This page contains a comprehensive list of the RS-485 Modbus RTU Modules that have been produced for the Wattmons. It will contain links to documentation for each of them.

The WattmonOS contains drivers for all of these devices, most of them with automatic detection and configuration. The currently produced devices are at the top of the list. Below those, the discontinued or obsolete modules are listed, for the purpose of providing documentation for those that own them and are yet using them, and as a demonstration of the many potential applications for the Wattmon.1)

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A1010-Channel ADC ModuleAvailable
A6I46-Channel ADC Module with 4 Digital InputsAvailable
C1002s100A Dual Current Sensor ModuleAvailable
C252h25A Dual Current Sensor ModuleAvailable
I8O88-Channel Digital I/O Module + Relay BoardAvailable
WM-LCD 24×4LCD ModuleAvailable
A8I28-Channel ADC Module with 2 Digital InputsNLA, replaced with A10 and I8O8
C25225A Dual Current Sensor ModuleNLA, replaced with 12-bit C252h
C50250A Dual Current Sensor ModuleNLA, replaced with 12-bit C1002s
C75275A Dual Current Sensor ModuleNLA, replaced with 12-bit C1002s
I3O2Digital I/O ModuleNLA, for Inputs see I8O8
A5S15-Channel ADC with Single 20mV Shunt Amplifier ModuleNLA
BAR-RHBarometer, Humidity & Temperature ModuleNLA
DS3Distance Sensor ModuleNLA
EC & PHTDS and Ph Level ModuleNLA
IF1Frequency/Pulse Counter ModuleNLA
IP1PWM Output and Single Channel ADC ModuleNLA
S55-Channel 50mV Shunt Amplifier ModuleNLA

Perhaps you don't see your device in this list? It might be one of the many modules, sensors, devices or accessories that we sell that are listed in Accessories.

1) Some of the Modules were discontinued because they were replaced with a better Module. Others have been discontinued for other reasons, sometimes lack of orders. Please contact us if your application could benefit from the use of any of the discontinued Modules: we will consider manufacturing them again to fill a special order if there is enough potential demand.