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Compatible products and protocols for use with Digi wireless modems

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Digi's radio modems provide a simple cable replacement in most RS-232 and RS-485 communications equipment. The following are just some examples of products and protocols which have proven to work well with Digi's radio modems. Most installations require little or no configuration of the radio modems.

Product/ProtocolVendorDetails
ModBus ASCIIModiconAll families of Digi modules are compatible with this protocol.
ModBus RTUModiconXCite: XC09-038, XC09-009 with timing adjustments.
XStream: All, with timing adjustments. See Modbus Protocol for more information.
XTend: XT09.
DF1 Half duplexAllen-BradleyAll families of Digi modules are compatible with this protocol.
BACnet All families of Digi modules are compatible with this protocol.
N2 busJohnson ControlsXCite: XC09-009 in single-channel (non-FHSS) mode; XC09-038.
XStream: none.
XTend: XT09.
DirectNETAutomation Direct 
MICROS
Point-of-Sale equipment
MICROS 
Elegance home automationCentralite 
Thermo Electron dust monitors  
Colorado Time Systems scoreboardsColorado Time SystemsXBee 802.15.4
Optobus ASCII
Use Optobus ASCII mode rather than binary
Opto 22 
PACOM gate access systemsPACOM 
Pelco PTZ camera controlsPelco 
Simatic PLCsSiemens9Xtend
Honeywell - Northern Computers access controls (N-1003 Panels)Honeywell 
Linear access controls  
Daktronix LED display signsDaktronix9Xtend
Adaptive Micro Systems LED display signsAdaptive Micro SystemsXBee 802.15.4
9Xtend
Hi-Tech LED display signsHi-Tech9Xtend
Ultradome PTZ camera controlsUltrak9Xtend

Digi wireless modems have not been successful with the following products/protocols:
 

VendorAdditional Information 
DH485Allen-BradleyRequires response timeout of 1ms or less
DH1 Full DuplexAllen-BradleyRequires simultaneous bidirectional communications

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