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The playground is a publiclyeditable w iki about Arduino. ModbusMaster Library for Arduino Author: Manuals and Curriculum Installing Arduino on Linux Board Setup and Configuration Development Tools Arduino on other Atmel Chips Interfacing With Hardware Output Input User Interface Storage Communication Power supplies General Interfacing with Software User Code Library Snippets and Sketches Libraries Tutorials Suggestions & Bugs Electronics Technique Sources for Electronic Parts Related Hardware and Initiatives Arduino People/Groups & Sites Exhibition Project Ideas Languages Arduinos prior to the Mega have one serial port which must be connected to USB (FTDI) for uploading sketches and to the RS232/485 device/network for running sketches. You will need to disconnect pin 0 (RX) while uploading sketches. After a successful upload, you can reconnect pin 0. 0x03 - Read Holding Registers 0x04 - Read Input Registers 0x06 - Write Single Register 0x10 - Write Multiple Registers 0x16 - Mask Write Register 0x17 - Read Write Multiple Registers This is an Arduino library for communicating with Modbus slaves over RS232/485 (via RTU protocol). Updated to support Arduino 1.0. Doc Walker Contact: 4-20ma at wvfans dot net


The following Modbus functions have been implemented: 0x01 - Read Coils 0x02 - Read Discrete Inputs 0x05 - Write Single Coil 0x0F - Write Multiple Coils

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This library has been tested with an Arduino Duemilanove, PHOENIX CONTACT nanoLine controller, connected via RS485 using a Maxim MAX488EPA transceiver.

The latest version can be downloaded from Github. Arduino 17 (or later) Determine the location of your sketchbook by selecting File > Preferences from within the Arduino IDE. If you don't already have a libraries folder within your sketchbook, create one and unzip the archive there. See this for more information. Arduino 16 (or earlier) Download the zip file, extract and copy the ModbusMaster folder to ARDUINO_HOME/hardware/libraries. If you are upgrading from a previous version, be sure to delete ModbusMaster.o.

Please report any bugs on the Issue Tracker.

I can be contacted at 4-20ma at wvfans dot net.

The library contains a few sketches that demonstrate use of the ModbusMaster library. You can find these in the examples folder.
/* Basic.pde - example using ModbusMaster library This file is part of ModbusMaster. ModbusMaster is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. ModbusMaster is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. GNU General Public License for more details. See the

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You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with ModbusMaster. Written by Doc Walker (Rx) Copyright 2009-2012 Doc Walker <4-20ma at wvfans dot net> */ #include <ModbusMaster.h> // instantiate ModbusMaster object as slave ID 2 // defaults to serial port 0 since no port was specified ModbusMaster node(2); If not, see <>.

void setup() { // initialize Modbus communication baud rate node.begin(19200); }

void loop() { static uint32_t i; uint8_t j, result; uint16_t data[6]; i++; // set word 0 of TX to least-significant word of counter (bits 15..0) node.TX(0, lowWord(i)); // set word 1 of TX to most-significant word of counter (bits 31..16) node.TX(1, highWord(i)); // slave 1: write TX to (2) 16-bit registers starting at register 0 result = node.WriteMultipleRegisters(0, 2); // slave 1: read (6) 16-bit registers starting at register 2 to RX result = node.ReadHoldingRegisters(2, 6); // do something with data if read is successful if (result == node.ku8MBSuccess) { for (j = 0; j < 6; j++) { data[j] = node.RX(j); } } }

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