated and the connected processes by any device with an internet connection. This is labelled as item 4 above.
|✓ Manage one to thousands of dispersed processes||✓ Industry standard protocols such as Modbus|
|✓ SCADA like mimic capability||✓ Live monitoring and control|
|✓ User-friendly web interface||✓ Complete visibility of live and historical data|
|✓ Configurable data logging and upload rates||✓ Secure, compressed data transfers|
|✓ Configurable access to information for each user||✓ Unlimited user login accounts at no additional cost|
|✓ Advanced charting and graphing||✓ Configurable SMS messaging for specific conditions|
|✓ SMS administration/acknowledgement||✓ Data consolidation and automatic reporting|
|✓ Increases plant uptime||✓ Improves profitability|
|✓ Reduces maintenance overheads||✓ Permits pre-emptive maintenance by looking at trends|
|✓ Exports reports to CSV/Excel||✓ Consolidates data from all client sites|
|✓ Fast ROI||✓ Industry leading technology|