Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
SEL Radio Receives JF-12 Certification
DoD shortlists SEL-3031 Serial Radio Transceiver for military applications.
PULLMAN, Wash. — Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. (SEL) announced that the SEL-3031 Serial Radio Transceiver has attained U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) JF-12 certification. With this certification, the SEL-3031 can provide wireless communications in U.S. military incident command system (ICS) applications in the continental United States and several U.S. territories.
“The SEL-3031 Radio not only meets the DoD FIPS and JF-12 requirements, it is unique in providing a solution designed for reliable, low-latency SCADA control system applications,” said Dennis Gammel, SEL engineering director for Cybersecurity.
JF-12 certification is a typical requirement for all radios prior to DoD procurement. This certification adds the SEL-3031 to a select group of industrial-grade radios certified for use in the ICS environment. The radio is also FIPS 140 Level 2-compliant.
The SEL-3031 is designed for low-latency, performance-based applications, including high-speed control, reliable teleprotection and communications for fast automation. The radio performs exceptionally well in SCADA and critical-industrial communications, operating in the 900 MHz license-free ISM band and with a line-of-sight range of up to 20 miles. For longer distances and non-line-of-sight applications, the SEL-3031 uses SEL Hop-Sync™ technology for reliable communications.
For more information on features, benefits and applications for the SEL-3031, visit https://selinc.com/p245 .
SEL serves the power industry worldwide through the design, manufacture, supply and support of products and services for power system protection, monitoring, control, automation, communications and metering. For more than 30 years, SEL has provided industry-leading performance in products and services, local technical support, a 10-year worldwide warranty and a commitment to making electric power safer, more reliable and more economical.
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