WEG RS485-ETH-N User Manual

WEG RS485-ETH-N User Manual
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Ethernet/Serial Gateway
RS485-ETH-N
User Manual
User Manual
Series: RS485-ETH-N
Language: English
Document: 10006614893 / 00
Summary
Summary
1 GENERAL INFORMATION
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2 INSTALLATION
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2.1 DEFINITIONS ON RS485-ETH-N .........................................................................................................8
2.2 CONFIGURING RS485-ETH-N .............................................................................................................9
2.3 REQUIRED INSTALLATIONS FOR CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE.................................................10
2.3.1 Installing RS485-ETH-N Configuration Software......................................................................10
3 CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE
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3.1 CONNECTION SETTINGS...................................................................................................................13
3.2 NETWORK SETTINGS.........................................................................................................................14
3.3 SERIAL PORT SETTINGS....................................................................................................................16
3.4 GATEWAY SETTINGS..........................................................................................................................17
3.4.1 Server Mode...............................................................................................................................18
3.4.1.1 Modbus Request Side..................................................................................................
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3.4.1.2 Modbus Response Side...........................................................................................18
3.4.2 Client Mode................................................................................................................................21
3.4.2.1 Modbus Query Side..................................................................................................21
3.4.2.2 Modbus Response Side...........................................................................................21
3.5 DEVICE INFORMATION PAGE............................................................................................................24
4 WEB INTERFACE / CONNECTION VIA ETHERNET
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4.1 SECURITY SETTINGS.........................................................................................................................26
4.2 CONNECTION VIA ETHERNET...........................................................................................................26
5 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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1 GENERAL INFORMATION
RS485-ETH-N converts between MODBUS and Ethernet protocols and allow user to: Control and monitor serial
devices in the plant over the Internet or local area network with server mode.
Control and monitor devices, that support Ethernet-based protocols, over the serial interface with client mode.
İnternet
Modem
Modem
ETHERNET
ETHERNET
Server Mode:
While operating in the server mode, RS485-ETH-N converts MODBUS RTU Over TCP, TCP and MODBUS ASCII
Over TCP queries that had received from the Internet or local area network to MODBUS RTU and MODBUS ASCII
queries and forwards them to serial devices. It converts the response it had received from the devices to query
protocol and sends it to the querying device (master).
ETHERNET
RS485-ETH-N
RS 485
Figura 1.1: General Operating Principle of Server Mode
QUERY SIDE
RESPONSE SIDE
Physical Port
Ethernet
Physical Port
Serial
MODBUS TCP
Protocol
MODBUS RTU
MODBUS RTU Over TCP
Protocol
MODBUS ASCII
MODBUS ASCII Over TCP
Tabela 1.1: Protocols Supported in the Server Mode
RS485-ETH-N
ETHERNET
USB - RS485
converter
Modem
Modem
ETHERNET
RS 485
ETHERNET
Client Mode:
While operating in the client mode, RS485-ETH-N converts MODBUS RTU and MODBUS ASCII queries that
had received from the serial port to MODBUS RTU Over TCP, TCP and MODBUS ASCII Over TCP queries and
forwards them to remote devices connected to the Internet or local area network. It converts the response it had
received from the devices to query protocol and sends it to the querying device (master).
TCP/IP
Figura 1.2: General Operating Principle of Client Mode
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QUERY SIDE
Physical Port
RESPONSE SIDE
Serial
Physical Port
MODBUS RTU
Protocol
MODBUS ASCII
Ethernet
MODBUS TCP
Protocol
MODBUS RTU Over TCP
MODBUS ASCII Over TCP
Tabela 1.2: Protocols Supported in the Client Mode
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2 INSTALLATION
2.1 DEFINITIONS ON RS485-ETH-N
Power Input
Reset Button
ON LED
Ethernet Port
RX/TX LED
USB Port
RS485 Port
Figura 2.1: Definitions on RS485-ETH-N
U1-U2 Input:
RS485-ETH-N is powered on from U1-U2 input. 18 … 50V AC/DC must be applied.
