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Old July 20th, 2021, 03:35 PM   #1
Baker in Virginia
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EvoLabels Labeler ( Flexwipe ) - Interfacing with ControlLogix

Good Afternoon ,

Thinking of replacing a Labeler with a brand , named EvoLabels ( Flexwipe ).
Sounds like their communication is using Modbus TCP . I know that ProSoft would be an option . Is there any other methods that you would recommend ?

From Evolabel's manual ......

"Evolabel printers provide a Modbus TCP interface which can be accessed on the standard Modbus TCP port 502. "

Thanks so much ,
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