We are expanding the range of accessories in the Unipi online store

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17.02.2022 We have added new accessories to our online store that are fully compatible with units and other Unipi products. Find out what news is waiting for you.

M-Bus modules

Here we have replaced the obsolete RS485/M-Bus-4 converter with a new one: RS485/M-Bus-5, which, unlike its predecessor, allows the connection of up to five M-Bus devices.



RS485/M-Bus-5 converter


The RS485toMbus-5M communication converter is used for connecting M-Bus devices into systems using the RS485 interface. The converter is designed for protocol conversion without changing the content of M-Bus messages and is primarily intended for reading data from M-Bus water meters, electricity meters, heat consumption meters, and other similar devices.


Power supplies and converters

They include a new power supply with a UPS function and two DC/DC converters. All of these devices are also used in the backup power supply manual. In addition, in this category, you will find an IPOE-162S splitter, suitable for powering units and other devices via an Ethernet cable according to the PoE 802.3at standard. You can find out more about this connection in the manual for powering Unipi units through PoE.



DIN rail power supply with UPS function - 12 V DC, 4.3 A


DIN rail uninterruptible power supply (UPS) Mean Well DRC-60A - 12 V DC, 60 W - that can be used with any Unipi controller or Extension as an uninterruptible power supply when used with a suitable DC/DC converter..


DIN rail DC/DC voltage converter - 24 V DC, 0.63 A


DIN rail DC/DC voltage converter DDR-15G-24 with input voltage 9–36 V DC, output voltage 24 V DC, and power 15 W.




DIN rail DC/DC voltage converter - 24 V DC, 1.25 A


DIN rail DC/DC voltage converter DDR-30G-24 with input voltage 9–36 V DC, output voltage 24 V DC, and power 30 W.




IPOE-162S splitter


Industrial PoE splitter suitable for powering Unipi units and other devices. The power supply is given via an Ethernet cable together with data according to the 802.3at standard and further divided into separate data and power supply 12 V DC or 24 V DC.






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