RST Button:
Device is restarted when it is pressed.
ON LED:
When the LED color is orange, that means device is powered on from only U1-U2 input.
When the LED color is orange, that means micro-usb cable is connected to RS485-ETH-N.
RX/TX LED:
When the LED color is orange, that means device is being responded to RX query.
When the LED color is blue, that means device is being responded to TX query.
If RX/TX queries come to RS485-ETH-N rapidly, RX/TX LED color can be seem as white.
ON LED & RX/TX LED:
If two of them blink at the same time, it means that RS485-ETH-N is restarted.
Ethernet Port:
Ethernet cable must be inserted.
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USB Port:
Micro-USB cable must be inserted to this port. Device can power on with USB port as well. If
operator wants to use WEG GATEWAY MASTER must be connected to PC over micro-usb cable.
RS485 Port:
It provides to communicate with the devices that support Modbus Protocol.
2.2 CONFIGURING RS485-ETH-N
There are three options when RS485-ETH-N is configured.
1. Using WEG GATEWAY MASTER software over USB port. (Will be explained in “Section 3”).
Figura 2.2: Gateway Master Software
2. Writing RS485-ETH-N IP address to the WEG GATEWAY MASTER. (Will be explained in “Section 4”).
Figura 2.3: Connect via ethernet with Gateway Master
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3. Writing RS485-ETH-N IP address to the Web browser. (Will be explained in “Section 4”).
Figura 2.4: RS485-ETH-N Web interface
NOTE: In order to access RS485-ETH-N web interface; operator should change RS485-ETH-N default IP and
other related settings with using WEG GATEWAY MASTER software.
2.3 REQUIRED INSTALLATIONS FOR CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE
In order to configure RS485-ETH-N over USB port, required installations will be explained in this section.
Operator can find necessary files in the CD that is in product box.
„„ Setup=>WEG GATEWAY MASTER.exe must be installed for RS485-ETH-N configuration software.
2.3.1 Installing RS485-ETH-N Configuration Software
Run WEG GATEWAY MASTER.exe which resides in the CD that comes with the product.
After selecting the desired target where software will be setup, click on the “Next” button and continue with the
next step.
Figura 2.5: Weg Gateway Master-first step
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Figura 2.6: Driver Setup (Step 4)
Figura 2.7: Driver Setup (Step 5)
Figura 2.8: Driver Setup (Step 6)
Setup wizard will show a list summarizing the content to be installed. Click the “Next” button again and start setup.
When setup is completed, finish the setup by the word “Finish”.
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After click “Finish” button, USB Driver setup screen shown. An example of installation of RS485-ETH-N was
explained below.
Figura 2.9: Driver Setup (Step 1)
Figura 2.10: Driver Setup (Step 2)
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3 CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE
After the steps in “Section 2” are completed successfully:
„„ RS485-ETH-N must be connected to the PC via Micro-USB cable;
„„ After that configuration software must be run. Configuration software can be accessed by the shortcut
created from the Windows Start menu or by the shortcut created on the desktop;
3.1 CONNECTION SETTINGS
If RS485-ETH-N is connected to the PC via USB cable, virtual COM port to which RS485-ETH-N connects will
be listed in the software as in Figure 3-2. If the correct port doesn’t appear on the list, the list can be updated by
clicking the “Refresh” button.
Figura 3.1: Virtual Com Port that RS485-ETH-N is connected
NOTE: If the virtual serial port to which RS485-ETH-N connects is not known, it can be selected as
shown in Figure 3-2. After the correct port is selected, software connection to RS485-ETH-N is ensured
by pressing “Connect” button.
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Figura 3.2: COM Port Selection
NOTE: After the connection, “Device Information”, “Serial Configuration”, “Network Settings”, “Gateway
Configuration”, “About”, “Disconnect”, “Read” and “Write” tabs will be enabled and they will be visible on the
tabs concerning up-to-date configuration settings of the connected RS485-ETH-N. RS485-ETH-N must not be
disconnected from the USB without clicking the “Disconnect” button. “Security Configuration” will be enabled
when connected via ethernet.
