from the Automation List department...
Wago 750-653 vs XBT-N200
Human-Machine Interface and SCADA. topic
Posted by Edwin van der Stam on 10 June, 2007 - 2:32 pm
Has some else tryed to get a working connection between a Wago controller and a XBT-N200 terminal?

All by means of a Modbus RTU communication were the Controller is the slave and terminal the master.

Have used Wago Lib "TerminalSlave_04.lib" as a base but they wil not talk to each other.
Both use the same communication settings but it seems that the Wago controller keeps on waiting but I don't have a clue what that should be.
Hope to find some boy who has found a way to get a working communication between a XBT-n series terminal ans a Wago controller using the 750-653 clamp.

Even Wago Support got stuck on this one.

Posted by Anonymous on 11 June, 2007 - 11:33 pm
Check the connections, our friends from Schneider have recently changed the cable pinout for the XBT N200.

Posted by Anonymous on 12 June, 2007 - 10:52 pm
Yes, I know.

You can't make a mistake with that as they have put a large enough label on it.
Thanks anyway.

I think we have to put the XBT N200 in the bin and we're going to have a look at the competition.

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