The Anybus M-Bus to Modbus-TCP gateway allows M-Bus devices to communicate on a Modbus-TCP network. The gateway decodes M-Bus telegrams making it possible to map meter values to Modbus registers. This enables central control and supervision of measuring devices which usually use the M-Bus protocol.


The Module is designed to collect meter pulses, store and transfer. The module is mounted in specific area provided on meter and used for remote reading and programming. By means of M-Bus module primary address, M-Bus ID Number and pulse input can be programmed via M-Bus network.


  • M-Bus Slave meets standard EN1434-3 and 13757
  • Configurable baud rates upto 19, 200
  • Supply from battery- Meter Bus active for data transmission
  • Collision detection
  • Tamper detection
  • Operating Temperature: 0 - 550 C
  • Operating Humidity: 0 ? 95%rH,
  • non condensing IP65


    Technical Data

    The Wave Pay As You Go Token less (PAYGTL) System provides Automatic Meter Reading (AMR), together with the potential for the utility to receive payment for the gas before it is used. The PAYGTL meter differs from the standard AMR offering, in that there is a solenoid valve fitted on the meter inlet. The wave module monitors the customers' account checking the gas consumed against the credit available. Should the account become zero then the gas supply will be shut off. A customer can top up his account at a registered pay facility, by credit card over the phone /online or by direct debit. The display on the module provides the customer with realtime information regarding the credit balance


    • Improves cash flow and reduces cost to the utility
    • No requirement to read the meter
    • Near real time data
    • Remote disconnect for non payment
    • No need to produce a bill
    • Reduction in back office staff
    • Average saving of 15 to 20% per Annum