MDS Mercury 900TM - EPI Technologies

MDS Mercury 900TM - EPI Technologies
MDS Mercury 900
TM
Smart Wireless IP/Ethernet Connectivity
Industrial performance at
multi-megabit speed
• QoS
• OFDM
• Receive Diversity
• Long Range
Features
GE MDS...Global wireless solutions. Industrial Wireless Performance.
• Multi-megabit Speed
For more than two decades, GE MDS has been providing highly secure, industrial strength
mission critical wireless communications solutions for a broad spectrum of public and private sector clients worldwide. With an installed base approaching 1,000,000 radios in 110
countries, GE MDS offers both licensed and license-free solutions with applications in SCADA,
telemetry, public safety, telecommunications, and online transaction markets.
• QoS
• OFDM Encoding Technology
• Adaptive split for optimal duty cycle
calculation
• Long Range Coverage—up to
25 miles 1
• Receive Diversity
• Multiple Layers of Cyber Security,
including AES-128 Encryption and
RADIUS Authentication
Introducing MDS Mercury 900™
The Mercury 900 is a multi-megabit, long-range, industrial wireless IP/Ethernet solution, with
advanced cyber-security. Featuring QoS, the Mercury 900 is able to be optimized for your
specific application, whether mobile data, video surveillance, VoIP, or SCADA polling. In addition Mercury 900 is based on OFDM which enables it to use multipath to its advantage to
enhance radio coverage.
• Class 1 Div 2 for Hazardous Locations 2
The multiple interfaces of Mercury 900 facilitate the communication of Ethernet and/or serial
devices through an IP network. The radio operates in the license-free 902-928 MHz ISM band
at distances of up to 25 miles 1 and with user throughput under optimal point-to-point conditions of over 8 Mbps.
Applications
Why use an MDS Mercury 900™ Wireless Networking Solution?
• Multi-functional mobile data access, to
include text, high-res images, access
to agency Intranet, streaming video,
VoIP, and more
Multi-megabit longest range product in the industrial class.
• Extended Temperature Range
• High speed, low latency for SCADA and
polling applications
• High speed, backhaul alternative
The Mercury 900 provides the best combination of range and speed in the industrial market
today.
Reliable communications for your specific application by virtue of QoS and OFDM
Secure wireless operation – with multiple layers of protection, including AES-128 encryption,
802.1x and RADIUS authentication - current industry standards. This standard level of protection is supplemented by 900 MHz physical layer privacy.
Industrial reliability – Designed and built for low failure rates and reduced maintenance
costs thereby providing low total cost of ownership.
• Long range wireless Ethernet
Future proof – Mercury 900 adheres to open standards and interfaces with a wide range of
external devices, allowing both new and old technologies to communicate.
• Gateway for serial/legacy networks
and/or devices to IP networks
Comprehensive Network Management – Compatible with MDS NETview MS™ and any
standard off-the-shelf SNMP management system.
MDS Mercury 900TM
Mercury
remote
Mercury AP
MDS NETview MS®
Long Range WLAN
WAN
Computer
Mercury
remote
Router
MDS 4710
RS-232
MDS 4790
Master Radio
Server
(Ethernet)
Control Center
RS-232
RTU/PLC
(Serial)
RS-232
RTU/PLC
(Serial)
MDS 4710
Licensed Serial/IP Integration
Mercury
remote
Mercury
remote
Mobile Data
Mobile Data
General
MDS Cyber Security Suite, Level 1
• Raw Bit Rate: from 600 kbps to 12.7 Mbps (see chart below)
• Frequency Band: 902-928 MHz ISM band
• Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM)
• 200 Carriers per Channel
• Range (BPSK/1.75 MHz channel) 1:
• Typical Fixed Range: 12-15 miles
• Maximum Fixed Range: 25-30 miles
• Mobile Range (parked): 3-5 miles, strong RF signal environment
• Mobile Range (moving): 2-4 miles, strong RF signal environment
• Available Configurations:
• Access Point - Ethernet, Serial, GPS
• Remote - Ethernet, Serial, GPS
Radio
•
•
•
•
Video
Surveillance
RTU/PLC
(Ethernet)
System Gain: 140 dB for 1.75 MHz channel, 137 dB for 3.5 MHz channel
Carrier Power: 0.1 to 1 watt
Output Impedance: 50 Ohms
Sensitivity and Data Rate 2:
3.5 MHz Channel
1.75 MHz Channel
Max User
Signaling
Throughput Sensitivity
Rate
Aggregate
Max User
Throughput
Aggregate
Modulation
(CP=1/16)
Sensitivity
Signaling
Rate
64-QAM 3/4
-77 dBm
12.7 Mbps 7.2 Mbps
-80 dBm
6.35 Mbps 3.6 Mbps
16-QAM 3/4
-86 dBm
8.4 Mbps
4.8 Mbps
-89.5 dBm
4.2 Mbps
2.4 Mbps
QPSK 3/4 FEC -92 dBm
4.2 Mbps
2.4 Mbps
-95 dBm
2.1 Mbps
1.2 Mbps
BPSK 1/2 FEC -95 dBm
1.4 Mbps
500 Kbps
-98 dBm
706 Kbps
250 Kbps
(i) Mercury is a half-duplex radio, so max user throughput is based on configured or
dynamic duty cycle, which is typically 50/50 indicating that half of the max throughput would be available one way.
