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PROFIBUS KUNBUS-COM

Powerful communication module for PROFIBUS networks

KUNBUS-COM Interface Module PROFIBUS

Specifications

  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 85 x 65 x 12 mm
  • Power supply: 3.3 V
  • Low power consumption
  • CDI interface (config, debug, status)
  • Parameter change during operation
  • Integrated LEDs on the circuit board
  • Fieldbus plug as DSUB 9
  • Modules are PNO-certified and 100 % tested
  • One pin-out to the application
  • Freely configurable via a terminal and Modbus RTU
  • Galvanic separation (1.5 kV) of bus and application
  • Plug-in connector to the application ERNI SMC (32 pins)

 

Application Interface as required via:

  • SSC shift register interface (SPI)
  • Automatic shift register recognition
  • Automatic Baud rate recognition
  • SDI Modbus interface to the application
  • RS485, RS232, UART
  • Protocolscripter
  • Dual port RAM interface

Environmental Conditions

  • Operating temperature: 0°C to +60°C
  • Storage temperature: -30°C to +85°C
  • Humidity: 0% to 95%, non-condensing
  • Condensing: not allowed
  • Mechanical shock load: 15G
  • Permanent mechanical stress: 5G
Article: Article Number:
KUNBUS-COM PROFIBUS Slave 100018

 

Downloads
KUNBUS-COM PROFIBUS User Manual
KUNBUS-COM PROFIBUS GSD File
KUNBUS-COM PROFIBUS Certificate
other PROFIBUS modules: Article Number:
KUNBUS-IC PROFIBUS Slave / 3.3 V 100037
KUNBUS-IC PROFIBUS Slave / 5 V 100008
Customized PROFIBUS Module --

 

The KUNBUS-COM communication interfaces (DPV1, DPV0, PROFIBUS Adapter, GSD, PROFIBUS Slave) were developed building on the KUNBUS-IC version. The version PROFIBUS DPV0/DPV1 includes all important components like plug-in connectors for the bus connection, an SMC plug (32 pins) to the control or the application, an optoelectronic coupler, memory, microcontroller, and the bus drivers.

The connection between the COM module PROFIBUS DPV0/DPV1 with the control or the application is made simply with a cable or by plugging-in. Because of the uniform pin-out of all COM modules, they can be replaced easily by other variants (for example DeviceNet, CANopen, etc.). They thus serve as option cards. 

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