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When using a Prolinx Gateway Modbus Plus module, what register in the module is used to publish Global Output Data?
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The Modbus Plus driver uses register 3960 in the modules database as the starting address to publish global data on the Modbus Plus network.The total number of registers is 32. Related Keywords: 4301 4302 4303 4304 4305 4306 4307 4310 Read More
What is the correct function code to use when reading and writing with an MBP Modbus Plus module?
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The MBP Modbus Plus modules use the modicon quantum MSTR commands. MSTR 1 is used for a write command. MSTR2 is used for a read command. The modules support the 4XXXX range addressing with these commands. Related Keywords: MVI46-MBP 3300-MBP... Read More
Where is the Global output data mapped in the Modbus Plus (MBP) ProLinx module?
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All ProLinx MBP modules global output data is mapped to addresses 3960 - 4000 in the ProLinx module. Read More
Cable hardware requirements for Modbus Plus networking.
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The Modbus Plus specification states that the following Modicon parts are to be used when wiring a Modbus plus network. AS-MBKT-085: This connector is used for inline Modbus Plus device connections. If your ProSoft of ProLinx module is going to be a... Read More
What Modbus Plus Cable do I use with the MVIxx-MBP modules when using Modicon Tap #990NAD23000?
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When using the modicon cable and tap system, you will want to use cable #990nad21910. This cable has a right angle connector that will fit on the MVIXXX-MBP module. Do not use #990NAD21110 as this cable will not fit onto the connector of the MVI... Read More
How can I create the Device Definition Table and Modbus Plus Route Paths?
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Modbus Plus Routing Paths can very considerably depending on what devices are on the network, how many segments make up the Modbus Plus network, and what kinds of devices link the segments. The attached document for a Schneider/Modicon BM85... Read More