multisys Gateways / Repeater

Gateways and repeater for connection of serial KBR-eBus / module bus devices

The KBR gateways and KBR repeater have been specifically developed for the construction of complex energy management systems. Depending on the type, they allow the connection of serial KBR-eBus or module bus devices to a TCP / IP network, in many cases thereby avoiding the need for additional cables to be laid.

Additionally, the connection of module bus devices directly to the KBR-eBus or extending module bus and KBR-eBus segments is possible with the appropriate repeater modules. Typical communication requirements can be fulfilled with adjusted and tested components – without the functional risk of additional purchased parts. The respective setup guidelines (eBus /module bus) must be observed when this is done.

 

Highlights

  • Compact construction
  • No additional power supply unit necessary 1
  • No configuration necessary 2

 

1 With the exception of the multisys gateway D3 ESDP.
2 Only the TCP / IP configuration must be adjusted to local conditions.

Technical data Gateways

Gateways

multisys D2-ESET
Interface A: KBR-eBus serial RS485
Interface B: KBR-eBus TCP/IP
Intended use: Connection of eBus segments to Ethernet
multisys D2-BSET
Interface A: Modulbus serial RS485
Interface B: KBR-eBus TCP/IP
Intended use: Connection of module bus segments to Ethernet TCP/IP
multisys D2-ESBS
Interface A: KBR-eBus serial RS485
Interface B: Modulbus serial RS485
Intended use: Gateway for extension and electrical
isolation of module bus segments via KBR-eBus.
On the opposite side, the use of a
multisys ...-BSES is necessary.
multisys D2-BSES
Interface A: Modulbus serial RS485
Interface B: KBR-eBus serial RS485
Intended use: Connection of module bus devices to KBR-eBus
multisys D3-ESDP
Interface A: KBR-eBus serial RS485
Intended use: Profibus DP
Intended use: Connection of multicomp, BK12,
multicount and multimess ... F96
to Profibus D
multisys D2-MSMT
Interface A: Modbus serial RS485
Interface B: Modbus TCP/IP
Intended use: Connects the Modbus (Modbus serial) to the
computer via an Ethernet connection (Modbus TCP)

 

Technical data Gateways

Repeater

multisys D2-BSBS
Interface A: Modulbus serial RS485
Interface B: Modulbus serial RS485
Intended use: Expansion of module bus by further devices
multisys D2-ESES
Interface A: KBR-eBus serial RS485
Interface B: KBR-eBus serial RS485
Intended use: Expansion of eBus by 31 devices or 1,200 m

 

Downloads

Technical Data

Technical data sheet: multisys Gateways and multisys Repeater (754KB)


multisys Gateways

multisys D2-ESET: Connection of module bus segments to Ethernet TCP/IP

multisys D2-BSET: Connection of eBus segments to Ethernet

Operating instructions - multisys D2-BSET (823 KB)


multisys D2-ESBS: Gateway for extension and electrical isolation of module bus segments via eBus.On the opposite side, the use of a multisys ...-BSES is necessary.

multisys D2-BSES: Connection of module bus devices to eBus

Operating instructions - multisys D2-ESBS and multisys BSES (263 KB)


multisys D2-MSMT: Connects the Modbus (Modbus serial) to the computer via an Ethernet connection (Modbus TCP)

Operating instructions - multisys D2-MSMT (584 KB)

 

multisys Repeater

 

multisys D2-BSBS: Expansion of module bus by further devices

Operating instructions - multisys D2-BSBS (162 KB)


multisys D2-ESES: Expansion of eBus by 31 devices or 1,200 m

Operating instructions - multisys D2-ESES  (200 KB)

 

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