0124-23 Modbus TCP Slave
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Raspberry Pi with PiFace Digital as Modbus TCP slave
This folder contains the source files for the demonstration project on using REXYGEN on the Raspberry Pi minicomputer with the PiFace Digital extension board.
In this example the PiFace Digital is used as a Modbus TCP slave to allow integration in complex or hierarchical control systems.
- REXYGEN Runtime Core, RPiDrv and MbDrv modules must be installed and running on the Raspberry Pi.
Running the example
- The *exec.mdl file is the project main file.
- Open it with REXYGEN Studio, compile and download it to the target device.
Modbus TCP slave setup
In this example the Modbus slave has 8 output coils at addresses 0 to 7 and 8 input contacts at addresses 0 to 7.
The Modbus master can use the commands FC05 (write single coil) or FC15 (write multiple coils) to manipulate the outputs (coils) and FC02 (read discrete inputs) to read the inputs.
Adding signals and changing Modbus register mapping
Go to Modbus TCP Slave driver (MTS block) configuration and press "Configure" for Modbus registers configuration. Make sure to read the Modbus driver documentation (see below).
- Getting started with REXYGEN on Raspberry Pi
- RPiDrv - Raspberry Pi driver (including PiFace Digital, UniPi v1.1 Intellisys PIO)
- MbDrv - Modbus driver
- Function blocks of REXYGEN
- REXYGEN Studio User Guide
- Complete documentation of REXYGEN
- More info about the UniPi board can be found at unipi.technology.
- Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
- Visit the REXYGEN webpage for more information about the example projects and developing advanced automation and control solutions using REXYGEN.