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Cp-35 Full Release - Now available
Posted by Shikand Satheesh on 23 July 2019 06:31 AM

 
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Find out about the key features of the latest CP-35 Full Release below and download the latest TBPlus V6.0.0 AND CP-35 FW 2.0.0 packages below.

   
     
     

MORE RESILIENT 

 

ISaGRAF upgrade to latest Workbench 6.5 to give you access to the new powerful ISaGRAF user interface. Support for DNP3 Object 0 which is a key part of the road-map towards full DNP3 compliance.

 

DOWNLOAD THE UPGRADES TODAY

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MORE SECURE

 

The latest Security updates, give you the ability to whitelist IP addresses and support for HTTPs on the webserver.

 

DOWNLOAD THE UPGRADES TODAY

   

MORE FLEXIBLE 

 

Upgrades to the firmware and configuration ability of the RTU to make it even easier to manage the Kingfisher CP-35. In addition, enhancements to ToolBoxPLUS make the configuration tool even more user friendly.

 

DOWNLOAD THE UPGRADES TODAY

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Further Updates to look out for in July & August


Communication Option Card A4:

A Modular Fibre Communication Card using SFP Form Transceivers which enable our customers to use widely available SFP modules. 

 

Communication option card T4:
Hardware upgrade to our existing T3 card. 

 

CP-30 release with additional IEC60870 slave functionality and watchdog enabled on our I/O modules. 


Powered back-plane release to support a full range of input DC supply voltages.

   
     
     
 

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