Make your smart grid smarter with iiDEAS® SCADA Interface Module

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The iiDEAS SCADA Interface eliminates the data silos in existing data systems used by electric, gas and water utilities. This optional module in Aclara’s iiDEAS platform combines SCADA analog data from existing devices in one convenient platform. Utilities who add the iiDEAS platform to their smart grid finally have a single location to warehouse and access critical operations data for complex analysis, reporting, event investigations, line loss analysis and transformer loading. Data can be trended at intervals from 5 minutes to one-hour giving utilities control over data when they need it. 

Aclara Technologies LLC is a world-class supplier of smart infrastructure solutions (SIS) to water, gas, and electric utilities globally. Over 500 utilities in nine countries rely on proven Aclara solutions to connect with their customers.
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