M-Bus to Modbus TCP Gateway
The M-Bus to Modbus TCP Gateway is an easy way to connect M-Bus slaves to a Modbus TCP control network. Since it is configured via the integrated web interface, it gives the user access to all gateway parameters, meter configuration and services. The gateway can also be configured by uploading configuration files directly to the gateway via FTP.
The Anybus M-Bus to Modbus TCP gateway allows M-Bus devices to communicate on a Modbus TCP network. The gateway decodes M-Bus telegrams making it possible to map meter values to Modbus registers. This enables central control and supervision of measuring devices which usually use the M-Bus protocol.
Get a Complete System Overview
By getting data on consumed electricity, water, gas etc. straight into your PLC system, you can get a complete overview of your site in a SCADA system, including building parameters which otherwise have to be checked separately.
Access Other Networks
You can also connect your M-Bus devices to any other industrial network by pairing the M-Bus gateway with an Anybus X-gateway for Modbus TCP. Connect to Rockwell Logix, Siemens, Mitsubishi PLC’s and more.
The accompanying web-based configuration tool allows you to set up the gateway in an easy-to-use web interface. No programming is necessary.
Features and Benefits of the M-Bus to Modbus TCP Gateway
- Get data on your consumption of electricity, water or gas onto a Modbus TCP network
- Enable total overview of your site’s consumption, including building parameters (electricity, water, gas etc.) into a SCADA system
- No hardware or software changes are required for the connected M-Bus device
- Two versions available supporting connection up to 20 or 80 M-Bus Loads
- Connect to other networks and PLC systems by combining with an Anybus X-gateway and access 10 additional industrial networks
- Easy web-based configuration tool. No programming required.
- Global free technical support and consultancy.
- M-Bus Master interface compliant with EN 13757-2 (M-Bus Master Interface)
- Connects either 20 or 80 M-Bus Loads (M-Bus Master Interface)
- Conforms to Modbus Appl. Protocol Spec. V1.1b (Modbus TCP Server Interface)
- 100 Mbit/s (Modbus TCP Server Interface)