The devolo BPL Modem MV is the performer in the medium-voltage network and features a high bandwidth.
- Backbone-technology for data communications in the smart grid
- Broadband-PLC for high data volumes
- Range of 400/ 800 meters
- High noise immunity
- Supply voltage: 24 V
For applications at the medium voltage level with high bandwidth requirements.
Maximum interference immunity for data transmission.
Maximum suppression of signal emission.
Data security through AES 128-bit data encryption.
Simple & practical
Fast installation and lowest maintenance requirements.
Automatic setup of the data network, administration work generally not required.
Option for battery-powered operation with 12 V and 24 V batteries.
Using inductive signal couplers. Any number of successively cascaded individual paths.
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Standards: IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3x, Auto MDI/X, IEEE 1901
Protocols: CSMA / CA (Powerline)
Transfer rates (gross): Ethernet: 10/100 (Mbps), IEEE: 1901 200 (Mbps)
Modulation: OFDM, 4096/1024/256/64-QAM, QPSK, BPSK
Range: Symmetric coupling: 800 m, asymmetric coupling: 400 m (can be expanded through repeating)
Security: AES 128-bit layer 2
LEDs: Multi-function LED (active data connection / no Ethernet data connection / no data connection
via cable connection)
Frequency band: 1.8 - 68 MHz (excluding safety-relevant frequencies and amateur radio frequency allocations)
Device connection: 4 x RJ45 (Ethernet), Screw clamps for cable diameters 0.5 mm² – 2.5 mm² (voltage supply)
Power consumption: Typically 6 W
Power supply: 24 V DC nominal voltage (12 – 30 V DC)
PLC coupling: 2 x BNC, 50 Ohm impendance, optimised for external signal couplers
Dimensions (in mm): 100 (width) x 70 (height) x 100 (depth). Without connections
Temperature (Storage / Operation): -25 – 70°C / -20 – 70°C
Ambient conditions: 0 – 80% rel. humidity, non-corrosive atmosphere,
Protection class: IP 40
Certifications: CE Class A (EU)
BPL at the medium voltage level
Local network stations have primary importance in the smart grid. They are the crucial communication interface between the network operator and the sensors and actuators, as well as the intelligent measuring systems in the low-voltage network. For integrating the distribution station into the energy data network, Powerline communication is useful at the medium voltage level. The data signal is transmitted using a PLC modem and signal coupler to the medium voltage line from a distribution station already accessible for communication (e.g. via fibre-optic cable). This is how the data reaches the distribution stations that were not previously accessible for communication. The advantage of a PLC medium voltage solution is that network stations can be integrated into the smart grid quickly, conveniently and cost-efficiently.