ICP Electronics Australia introduces the HRT-711, a new Modbus/TCP to HART gateway designed to allow the Modbus/TCP Master to access HART Slave devices such as a transmitter, an actuator or a current output device among others.
Using the HRT-711, users can easily integrate their HART devices into the Modbus network, making the HRT-711 a powerful gateway to exchange data between Modbus and HART within the network.
The HRT-711 can be applied in various harsh environments thanks to its high isolation protection design. This design feature allows users to widely integrate the device into a number of applications such as remote data acquisition, control, process automation, and factory automation.
Key features of ICPDAS's HRT-711 Modbus/TCP to HART protocol gateway include support for HART Short/Long frame; support for HART Burst Mode; allows two HART Masters; support for Modbus/TCP Format; support for Modbus Slave/HART Master Mode; support for firmware update via Com Port; support for on-line replacement of HART devices; support for acquiring long frame address automatically; provides LED indicators; built-in watchdog; and DIN-rail or wall mounting installation.