The Veeder-Root Serial Driver allows the FieldServer to transfer data to and from devices over either RS- 232 or RS-485 ports using Veeder-Root protocol as defined in Veeder- Root Document 576013-635 Revision J. The Veeder-Root Driver supports TLS350 as per Veeder-Root Document 576013-635 Revision Y, and TLS450 as per Veeder-Root Document 577013-950 Revision G. Since the data protocol is the same for the TLS-350+ as for TL-S350, it is assumed that the driver will support the TLS350+ but this has not been tested. The Driver also successfully communicates with the TLS-450 as it has the same data protocol. Please refer to the driver manual for hardware connections.
The FieldServer emulates a Client.
The Veeder-Root Serial Driver is a poll response driver. Only one query or command can be processed at a time.
A limited set of the queries and commands defined in the protocol specification have been implemented. The reason for the limitation is two-fold. Firstly, not all commands/queries will have any meaning to a Server device as they are principally defined to configure the Veeder-Root Device. Secondly, some commands return very complex data sets which cannot be processed in a method suitable for loading into the FieldServer’s Data Arrays.
The driver is capable of exposing its communications statistics which allows them to be monitored using a Server device.
Supported Veeder-Root products
The Veeder-Root Gateway supports the following Veeder-Root Products:
- TLS-450 PLUS Automatic Tank Gauge
- TLS4i / TLS4c Automatic Tank Gauge
- TLS-350 Automatic Tank Gauge
- TLS-350 Plus Automatic Tank Gauge
- TLS-350R Automatic Tank Gauge
- TLS-300C/I Automatic Tank Gauges
- TLS-2/P Automatic Tank Gauge
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Below is a list of potential Protocols. Many of them, we already have and the rest, we can develop.
Allen-Bradley CSP, Armstrong FA403, ATMI ACM and TGM, BACnet Arcnet, Barrington MicroSTAR, Barrington LanSTAR, Canatal, Caterpillar, ControlNet, Cummins, Data Highway Plus (DH), Data Highway Plus (DH+), DeviceNet, DF1, DNP3, Edwards, Federal Signal Ultravoice, Fike Cheetah, Gamewell FCI, GE SNP (SNPx), GE SRTP, GE TLC, GE-EGD, HTTP, KNX, Kohler, M-Bus, McQuay Microtech, MetOne Particle Counters, Mircom FX2000, Modbus ASCII, Modbus Plus (MB), Modbus Plus (MB+), Multistack Compu25, National Time and Signal, Notifer 320/640, Notifer Legacy Panels, Notifier 3030, Omron FINS, OPC, Optomux Opto22, Profibus, Rapid Engineering ICSII, SIA Security Industry, Siemens Fire Safety, Silent Knight Fire, SNMP, Stulz, TAC I-Net, Telnet, TL1, TOA VS900, XML, Cleaver-Brooks Hawk, Carrier DataLink, EST3 Serial, Veeder Root, DNP 3.0, Mudbus Jbus, Profibus DP Slave, Notifier INA, Data Aire DAP, Data Aire DART, Secutron, RussElectric Model 2000, Notifier Italia AM6000, Notifier 200/300/400, Lutron Machine, Gardner Denver, Grinnell TFX Minerva, Modbus Tek-Air, Hochiki Serial Driver, Notifier 1010/2020, Zellweger Infratox, Notifier NCA, Notifier Onyx 640, Metasys N2, BACnet PTP Serial