RST-5003 Web Enabled Control Modules
Connecting More Sensors To The Cloud
Connects up to 10 Modbus sensors in a daisy-chain network or a single 4-20 mA sensor to Tank Cloud.
RST-5003 series Web Enabled Modbus Network Controllers connect APG Tank Cloud sensors to the cloud, as well as any 4-20mA sensor. You'll need this connection module unless you're using an LOE as your Tank Cloud master.
Unlike competing methods for remote monitoring, the RST-5003 simply connects to a pre-existing Internet connection via an Ethernet cable - be it landline, radio, cellular, or satellite.
Extremely Easy Set-Up
Simply connect the RST-5003 web enabled control module to any Tank Cloud daisy-chain network, or any 4-20mA sensor, via the input terminal and plug in an Ethernet cable. The module will send sensor data through the Ethernet cable to a local area network or the Internet.
Local and Remote Alarming
In addition to the alarming options with our online data portal, the RST-5003 control module has up to two isolated solid-state relays for local alarms and control.
Common Model Configurations
All common model configurations can be purchased online, click the model number link below. Refer to Model Number Configurator on the datasheet for a full list of configuration options.
|Model Number||Model Description|
|RST-5003||4-20 mA input, RS-485 interface, 2 relay outputs|
2 Isolated Solid-State Relays
Text (sms) Alarms (requires online service)
Email Notifications (requires online service)
Power Over Ethernet Option
48 VDC POE (requires POE injector or switch)
24 VDC output to power sensor
DC Powered Option
24 VDC supply, No POE injector required
40 mA at 48 VDC
130 mA max (Isolated SSRs)
RS-485 Modbus, 4-20mA, 0-2 Discrete Switches
0-2 Isolated Solid State Relays
LAN (module embedded website)
Volume, Level, Distance, Weight
Other user-defined units
33 mm Din-Rail
-40 to +140° F (-40 to 60° C)
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