|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
|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.|
|Taille:||89 mm x 35 mm x 58 mm|
|Température:||0 to 50°C|
|Baud Rate:||300 - 19200|
|Logiciel requis:||CHIPtool (see File/Document Downloads)|
|Connectors M-Bus:||Screw terminal, max. 2.5mm²|
|Connector Ethernet:||100MBit, RJ45, shielded|
|Mounting:||DIN rail (35•7,5/15)|
|Order Code:||025070 (80 slaves/loads)|
|Code:||024380 (20 slaves/loads)|