5500Nac Modbus Profile

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    Challowpark

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    Good Day
    I have recently added a 5500nac to my setup , mostly this has been good .
    I would like very much to be able to turn on and off some Modbus relays that I have , they are yotta control A1869 Modbus TCP devices
    has anyone written a profile for something similar or ever just used the Lua script to control a Modbus TCP relay ?

    any help would be much appreciated
    all best
    will
     
    Challowpark, Dec 14, 2020
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    Peter_L

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    {
    "manufacturer": "Adam",
    "description": "4051 16-channel Isolated Digital Input Module",
    "mapping": [
    { "name": "CH00-DI Input Signal", "bus_datatype": "bool", "datatype": "bool", "type": "coil", address": 0},
    { "name": "CH01-DO Output", "bus_datatype": "bool", "datatype": "bool", "type": "coil", "writeable": true, "address": 3}
    ]​
    }

    where:
    -- bus_datatype = what object type it can be mapped to
    Bool, Unsigned integer(32bit), Signed integer(32bit), Floating point(32bit),​

    -- type = Modbus type
    coil (1 bit, Read/ Write), discrete input (1 bit, Read Only) Input Register (16 bits, Read Only), Holding Register (16 bits, Read / Write)
    -- address is the modbus register​
     
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    Challowpark

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    thanks msn most helpful
     
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