Interface Protocols

MORSE excels over other similar communication systems in its method of implementation and the range of protocols offered on the user interface of MR400 radio modems and MG100 GPRS modems. There are 77 standard and company protocols available and the implementation of others is pending upon requests from users.

Protocol Brief Description
MASMorse Application Server – connecting between IP application and MORSE members.
MAS – exampleMorse Application Server – example
IP-M-IPIP transparent over MORSE
MARS-AUniversal protocol for MORSE system services
PPPProtocol for communication between the MR25/400 serial port and the IP net router.
PPP-GPRSSetting of PPP for MG100.
SLIPSerial line internet protocol.
Async linkAllows creating of transparent async link between two points. Uses the 16 bit address.
Async link ++Allows creating of transparent async link between two points using the complete MORSE address.
UNIUniversal Master-Slave protocol.
SDRSemi-Dynamical Routing
ADIOCommunication with the Analog and Digital I/O Module for MR400
SEPProtocol for communication between MR25 unit and the digital and analog I/O unit SEP.
SEP – examplesExamples for various SEP communication modes.
MTFMorse Technology Format
SLEEPSLEEP mode – quiet state with low consumption
GPSProtocol for communication between MR modem and GPS receiver.
DCFSynchronization of inner CU clock according to clock radio recorder.
HAYESSimulation of dial-up modem.
Siemens (MARS-E)Compatible with Siemens 3964 protocol.
IEC 870-5-101 (Landis&Gyr)Protocol Landis & Gyr for MORSE (comes from narrow definition of format FT 1.2 by IEC 870-5-2).
RTUSpecial protocol creating the simulated RTU, which connects the IEC 870-5-2 protocol with the MTS and ECS equipments.
RDSProtocol compatible with RD300FS.
PR2000Protocol PR2000 is used in PLC devices of English company Serck.
DIRASProtocol for communication with DIRAS devices.
S-BUSProtocol for communication with SAIA PLC devices.
RP570Protocol for communication with PLC made by ABB.
SAUTERProtocol for communication with PLC made by SAUTER.
COMLIProtocol for communication with SattCon device from Swede company ALFA LAVAL.
SIFASCommunication with weighing machine SIEMENS.
SCHENCKCommunication with weighing machine Schenck.
RADOSConnecting of radioactivity detectors of firm RADOS.
INCAFor communication between signalization devices of parking places and control center.
MDUCommunication between intelligent light signals in transport and control center.
APEAmit PLC with serial interface
ECSCommunication with gas meters of firm ECS.
Park AirCommunication with NORMARC system of firm Park Air Systems.
MININETProtocol for communication with MININET device.
PROMOTICProtocol for communication with Promotic device.
LonWorksLinking segments of LonWorks network.
MITSUBISHILink HDLC protocol for PLC MITSUBISHI device, FX series.
BIISSerial BIIS protocol.
DF1 Allen-BradleyDF1 – full-duplex protocol for Allen-Bradley devices.
MELSEC C24Communication with Melsec PLC.
SEAB 1FProtocol for PLC AEG
SKAOProtocol for controlling of cathode protection equipment for pipeline.
AEGProtocol for P-Tech
DNP3Distributed Network Protocol version 3
MODBUSProtocol for communication with MODBUS device, version
MODBUS-examplesExamples of Modbus communication, version
MODBUS – formatFormat of MODBUS frames
MODBUS 657Protocol for communication with MODBUS device, sw version 657.
MODBUS 574Protocol for communication with MODBUS device, older sw version 574.
MODBUS – ex 657Examples for various MODBUS modes, version 6.57
SKAO – MODBUSCommunication with NES power suply.
AXIMAThe version of MODBUS protocol.
PROFIBUSSpecial protocol for the Profibus network.
CACTUSProtocol for CACTUS M/S network
HIRSCHSpecial protocol for communication with security device HIRSCH.
HIRSCH-DTransparent version of HIRSCH protocol.
FBIIProtocol for the security device FBII.
ARITECHProtocol for the security device Aritech.
-Protocols rarely used or obsolete follows:
MTSProtocol for communication between MR25 and MTS074.
RLAProtocol for communication with POS terminals of firm Dione.
Async HDLCAsynchronous HDLC link protocol derived from HDCL standard. Protocol accept recommendations in RFC11711, Point-to-Point
ZATHDLC protocol for system ZAT Pribram.
TRANS FRAMELink protocol, transferring of transparent HDLC packets.
EXT SYNCLink synchronous protocol. Starts and stops of packets are assigned by RTS signal or set-uped maximum length of packet in protocol parameters.
TRANS SYNCLink synchronous protocol, similar to EXT SYNC, without control by RTS signal. Start of packet is defined by synchronization word.
MARS-UOld version of MARS-A protocol.
REMOld version of MARS-A protocol.
MARS-MOld version of MARS-A protocol
BENAsync link with DTE->DCD a DCD<-RTD transfer
WSRProtocol for PLC Sauter Rittmeyer WSR3000
DACPDACP-2B – Datec Asynchronous Communications Protocol