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Overview: ModbusProxy

ModbusProxy (front panel)
  • Plug 'n' Play design - Start monitoring in minutes
  • No need to compromise your firewall Firewall diagram
  • Route multiple Modbus communications
  • Connects into your existing network
  • Telco-grade casing for enhanced durability
  • Built-in web interface to monitor from any PC on the network
  • Supports up to fifty Modbus devices
  • Small form-factor saves on valuable rack space

The ModbusProxy Provides Communication to Multiple Modbus Devices Behind a Firewall

Have you ever needed to monitor multiple Modbus devices through your firewall? Now you can with the new ModbusProxy. Keep track of up to fifty devices with the ModbusProxy unit without creating holes in your firewall. Simply install this unit and configure your settings on one easy-to-use web interface.

With the built-in web interface, you'll be able to log on to the ModbusProxy from anywhere on the network to edit your proxy settings. Need to add another device? Want to check which port you're connecting to? Handle all of this- right from your network PC.

DPS Telecom products are telco-grade and built on technology that has proved itself in thousands of successful implementations. DPS gear is deployed on all seven continents, in industries such as:

  • Telecommunications
    AT&T, Nextel, T-Mobile, Verizon
  • Manufacturing
    Hewlett Packard, Lucent Technologies, Motorola, Nortel
  • Utilities
    Duke Energy, Florida Power, Niagara Mohawk, Sierra Pacific Power


ModbusProxy (back panel)

Keep track of up to fifty devices with the ModbusProxy unit without creating holes in your firewall.

Full Specifications
Local Connections 50
Interfaces 1 10/100BaseT Ethernet port
1 Craft Serial Port
Protocol Modbus, HTTP, HTTPS
Dimensions 1.720" H x 11.5" W x 4" D
Weight 1.5 lbs
Mounting 19" rack, wall mount
Power Input +12VDC to +24VDC or -48V
Current Draw 150mA @ +12DC
75mA @ +24DC
Operating Temp. 32 to 140 degrees F (O to 60 degrees C)
Operating Humidity 0% to 95% non-condensing

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Data Center Management Techniques


The ModbusProxy can be configured through the TTY interface via craft port, or through the easy-to-use web interface. This allows the ModbusProxy to easily be configured through any computer on your network.

The ModbusProxy's Web Interface
The ModbusProxy can be configured with the easy-to-use Web interface.

The ModbusProxy's Web Interface
Modbus device ID, TCP port, and IP address can easily be added and configured in the web interface.

The ModbusProxy's Web Interface
Configure the remote TMon in the ModbusProxy's web interface from any computer on the network.

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