M-Bus to Modbus-TCP gateway

The Anybus M-Bus to Modbus TCP gateway decodes M-Bus telegrams for easy overview and mapping of meter values. You can connect up to 20 or 80 M-Bus slaves and enable them to communicate on a Modbus-TCP network.

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.
This easy-to-use gateway creates a connection from
Modbus-TCP to any other industrial network.
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.

How to configure




How to connect M-bus sensors to PROFINET/TIA Portal

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. In the video below you will see how this is done to PROFINET/TIA Portal.



IP configuration tool
The IP settings are made with the configuration tool CHIPtool from Beck IPC.
Chiptool download page


   POINTS CLÉS
  Get data on your consumption of electricity, water or gas onto Modbus-TCP (or any industrial other network).
  Easy web-based configuration tool. No programming required.

  SPÉCIFICATIONS TECHNIQUES
Taille:   89 mm x 35 mm x 58 mm
Power Supply:   24VDC
Température:   0 to 50°C
Consommation:   Max 300mA
Baud Rate:   300 - 19200
Puissance Mécanique:   IP20
Logiciel requis:   CHIPtool (see File/Document Downloads)
Connectors M-Bus:   Screw terminal, max. 2.5mm²
Connector Ethernet:   100MBit, RJ45, shielded
Enclosure material:   Plastic
Mounting:   DIN rail (35•7,5/15)
Order Code:   025070 (80 slaves/loads)
Code:   024380 (20 slaves/loads)