QuickServer – BACnet MS/TP to Modbus TCP

FS-QS-1010-0419 QuickServer – BACnet MS/TP to Modbus TCP

The FS-QS-1010-0419 QuickServer provides a cost-effective, easy to use interface from BACnet MS/TP to Modbus TCP. The QuickServer is delivered with both drivers preloaded and ready to be configured using the provided instructions and software.

 

QuickServer Key Features:

  • BACnet Testing Laboratory (BTL) Mark
  • Ability to interface up to 250 points of common BAS protocols
  • Multi-configuration capability; specific configurations selectable via DIP switches or software
  • Flat panel mount standard, DIN rail mount option
  • DIP switches to select baud rate or node ID on the fly

 

BACnet MS/TP driver:

  • Driver type: Client or Server
  • Data Link layer: MS/TP master (Clause 9), baud rate up to 38.4 Kbps, MS/TP slave (Clause 9), baud rate up to 38.4 Kbps
  • Connection type: RS-485 (two wire, half duplex)
  • Baud rates: 9600, 38400, 76800
  • BACnet COV support for fast data communication while reducing traffic over a BACnet network
  • Data types supported:
    • AI – Analog Input Object
    • AO – Analog Output Object
    • AV – Analog Value Object
    • BI – Binary Input Object
    • BO – Binary Output Object
    • BV – Binary Value Object
    • MI – Multi-state Input Object
    • MO – Multi-state Output Object
    • MV – Multi-state Value Object

 

Modbus TCP driver:

  • Driver type: Client or Server
  • Connection type: Internet Protocol (IP), 10/100BaseT
  • Commands supported:
    • 01 – Read Discrete Output Status (0xxxx)
    • 02 – Read Discrete Input Status ((1xxxx)
    • 03 – Read Output Registers (4xxxx)
    • 04 – Read Input Registers (3xxxx)
    • 05 – Force Single Coil (0xxxx)
    • 06 – Preset Single Register (4xxxx)
    • 15 – Force Multiple Coils (0xxxx)
    • 16 – Preset Multiple Registers (4xxxx)
    • EX – Exception Status
    • FF – FIFO
  • Data Types
    • ASCII – 8-bit character
    • Digital – Digital
    • Float – 32-bit IEEE floating point
    • Long – Unsigned 32-bit integer
    • Signed – Signed 16-bit integer
    • Slong – Signed 32-bit integer
    • Unsigned – Unsigned 16-bit integer

 

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