Anybus X-gateway J1939 - Modbus TCP
Intelligent J1939 to Modbus TCP slave gateway
Fast copying of I/O Data
Data from J1939 messages are mapped to I/O table locations, making them accessible to the Ethernet network. The X-gateway acts as a Modbus TCP server, allowing J1939 data to be addressed as Modbus registers by a Modbus TCP client device.
Easy configuration - No programming needed
Togeteher with the X-gateway a free Windows based configuration tool (BWConfig) is provided. This PC based software allows the user to map J1939 parameter (PGN) data into a range of memory addressable through the Anybus X-gateway Modbus TCP interface.
Configuration of the X-gateway is simple using BWConfig and consists of setting up an I/O table containing selected J1939 PGNs and the rate that each will be read or written from the J1939 network. BWConfig will then automatically map the I/O table to a range of addresses accessible from the Anybus X-gateway Modbus TCP interface.
Features and benefits
- Monitor and control data on a J1939 CAN network from a Modbus TCPnetwork
- Typical applications: Heavy Duty Vehicles, Stanionary engines and maritime applications
- Max 500 bytes of I/O data in each direction
- Easy configuration via the included BWConfig Windows Software. No programming required
- Robust aluminum stand-alone housing
J1939 CAN interface
- SAE J1939 network interface with a unique network address in accordance to the J1939-81 specification
- Max 496 bytes of I/O Input data and 492 bytes of I/O Output Data
- Up to 120 PGN's monitored by Input data points
- Up to 100 PGN's transmitted by Output data points
- Supports J1939 network baud rates of 250K and 500K
- Transmission and reception of all types of fixed-length J1939 messages, including PDU1, PDU2, broadcast and destination specific
- Monitoring of DM1 (active diagnostics) and DM2 (previously active diagnostics) messages
- Complete network address management including address claim, protection, and yield on higher priority conflict
- Network address can be self-configurable over a range of addresses
- J1939 Transport Protocol for transmission and reception of large messages (9 - 1785 bytes). Both connection based (RTS/CTS) and broadcast (BAM) are supported
- Configurable CAN bus-off reset option will reset the network interface and attempt to return to online when a CAN bus-off condition is detected
- 1x 5-pole 5.08 mm Phoenix pluggable screw connector for J1939
Modbus TCP Slave interface
- Ethernet settings can be made either via the included BWConfig Windows Software or for EtherNet/IP, by importing the provided .EDS file into engineering tool of the controlling PLC.
- Supports EtherNet/IP or Modbus TCP protocols
- Supports the EtherNet/IP protocol, Adapter Class with I/O Server, and Message Server
- Supports the Modbus/TCP protocol with up to 8 simultaneous connections and conforms to the Modbus/TCP specification 1.0
- 10/100Mbit operation (auto detect)
- IT Functionality: HTTP server, FTP server, Email client, and a Telnet server.
- IP address settings via DHCP/Bootp, web page, or the Anybus X-gateway Configuration Tool.
- 1x RJ-45 Ethernet port
|Dimensions (L•W•D)||126 x 110 x 42mm|
|Operating temperature||0 to +70 °C|
|Storage temperature||-25 to +85 °C|
|Power supply||24 VDC +/- 20% via 2-pole 5.08 mm Phoenix pluggable screw connector|
|Current consumption||max. 300mA (Typical 200mA)|
|Galvanic isolation||YES, on both CAN-bus as Modbus TCP|
|Mechanical rating||IP20, NEMA rating 1|
|Mounting||DIN-rail (EN 50022 standard)|
|Configuration||via 9-pin DSUB RS-232 port with the included BWConfig Windows software|
|Contents of delivery|
|- J1939 X-gateway-Modbus TCP|
|- J1939 connector|
|- Power supply connector|
|- User Manual|