AUTOSOL’s Modbus Slave software works to make sure your devices are working compatibly in today’s ever-developing world of Modbus. Modbus Slave offers its users the ability to configure their newer PLC/RTU devices to link to their legacy HMIs specific modbus needs, including the Enron register set. High performance communication software should be versatile, allowing legacy equipment and new monitoring equipment to work in tandem to serve your business and to retrieve your most important remote field data.
This particular Modbus protocol, Enron, uses the memory layout of the original Enron flow computers. Thanks to Modbus Slave’s versatility, you can design it to use the memory layout of Enron to match your HMI needs. Register Sets in AUTOSOL’s Modbus Slave software — such as Enron – can be added and configured from the Register Records window by taking advantage of other options. Users can select Auto Fill to pick between regularly used register sets and populate the current register record with the same data.
Modbus Slave also offers Message Format Flexibility for its users to select between binary, ASCII or RTU formats.Customers with an existing HMI — which is limited to handling Modbus protocol, sometimes switch their devices to other devices that speak Modbus, which can be a costly answer to their issue. Users may also use a physical Modbus slave, a device which translates a specific protocol into Modbus at a specific PLC or RTU – which is an alternative, but a costly option as one device is required per site. With AUTOSOL’s Modbus Slave software, users will have a global capability on the translator object, opening doors for optimal connection and versatility.
The Modbus Slave software’s SCADA abilities include Microsoft Access Database Configuration and Server Status Check and Automatic Reconnect. Contact AUTOSOL to setup a time to speak to one of our SCADA software experts and setup a demo of our Modbus Slave. AUTOSOL software developers can handle just about any version of Modbus.