Communication gateway FNL
industrialEthernet TCP/IPRS-232

communication gateway
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Characteristics

Type
communication, industrial
Network
Ethernet TCP/IP, RS-485, RS-232, PROFIBUS, Modbus TCP/IP, PROFIBUS DP
Other characteristics
DIN rail, compact, slave

Description

The compact 24 Volt hat rail module allows the connection to all PROFIBUS DP networks based on RS485 (up to 12 Mbit/s) and supports DP Master class 1 and 2 on the basis of DP and DPV1 services as well as DP Slave. The access to FNL is carried out through a TCP/IP socket interface. The interface is independent of operating system, completely unfolded and convincing because of its quickness. The Ethernet based operation mode as Modbus TCP/IP Slave provides easy integration of FNL as PROFIBUS DP Master into a large number of visualisation and control systems. The PROFIBUS DP based diagnostic and IO data are dynamically compiled into the Modbus TCP/IP structure and do not have to be configured separately. Through the TCP/IP socket interface it is also possible to integrate the KUNBUS LabVIEW™ driver, containing detailed example VIs and source code. Highlights - Network Configurator (CNC) for the integration of FNL in your network - PROFIBUS configuration tool CONFIGURATOR III with extensive download, analysis and control functions - Programming interface: The TCP/IP socket interface provides transparent exchange of the DP Slaves' process and diagnostic data as well as all DP/DPV1 Master class 1/2 and DP Slave services - No more hardware/driver installation with its typical related problems - Access to the respective fieldbus from any arbitrary network PC - Up-to-date technologies, like internet, e-mail etc. can be used in the process control level - Add-on software: LabVIEW™ Driver for FNL

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