Wireless interface device

The RFN-1200 wireless interface device is designed for distribution automation (DA) applications and allows utility users to gather remote device data or initiate controls and connect with a variety of DA solutions.

01/29/2015


The RFN-1200 wireless interface device is designed for distribution automation (DA) applications and allows utility users to gather remote device data or initiate controls and connect with a variety of DA solutions. Courtesy: EatonEaton's Cooper Power series RFN-1200 wireless interface device for use in distribution automation (DA) applications and is a two-way automated communication between Eaton's Yukon software platform and a down line control or device. Utility users can gather remote device data or initiate controls and can connect with a variety of DA solutions, including capacitor bank, recloser, and voltage regulator controls across Eaton's RF Mesh Smart Grid network. Eaton's solution provides utilities a single Smart Grid platform that enables end of line voltage monitoring, conservation voltage reduction (CVR), and Volt/VAR Optimization (VVO) applications. The platform securely controls Smart Grid operations across one network providing ease of use and simplified service for utility customers.

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