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September 2018: New Product IEC2Modbus

Modbus Protocol Converter

IEC2Modbus is a device that can be used to connect intelligent energy meters to different Modbus systems. This protocol converter is designed for use with any meter which supports the IEC62056-21 (IEC61107/IEC1107) protocol with OBIS codes and meters with a RS485 interface for data acquisition. It can be connected without breaking the approval seal.
Using this protocol converter actual values of one or more meters can be processed (2 RS485 buses with max. 12 meters each). The billing list or a service/auxiliary table (meter dependent) can be read. Either an automatic mapping of valid OBIS codes or 5 freely selectable OBIS codes per meter can be processed. With the integrated Modbus-RTU interface this data can be acquired by the acquisition system / control center (energy management / SCADA).

IEC2Modbus

Highlights

  • RS485-interface (2-wire) for bi-directional communication
  • Transmission protocol: Modbus RTU
  • 2 serial RS485-meter-interfaces
  • For data exchange:
    • protocol IEC 62056-21 (OBIS)
    • billing list or service / auxiliary table
    • automatic mapped or filtered OBIS codes
  • Max: 24 meters on two RS485-buses
  • Max: 5 (10) values per meter
  • Protocol conversion of the data from the meters into Modbus register
  • Power supply : 10…32VDC
  • Signalisation: four LEDs (3x interfaces, 1x status)
  • PC parametrisation software available


April 2018: New Product UniMod LTE

Universal cellular modem

The universal radio modem UniMod LTE is supposed for remote inquiry of measurement data of any kind, especially however for telecounting applications. The modem can be used in any 4G/3G/2G (LTE/UMTS/GPRS) cellular network with an arbitrary number of providers. The UniMod LTE supports meter data communication according to DIN 43863-4 (IP-Telemetry) with TLS encryption (with integrated certificate administration) and/or static IP address. An optional application is monitoring and control infrastructure of photovoltaic installations, buildings, properties and local distribution networks.

UniMod GSM Control

Highlights

  • Radio modem (LTE/UMTS/GPRS with auto switching: fallback functionality)
  • Transparent data reading via DIN 43863-4 (client mode with IP-Telemetry); alternative: static IP address (server mode); Protocols: DLMS, IEC1107, VDEW2+, Modbus, M-Bus, IEC60870, SCTM, LSV1 etc.
  • Optional remote control for renewable energy management
  • Wide-range supply voltage:
    85VAC - 265VAC and 60VDC - 375VDC
    alternative: 10VDC - 36VDC
  • Various interfaces available: 20mA/CS, M-Bus passive/active (up to 20 meters max.), RS485 2-wires and RS232
  • Optional encrypted communication (TLS Version 1.2) with certificates and keys
  • Internal buffered clock with NTP service
  • Password protection
  • Timed device reset (optional)
  • Parameterization and service software
  • Compatible to SIGLON® and Meter2SCADA®


March 2011

E-World Logo Our expectations from the E-world 2011 have been sur­passed by reality yet, the joint stand of the companies Baer Industrie-Elektronik GmbH and iS Software Sales and Service GmbH has enjoyed a lively cus­tomer interest. In addition to many of our customers, we were able to welcome new and highly interested visitors from home and abroad.

The new release V3.1 of our meter reading system SIGLON with respect to the enhanced functionality was very well re­ceived by the more than 300 system operators. Another highlight was the launch of the application Meter2SCADA. This innovation bridges the gap from the previous energy charging to grid operations (SCADA), using identical, accurate measured values near real time. Deviations from the previous billing against the load schedule and the network prediction are eliminated, first users reported sustainable productivity increases and very short payback periods.

With Meter2SCADA and components of the new Baer Field Control system makes the company bear their part about the smart grid. Specifically, the distribution grid operators could respond to fluctuations in energy demand, targeted to small producers to be taken off the network and reconnected.

We thank all visitors for the exciting, breakthrough talks, and would already like to refer to the upcoming E-world. It takes place from February 7th-9th 2012 again in Essen.