3.2 NETWORK SETTINGS
In this tab, settings for the network to which RS485-ETH-N connects are made. Meanings of the
terms used in this tab are briefly as follows:
Figura 3.3: Network Settings
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MAC Address:
Represents the physical address of every device that can be connected to the network. It is assigned to the
devices during production by the producing company and cannot be changed by the user. Even if they have the
same brand and model, MAC address has to be different for every device. MAC address is a 48 bit data. They
are shown in the order of hexadecimal numbers as follows:
Example: C4 : 29 : 1D : 00 : 00 : 00
IP Address:
It is the address taken within a network, by a device connected to the network. It is a form of logical addressing
but not physical addressing. With the provision that they are in different networks, there can be many devices with
the same IP address. IP addresses can be changed by the user. In IPv4 standard, IP addresses are represented
by 4 bytes. They are shown in the order of decimal numbers as follows:
Example: 192.168.35.15
Gateway Address:
Gateway is a network hardware connected to the local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) at the
same time. There are different IP addresses in the local area network and wide area network. Gateway address is
the IP address of the gateway in the local area network. Data packages forwarded to this IP address are handled
in the gateway and transferred to the wide area network.
LAN 1L
AN 2
WAN
Gateway1
Gateway 2
Figura 3.4: Operating Principle of The Gateway
Subnet Mask:
It is used in determining whether two IP addresses are in the same network or not.
Network settings of RS485-ETH-N can be configured in two ways:
1. When “Use DHCP” is selected, RS485-ETH-N automatically receives the settings appropriate for the network
to which it connects.
2. If the IP address is to be entered by the gateway and subnet mask, “Use DHCP should not be selected and
values compatible with the network to which RS485-ETH-N connects should be entered in the appropriate
fields. Default network settings of RS485-ETH-N are as follows:
Network Configuration
Manual (DHCP off)
IP Address
192.168.35.15
Gateway Address
192.168.35.254
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Web Server Port
80
Ping
Selected
Tabela 3.1: Default Network Settings of RS485-ETH-N
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Web Server Port:
It is a number used to access the Web interface of RS485-ETH-N. Default value is 80. In order not to experience
any problems in routing, it is recommended not to have another device connected to the network listening to the
selected port. When a port number other than the default value is used, write “;” and then the selected port number
in the address line of the Web browser, after the IP address in order to access the Web interface.
Example: If IP address of RS485-ETH-N is assigned as 192.168.35.27 and network server port as 601, the address
192.168.35.27:601 must be written in the address area of the Web browser in order to access Web interface.
Ping:
Ping command is a general command that queries the existence of a device in a particular IP address in a network.
By this command, it is also possible to check whether RS485-ETH-N is connected to the network properly. If
this option is enabled, RS485-ETH-N responds to the ping query, if it is not, RS485-ETH-N does not respond to
the ping query.
3.3 SERIAL PORT SETTINGS
In this tab, serial communication settings of RS485-ETH-N are made. Values in this tab should be selected in
accordance with the devices with serial interfaces in the MODBUS network. If these values are not set in accordance
with the MODBUS network, a healthy serial communication will not be performed. Default serial communication
settings for RS485-ETH-N are as follows:
Baud Rate
38400
Stop Bit
1
Parity
None
Tabela 3.2: Default Serial Port Settings for RS485-ETH-N
Baud Rate:
RS485-ETH-N supports 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 and 115200 baud
rates.
Stop Bit:
RS485-ETH-N supports 1 and 2 stop bit.
Parity:
RS485-ETH-N supports single parity and double parity modes and modes without parity.
Figura 3.5: Serial Port Settings
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3.4 GATEWAY SETTINGS
RS485-ETH-N can be worked as a server or client. Gateway Settings tab is divided into two sub
sections independently from Server or Client Mode.
„„ MODBUS Request Side (interface in which information will be requested from RS485-ETH-N).
„„ MODBUS Response Side (interface in which RS485-ETH-N will make queries).
Figura 3.6: Gateway Settings
NOTE: If the option "Validate MODBUS data" is not active, the data flow is carried out using the communication
protocol of the existing system.
