Export data from your RTU using the version 3.1.1 of the MQTT protocol.
The MQTT protocol provides data transport, but does not have any requirements on the type of data that is actually transmitted. To provide maximum flexibility, the SCADASuite MQTT application supports a few different data formats.
The MQTT application can monitor up to 32 digital values, 32 sixteen bit integer values, and up to 64 single precision floating point values. For each monitored value, the MQTT application can be configured to transmit data when the value is outside of some configurable limits (alarm), or when the value has changed by some amount (deadband).
Historic Data (Datalogs)
SCADAPack has powerful and flexible data logging functionality. The SCADASuite MQTT application can upload logged data when using the Sparkplug B data format. Logged data can be uploaded on a schedule, when the logged data exceeds a certain number of records, or on demand, from user logic.
Up to 16 monitored values can be combined into a single reporting group. All of the values in a reporting group can be transmitted at the same time when using JSON or Sparkplug B data formats. This reduces communications overhead and RTU loading. Reporting group data is always transmitted on a fixed schedule.
TLS v1.1 and v1.2 are supported by the SCADASuite MQTT application. This is an optional, licensed, feature.