SNAP-B3000-MODBUS
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SNAP-B3000-MODBUS

$550.00 (USA and Canada only)

Availability: In stock
SNAP Analog/Digital Brain, Modicon Modbus Protocol

Production Specification

The SNAP-B3000-MODBUS brain is a high-performance processor designed to remotely control and acquire a mix of SNAP analog and digital I/O modules on a B-series rack.

The brain communicates to any Modbus master device via RS-485 using the Modbus slave protocol in both ASCII and RTU modes. Brain functions include latching, counting, on/off status, and thermocouple linearization.

NOTE: Not all SNAP I/O modules are compatible with this brain. See Legacy and Current Product Comparison and Compatibility Charts to determine compatibility.

Power Requirements

5.0–5.2 VDC at 1.0A max.

Operating Temperature

0 to 70 °C, 95% humidity, non-condensing

Storage Temperature

-40 to 85 °C

CPU

16-bit Intel 80C196 I/O processor

Communications Interface

RS-485/422, 2- or 4-wire, twisted pair(s), with shield

Data Rates

300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400,
57600, 76800, and 115200 baud

Range: (Multidrop Mode)

Up to 3,000 feet total length or 32 stations maximum
without repeaters

Counter\Frequency Measurement

Maximum Rate: 20 kHz
Minimum Pulse Width: 10 msec
16 bit

LED Indicators

RUN (Power On), RCV (Receive), and XMT (Transmit)

Options: Jumper Selectable

Address, Communication baud rate, RTU/ASCII

SNAP Analog/Digital Modbus Slave Brain Board Data Sheet

The SNAP-B3000-MODBUS  is a high-performance processor designed to remotely control a mix of both analog and digital I/O modules on a SNAP B-series I/O mounting rack.

The SNAP-B3000-MODBUS works with any Modbus master device. The brain communicates to its master controller via RS-485 using the Modbus slave protocol in both ASCII and RTU modes.

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