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Web-HMI Server for Modbus RTU systems

Visualizing modern, flexible and economically over the web

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At a glance

  • Brings your Modbus-networked automation equipment to the web
  • Enables platform neutral and free of charge visualization over all common browsers
  • Lets you monitor and operate your machinery from any mobile anytime, anywhere
  • Comes with touchscreen-ready controls and gadgets for fast implementation without programming

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The integrated Web Visualization of netSCADA Modbus sets the path of graphical Web Browser based HMI for low cost control of automated machines and industrial manufacturing systems. The device links to the targeted system with simple Modbus RTU protocol over a serial RS-232, RS-485 or RS-485 connection. The two Ethernet ports with integrated 2-port switch functionality are connecting the unit economically with the existing network at no need for additional Ethernet Switches.

The Web Visualization is managing the pages without plugins such as ActiveX®, Flash®, Java® or Silverlight™ and can be executed by all leading Web Browsers. Visualizations can be displayed and accessed on any Windows®/ Linux PC based system as well as such on tablets and smartphones with browser support. The simultaneous access of multiple browsers at a time is also supported.

Although native Web Technology is being used there is no HTML code programming necessary. Front end creation as well as the dynamizations of the visualizing elements are easily and quickly configured with a few mouse clicks. Color change, movement, scaling, user rights, the support of all common graphic formats and multilingualism are standard. Next to monitoring online data, Alarming and Acknowledgment and Data Trending are supported. For best visual effects a large catalogue of high-quality graphics from the industrial sector is optionally available as library.

Technical Details

ProductPart number1880.100/ATVISE/MBR
Brief descriptionWeb-HMI Server for Modbus RTU systems
Communication controllerTypenetX 52
Integrated MemoryRAM8 MB SDRAM
Power supplySupply voltage18 – 30 V DC
Current (typically)88 mA (at 24 V), 120 mA (at 18 V), 73 mA (at 30 V)
ConnectorCOMBICON MC 1.5/5, 5-pin
Communication interface 1Communication standardModbus RTU Master or Slave
Interface typeRS-232, RS-485, RS-422, galvalically connected
ConnectorCOMBICON MSTB 2.5/5, 5-pin, green
Communication interface 2Communication standardEthernet
Interface type10BASE-T/100BASE-TX, isolated
Connector2 x RJ45 sockets
Auto negotiationsupported
Auto cross oversupported
LED indicatorsLEDsSYSTEM, System status  
CONFIG, Configuration status  
MODBUS Modbus status  
ACTIVE Visualization status  
LOAD, File download status  
ACT, Ethernet activity status  
LNK, Ethernet link status
Permitted ambient conditionsOperating temperature range0 °C … +50 °C
Humidity10 % … 95 % relative humidity (not condensing)
DeviceDimensions (L x W x H)88 x 22,5 x 78 mm
Weightappr. 84 g
Protection classIP20
MountingTop hat rail mounting according to DIN EN 60715
Conformance with EMC directivesCE signYes
EmissionEN 55011:2009 + A1:2010, Class A
Electrical immunity to interferenceEN 61131-2:2008
Electrostatic discharge (ESD)According to IEC/EN 61000-4-2:2008: 8 kV Air discharge, Criterion B; 4 kV Contact discharge, Criterion B
Fast transient interferences (Burst)Zone B, according to IEC/EN 61000-4-4:2004 +Cor.1:2006 +Cor.2:2007 +A1:2010: 2 kV Power supply connector DC, Criterion B; 1 kV Communication lines Ethernet and RS, Criterion B
Surge voltageZone B, according to IEC/EN 61000-4-5:2005: 0.5 kV CM/DM Power supply connector DC, Criterion B; 1 kV CM Communication lines Ethernet and RS, Criterion B
Modbus RTU communicationTypeSlave or master to 16 slaves
Baud rate1,2 kBaud … 115,2 kBaud
Function codesFC1, FC2, FC3, FC4, FC5, FC15, FC16
Ethernet communicationTransmission rate10/100 MBit/s
ConnectionsMin. 3 TCP connections to browser at the same time possible.
Data transportTCP/IP
Integrated Server/ClientsFTP serverRFC 959, Port 21, passive mode
HTTP serverRFC 2616, Port 80, HTTP/1.1
SNTP clientRFC 2030, Port 123, time synchronization
Integrated WebServerSupported protocolHTTP/1.1 - Hypertext Transfer Protocol (RFC 2616)
Maximum number of socketsMin. 3 browser connections at the same time
Supported HTTP methodsGET, HEAD, POST
atvise webMI standardSupported
Request URI to file system mappingSupported
Media type recognition from filename suffixSupported
Server Side Includes (SSI)Supported
Chunked Transfer EncodingNot supported
Time managementParameterValue
Real-time clockTypeHardware supported
Precision20 ppm
Power failure-safeYes
BufferingMin. 7 days, maintenance-free by SuperCap
SynchronizationManually or cyclically by SNTP (via 123/UDP port)
VisualizationWeb visualizationatvise webMI with Hilscher plug-ins
Engineering toolatvise builder by Certec
Variables/data pointsLimited by memory only: 1 KByte web applikation memory per variable
Web memory consumption200 KByte per visualization page (typically)
Standard functionsAlarm, trend and user management
AdaptabilityEntirely customizable using Java scripting
MultilingualismStandard: german/english (can be extended)
Web application memory6 MB non-volatile FLASH memory
TrendingTrend variablesUp to 32 Variables possible
Sampling rate200 ms to 24 hours
Recording timeDepending on the number of variables and the sampling rate. Example: 8 Variables @ 60 sec. sampling rate = 45 days; 18 Variables @ 60 min. sampling rate = 1200 days
Trending memory8 MB non-volatile FLASH memory
Supported web browserBrowserVersion
Web browser supported by atvise with min. 3 simultaneously active connectionsMicrosoft Internet Explorer8 (with VML conversion), 9 and 10
Mozilla Firefox24
Apple Safari5.1.7
Google Chrome31
Blackberry6 or 10

Ordering information

Product namePart numberBrief description
NSCD-T52-RS/ATVISE/MBR1880.100/ATVISE/MBRWeb-HMI Server for Modbus RTU systems

The integrated web visualization in netSCADA devices allows systems to be operated and monitored using a standard web browser. The devices link to the targeted controller system and read and write the display data via a serial, a fieldbus or an Ethernet connection. Tablets, mobile telephones or PCs can be used as the visualization display platform.