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This is the Datamatik SCADA online store. Datamatik acts as a distributor and project integrator for Motorola Radio and SCADA products.

The company specializes in Remote Control Operations, Supervisory Data transfer, Mototrbo Tetra digital telemetry transfer.




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Can I turn a Motorola radio into an OPC Alarm Client?

Alexandre Van Damme

The answer is YES!
Upgrade your current portable radios with our new firmware and start receiving alarm messages that help you run your day-to-day operations. This Alarm Dispatch solution is nothing else than an OPC Alarm Client for the portable Motorola 2-way radios (Mototrbo, TETRA). Visualize the full active alarm-list at once with the possibility to acknowledge those alarms sending your operator ID & GPS coordinates.

OPC AlarmClient Motorola Solutions.GIF

The OPC standard is now widely spread in the process & control industry making it an essential component to aggregate alarms from various sources (PLCs, RTUs, IIoT Servers, ticketing systems, other dispatching solutions). With this OPC Alarm Client, Datamatik AS provides you with a solution to aggregate alarms from different sources to display the alarm list onto your portable radio LCD screen.
Workers evolving in ATEX Zones are able to stream the alarm-list and acknowledge alarms in the most extreme conditions.

Hydro-power monitoring - DMR link

Alexandre Van Damme

The following set-up unlocks your digital radio network to transfer metering data via VHF/UHF at no additional infrastructure cost.

A Mototrbo data channel is a low speed data pipe with an efficient over air data transfer rate of 1200 bps. It is suitable for transmission of simple telemetry reporting such as (level-meter values, GPS location coordinates or alarms & messages). The datathroughput of a Mototrbo radio channel will vary based on the channel configuration, eg simplex, data revert, or trunking. The data messages are 322 bytes including a 16-byte mototrbo header. A message takes approximately 2.14 seconds to transmit. For this very reason, Mototrbo telemetry applications use a 3-second updating cycle.