When the "Validate MODBUS data" option is active, data flow is allowed if it communicates with the MODBUS
protocol during data transfer. If the protocol is not MODBUS, communication will not take place.
Default gateway settings of RS485-ETH-N are as follows:
MODE OF
OPERATION
PHYSICAL
PORT
PROTOCOL
PORT
TIMEOUT
MODBUS REQUEST SIDE
Server
Ethernet
Modbus TCP
502
10000 msec
MODBUS RESPONSE
SIDE
Server
Serial
Modbus RTU
-
1000 msec
Tabela 3.3: Default Gateway Settings of RS485-ETH-N
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3.4.1 Server Mode
While operating in the server mode, RS485-ETH-N converts MODBUS RTU Over MODBUS TCP, TCP and
MODBUS ASCII Over TCP queries it had received from the Internet or local area network to MODBUS RTU and
MODBUS ASCII queries and forwards them to serial devices. It converts the response it had received from the
devices to query protocol and sends itto the querying device (master).
3.4.1.1 Modbus Request Side
Physical Port:
In the server mode, notification areas in MODBUS Request Side (interface in which information will be requested
from RS485-ETH-N) pane and settings that can be performed are as follows.
Protocol:
Types of MODBUS queries coming to RS485-ETH-N over the Ethernet connection is identified by the help of this
area. Either MODBUS RTU Over MODBUS TCP, TCP or MODBUS ASCII Over TCP is selected.
Port:
Port to which RS485-ETH-N will listen.
Timeout:
In the server mode, if a new query does not come to RS485-ETH-N until the end of timeout period at the query
side, RS485-ETH-N shuts down the TCP connection to the machine sending query and allocates resources for
the new TCP connections. If the time between the two queries is greater than the timeout period, a new TCP
connection should be made before the query is sent.
3.4.1.2 Modbus Response Side
In server mode, notification areas in the MODBUS Response Side (interface in which RS485-ETH-N will make
queries) pane and settings that can be performed are as follows:
Physical Port:
It is for notification purposes. While running in the server mode, MODBUS responses have to come to RS485ETH-N over serial connection.
Protocol:
Types of MODBUS responses coming to RS485-ETH-N over serial connection is identified by the help of this field.
Either MODBUS RTU protocol or MODBUS ASCII protocol is selected.
Timeout:
It is the wait time for response from each device on RS485-ETH-N MODBUS network. If no response is received
from the device to which the query is sent, switching to the next remote connection query is performed.
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Figura 3.7: Server Mode Settings Screen
Server Mode Communication Example:
In this scenario, it is desired to take data from a device that accepts MODBUS RTU query using a computer that
is connected to the network. MODBUS software in the computer can create MODBUS TCP queries only from
port no 502. In this case, in oder to have a healthy data communication, the following steps should be taken:
QUERY
MODBUS TCP
MODBUS TCP
1
2
NETWORK
6
MODBUS TCP
MODBUS RTU
3
RS485-ETH-N
5
4
MODBUS TCP
MODBUS RTU
RESPONSE
Figura 3.8: Server Mode Data Communication Scenario
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Serial communication parameters of the serial device in slave status are as follows:
Baud Rate
57600
Stop Bit
1
Parity
None
Tabela 3.4: Server Mode Serial Communication Settings
1. MODBUS TCP query created by the software in the computer is sent to the network via Ethernet port.
2. Being connected to the same network, RS485-ETH-N takes MODBUS TCP from the Ethernet port and converts
it to MODBUS RTU query.
3. RS485-ETH-N forwards the converted query to the serial device via serial port and waits for response until
timeout period expires (1 second is assumed to be enough for this scenario).
4. Serial device forwards the data that comes from RS485-ETH-N and that correspond to MODBUS RTU query
to RS485-ETH-N in the form of MODBUS RTU response from its serial port. RS485-ETH-N receives the
response from its serial port and converts it to MODBUS TCP response.
