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Modbus

Modbus Protocol is a messaging structure developed by Modicon in 1979. Modbus allows for communication between various intelligent devices. Modbus is used in master-slave applications to transfer discrete/analog I/O and register data between devices. It can also be used to monitor and program devices using PCs and HMIs. Currently, the Modbus protocol is supported over serial RS232 connection or over an Ethernet TCP/IP link.

Modbus Controller
  SPiiPlusEC   SPiiPlus MC4U   ACS SPiiPlus SAR  
  ACS SPiiPlusEC   ACS SPiiPlus MC4U   ACS SPiiPlus SAR  
             
  SPiiPlus CM   Lenze PositionServo 940/941      
  ACS SPiiPlus CM   Lenze PositionServo 940/941      
             
Intergrated Motor
  MDrivePlus EtherNet/IP   IMS MDrive Hybrid EtherNet/IP      
  IMS MDrivePlus EtherNet/IP   IMS MDrive Hybrid EtherNet/IP      
             
HMI
  Parker CTC Interact Xpress   Parker CTC PA2      
  Parker CTC Interact XPress   Parker CTC PA2      
             
Machine Vision
  Cognex InSight   Cognex InSight Micro      
  Cognex InSight   Cognex InSight Micro      

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