Modbus Slave is a useful tool for simulating up to 32 slave devices in 32 windows
|Updated||November 20 2019|
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|Crack Size||968 KB|
Modbus Slave is a useful tool for simulating up to 32 slave devices in 32 windows! Speed up your PLC programming with this simulating tools. Start programming and test before you receive your slave device from supplier. Data contained with any open document is accessible to the master application. Same user interface as Modbus Poll. Support function 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 15, 16, 22 and 23.
Monitoring of serial traffic. OLE Automation for interfacing with Visual Basic, Excel etc. To interpret and show the Modbus data according to your specific requirements. E.g. edit edit your slave data in Excel. Try the Excel example.xls included with the program.
Each window opened within Modbus Slave may be configured to represent data from the same or different slave node.
Here are some key features of "Modbus Slave":
￭ OLE Automation means easy interface to Excel
￭ RTU Mode
￭ ASCII Mode
￭ Modbus TCP/IP
￭ Print and print preview
￭ Monitoring of serial data traffic
￭ Context sensitive help
￭ 10 Display formats such as float, double etc.
￭ Adjustable Address Base (0 or 1).
￭ Font and color selection.
￭ Broadcast (slave ID 0).
￭ Easy control of RS-485 converters with RTS toggle.
￭ 30 days trial
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