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    Modbus RTU to BACnet MS/TP Gateway

    We have a project that requires a Modbus RTU to BACnet MS/TP Gateway. Any recommendations for a gateway that has reliability and ease of setup?

    Thanks.

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    ICC's Mirius gateway supports Modbus RTU to BACnet MS/TP conversion. It's BTL Listed and is configured with the ICC Configuration Studio. The studio is free and there are tutorial videos available. Additionally, you can submit a support ticket requesting an example configuration project for your specific application if you're still unsure how to configure the gateway.

    Details and pricing can be found here:
    http://www.iccdesigns.com/protocol-g...66-mirius.html

    I am the product specialist at ICC for the Mirius, so if you have any questions, please feel free to email me directly or submit a support ticket.

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    Intesis box
    Keep it simple to keep it cool!

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    I’ve always used the Sierra Monitor. Idk if I’d say it’s easy... sometimes can be if the Modbus devices are like Siemens meters, Siemens has their own flavor that is much easier to use and has factory point registries. Other vendors do the same.


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    intesis box all the way , sierra monitor are pwerful but definitely not for novice integrator


    https://www.intesis.com/contact/find-distributor
    Keep it simple to keep it cool!

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    Contemporary Controls sells one that I have always used. You just create a .csv file for each modbus device. They even include the .csv template with macros to make it ease.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray7129 View Post
    Contemporary Controls sells one that I have always used. You just create a .csv file for each modbus device. They even include the .csv template with macros to make it ease.
    I did not see one for Contemporary Controls that supports Modbus RTU to BACnet MS/TP. The BASgatewayLX only supports Modbus to BACnet/IP or Modbus RTU to Modbus/TCP.

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    I missed where you wanted BACnet MS/TP. You could always use the Contemporary Controls one to convert to BACnet IP then use either their BACnet IP to MS/TP converter afterwards. Babel Buster may make an RTU to MS/TP converter. Ive used their stuff before and it's pretty simple.

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    I have emailed requesting pricing for the Intesis INBACMBM1000000 product from US email address at hms-networks, but haven't gotten a reply. Does anybody know the approximate price for this product?

    Thanks.

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