When your application requires a specific bus Interface, Hetronic is ready provide professional radio remote control process operators with virtually any bus interface required. Offering RS232, RS485, ModBus, Profibus, DeviceNet, Ethernet or CAN we have the experience and expertise to meet your needs. All of our receiver series from the MFSHL to the HL, RX and EX series can be configured to interface with the bus of your choice. For short and long range equipment control Hetronic has the receiver answer to your needs.
For point-to-point short distance communication the Hetronic RS-232 serial receiver may be the ideal solution for your application. Hetronic will match your customized transmitter and receiver to meet your application requirements. The RS232 receiver links control, has full analog/digital capability and full feedback as standard features. The receiver will operate at frequencies of 4xx, 8xx, 1.2Ghz and 2.4Ghz.
The RS485 serial communication standard is similar to the RS-232 standard but was developed to meet the need for longer cable lengths, increased throughput and control of multiple devices. If your application calls for longer distance remote control and connection to multiple devices, the RS-485 receiver may be the right solution for your needs.
MODBUS is a popular industrial protocol used in a wide range of industrial automation equipment. MODBUS can run over virtually all communication media which means it can be implemented in new or existing applications withe relative ease. It is simple, inexpensive and easy-to-use.
PROFIBUS (Process Field Bus) is a smart, field-bus technology that connects devices on the system to a central line. Devices can communicate information in an efficient manner, but can go beyond automation messages. PROFIBUS devices can also participate in self-diagnosis and connection diagnosis.
DeviceNet is a simple open network system to interconnect devices for data exchange. It utilizes the Common Industrial Protocol over a Controller Area Network. Applications include:
A Controller Area Network (CAN Bus) is a vehicle bus standard designed to allow microcontrollers and devices to communicate with each other in applications without a host computer.