Using Modbus Constructor you can quickly create a data management model for any of your Modbus devices. Unlike other available solutions on the market which provide displaying data as columns of abstract numbers of the same type, Modbus Constructor represents each data element exactly as you need. You may define type, format or scale independently. This makes them easy to read and analyze.
In Modbus Constructor you can work with integer, long, float, double, or byte data types. Integer types may be represented as signed, unsigned, HEX or binary. The same register can be represented in various ways. For example, if there are two adjacent registers that contain long numbers, each of these registers can be given additional data fields in which their content will be represented as HEX or unsigned integer.
Data fields corresponding to your data elements (registers or discreet elements) can be arranged to your liking inside the project form window. You can specify size, color, font and caption for each field.
The discreet elements occupying a continuous addresses domain can share the same field, which makes them easier to read and saves time.
In Modbus Constructor you can setup any register data field to perform a linear transformation to convert the internal units into units of any system. For example, if a register contains pressure in mA, i.e. the device receives data from a pressure detector equipped with a current output, the resulting value can be converted to kgf/cm2 or lb/in2.
Modbus Constructor supports automatic requests for all supported functions (01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 15, 16, 22, 23) with individual periods for each one.
You can setup requests to be executed via menus or dialogs. This is a convenient way of setting up control commands, changing parameters and test requests. Any project may be used for querying a device in a Master mode or simulating it in a Slave mode. For the Slave mode you may additionally include a data modification procedure operating a