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Hitachi ABB Power Grids Offers Tropos TRO600 portfolio

Hitachi ABB Power Grids has presented its new remote correspondence arrangement with the launch of the cutting edge Tropos TRO600 portfolio. The business entity will introduce a hybrid wireless architecture, seamlessly integrating 2G, 3G and 4G LTE communication technologies, self-healing broadband mesh and select sub-GHz technologies from its eco-system partners into a single device.

Hitachi “Expanding applications require our customers to change the way they operate their communication networks. With Hitachi ABB Power Grids’ new wireless portfolio, we are introducing a comprehensive hybrid network that addresses unique operating challenges of disparate, purpose-built communication networks,” said Massimo Danieli, Managing Director, Grid Automation business unit, Hitachi ABB Power Grids. “TRO600 is backward compatible for legacy investment protection and is future-proof for many years to come. The edge-compute capability will enable our customers’ digital transformation journey to an increasing number of Industrial IoT applications,” he added.

The new TRO600 portfolio of wireless products offer the optimal combination of technologies to meet multiple use cases in mining, oil and gas, utilities and smart cities, and are configured to the customers’ specification. The hybrid approach unifies communications to all devices, ensuring fast, secure, and reliable connectivity for each operational need.

The solutions provide a combination of interoperable technologies on a single communication network, enabling applications for edge devices, mobile devices and field networks. This powerful hybrid combination will be fully factory integrated for increased reliability, ease of deployment and reduced total cost of ownership.

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