PowerQUICC II™ Pro Modbus TCP Server
The Fastest Way to Modbus TCP Enable Your MPC8360E Factory Floor Product
Modbus TCP is an Ethernet implementation of the widely supported, widely used Modbus RTU protocol. Modbus RTU is the easy-to-implement Master/Slave communications protocol built by Modicon in the late 1970s. Modbus RTU achieved incredible penetration to many markets and applications because of its sheer simplicity. With a very small command set, easy to understand network representation and simple Request/Response message structure it became the defacto leader for communications between industrial devices. The biggest advantage for vendors implementing Modbus RTU is that is required no additional hardware other than a serial channel and a RS485 driver chip. Adding Modbus RTU could be accomplished with little expense but end users suffered with very low throughput, troubleshooting and sometimes non-standard driver chip implementations.
Freescale SemiconductorModbus TCP corrects those problems. Building on the simplicity of Modbus RTU and the desire for many customers to use Ethernet, Modbus TCP was created. Modbus TCP uses the identical command set, addressing modes and network representation as Modbus RTU. Effectively the same message that is transferred over RS485 using Modbus RTU is sent over a TCP/IP connection using Modbus TCP. Only the error checking bytes are eliminated as they are provided at the physical Ethernet layer. Using the identical message structure and network representation enabled many uses to move their RTU applications to Ethernet.
You can now add Modbus TCP Client communications to your product quickly and easily with the Modbus TCP Client and Client development kits from Real Time Automation, Inc.. Developed specifically for industrial platforms and fully integrated with any number of RTOS systems and TCP/IP stacks, you can have Modbus TCP Client communications in days not weeks, months or years. The development kit includes everything you need to implement your Modbus TCP networking solution; “no royalty,” single task source code, sample objects, PC Tools, a ready-to-run sample application, complete documentation and much more.
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- Fully Compatible with all MPC8360E Family Processors
- Fully Compatible with Linux (Greenhills under development)
- Easy-to-use Single Task Implementation
- 100% “C” based source code
- Fully Compatible with Rockwell ControlLogix EtherNet/IP Communications Module
- “No nonsense” Single Product Line licensing with no royalties
- Easily Extensible, Table-driven object model structure
- Guaranteed to Pass ODVA Conformance Testing
- Ready-to-run, sample application that can be immediately compiled, downloaded and executed
- Use Any MPC8360E Family Processor for your Modbus TCP application
- Support Modbus TCP on any MPC8360E supported Berkley sockets-based TCP/IP stack
- Quickly and Easily Implemented
- You Can Seamlessly Integrate Into Large Base of Modbus TCP Systems
- No Hassle From Burdensome Licensing Requirements
- You Can Quickly Create Your Application From the Sample Application
- No Risk Development – Guaranteed to Pass Modbus IDA Conformance Testing
- You Can Get Started Immediately by Running The Sample Application