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.
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.
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.
|Dimensions (L•W•H)||89 x 35 x 58 mm or 3,50 x 1,38 x 2.28 inches|
|Weight||80g or 0,18 lbs|
|Operating temperature||0 to +50 °C or 32 to +122 °F|
|Power supply||24 ±5 VDC|
|Power consumption||2 W idle state, 10 W max.|
|Ethernet connector||1x shielded RJ45 100 Mbit/s|
|M-Bus connector||5-pin screw terminal, max. 2.5mm²|
|Galvanic isolation||On Ethernet side|
|Mechanical rating||IP20, Plastic housing|
|Mounting||DIN-rail (EN 50022 standard)|
|User Manual (024380-C, 025070-C)||2.4||2.39 MB||Download|
|EU Declaration of Conformity||2016-06||317.81 KB||Download|
|Comparison document for -B and -C release||740.13 KB||Download|
|HMS Academy - How to connect M-bus sensors to PROFINET - TIA Portal||-||31.32 MB||Download|
|Anybus M-Bus to Modbus TCP gateway||2.0||1.92 MB||Download|