AS339

Van Essen Diver-MOD Interface Box

Van Essen Diver-MOD Interface Box

Description

The Diver-MOD is an interface box for all Diver loggers to integrate in a RS-485 network using the Modbus RTU protocol.

Features

  • Built-in pressure and temperature sensor
  • Automatic barometric compensation of the Diver pressure readings
  • Power is supplied by an external source
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The Diver-MOD is a Modbus interface for Divers and conforms to the Modbus Application Protocol Specification V1.1b3. This module enables the user to interface Divers in a RS485 network using the Modbus/RTU protocol (Modbus TCP/IP is not supported).

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Van Essen Diver-MOD Interface Box AS339 Diver-MOD interface box, RS-485 Modbus RTU
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