New Features of the WAGO Series 750 Modbus
TCP/UDP Fieldbus Coupler
Re-engineered to offer even greater performance, WAGO has updated its industry-proven Modbus TCP Fieldbus Coupler with a host of new capabilities. However, one thing has stayed the same: Just like the previous 750-352 model, the new 750-362 Coupler reliably connects the comprehensive 750 Series WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM with the widely used Modbus® fieldbus protocol. Connecting a coupler to I/O modules is simple because the coupler detects all of the connected I/O modules and creates a local process image from them. And detection even works flawlessly with a mixed structure of different analog and digital input/output modules.
Besides the hardware, the firmware has also been re-engineered. New features such as data transfer via sFTP and HTTPs and updates via Web-Based Management allow secure, convenient operation within a network.
With the new coupler, the user always has multicast queries in control. It can be switched off to avoid overloading the network with queries. And of particular importance for users: The couplers can be operated either with the usual WAGO tools or via the integrated Web interface.
Anticipated availability: January 2019
At a Glance:
Coupler supports both Modbus TCP and UDP protocols.
Coupler supports five multicast addresses for Modbus UDP. This makes it possible to address n slaves with a Modbus query.
Supports secure sFTP and HTTPs ETHERNET protocols.
Multicast requests can be switched off so Modbus® responses do not flood the network.
Compatible with the 750 Series, and thus with a large selection of I/O modules.
Firmware can be updated via the website.