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GWY-610 Series

In recent years the automation industry has embraced new network structures such as Ethernet and the internet. The trend has been towards adapting an open technology such as TCP/IP over Ethernet.

One of the big challenges has been, how to get existing serial devices such as PLCs (programmable logic controllers) and ASDs (adjustable speed drives) on to Ethernet. The Ethernet Gateway does this.

The Gateway is a Protocol Converter / Data sharer for devices like PLC's, Inverters, Controllers etc. GWY-610 has a serial port that connects to a serial device and a Modbus TCP/IP port that connects to a Modbus TCP/IP network.

The Gateway allows serial devices to act as a server on to a Modbus TCP/IP network. It also allows serial devices to act as a Client on to a Modbus TCP/IP network.

Toshiba GWY-610 Ethernet Gateways for Programmable Logic Controllers Distributors
GWY-610 Series

If you are looking for Toshiba GWY-610 Protocol Converters, please call us at (800) 894-0412 or email us at we will do our best to help you find the Toshiba GWY-610 data sharer that you are looking for at the most competitive prices possible. If you are searching for Toshiba GWY-610 Ethernet to serial converter technical information (data-sheets) please use the datasheets or product selection guide page links.

The key feature of the GWY-610 is its ability to inhibit Modbus TCP/IP communications when it sees an Ethernet connection request from the Toshiba T-PDS PLC Programming Software.

After T-PDS disconnects Modbus TCP/IP communications can resume.

The Windows based Gateway setup software makes it easy to configure the Gateway and map Modbus registers to device registers.

After choosing which protocol to be used for each port, the Gateway can be programmed to transfer data blocks.


  • Modbus TCP/IP Ethernet Protocol
  • Toshiba ASCII Protocol
  • Auto Detect RS485/233, CMOS
  • Auto Pass-Through for T-PDS
  • Industrial Grade Product
  • Low Power Consumption (0.5 w)
  • DIN Rail or Panel Mount
  • CE & cUL Certifications

Whether we have Toshiba protocol converter in stock in Boise, Idaho or need to ship direct from Toshiba Industrial Systems to any USA cities; Clearwater Tech can get Toshiba GWY-610 to you fast and save you some money.

Our industrial factory automation supplies distributors warehouse stocks some Toshiba Ethernet gateway products enabling us to further assist you in finding the correct GWY-610 data sharer in the USA, Canada, or Mexico.

It will be very helpful if you have the Ethernet to serial converters part numbers ready, then our sales representatives can provide you with a pricing and availability quote for GWY-610 gateway that you are looking for in seconds.

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