Product News: Computer Hardware & Peripherals
M-Bus Gateway supports over 100 protocols.
Press Release Summary:
February 19, 2014 - Configurable to act as both Master and Slave device, QuickServer M-Bus Gateway enables data access from M-Bus devices to networks utilizing open and proprietary protocols such as BACnet, Modbus, LonWorks, Metasys N2 by JCI, EtherNet/IP, DNP3, SNMP, and KNX. As M-Bus Master, number of devices supported is limited to 64 devices as FieldServer provides power to M-Bus. As M-Bus Slave, maximum number of devices on M-Bus is limited to M-Bus standard of 250.
Original Press Release
FieldServer Technologies Introduces M-Bus Gateway
Press release date: February 11, 2014
FieldServer Technologies, the major gateway manufacturer in the building automation industry, introduces the new M-Bus Gateway. The QuickServer M-Bus Gateway enables data access from M-Bus devices to networks utilizing open and proprietary protocols such as BACnet, Modbus, LonWorks, Metasys N2 by JCI, EtherNet/IP, DNP3, SNMP, KNX and more. With over 100 protocols available in the extensive FieldServer Driver Library, no other product can connect M-Bus to more products!
The M-Bus QuickServer Gateway is configurable to act as both a Master and a Slave M-Bus device. As an M-Bus Master the number of devices supported is limited to up to 64 devices as the FieldServer provides power to the M-Bus. The M-Bus master interrogates the slave devices as the gateway acts as a Client. It will request information from the slave devices and receive and process only the expected responses.
As an M-Bus Slave the maximum number of devices on the M-Bus is limited to the M-Bus standard of 250. The gateway will act as an M-Bus Slave and will respond only to requests from the M-Bus master devices.
About FieldServer Technologies
FieldServer Technologies, a wholly owned division of Sierra Monitor Corporation based in California, designs and markets a broad line of devices that enhance communication between various instruments, systems, machines and other devices that utilize non-compatible data protocols. The FieldServer combined with the extensive driver library makes the perfect package to achieve interoperability. For more information about FieldServer Technologies, please visit its Web site at http://www.fieldserver.com
For further information contact Stephen R. Ferree, Director of Marketing, FieldServer Technologies, 1991 Tarob Court, Milpitas, CA 95035, 408-262-2299., toll free: 888-509-1970, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org