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Modbus Map

  • Adding a Field

    ( Modbus Map )

    1. Open the Configuration 2. Click the ‘Fields’ configuration settings panel 3. Click the ‘Add Field’ button The Edit Field screen will be displayed: 4. Enter the fields as follows: Data Map Each field must be assigned to a data map holding … Continue reading 

  • Field Types

    ( Modbus Map )

    1. Edit the field 2. Click the ‘Edit’ button next to the ‘Field Type’ field (or select “Custom” from the ‘Field Type’ popup menu) to define a new field type This only needs to be done if the RTU has a field … Continue reading 

  • Units

    ( Modbus Map )

    1. Edit the field See the Adding a Field to a Configuration section for more details. 2. Select an existing unit or “Custom” from the ‘Units’ popup menu If it is an existing unit, skip to stage 5. If it is a custom … Continue reading 

  • Security Levels

    ( Modbus Map )

    1. Edit the field See the Adding a Field to a Configuration section for more details. 2. Select the required level of security from the ‘Security Level’ popup menu The security level can be either “None”, “Everyone”, “Operator”, “Technician” or “Administrator”. If the user … Continue reading 

  • Constant Tables

    ( Modbus Map )

    A constant table lets values be mapped to corresponding text strings, e.g. 1 = “START”, 2 = “STOP” etc. When a constant table has been defined for a field, Profile will automatically replace the numeric value with its text equivalent … Continue reading 

  • Formulas

    ( Modbus Map )

    Fields can have formulas associated with them to allow simple arithmetic functions to be applied before they are displayed or written to. 1. Edit the field See the Adding a Field to a Configuration section for more details. 2. Click the ‘Edit’ button next … Continue reading 

  • Unit Types

    ( Modbus Map )

    Unit types can be set up and then applied as a group to individual fields.  1. Open the configuration 2. Click on the ‘Units’ configuration settings panel 3. Click the ‘Add Unit’ button 4. Enter the details as follows: Unit Type Name The unit … Continue reading