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Dear all, I'm programming an application on a SM43-J-R20 PLC+HMI. I've added a V100-17-RS4X card, in order to use RS485. I've succesfully implemented Modbus RTU communication with a Frequency Drive. The thing is, I need to communicate with 11 of them. The ladder logic so far uses the Modbus function blocks, as can be seen on the Modbus webinars on Unitronics page. That is, I SET a variable (ex:MB0) , which is used for enabling the "function 06 Modbus" block (preset holding register). At the output of the block, I RESET that same variable, ensuring the block gets execu
Hey guys, I'm often needing to use advanced modbus features because ill need to have dynamically adddressed slave ID's, or changing registers etc, etc and i cant use the built in configuration to do so. Also - the Advanced modbus still require a good bit of logic to be built in order to achieve a good Tx and Rx. I built this UDFB to be used as a single operation which accepts 4 Function In parameters, and one Function out. Example Ladder Note how the function is called, Param 'D' must be reset immediately after the function call: Ladder Image Input A is a struct with
Hi I have an 3 installations. Each consisting of 8 x Jazz UA24, 2 x M91 RA22, 1 x JAZZ R16, 1 x JAZZ T41, 4 x CIAT water Chillers 2 x PROCON analogue input modules. They are all networked on RS485 using Specview SCADA package as MODBUS master. All the Jazz PLCs use the JZ-RS4 com port adapter All the Jazz controllers use the same Communication setup nets All the Jazz controllers are run from the same 24VDC power supply So that's the situation as it stands. My problem is that the JAZZ R16 on all sites has very flakey coms. It will occasionally come online after a restart fo