HART gateway

HART Analog Input gateways provide a clean way to integrate HART instruments with existing controller platforms over Modbus TCP/IP, EtherNet/IP and DF1 networks. The gateways are available in four- and eight-channel options, where each channel is individually configurable and structured for point-to-point communication.

11/01/2008


HART Analog Input gateways provide a clean way to integrate HART instruments with existing controller platforms over Modbus TCP/IP, EtherNet/IP and DF1 networks. The gateways are available in four- and eight-channel options, where each channel is individually configurable and structured for point-to-point communication. Features include fast data refresh rate; individual channel isolation; integrated 24 Vdc current-loop power supply; and overvoltage protection. EtherNet/IP and Modbus TCP/IP ports are user-configurable as either a Client or a Server, and the DF1 port is configurable as a Master or a Slave.

ProSoft Technology Inc. www.prosoft-technology.com/solutions





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