Ethernet Xport board suitable for weighing indicators
The Xport Modbus TCP Ethernet weighing board is adapted for weighing indicators
Ethernet (also known as the IEEE 802.3 standard) is a LAN technology. The Ethernet field network operates on the master/slave principle.
An address identifies each machine (2 machines must not have the same address).
The same transmission line connects all machines on an Ethernet network. Communication is done using a protocol.
This communication protocol between the machines allows each device to be transmitted on the line at any time and without any notion of priority between the machines.
Simple way communication:
- Each machine verifies that there is no communication on the line before transmitting.
- When two machines are transmitting simultaneously, a collision happens. (This means that several data frames are on the line at the same time)
- Both machines interrupt their communication, wait for a random delay, then the first one having passed this delay can transmit again.
Main features of the Ethernet Xport Modbus TCP Weighing board:
- Support: 5 copper wires (4 communications + shielding)
- Flow rate: 10 MB
- Total length: 100 m. (without line repeater)
- Type of exchange: master/slave
Check our unmanned weighing terminals here : weighing kiosks.
Check our weight indicators here : weight indicators
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