5. RS485-ETH-N sends the converted MODBUS TCP response to the network via Ethernet port.
6. Software in the computer notifies the user by using MODBBUS TCP response it had received from the network.
Taking this into account, serial communication and gateway settings of RS485-ETH-N should be
configured as follows:
Figura 3.9: Server Mode Communication Example
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3.4.2 Client Mode
While operating in the client mode, RS485-ETH-N converts MODBUS RTU and MODBUS ASCII queries it had
received from the serial port to MODBUS RTU Over MODBUS TCP, TCP and MODBUS ASCII Over MODBUS RTU
and TCP queries and forwards them to remote devices connected to the Internet or local area network. It converts
the response it had received from the devices to query protocol and sends it to the querying device (master).
3.4.2.1 Modbus Query Side
In the client mode, notification areas in MODBUS Query Side (interface in which information will be requested from
RS485-ETH-N) pane and settings that can be performed are as follows:
Physical Port:
It is for notification purposes. While running in the client mode, MODBUS responses have to come to RS485ETH-N over the serial connection.
Protocol:
Types of MODBUS responses coming to RS485-ETH-N over serial connection is identified by the help of this field.
Either “MODBUS RTU” protocol or “MODBUS ASCII” protocol is selected.
3.4.2.2 Modbus Response Side
In the client mode, notification areas in the MODBUS Response Side (interface in which RS485-ETH-N will make
queries) pane and settings that can be performed are as follows:
Physical Port:
It is for notification purposes. While running in the client mode, MODBUS queries have to come to RS485-ETH-N
over the Ethernet connection.
Protocol:
Types of MODBUS responses coming to RS485-ETH-N through Ethernet connection is identified by the help of
this field. Either MODBUS RTU Over TCP, TCP or MODBUS ASCII Over TCP is selected.
Port:
Port to which RS485-ETH-N will listen.
Target IP Address:
Port to which RS485-ETH-N will connect.
Timeout:
Throughout this period, RS485-ETH-N waits response for the last query it had sent to the slave devices. If it does
not receive any response over this period, it waits for a new query from the serial interface.
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Figura 3.10: Client Mode Settings Screen
Server Mode Communication Example:
In this scenario, it is desired to take data from a device at address 192.168.1.101, that accepts MODBUS RTU query
from port no. 502, using a computer that is not connected to the network. MODBUS software in the computer
can create MODBUS ASCII queries. In this case, in oder to have a healthy data communication, the steps below
need to be followed:
1. MODBUS ASCII query created by the software in the computer is sent to RS485-ETH-N via serial port.
2. RS485-ETH-N receives MODBUS ASCII query from its Ethernet port and converts it to MODBUS TCP query.
3. RS485-ETH-N forwards the converted query to slave device via the Ethernet port and waits for the response
until timeout period expires (1 second is assumed to be enough for this scenario).
4. Slave device forwards the data that correspond to MODBUS TCP query and come from RS485-ETH-N to
RS485-ETH-N in the form of MODBUS TCP response from its Ethernet port. RS485-ETH-N receives the
MODBUS TCP response from the Ethernet port and converts it to MODBUS ASCII response.
5. RS485-ETH-N sends the converted MODBUS ASCII response to the computer via the serial port.
6. Software in the computer notifies the user by using MODBBUS ASCII response it receives from the network.
QUERY
MODBUS ASCII
MODBUS TCP
1
MODBUS TCP
2
3
RS485-ETH-N
6
MODBUS ASCII
NETWORK
5
MODBUS TCP
RESPONSE
Figura 3.11: Client Mode Data Communication Scenario
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Serial communication parameters of the serial device in master status are as follows:
Baud Rate
57600
Stop Bit
1
Parity
None
Tabela 3.5: Mode Serial Communication Settings
Taking this into account, serial communication and gateway settings of RS485-ETH-N should be configured as
follows:
Figura 3.12: Client Mode Communication Example
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3.5 DEVICE INFORMATION PAGE
Information on model, serial number, software version, PCB version and assembly date of RS485-ETH-N are
included in this tab.
Figura 3.13: Device Information
When the “Write” button is pressed, changes made will be saved and RS485-ETH-N will start from the beginning.
