MS-KP adapter module is an electronic digital device intended for integration of the “Rubezh” addressable system with equipment of other brands upon the 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
USB interface cable length, up to
2 m
Module overall dimensions, no more than
84х125х37 mm
Weight, no more than 200 g
Operating temperature range from 0 to +40°С
Average service life 10 years

MS-KP adapter module fulfills the following functions:
  • data signals conversion from the addressable system format into the Modbus RTU protocol data format;
  • transmission of the Rubezh addressable system zones and actuators state to the external systems and third-party software which supports data receipt via Modbus RTU protocol;
  • external commands receipt from the third party systems for control of security and “Rubezh”  fire alarm system panels 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:
  • RS-485 type interface; 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.
For modules power supply it is recommended to use “IVEPR 12” or “IVEPR 24” of 12 or 24 V secondary power supply sources.

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

Communication LED: 
  • 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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