January 2011

[ WFES Picture ]

The World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi, UAE, started January 17th 2011 for four days. This summit  concentrates on clean energy like solar or wind power but does not forget other elements like the availability and cleanliness of water.   General  Shaikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nayan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces inaugurated the summit along with UN Secretary General  Ban Ki-Moon. Among other head of states or royalties were Asif Ali Zardari, President of Pakistan,   Ólafur Ragnar Grimsson, President of Iceland, Jose Socrates Carvallo Pinto de Sousa, Prime Minister of Portugal, Nikolaz Gilauri, Prime Minister of Georgia, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Guillaume, Crown Prince of Luxembourg.  
More than 600 companies have participated and presented new or proven technologies  which will help to reduce  the carbon dioxide output  and to bring clean energy also all parts of the world.  The summit also showed that besides the technology progress  it also needs a firm political commitment  to support renewal energy at least as a start up to bridge the gap to conventional  energy resources.
For the exhibitors the summit proved to be again an event which is worthwhile participating with many industry professionals  and trade visitors at one place.


 


February 2010


Baer at the Middle East Electricity 2010 in Dubai, UAE

At the stand The MEE2010 in Dubai, UAE is always also a window to see the prosperity of a market. The amount of visitors has increased dramatically since last year. However, a large number of visitors were coming from surrounding countries like Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and a little farer also from India and Pakistan or China.
Many high ranking persons up to CEO’s contributed to the success of this fair. Baer’s product range of hardware, systems and services met very well the expectation of the fair visitors. The automated reading software SIGLON for Grid and Industrial Metering is just the solution many companies were looking for.
As a new application, the Meter to SCADA (M2S) solution connects the meter data world with the requirements for these data in load dispatch systems. With industrial areas being refurbished or completely new constructed M2S could offer a perfect solution.

Baer thanks all visitors for their interest and excellent discussions to make this an utmost successful fair.

 


December 2008

Baer in the German Pavilion on the Middle East Electricity fair 2009 in Dubai, United Arab EmiratesMEE2009

Please visit us from February 8th to February 10th in the German Pavilion.
You will find us in Hall 1 on both 1 B 38.
 

 
February 2008

Baer on the Middle East Electricity fair 2008 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

[Picture MEE2008]The MEE 2008 from February 10th –14th, 2008 in Dubai, UAE, has proven itself once more  as the outstanding fair for all products related to electricity. The fair which has been opened by the minister of energy offers a platform for hundreds of companies from Europe, USA, Canada or Far-East. Switchgears, meters, home-automation, wind-mills or solar systems are only a part of the broad diversity of products. With a booth of its own Baer could use once again the excellent services of the “German Pavilion” which was the largest exhibitor on this fair demonstrating the appreciation of German products by the Middle East Market. 
Baer is the market leader for automated meter reading systems (AMR) in the UAE with many installations in power plants and substations. Modern features as well as the experience with meters from different manufacturers contribute to the great success in the Middle East Market.
 

 
August 2007

GSM-3+ GSM-3H


    

We start the delivery of our new and improved GSM/GPRS-Modems UniModGSM-3+.

New are:

  • Three on-board interfaces: 20mA/CS, RS232, RS485
  • besides the famous and proved exchange module: 20mA/CS, RS232, RS485 or M-Bus active/passive
  • Additional data links via RJ-48-connector
  • Optionally buffering for SMS-Alarm
  • Prepaid SIM-Karten möglich
  • Baud rate switching via remote control
  • GSM Mini-Antenna possible

 
May 2007

DLM6

 
The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (www.PTB.de) grants us the "Type-approval certificate under German law" for the DLM6 (Announcement no. 4630).

 
We have moved



Our present building could not longer satisfy the permanently increasing required space. At our new location in the Rathsbergstr. 23 in Nürnberg we are reachable for you since Monday, 10th of April

Here you find the journey description to our new location.
 

 
 

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