Communication adapter Z-MBUS
interfaceUSBserial

communication adapter
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Characteristics

Type
communication
Applications
interface
Connector type
USB
Other characteristics
serial

Description

Z-MBUS RS232/M-BUS, USB/M-BUS adapter module for SENECA or third-party CPUs Meter-Bus (M-BUS) is the main bus used for energy metering and intelligent meter management, i.e. separate recording of heat, water, electricity and gas consumption. The Z-MBUS adapter allows us to interface M-BUS networks via RS232 serial port directly to SENECA controllers such as Z-TWS4, Z-PASS2-S, S6001-RTU, and CPUs of other manufacturers that implement the protocol and have an RS232 port. Alternatively, with the micro USB port onboard, you can access the M-BUS network from your workstation PC. The module can power up to 25 M-BUS devices. From the webserver interface integrated into the SENECA controller, you can scan/configure/ diagnose Z-MBUS slave devices. Straton SENECA controllers also provide an optional library of IEC 61131 function blocks for customizing data readings from M-BUS slaves. TECHNICAL DATA POWER SUPPLY11..40 Vdc; 19..28 Vac (@50-60 Hz) both from terminals and from the rear IDC10 connector POWER CONSUMPTION2.4 W PROTECTION DEGREEIP20 OPERATING TEMPERATURE -20..+70°C CONNECTIONSnr. 1 M-BUS port nr. 1 RS232 port nr. 1 Micro USB port nr. 1 IDC10 connector (only power supply) M-BUS (METER-BUS) PORTM-BUS devices: 25 Max Speed: 300 – 38.400 bps Baud Voltage: 28 Vdc Max range: 3.000 m MOUNTINGDIN rail guide IEC EN 60715 CERTIFICATIONCE NORMSEN61000-6-4 Electromagnetic emission, in industrial environment EN61000-6-2 Electromagnetic immunity, in industrial environment EN61010-1 Security

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