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Modbus - IntesisBox gateways and AC interfaces

IntesisBox Modbus gateways have been specially designed to allow supervision and bidirectional control of all the parameters and functionality of systems and equipment with KNX, MBUS, BACnet/IP, BACnet MSTP, LonWorks, and DALI installations and Atersa or Fidelio systems from Modbus installations.

  • Great integration flexibility
  • Advanced integration with any SCADA such as Wanderware, Intellution, ABB, Schneider... as well as energy and gas meters, PLC’s, coolers, fan-coil controllers, fire panels, security panels, etc.

IntesisBox Modbus AC gateways

Specially designed, in collaboration with several manufacturers like Mitsubishi Electric, Daikin, Samsung, Fujitsu to allow supervision and bidirectional control of all the parameters and functionality of Air conditioners from Modbus installations.

  • Easy installation. Direct connection to RS-485 or Ethernet and the AC indoor unit
  • Great integration flexibility, with supervision and control of Modbus registers allowing an easy and fast integration with the basic parameters, and a complete supervision and control for all the AC unit functionality
  • Advanced integration with air conditioner: a complete bidirectional communication and simultaneous control from Modbus and the infrared Air Conditioner remote controller.

About Modbus

The Modbus Organization is a group of independent users and suppliers of automation devices that seeks to drive the adoption of the Modbus communication protocol suite and the evolution to address architectures for distributed automation systems across multiple market segments. The Modbus Organization will also provide the infrastructure to obtain and share information about the protocols, their application and certification to simplify implementation by users resulting in reduced costs. The Modbus Organization is a membership-based trade association, incorporated as "Modbus Organization, Inc." under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, USA.

Modbus Protocol is a messaging structure developed by Modicon in 1979. It is used to establish master-slave/client-server communication between intelligent devices. It is a de facto standard, truly open and the most widely used network protocol in the industrial manufacturing environment. Modbus is used in multiple master/slave applications to monitor and program devices; to communicate between intelligent devices and sensors and instruments; to monitor field devices using PCs and HMIs. Modbus is also an ideal protocol for RTU applications where wireless communication is required. For this reason, it is used in innumerable gas and oil and substation applications. But Modbus is not only an industrial protocol. Building, infrastructure, transportation and energy applications also make use of its benefits.

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Daikin AC Domestic units to Modbus Interface
Daikin VRV and Sky systems to Modbus Interface
Fujitsu RAC and VRF systems to Modbus Interface
Hitachi VRF systems to Modbus Interface
Hisense VRF systems to Modbus Interface
Modbus to BACnet Gateway
Modbus to KNX Gateway
Algorex to Modbus Gateway
Algorinet to Modbus Gateway
ATERSA to Modbus Gateway
BACnet to Modbus Gateway
Cerberus to Modbus Gateway
DALI to Modbus Gateway
FC330A to Modbus Gateway
Fidelio to Modbus Gateway
Galaxy to Modbus Gateway
Kilsen to Modbus Gateway
KNX to Modbus Gateway
LonWorks to Modbus Gateway
M-Bus to Modbus Gateway
Notifier to Modbus Gateway
Modbus RTU to Modbus TCP Gateway
LG VRF systems to Modbus Gateway
LG VRF systems to Modbus Interface
Midea VRF systems and commercial lines to Modbus Gateway
Mitsubishi Electric AC units to Modbus Interface
Mitsubishi Electric AC Multi systems to Modbus Gateway
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries SuperLink systems to Modbus Gateway
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries FD and KX6 systems to Modbus Interface
Panasonic Etherea AC units to Modbus Interface
Panasonic VRF systems (CZ-CFUNC2) to Modbus Gateway
Panasonic Air-to-Water to Modbus Interface
Panasonic Air to Water to Modbus Interface
Panasonic ECOi and PACi systems to Modbus Interface
Samsung NASA VRF systems to Modbus Gateway
Samsung no NASA Air Conditioners to Modbus Interface
Toshiba VRF and Digital systems to Modbus Interface