Wago Corporation: Interface function block provides engine monitoring

Wago Corporation's J1939 Interface function block increases large engine efficiency by tracking, and reacting to, engine performance parameters via WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM.

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Compatible with SAE's J1939 Protocol to enable WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM Programmable Controllers and IPCs to cost-effectively monitor and optimize engine operation on large vessels, generator sets or within plants.  Monitoring multiple engines on one CAN network, WAGO's J1939 Interface directs WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM components to run auxiliary devices, e.g., cooling fans, or execute alarm, start/stop and speed control functions.  Engine data may also be transferred to a local HMI or SCADA system via Fieldbus.
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