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Old May 23rd, 2017, 10:43 AM   #1
bob.southall
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Somachine basic modbus TCP help

Hi all

I tried to piggyback onto the back of an old thread, but I think I need to ask for help on here.

I am trying to get two M221 plcs to communicate via modbus.

Now I cant use serial (which I can get to work on the bench), because the distance is too far >15M

So I am left with TCP. Which I cant for the life of me figure out.

Any help or guidance appreciated.
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