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  • Ridgeline Mach
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    NO, because I'd rather have the information appear implicitly, rather than having to program MODBUS reads and writes.

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  • Adisharr
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    Have you considered using Modbus TCP/IP instead? The robots support that as well as Ethernet/IP and Profinet. You can also send commands over sockets possibly. In my experience, if you're using Modbus, the robot works best as a client.

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  • P2K program, for communication between it and a Universal Robots UR*

    The Universal Robot has integer I/O, limited to 8-bit. Output 0 of the robot starts at UR1_Input(289), while Input 0 starts at UR1_Output(33).

    Edit: just noticed I have the I/P Client set to multicast, when it should be unicast. Be sure to change that. Oops!
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