|License||GPL v3 (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html)|
|Author||Anurag Chugh email@example.com|
|All Versions||1.2.0, 1.1.0|
Modbus Master Library for Particle Photon
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##Overview## This is an Arduino class library for communicating with Modbus slaves over RS232/485 (via RTU protocol). Updated to support Arduino 1.0.
##Features## The following Modbus functions have been implemented:
- 0x01 - Read Coils
- 0x02 - Read Discrete Inputs
- 0x05 - Write Single Coil
- 0x0F - Write Multiple Coils
- 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
##Uploading Sketches## 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.
- 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.
##Support## Please report any bugs on the Issue Tracker.
##Questions/Feedback## I can be contacted at 4-20ma at wvfans dot net.
##Example## The library contains a few sketches that demonstrate use of the ModbusMaster library. You can find these in the examples folder.
##Acknowledgements## Project inspired by Arduino Modbus Master.
##Port to Spark Core## Adapted for Spark Core by Paul Kourany, March 14, 2014
##Port to Particle Photon## Further modifications and port to Particle Photon by Anurag Chugh, July 5, 2016 Changes:
- Replaced spaces with tabs for indentation
- If the initial bytes received in response to a transmitted frame are "zeros", keep discarding untl a non-zero byte is received
- Assign an use a TX_Enable pin to switch RS485 driver from receiving to transmitting.
- If debug is enabled, print TX and RX frames on Serial. Beware, enabling this messes up the timings for RS485 Transactions, causing them to fail.
- Empty the receive before beginning Modbus transaction by repeatedly calling read() until available() returns 0.