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  • tSH-734i CR
  • tSH-734i CR
  • tSH-734i CR

tSH-734i CR Neu

Tiny/Sharer/PoE/2 RS-232/1 RS-485/isolated

  • Tiny Serial Port Sharer with PoE
  • 2 Isolated RS-232 and 1 Isolated 485 Ports
  • Supports Baud Rate conversion application
  • Supports Modbus RTU/ASCII protocol conversion
  • Built-in web server for easy configuration (HTTP)
  • Redundant power inputs: PoE (IEEE 802.3af, Class 1) and DC jack
  • Allows automatic RS-485 direction control
Zollnummer:
85176200
Lieferzeit:
2-3 Wochen
Following the success of the original tGW-700/tDS-700 modules, ICP DAS has continued to develop new functions for these products in order to provide increased support for a greater number of applications. The tSH-700 module is a serial port sharer that provides a number of functions, including "Baud Rate Conversion", "Modbus RTU/ASCII Conversion" and "Two Masters Share One Slave". The built-in web server provides easy configuration interface, and no console commands are required.

Baud Rate Conversion: This function allows a single master device to communicate with slave devices using different baud rates and data formats. Most query-response protocols (half-duplex), e.g. DCON, are supported in the raw data mode. Full-duplex communication should also work when the data size is smaller than the built-in 512 bytes buffer on each serial port.

Modbus RTU/ASCII Conversion: This function allows a single Modbus RTU/ASCII master device to communicate with Modbus RTU/ASCII slave devices using different protocols, baud rates and data formats.

Two Masters Share One Slave: This function allows two master devices connected to different serial ports to share slave devices. Modbus mode can be used to convert the Modbus RTU/ASCII protocols, while raw data mode can be used for DCON or other query-response protocols. Different baud rates and data formats can also be used on the different serial ports. The built-in cache function reduces the loading of serial communication on the slave port by removing duplicated queries when the two master devices are requesting the same information.