.NET ModbusServer – Properties

Namespace:  EasyModbus Class:  ModbusServer public HoldingRegisters holdingRegisters provides access to the Holding Registers e.g. holdingRegisters[5]   public InputRegisters inputRegisters provides access to the Input Registers e.g. inputRegisters[10]   public Coils coils provides access to the coils   public DiscreteInputs discreteInputs provides access to the discrete Inputs e.g. discreteInputs[8] public int NumberOfConnections returns the number of connected[…]

Python: Codesamples

Read 8 Discrete Inputs from Modbus-TCP Server – Server available at Port 502 (IP-Address – Starting Address “1”, Number of Inputs to Read: “8” (Notice that the Starting address might be shifted by “1”. In this example we are reading 8 Inputs, the first is Register “1” (Addressed with “0”) from easymodbus.modbusClient import ModbusClient[…]

.NET ModbusClient – Properties

Namespace:  EasyModbus Class:  ModbusClient bool Connected returns “TRUE” if client is connected to Server; otherwise “FALSE” string IPAddress Gets or Sets the IP-Address of the Server to be connected int Port Gets or Sets the Port were the Modbus-TCP Server is reachable (Standard is 502) bool UDPFlag Gets or Sets the UDP-Flag to activate Modbus UDP. byte UnitIdentifier Gets or[…]

License information

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.NET ModbusClient – Methods

Namespace:  EasyModbus Class:  ModbusClient Constructor  ModbusClient(string ipAddress, int port) Constructor for Modbus TCP and Modbus UDP connection. string ipAddress: Ip- Address of the Modbus TCP Server int port: Port of the Modbus TCP Server listening (Standard is 502) Constructor  ModbusClient( string serialPort) Constructor for serial connection (Modbus RTU). String serialPort: Name of the serial port to be used (e.g. “COM1”)[…]