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MS-KP adapter module is an electronic digital device intended for integration of Rubezh addressable system with equipment of other brands using Modbus RTU protocol.
Voltage 10 to 28 V
Power consumption, no more than 1,5 W
The quantity of outputs for interface connection:
-RS-485, galvanically isolated
-Modbus, galvanically isolated

RS485 interface cable length, no more than 1000 m
Length of USB interface cable, up to 2 m
Overall dimensions of the module, no more than
8412537 mm
Weight, no more than 200 g
Operating temperature range from 0 to +40
Average service life 10 years

Adapter module MS-KP fulfills the following functions:

  • conversion of data signals from the addressable system format into the data format of Modbus RTU protocol;
  • transmission of the state of zones and actuators of Rubezh addressable system to the external systems and third-party software which supports data receipt via Modbus RTU protocol;
  • receipt of external commands from the third party systems for control of security and fire alarm system devices of brand "Rubezh" via Modbus RTU protocol.

RS-485 interface operates at the following rate of data transmission: 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 bit/sec. 

Gateway for Modbus:

  • interface type RS-485;protocol type: Modbus-RTU;
  • data transmission rate from the series: 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 bit/sec;
  • parity check: no, evenness, oddness;
  • number of stop bits: 1 - with parity control; 1 or 2 - without parity control;
  • maximum packet length - 256 byte.

MS-KP availability tyme after connection - no more than 5 seconds.

For modules power supply it is recommended to use secondary power supply sources "IVEPR 12" or "IVEPR 24" of 12 or 24 V.

On the front face of the device there are LEDs intended to display the current state of the adapter module. 


  • when power supply is available - is blinking at a rate of 1 Hz;
  • when the USB is used for data recording the LED is blinking at a rate of 5 Hz.

 LED indicators Channel 1 and Channel 2: 

  • in case of data exchange via a relevant interface - are blinking at a rate of exchange;
  • if the data exchange is not available - LEDs are off.

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