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I've read register 193 (Mobile data received this month (SIM1)) with a python modbus client.

The result was an array of 2 16 bit values (0:773, 1:35134).

Now I'm struggeling in how to interpret those values? What is the byte order of the read response? What is the scaling of the mobile data (bytes, KB, MB, ...)?

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by anonymous
Hello,

The data is in Bytes.

The data used is saved in 2 16 registers, so both of them are needed to know the data sent. Basicaly you need to write the HEX values of both register in a single line and then convert it to int to know the number of bytes send and received
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