Babel Buster SPX is a Modbus-to-Modbus and a Modbus-to-SNMP Gateway. The SPX is more than a protocol translator. It is a self-contained server that collects and distributes data according to the rules you create. The most common use of the SPX is to map Modbus RTU and/or Modbus TCP devices to SNMP. The SNMP manager can use SNMP Get to retrieve contents of any mapped Modbus register. In addition, the SPX uses threshold rule templates to continuously monitor Modbus data and generate SNMP Traps upon sensing of "alarm" conditions.
Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP
Modbus RTU RS-485 Master or Slave; Modbus TCP Client and Server; Modbus TCP over Ethernet 10/100BaseT; SNMP get/set access to all data points; SNMP trap generation, user programmable criteria; 1000 16-bit registers (300 useable for SNMP); 500 32-bit floating point registers (100 useable for SNMP); Supports Modbus "coils," input registers, holding registers; Single/double, signed/unsigned, and IEEE 754; Modbus register mapping configured via web interface; Modbus register scaling (x10, x100, x0.1, x0.01, etc.); Modbus (master) polling interval configurable per point; User defined "virtual device" register map; Supports user HTML "wrapper"; Configure via web pages; Flash file system with XML configuration files; Online help; Password protection for web log-on and ftp; Field upgradeable firmware upload via ftp; DHCP or static IP address; Hardened EIA-485 transceiver for Modbus RTU; Powered by 10-30VDC or 24VAC 50/60 Hz; Power Consumption: 0.3A @ 24VDC; Pluggable screw terminal block for power & RTU network; Operating temperature -40°C to +85°C; Humidity 5% to 90%; FCC Class A, CE Mark.
See attached spec. sheet.