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I know I can make these both function write in the CIO area, but that’s not possible in my case.

At first I thought that I’ve found a bug, until I came across a description on the page of above-mentioned manual, i. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Edited 25 Feb by Eradicated. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.

Posted 6 Mar Though, according to the manual WE, page when it comes to write multiple coils Modbus function the area is fixed i.

Go to IO Table and Unit Setup – open the serial card – select which areas you wish to use for cils area, input registers and holding registers – you can define them to wherever you wish. Allocated memory is in the CIO Area fixed. Posted 25 Feb edited. Go To Topic Listing Omron.


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So now I cj1w-dcu41-v1 like to ask someone who cj1-scu41-v1 to deal with this issue in the past: But is there any way to detect this 3. Started by Eradicated25 Feb Posted 7 Mar edited.

It seems to me that someone at Omron didn’t have the time to do the work the way it should be done. That’s a little bit of nonsense to me, what is the point in it?

No need – you have to define your work areas for Modbus slave in the card setup and it works easily. So this is doable.

I would be grateful for any advice. I am asking, as even the Modbus Slave protocol macro waits for defined number of characters and not relies on this delay time. Does anyone have an idea? I cannot understand why you do not want to use CIO – it is a huge mud map and I would be surprised if you ever use it up. Dj1w-scu41-v1 define time value in [ms] for the same purpose to check if transmission is over.

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Sign In Sign Up. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. And that would be enough if I wouldn’t have to use 0x0F write multiple coils function. And since I cannot use CIO area for the coils and have to use write multiple coils during communication, I have to implement my own protocol. That’s great, as due to some limitations I have to use Work area in this case and that’s how the comm port has been setup.


Yet I have encountered another problem.

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That’s right, I can select the work area for the Modbus coils area: However this would require the master to query cj1w-scu411-v1 slave with certain time delays e. Now I would like to focus on coils in Modbus, as I’ve encountered a little problem here. Sign in Already have an account?

So even though I have selected the W area for the coils, this function will always write to CIO area. In general I could continuously check the receive buffer every cycle and verify if it doesn’t change in consecutive cycles and on that basis decide whether a transmission is over. Posted 8 Mar Does anyone have an idea how to manage 3. Posted 7 Mar Sign up for a new account in our community. Register a new account.

Since I haven’t found workaround for the problem it seems that it is impossible to define memory area for 0x0F function. Edited 7 Mar by Eradicated.