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Servelec Technologies, a market-leading global provider of end-to-end telemetry products and systems, is pleased to announce that its market-leading Kingfisher Plus modular RTU platform has been enhanced and now supports secure DNP3 file transfer.

Users of the Kingfisher Plus’ CP-30 processor unit can now update the firmware and configuration of the CP-30 processor unit using third party SCADA or a DNP Master station by Ethernet or Serial port. Secure DNP3 file transfer provides the ability for customers to manage their entire RTU infrastructure securely.  RTU software updates and configuration held in SCADA can be deployed to an RTU using the same open protocol (DNP3) which is used for communications.

For more information including an application note explaining how to download firmware and configuration files using DNP3 file transfer please visit the Servelec Technologies Support Portal (access requires an account). To benefit from this upgrade, Kingfisher Plus users require firmware version 4408 or later and Toolbox Plus 4.2.0 or later. To download the latest firmware and Toolbox Plus updates please use the links below

Firmware version 4408

Toolbox Plus 4.2.0

Servelec Technologies’ Kingfisher Plus RTU modular automation platform provides advanced capabilities, IP connectivity, and open programming to remote measurement and control applications. Following this latest enhancement, Servelec Technologies’ Development and Support Director, Matthew Hawkridge said: “I am pleased to announce the latest update to our Kingfisher Plus RTU platform, which includes secure DNP3 file transfer features making our Kingfisher Plus platform easier to manage and configure.

“DNP3 file transfer means less disruption to our users when updating and configuring their network of Kingfisher RTUs, which is vitally important when these RTUs are often monitoring and controlling assets in critical infrastructure applications.

Servelec Technologies delivers efficiency savings to customers’ business operations, by creating systems to collect, communicate and exploit data. To find out more about Servelec Technologies Kingfisher RTU range, please visit www.servelectechnologies.com