Technical specification for PiiGAB M-Bus 810

Technical information about the M-Bus gateway PiiGAB M-Bus 810 can be found here. Please turn to the manual for a total technical description, installation help etc.

The interface of the PiiGAB M-Bus 810 consists of an Ethernet connection, a serial port, four parallel outputs for the M-Bus connections, and a connection for voltage supply.

There is also a possibility to connect a safety earth if the gateway is being used in environments with a lot of disturbance.

On the front of the M-Bus gateway there are three leds that are indicating the voltage feed, transmit and response of the M-Bus messages. The voltage leds have different behaviors depending on normal running, short circuit or overload on the M-Bus loop.

The PiiGAB M-Bus 810 may be remotely configured using the configuration tool PiiGAB M-Bus Setup Wizard, through TCP using the built-in-web-interface or with Telnet. With the PiiGAB M-Bus Setup Wizard the gateway can also be configured directly at site using a serial connection. The latter method ensures the highest possible level of security. The Telnet setup makes the gateway operative system independent, which means e.g. Linux may be used.

Specification, PiiGAB M-Bus 810

  • M-Bus EN 1434-3, EN13575-3
  • Number of M-Bus loads 2/5/20/60 (1 load=1.5mA)
  • M-Bus baudrate 300 – 9600 bps
  • Rated Current
    250mA (24V AC, 2, 5 and 20 slaves/loads)
    350mA (24V AC, 60 slaves/loads)
  • Operating temp.: -20°C to +55°C
  • Storage temp.: -35°C to +70°C
  • Dimension WxHxD 70x86x57
  • Protection type IP 20
  • Housing material: Lexan 940 / VO 1550
  • Supply voltage 24V AC/DC
  • CE proofed