Com'X510 Energy Server

Com'X510 Energy Server

Com'X510 Energy Server

Item Number: EBX510


Product Dimensions

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Width144 mm

Height icon

Height109 mm

Depth icon

Depth69 mm


Qty UoM EAN Colour



Range of product




Product or component type

energy server


Communication network type

  • RS485, Modbus serial on 1 RJ45
  • RS485, Modbus serial on terminal block
  • Ethernet, PoE 15W (Power over Ethernet) on 1 RJ45
  • Ethernet, DHCP on 1 RJ45

Mounting mode


Mounting support

35 mm DIN rail

Product certifications

  • C-Tick
  • cUL
  • UL
  • CE


  • EN 60950
  • EN 61010-1
  • UL 508
  • UL 60950


69 mm


109 mm


144 mm

Net weight

450 g

Local signalling

  • LED: for power supply
  • LED: for status (GPRS)
  • LED: for communication (Modbus)
  • LED: for communication (Ethernet)
  • LED: for communication (WiFi)
  • LED: for I/O

Relative humidity

5...95 % at 55 °C without condensation

IP degree of protection

  • IP20 (terminal block)
  • IP40 (front face)

Ambient air temperature for operation

-25...70 °C

Ambient air temperature for storage

-40...85 °C

REACh Regulation

Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

REACh free of SVHC


EU RoHS Directive


Toxic heavy metal free


Mercury free


China RoHS Regulation


RoHS exemption information


California proposition 65

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including: Lead and lead compounds, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov


Package 1 Bare Product Quantity


Product name


Device short name

ComX 510

[Us] rated supply voltage

main supply: 24 V DC

Maximum power consumption in W

  • 26 W 24 V
  • 15 W via PoE

Number of inputs

  • 6 digital
  • 2 analog

Discrete input current

60 mA at 12 V DC

Sensor power supply

24 V DC at 50 mA

Analogue input type

  • Pt 1000
  • Pt 100
  • 0...10 V
  • 4...20 mA

Number of outputs


Communication gateway

Ethernet TCP/IP to Modbus

Memory capacity

  • 128 MB RAM
  • 256 MB flash
  • 4 GB SDRAM

Product specific application

energy management systems

Web services

web server

Compatibility code

ComX 200

Pollution degree


Operating altitude

2000 m

Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Height

8.0 cm

Package 1 Width

11.0 cm

Package 1 Length

16.0 cm

Package 1 Weight

449.0 g

Unit Type of Package 2


Number of Units in Package 2


Package 2 Height

30.0 cm

Package 2 Width

30.0 cm

Package 2 Length

40.0 cm

Package 2 Weight

7.222 kg


The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Can the Com’X510 embedded SD card be replaced by any third party SD card?

Com'X can only use its embedded SD card.

No possibility to replace it because there is no part number for this SD card.

You cannot mount a 3rd party SD card inside the Com'X. This will not work.

What is the Com'X 510 Default Username and Password?

The Default Password and Username for ComX 510 are:
User = admin
Password = admin
See link for further Product information:https://www.se.com/au/en/product/EBX510/comx-510---energy-server---ul---sdram4-go/
EBX510 Product picture

What are the differences between Acti9 PowerTag Link C (A9XELC10) and Acti9 PowerTag Link (A9XMWD20) / Link HD (A9XMWD100)?

Acti9 PowerTag Link C (A9XELC10)
This is a cloud connected communication module which can ONLY be used with Facility Expert Small Business (FESB) app.

There is no webpage access to connect to Acti9 PowerTag Link C. All the commissioning steps are performed through the eSetup for Electricians app which is connected to PowerTag Link C using Bluetooth connectivity.
Please see more details in the PowerTagLink C Instruction Sheet and Facility Expert Small Business (FESB) brochure.

Please note that Facility Expert Small Business (FESB) app is not designed to use in residential applications and not supported for solar applications to see energy export values.***

Also, there is no option to log the kWh consumption data in the app or export them as reports.

Please download the Facility Expert SB app from Google Play or App Store and go to ‘Demo Mode’ to explore more.

*** If you are interested in solution for residential applications with solar, please check out our Wiser Energy Management solution.

Acti9 PowerTag Link (A9XMWD20) / Link HD (A9XMWD100)
These are used to monitor small/medium business electrical equipment via your supervision system through PowerTags Energy sensors.

These can be accessed via a webpage or EcoStruxure™ Power Commission software to configure and set notifications. These gateways itself do not log data.

Alternatively, PowerTag Link/Link HD can be connected to a COM’X 210/510 to connect to a cloud based platform, Facility Expert where you are able to see your energy data as well as your asset status. This platform has a yearly subscription fees and the fee depends on the inclusions in your license.

Please refer the below FAQ video and the PowerTag Link Gateway User Guide.
Set a Panel with PowerTag Energy Using PowerTag Link Webpages

How to use Com’X510 as a Modbus TCP Gateway for serial slave devices?

1. Please refer to the details in the ‘Modbus TCP Access’ section in the Com’X510 User Guide .

2. Please double check all the slave devices have been set with the same serial settings (Baud rate, Parity, etc.) as the Com’X510 ‘Modbus Serial’ settings (Settings > Communication > Modbus Serial.).

3. Configure the Com’X510 ‘Modbus Gateway’ setting as follows.


4. Please make sure ‘Enable Serial Modbus Broadcasts’ is enabled.


5. Please note that the ‘Enable Modbus TCP/IP on Ethernet’ setting in the ‘Firewall Management’ section is also enabled for the required port.


6. You can check and confirm the Gateway behavior by communicating to the slave devices using Modbus Tester and simply reading registers using the IP address of the Com’X and the Slave ID. Please see below example.