Empowering Security for Digital Substation

The convergence of automation and security stands as a cornerstone in the evolution of digital substations, which has enhanced efficiency, reliability, and performance. However, the proliferation of digital solutions also introduces new challenges, particularly in ensuring the robust security of critical infrastructure.

Lanner offers high-performance data concentrators and security gateways designed for digital substations, certified under IEC-61850-3 standards. These devices come equipped with a suite of advanced features specifically tailored for the demanding substation environment. Notable attributes include a broad operating temperature range, I/O surge protection, industrial-grade Ethernet modules, and power redundancy, ensuring optimal functionality and reliability in critical power infrastructure settings.


Distributech 2024

Lanner is set to unveil its latest IEC61850-3 certified computers at Distributech 2024. These rugged computers are specifically engineered for industrial-grade durability and redundancy, ensuring uninterrupted performance even in the in harsh environments like substations.

Come visit Lanner booth at #421 from Feb 24 to 29, 2024.




OT Network Security

Safeguarding substations against cybersecurity threats is of paramount importance, considering their pivotal role as crucial nodes in the electrical grid for distributing power across various sectors. A breach in substation cybersecurity extends beyond mere power supply disruptions, posing significant safety hazards. This includes potential physical damages that can endanger both the workforce and the public.

Recognizing the critical nature of substation cybersecurity, Lanner offers an extensive array of network security appliances meticulously designed to bolster the cybersecurity stance of substation automation systems. The solution is geared towards delivering reliable, real-time threat detection and response capabilities, thereby ensuring the robust security and integrity of the critical systems within the substation infrastructure.

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Virtual Protection Relay

The Virtual Protection Relay (VPR) is pivotal in modernizing power grids and ensuring the safety of distribution substations. By integrating software-defined and virtualization platforms, the VPR streamlines life cycle management, enhances performance, and reduces capital and maintenance costs. The overarching aim is to establish a foundation for a reliable and resilient electricity supply in the future.

Lanner drives this shift with IEC61850-3 certified rackmount computers and industrial-grade ethernet cards. Tailored for modern IT frameworks and virtualization, these rugged computers cut hardware costs, boost availability, and improve security. Their scalable memory supports multiple virtual machines, each with resources comparable to standalone systems, underscoring the critical role of virtualization and cybersecurity in the evolving power distribution landscape

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IEC-61850 Certified Computers


  • IEC 61850-3 and IEEE 1613 Cerfified
  • Support Intel® Xeon® E3-1505L V6, i5-7442EQ (KabyLake-H) or W-11000 series CPU (Tiger Lake H) (by SKU)
  • Support 2x SO-DIMM DDR4 ECC memory up to 64GB


  • IEC 61850-3 and IEEE 1613 Certified
  • Intel® Atom™ X6211E/X6413E/X6425E CPU (formerly Elkhart Lake)
  • 6x 100M/1G/2.5 GbE RJ45 with 1 pair bypass, 2x GbE SFP, TPM 2.0, 1x COM, 2x USB, 2x DIO


  • IEC 61850-3 & IEEE 1613 certified
  • AMD Ryzen V1404I
  • 6x GbE RJ45 or 4x GbE RJ45 + 2x GbE SFP (1 pair LAN bypass by RJ45)


  • Intel® Atom™ C3000 series processor
  • 2x SODIMM DDR4 up to 64GB memory
  • 4x GbE RJ45 ports, 2x 2.5GbE RJ45 ports