RS-485/Modbus Module for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo
RS-485/Modbus Module for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo
RS-485/Modbus Module for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo

RS-485/Modbus Module for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo

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The RS-485/Modbus Module is a module you can connect to your Arduino, your Raspberry Pi or your Intel Galileo to benefit from the RS-485 communication standard on all the devices integrated into your electronics project. DISCONTINUED PRODUCT

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RS-485/Modbus Module for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo: make the most of the EIA-485 standard on the board of your choice

The RS-485/Modbus Module is not only an Arduino module, but also Raspberry Pi module and Intel Galileo module. Simply connect your RS-485/Modbus via a multiprotocol radio shield or a connection bridge to equip your programming board with the RS-485 communication standard, i.e. one of the most commonly used standards in automation and industry.

The RS-485/Modbus Module also allows you to use the Modbus communication protocol on your RS-485 link, an asynchronous serial link for transferring data at various rates over various distances.

Uses for the RS-485/Modbus Module for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo

The RS-485 communication standard offered by the 88141 module allows you to use numerous compatible devices, so you can create your own remote surveillance system, machine-to-machine communication system, control doors using RFID or magnetic cards, etc.

Technical specifications of the RS-485/Modbus Module for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo

  • Standard: EIA RS-485
  • Transmission line: twisted pair
  • Network topology: point-to-point, multipoint
  • Max. number of devices: 32 drivers or receivers
  • Voltage levels: -7 to +12 V
  • Signal 1: Positive voltage (B - A > +200 mV)
  • Signal 0: Negative voltages (B - A < -200 mV)
  • Available signals: Tx+/Rx+, Tx-/Rx- (half-duplex), Tx+, Tx-, Rx+, Rx- (full-duplex)

 

Resources for the RS-485/Modbus Module

You can use this comprehensive tutorial to help get your 88141 module up and running on your Arduino, Raspberry Pi or Intel Galileo board:

Tutorial for the RS-485/Modbus Module

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