Motorola SCADA

Motorola SCADA systems provide highly reliable communication and control to enhance productivity and efficiency. Our modular ACE3600 RTUs are expandable to meet your growing needs.


Water/Wastewater: Improve distribution system or collection system operation, optimize treatment plants and realize chemical and energy savings.

Electric power distribution: Implement Distribution Automation systems by controlling load break switchgear, reclosers and other IEDs (intelligent electronic devices).at substations, pad or pole top locations. Oil & gas pipelines: Monitor and control flow, pressure, cathodic voltage; perform emergency shutdowns, monitor remote exploration and storage sites.

Early warning/siren control: Perform routine tests and remotely activate sirens for public annunciation of emergency conditions.

Communication network monitoring and control: Perform remote monitoring of critical equipment such as power systems, environmental control systems, tower lights, etc.

Fire station alerting: Quickly dispatch fire equipment and resources with remote control of lights, sirens, voice public address systems, doors, etc.


  • Emergency Service: 24hr/Day, 7 Day/Week
  • Motorola Motorola ACE3600, Moscad & Intrac Parts and Service at Discount Prices
  • Radio Path Studies and On-Site Radio Service
  • Authorized Motorola Training


For over thirty-five years, Motorola has delivered SCADA solutions to the water/wastewater industry. From small rural water operations to large, complex systems with remote wells, storage reservoirs and treatment plants; our customers benefit from Motorola’s commitment to their success. Today, the majority of the top utilities in the nation utilize one or more of our wireless communication systems and thousands of our SCADA systems are used in water/wastewater applications alone. Over 120,000 RTUs have been delivered worldwide.

This services includethe Motorola SCADA: ACE3600 These products serve customers in the water/wastewater, the electrical, mining, and Local, County, State, and Federal government markets.

Narrowbanding FCC Mandate In an effort to promote greater spectrum efficiency, the FCC is requiring all Public Safety and Industrial/Business licensees using 25 kHz VHF and UHF radios systems migrate to minimum 12.5 kHz efficiency by January 1, 2013. US3 is here to help you prepare for a smooth and cost-effective transition. While Motorola radios purchased in the last ten years are likely dual-mode 25/12.5 kHz, older equipment may need to be replaced to increase Capacity or TDMA Efficiency

Increase capacity and meet the Narrowbanding mandate without applying for a second channel. Motorola is shipping two complete product families; ASTRO 25 APX radios for mission critical applications and the MOTOTRBO series for business critical applications that provide greater than 12.5 kHz efficiency.

Transition at Your Own Pace Motorola radios are backwards compatible so they can operate in dual mode (12.5 kHz or 25 kHz), allowing your organization to transition to 12.5 kHz at your own pace up to the FCC deadline.

Graphical User Interface The System Tool Suite (STS) programming tool features user-friendly, menu-driven GUI that allows program development and local and remote system setup and maintenance.

Industry-accepted protocols ACE3600 RTU supports multiple industry protocols such as Modbus, DF-1, DNP3.0, and IEC 60870-5-101 and allows direct connection of smart sensors, PLCs and IEDs.

Motorola Data Link Communication (MDLC) protocol MDLC protocol has robust error handling to provide reliable communication. It enables RTU-to-control-center and RTU-to-RTU direct communications without a dedicated repeater.

MOSCAD Compatibility With MDLC protocol, new ACE3600 RTUs can be easily integrated with existing MOSCAD family RTUs into a single system.


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