Modbus couplers enabling communications within distributed IO architecture

Wago's 750-315/300 and 750-316-300 Modbus Couplers are designed to enable Modbus RTU or Modbus ASCII communications within a distributed I/O architecture and have been certified to operate in hazardous conditions as well as marine environments.

05/12/2015


Wago's 750-315/300 and 750-316-300 Modbus Couplers are designed to enable Modbus RTU or Modbus ASCII communications within a distributed I/O architecture and have been certified to operate in hazardous conditions as well as marine environments. Courtesy: WWago's Modbus Couplers are designed to enable Modbus RTU or Modbus ASCII communications within a distributed I/O architecture. The fieldbus couplers serve as a gateway between the Wago-I/O-SYSTEM and higher-level devices including PLCs and PCs. The 750-315/300 and 750-316-300 Modbus Couplers have been certified to operate in hazardous conditions as well as marine environments. The data transmission speed can be configured between 1.2 Kbaud to 115.2 Kbaud. The couplers also support over 200 node addresses, which allows for wide connectivity to multiple devices on the network. They are available in two versions—RS-485 or RS-232—and they support over 500 Wago I/O modules.

Wago Corporation

www.wago.us 

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