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4 WEB INTERFACE / CONNECTION VIA ETHERNET
RS485-ETH-N Web interface is a software in which all the configuration settings of RS485-ETH-N series products
can be made and which can run over embedded Web server. To access the Web interface, any device with an
installed Web browser, including tablet and smart phones can be used.
Home page of the Web interface can be accessed by writing RS485-ETH-N default IP address 192.168.35.15 on
the address line of the Web browser or by writing the assigned IP address using configuration software. Default
password is “Pass”. For the reason that RS485-ETH-N is a device that can be accessed from the Internet, it is
important to change the default password for security. Steps for changing the password will be explained in detail
below.
Figura 4.1: Web Interface Home Page
If the password is entered correctly, configuration tabs will appear on the screen.
Figura 4.2: Web Interface Network Settings Tab
Except security settings, Web interface is very similar to the configuration software from the design point of view.
Therefore tabs except the “Security Settings” tab are not covered in detail here.
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4.1 SECURITY SETTINGS
In this tab, password needed to enter Web interface can be changed. For the reason that RS485-ETH-N is a
device that can be accessed from the Internet, it is important to change the default password for security. Desired
password must be written both on the “New Password” and “Confirm New Password” areas. If the two passwords
match and the new password has conformity, a check mark, otherwise a cross sign, will appear on the left side
of the password.
Figura 4.3: Web Interface Security Settings Tab
After the desired configurations are made, settings can be saved by pressing the “Apply” button.
4.2 CONNECTION VIA ETHERNET
In this tab, can be connected via internet with using Gateway Master Software. When the vvprogram is started;
click the “Connect via ethernet” button for enter access informations.
Figura 4.4: Connection via Ethernet
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Factory settings shown below:
Figura 4.5: Connection via Ethernet
NOTE: Port is web port.
After the desired configurations are made, settings can be saved by pressing the “Save” button.
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5 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power Supply
Voltage......... U1-U2 input, 18-50V AC/DC or USB port
Frequency......... 45-65Hz
Consumption.........<1.2W and <2.2VA
Operating Temperature
-10…60 °C
Isolation
1.5kV RMS
Ethernet
10/100 Base-TX
Network Feature
6 Remote Connection
Ability to Configure by the Web Interface
DHCP (Automatic IP Receive)
ARP
Ping blocking
Serial Communication
Supports up to 64 Devices (RS485-ETH-N)
Baudrate: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200,
38400, 57600, 115200
Stop Bit and Parity Bit Adjustment
USB
Ability to Configure over USB
Micro USB Connection Interface
Supported Protocols
MODBUS TCP
MODBUS RTU Over TCP
MODBUS ASCII Over TCP
MODBUS RTU
MODBUS ASCII
Dimensions
Figura 5.1: Dimensions
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Johannesburg
Phone: +27 11 7236000
[email protected]
For those countries where there is not a WEG own operation, find our local distributor at www.weg.net.
WEG Group - Automation Business Unit
Jaraguá do Sul - SC - Brazil
Phone: +55 47 3276 4000
[email protected]
www.weg.net
SCANDINAVIA
Mölnlycke - Sweden
Phone: +46 31 888000
[email protected]
UK
Redditch - Worcestershire
Phone: +44 1527 513800
[email protected]
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Jebel Ali - Dubai
Phone: +971 4 8130800
[email protected]
USA
Duluth - Georgia
Phone: +1 678 2492000
[email protected]
Minneapolis - Minnesota
Phone: +1 612 3788000
VENEZUELA
Valencia - Carabobo
Phone: +58 241 8210582
[email protected]
Cod: 50066669 | Rev: 00 | Date (m/y): 07/2016
The values shown are subject to change without prior notice.
AUSTRALIA
Scoresby - Victoria
Phone: +61 3 97654600
[email protected]
Cod: 14904018 | Rev: 00 | Data (m/a): 04/2019
Subject to change without prior notice. The information contained herein is the reference value.
Buenos Aires
Phone: +54 11 42998000
[email protected]
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