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SNAP-B3000-MODBUS
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SNAP-B3000-MODBUS

Availability: Obsolete
OBSOLETE - SNAP Analog/Digital Brain, Modicon Modbus Protocol

Production Specification

This product is obsolete and no longer available due to the unavailability of essential parts. Contact Opto 22 Product Support for current options. 

The SNAP-B3000-MODBUS brain is a high-performance processor designed to remotely control and acquire a mix of SNAP analog and digital I/O modules on a B-series rack.

The brain communicates to any Modbus master device via RS-485 using the Modbus slave protocol in both ASCII and RTU modes. Brain functions include latching, counting, on/off status, and thermocouple linearization.

NOTE: Not all SNAP I/O modules are compatible with this brain. See Legacy and Current Product Comparison and Compatibility Charts to determine compatibility.

Power Requirements

5.0–5.2 VDC at 1.0A max.

Operating Temperature

0 to 70 °C, 95% humidity, non-condensing

Storage Temperature

-40 to 85 °C

CPU

16-bit Intel 80C196 I/O processor

Communications Interface

RS-485/422, 2- or 4-wire, twisted pair(s), with shield

Data Rates

300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400,
57600, 76800, and 115200 baud

Range: (Multidrop Mode)

Up to 3,000 feet total length or 32 stations maximum
without repeaters

Counter\Frequency Measurement

Maximum Rate: 20 kHz
Minimum Pulse Width: 10 msec
16 bit

LED Indicators

RUN (Power On), RCV (Receive), and XMT (Transmit)

Options: Jumper Selectable

Address, Communication baud rate, RTU/ASCII

SNAP Analog/Digital Modbus Slave Brain Board Data Sheet

NOTE: The SNAP-B3000-MODBUS is obsolete 8/16/2022 and no longer available due to the unavailability of essential parts. Contact Opto 22 Product Support for current options.

The SNAP-B3000-MODBUS  is a high-performance processor designed to remotely control a mix of both analog and digital I/O modules on a SNAP B-series I/O mounting rack.

The SNAP-B3000-MODBUS works with any Modbus master device. The brain communicates to its master controller via RS-485 using the Modbus slave protocol in both ASCII and RTU modes.

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