Get Data from Modbus RTU Slaves into Your Ethernet TCP/IP System
The 460MMTCP moves data between up to 32 Modbus RTU Slaves and an Ethernet TCP/IP device. With the 460MMTCP you have a tool to help you map Modbus RTU device data into PC or embedded TCP socket based systems.
Best of all the product is Made in the USA, is always in stock and comes with a 5 year warranty.
How Do You Map the Data?
Register and coil data from your Modbus RTU slaves is concatenated in an ASCII string of data and delivered to a defined TCP/IP device. Data from the TCP/IP device can be parsed into up to 50 segments. Each segment can be assigned a data type and then delivered to user defined register and coil locations in Modbus RTU.
It’s really that simple. Need to modify your data as it passes from one protocol to the other? No problem. Each data mapping you apply can be modified with up to 3 mathematic functions. Add 4 to a value, multiply by 4 and divide by 10 with ease.
Why Use Real Time Automation as a Gateway Supplier?
The 460MMTCP provides an option to access Modbus RTU devices in your TCP/IP socket based controllers. While there are certainly a number of other companies offering stand alone gateways, there is no one who provides the level of support and service that you receive from RTA.
When you call, a live person answers the phone. When you talk with sales, you will get honest answers and recommendations even if that means recommending someone else’s solution. When you get support, it is from an engineer who had a hand in the product’s development, and support doesn’t require a ticket or 24 hour wait.
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