ASE2000 Version 2

ASE provides a comprehensive product for utility protocol testing with its’ PC-based protocol test solution. The ASE2000 Test Set is a full-featured protocol test system that provides the user with a powerful and flexible tool for testing and maintaining SCADA RTU and SCADA IED equipment and diagnosing communication problems. It supports 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7, 8, 10, XP (SP2, SP3), Vista.

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Overview

ASE’s protocol and communication test products, first introduced in 1989, are currently in use worldwide by RTU and IED equipment manufacturers, electric power utilities, and SCADA system vendors. The ASE2000 RTU Test Set line supports :

SE2000 Version 1 was first introduced in 1999 (replacing older Comm/32 and Comm/64 models) and has a current installed base of several thousand units in numerous utilities and SCADA industry companies worldwide. Version 1 is still available for sale, however is not updated with new protocol updates and bug fixes. More information on ASE2000 Version 1 is available here

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All protocols are supported in a single program with a single user interface. The ASE2000 provides a total solution approach to the area of protocol test equipment software and its family of PC based protocol test equipment that includes USB serial communication hardware and Bell-202 modems

ASE2000 Version 1 was first introduced in 1999 (replacing older Comm/32 and Comm/64 models) and has a current installed base of several thousand units in numerous utilities and SCADA industry companies worldwide. Version 1 is still available for sale, however is not updated with new protocol updates and bug fixes. More information on ASE2000 Version 1 is available here


Features & Specifications

General RTU Simulation Line Monitoring
  • Graphics window / menu screen presentation with keyboard or pointer navigation
  • Common user interface set-up displays, independent of protocol
  • Custom display of data with protocol specific formatting
  • User preference set-up and save
  • Extensive On-Line help facility
  • Supports Windows 2000/XP/Vista operating environments
  • Graphics window / menu screen presentation with keyboard or pointer navigation
  • Common user interface set-up displays, independent of protocol
  • Custom display of data with protocol specific formatting
  • User preference set-up and save
  • Graphics window / menu screen presentation with keyboard or pointer navigation
  • Common user interface set-up displays, independent of protocol
  • Custom display of data with protocol specific formatting
  • User preference set-up and save
  • Extensive On-Line help facility
  • Supports Windows 2000/XP/Vista operating environments

Hardware Configuration

The ASE2000 RTU Test Set is available in various models that differ only by communication hardware; the software is identical. The ASE2000-COM supports Asynchronous Byte and Network protocols only. Standard PC COM ports cannot support bit-oriented communication used by many of the older legacy protocols

ASE2000-USB-RS

The ASE2000-USB-RS supports all asynchronous serial, synchronous serial, and network protocols. Serial communication is supported through ASE’s BCOM-USB, a USB bus powered, two-channel, serial RS-232 communication device. The two RS-232 ports support both synchronous (bit protocol)and asynchronous (byte protocol) communication. A set of RS-232 LEDs for each channel show TX, RX, RTS, CTS, and CD status. Connection to the PC is via a standard USB device cable. Both USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 standards are supported. RS-232 communication operates from 50 to 56K baud for byte-oriented protocols, and from 50 to 2400 baud for bit-oriented protocols. Network protocol communication uses standard PC network hardware

ASE2000-USB-M

Model ASE2000-USB-M includes all hardware provided in the ASE2000-USB-RS, plus a dual-channel Bell-202 modem. The modem is powered from the BCOM-USB device. The same software is provided for model ASE2000-USB-M as for model ASE2000-USB-RS. So all your popular protocols like DNP3, IEC 60870-5-104, IEC 60870-5-101 will continue to work with ASE2000-USB-M.

ASE2000-COM

The ASE2000-COM utilizes standard PC COM ports and is suitable for users that require support for asynchronous byte-oriented and network protocols only, all using standard PC hardware or USB to serial devices manufactured by others. The ASE2000-COM model:

  • Supports only asynchronous byte and network protocols. This includes protocols such as DNP3, IEC60870-5-101, IEC60870-5-103, IEC60870-5-104, and Modbus
  • It does not support ASE’s dual-channel Bell-202 modem since that modem derives its power from the BCOM-USB device. The COM model will operate with an external modem. ASE sells single-channel external Bell-202 and V.23 modems
  • Does not support the Line Analyzer function
  • All ASE2000 models require two COM ports to support serial protocol Monitor Mode operation. Users who wish to operate in Monitor mode should verify that their computer is equipped with two serial ports. (ASE’s BCOM-USB device does contain two serial ports.
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Product Details

The ASE2000 RTU Test Set is a full-featured protocol test unit that provides the user with a powerful and flexible tool for testing and maintaining SCADA RTU and SCADA IED equipment and diagnosing communication problems.

USER INTERFACE

ASE2000 operation is a menu driven, window oriented interface, developed in line with standard Windows interface presentation guidelines. Set-up screens allow the user to define test session specific information and user preference information. For quick-start operation, the supplied default values for most test operations are sufficient and preclude the need for lengthy and complicated pre-test set-up…Read more

DISPLAY OPTIONS

Display screens provide dynamic data display during monitoring and simulation mode test sessions.

Users are not limited to a single display format for message data. In addition, message data can be displayed in Interpretive Mode which identifies, in English, the various message elements and their values, Raw Data Mode which displays only the numeric message data, or both. Point data is a

MODES OF OPERATION (VERSION 1 ANDVERSION 2, EXCHANGE MODE)

The ASE2000 test set has three modes of operation, Master Simulation (communicating to a downstream device or RTU), RTU Simulation (communicating to a master station), and Line Monitor (listening to communications between Master and RTU/IED devices)…Read more Read more

MODES OF OPERATION (VERSION 1 ANDVERSION 2, EXCHANGE MODE)

ASE2000 Version 2 adds Task Mode. In this mode, the ASE2000 operates from a user-defined RTU/IED device database. Each definition includes counts and addresses of all input points at that devic Read more

Test No: Title State
7 Transport Layer Pass
7.2 Test Procedure Pass
1 Cycle power to the DUT Pass
2 Request Class 0 data (Object 60 Variation 1) using Qualifier Code 0x06. Pass
3 Verify that the DUT responds with a valid message Pass
4 If the DUT’s reply contains more than 249 octets then verify that the first response message sets the FIR bit to a one, the FIN bit is set to zero. Pass
5 Verify subsequent messages to assure that the FIR bit is zero, the FIN bit is zero, and the sequence number increments by one. Pass
5 Verify that the last message has the FIR bit is zero and the FIN bit is one, signifying the last data fragment, and the SEQ value increments by one. Pass
6 Verify that the last message has the FIR bit is zero and the FIN bit is one, signifying the last data fragment, and the SEQ value increments by one. Pass
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