• Encryption: AES-128 with automatic key rotation.
• Authentication: 802.1x, RADIUS, EAP/TLS, PKI, PAP, CHAP
• Management: SSL, SSH, HTTPS
Management
• HTTP, HTTPS, TELNET, SSH, local console
• SNMPv1/v2/v3, MIB-II, Enterprise MIB
• MDS NETview MS™ compatible
Environmental
• Temperature: -40°C to +70°C (-40°F to +158°F)
• Humidity: 95% at 40°C (104°F) non-condensing
Electrical
• Input Voltage range: 10-30 Vdc
• Current Consumption (nominal):
Mode
Power
AP Operational (50% TX)
16W
TX (Maximum)
30W
RM Operational & Associated 12W
TX (Maximum)
25W
13.8 Vdc
1.16A
2.2A
870mA
1.8A
24 Vdc
667 mA
1.25A
500mA
1.04A
Mechanical
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•
•
Case: Die Cast Aluminum
Dimensions: 5.715 H x 20 W x 12.382 D cm. (2.25 H x 7.875 W x 4.875 D in.)
Weight: 1kg (2.2 lb.)
Mounting options: Flat surface mount brackets, DIN rail, 19” rack tray
Agency Approvals
• FCC Part 15.247
• CSA Class 1 Div. 21 (UL 508, UL 1604)
• IC pending
(ii) The max throughput is also based on high protocol overhead from TCP/IP applications.
For UDP applications, these throughput numbers will increase.
Physical Interfaces
• Ethernet: 10/100BaseT, RJ-45
• Serial: 1,200 – 115,200 bps
COM1: RS-232, DB-9F
• Antennas: TX/RX and RX (diversity mode) - TNC connectors
GPS - Female SMA connector
• LEDs: PWR, LAN, COM1, GPS, LINK
Protocols
• Ethernet: IEEE 802.3, Spanning Tree (Bridging), VLAN, IGMP
• TCP/IP: DHCP, ICMP, UDP, TCP, ARP, Multicast, SNTP, TFTP
• Serial: Encapsulation over IP (tunneling) for serial async
multidrop protocols including Modbus, DNP.3, DF1, BSAP
GE MDS
175 Science Parkway
Rochester, New York 14620, USA
Phone (585) 242-9600
Fax (585) 242-9620
www.gemds.com
1 Typical fixed range calculation assumes a 6 dBd gain Omni on a 100 ft tower
at the AP, a 10 dBd gain Yagi on a 25 ft mast at the remote with output power
decreased to yield maximum allowable EIRP (36 dBm), a 10 dB fade margin, and
a mix of agricultural and commercial terrain with line of sight.
Typical mobile range calculation assumes a 6 dBd gain Omni on a 100 ft tower at
the AP, a 5 dBd gain Omni with 1 watt output power at 6 ft height, a 10 dB fade
margin, and 90% reliability with near line-of-sight in a mix of agricultural and
commercial terrain. Maximum range achieved with a clear line-of-sight path,
and fresnel zone clearance. Actual performance is dependent on many factors
including antenna height, blocked paths and terrain.
2 Please note that for best range and performance, mobile data is limited to using
a 1.75 MHz channel and BPSK and QPSK modulation schemes.
GE MDS products are manufactured under a quality system certified to ISO 9001.
GE MDS reserves the right to make changes to specifications of products described
in this data sheet at any time without notice and without obligation to notify any
person of such changes.
© 2005 MDS Inc. (MDS Mercury SL0127) Rev. C, 04-12-07
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