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The Anybus-X J1939 Gateway provides connectivity between a Modbus RTU (serial) network and a J1939 Heavy Duty vehicle (CAN) network. The ABX appears as a Modbus Slave device allowing a Modbus Master to read or write data from the J1939 network. HMS provides the ABX with a Windows based configuration tool (BWConfig). This PC based software allows the user to map J1939 parameter (PGN) data into a range of memory addressable through the ABX Modbus RTU interface. The ABX is configured using BWConfig and consists of setting up an I/O table containing selected J1939 PGNs and the rate that each will be read or written from the J1939 network. BWConfig will automatically map the I/O table to a range of addresses accessible from the ABX Modbus RTU interface. The configuration is downloaded from the PC to the ABX via an RS232 connection and is saved in FLASH memory.
Configuration via Windows-based PC software tool (BWConfig); Wide power supply range (12-30 VDC); Designed for harsh industrial applications; Supports FLASH field upgrades; UL and ATEX certification for Ex Hazardous Locations; Transmission and reception of all types of J1939 messages, including PDU1, PDU2, broadcast and destination specific; J1939 Transport Protocol for transmission and reception of large messages (9 - 1785 bytes). Both connection-based (RTS/CTS) and broadcast (BAM) are supported; Support of all commonly used Modbus functions for reading and writing I/O data and diagnostics; Overall module, Modbus, and J1939 status and diagnostics accessible through Modbus diagnostic functions and addressable registers.
Rugged IP20 aluminium enclosure; DIN-rail mountable, PE via DIN-rail; EMC Certification; CE marked; UL, cUL, Haz. Loc and ATEX certification; Tested and verified for Fieldbus/Ethernet conformance
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