Modbus RTU Communication

Acromag's BusWorks 900MB Series is a high-performance collection of analog and discrete I/O modules with Modbus-RTU network communication. These units feature universal input/output ranges and an intelligent microcontroller to provide extreme flexibility and powerful monitoring and control capabilities. BusWorks modules are ideal for a wide variety of distributed I/O applications including data acquisition, control, process monitoring, and test & measurement.

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    901MB, 902MB, 903MB: Multi-Channel Modbus-RTU Discrete I/O Modules

    • Active-Low Inputs, Sinking Outputs (Low-Side Switching)
    • 12 input and/or 12 output channels
    • 0 to 35V DC I/O range
    • 10 to 36V DC, 24V AC power
    • Modbus-RTU high-speed RS-485
    $315$345
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    904MB, 905MB, 906MB: Multi-Channel Discrete I/O Modules

    • Active-High Inputs, Sourcing Outputs (High-Side Switching)
    • 12 input and/or 12 output channels
    • 0 to 35V DC I/O range
    • 10 to 36V DC, 24V AC power
    • Modbus-RTU high-speed RS-485
    $315$345
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    913MB, 914MB: DC Current/Voltage Modbus-RTU Input Module with Limit Alarms

    • 4 input channels
    • 0 to 20mA DC (0 to 20A AC with AC sensor) or ±10V DC input range
    • 4 alarm channels, open drain MOSFETS (1A DC loads, 0 to 35V DC)
    • 10 to 36V DC, 24V AC power
    • Modbus RTU high-speed RS-485
    $405
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    917MB, 918MB: DC Current/Voltage Modbus-RTU Output Modules with Discrete Outputs

    • 4 analog output channels
    • 0 to 20mA or 0 to 10V DC output range
    • 4 discrete output channels, open drain MOSFETS (1A DC loads, 0 to 35V DC)
    • 10 to 36V DC, 24V AC power
    • Modbus RTU high-speed RS-485
     
    $405
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    924MB: Thermocouple/milliVolt Modbus-RTU Input Module with Limit Alarms

    • 4 input channels, thermocouple (types J, K, T, R, S, E, B, N) or millivolt (±100mV DC) input
    • 4 alarm channels, open drain MOSFETS (1A DC loads, 0 to 35V DC)
    • 10 to 36V DC, 24V AC power
    • Modbus-RTU high-speed RS-485
    $460
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    932MB, 934MB: RTD/Resistance Modbus-RTU Input Modules with Limit Alarms or Discrete Outputs

    • 2 or 4 input channels, RTD (100 ohm Pt, 120 ohm Ni, 10 ohm Cu) or resistance (0 to 500 ohms) input
    • Solid-state relays discrete output, Form A, SPST-NO
    • 10 to 36V DC, 24V AC power
    • Modbus-RTU high-speed RS-485
    $340$510
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    942MB: Frequency/Pulse Counter Modbus-RTU Input Modules with Periodic or Pulse Waveform Input

    • 2 input channels, 0 to 50KHz in 3 selectable ranges: Amplitudes up to 140V AC peak, Amplitudes up to 200V peak, Pulse counter range of 0 to 65535
    • Solid-state discrete output relays (1A DC loads), 0 to 48V DC
    • 10 to 36V DC, 24V AC power
    • Modbus-RTU high-speed RS-485
    $405
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    AMTN, AMTX: ActiveX / .NET Controls for Modbus I/O

    • Modbus/TCP or Modbus/RTU
    • These ActiveX / .NET software controls provide a fast, easy way to communicate with any Modbus slave devices connected to your PC.
    • Get your Visual Basic, Visual C, .NET, Excel, or other compatible applications talking Modbus protocol within minutes.
    $260$350
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Modbus BusWorks 900MB Series More Information

Modbus devices communicate using a master-slave technique in which only one device (the master) can initiate transactions (called queries). The other devices (slaves) respond by supplying the requested data to the master, or by taking the action requested in the query. A slave is any peripheral device (I/O transducer, valve, network drive, or other measuring device) which processes information and sends its output to the master using Modbus. Acromag Series 900MB I/O Modules are slave devices, while a typical master device is a host computer running appropriate application software.

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