RTU FOR TELEMETRY WITH MQTT PROTOCOL


How does it work?

The equipment allows a direct connection with an MQTT broker through the ethernet network, supporting TLS 1.2 encryption to make communication secure.

In addition to their own inputs / outputs, all cLAN-MQ models can take information from Modbus slaves connected to their serial port. cLAN-MQs include unique features in industrial MQTT equipment such as the ability to function as a datalogger. It has internal memory and allows adding date-time to publications so as not to lose any event if the equipment was off-line.

Automation can also be carried out locally by scripting and configuring the equipment remotely by MQTT via broker.

  • Network communication with Ethernet TCP/IP port.
  • Digital I/O. Pulse count inputs for meters.
  • Analog inputs for Sensors, Transmitters or Transducers.
  • Event log with date and time.
  • Internal programming logic through SCRIPTS.
  • Modbus slave Serial and TCP for direct connection to SCADA.
  • Protocols NMEA 0183 and MetPak (Gill Instruments).
  • Free Port (User-programmable protocol through scripts).
  • I/O expansion through the Modbus Master protocol, specific to the equipment.
  • Transparent encapsulation of serial communication protocols on MQTT.
  • Remote configuration via MQTT.
  • TLS 1.2 Encryption

  • MODELS SERIAL PORT I/O DISCRETES ANALOG INPUTS EXPANSION I/O
    CLAN-1205-MQ 1 x RS232 +
    1 x RS485 ISO/RS422 ISO
    --- 8 010V / 4-20mA yes
    CLAN-2205-MQ 1 x RS232 +
    1 x RS485 ISO/RS422 ISO
    10 Configurables (10 for pulses) --- yes
    CLAN-3404-MQ 1 RS232 --- --- 8 0-1V, 0-10V, 4-20mA differential yes


    MODELS SERIAL PORT I/O DISCRETES ANALOG INPUTS EXPANSION I/O
    CLAN-3524-MQ 2 X
    RS232/485
    16 Inputs 8 Outputs
    8 DI pulses 1 KHz
    8
    010V / 4-20mA
    yes