The SNAP-B3000-MODBUS brain is a high-performance processor designed to remotely control and acquire a mix of SNAP analog and digital I/O modules on a B-series rack. The brain communicates to any Modbus master device via RS-485 using the Modbus slave protocol in both ASCII and RTU modes. Brain functions include latching, counting, on/off status, and thermocouple linearization. The SNAP-B3000-MODBUS works with any Modbus master device. SNAP-B3000-Modbus controller via RS-485 using the Modbus slave protocol in both ASCII and RTU modes. Serial communication from 300 baud to 115,200 baud is supported. SNAP-B3000-Modbus functions include the following: digital: input latching, counting (16-bit), and on/off status. Analog: thermocouple linearization (16-bit fixed point for linearized values). With the SNAP-B3000-Modbus brain, you can use reliable Opto 22 industrial I/O hardware with your existing Modbus-compatible controller. The SNAP-B3000-Modbus is a high-performance brain designed to remotely control a mix of both analog and digital I/O modules using the SNAP B-series I/O mounting racks. With SNAP B Series racks and any combination of compatible analog and digital SNAP I/O modules, this brain provides a powerful and sophisticated I/O handling system. The on-board intelligence of the SNAP-B3000-Modbus offers many distributed control functions.