WAGO Corporation’s J1939 Interface function block increases large engine efficiency by tracking, and reacting to, engine performance parameters via WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM. WAGO’s J1939 Interface is compatible with SAE’s J1939 Protocol favored by prominent engine manufacturers. This enables 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.
The majority of WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM controllers, couplers and modules carry key approvals including UL, ABS, DNV, GL, CE and ATEX. These make WAGO’s J1939 Interface and WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM ideal for diverse engine monitoring applications, from those in oil fields to those aboard workboats and cargo vessels.
WAGO Custom J1939 Enclosures:
To simplify J1939 engine monitoring integration, WAGO’s Custom Product Division has developed a J1939 Enclosure. The pre-wired NEMA 4X enclosure is equipped with WAGO-I/O, such as the ETHERNET 2.0 Media Redundancy Controller for redundant networks.
WAGO’s J1939 Interface will be displayed at Booth 6125 of the Offshore Technology Conference, May 2-5 in Houston.
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