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by anonymous
Hi!

I have a RUT956 setup and working properly, it is reading a Modbus slave unit over TCP, using Data to Server to the local MQTT broker.

However, fiddling with the Modbus Master settings, i discovered, reading a register e.g. "117" with supposed function call "Read holding registers (3)", I have to set the selection to "Read input registers (4)" to get the value. Then, when sending the data with Data to Server, I use the "Full MODBUS register address - %z" format for the JSON - right - and then, I'm picking up 300117 as the address.

I'm a bit confused! Is there a offset-thing +1 in the Modbus Master settings for modbus remote commands?

Cheers! /Björn

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by anonymous

Hello,

Your issue seems to be slave device related.

I have tested MODBUS Master with a slave simulator on several firmware versions, including the latest RUT9M_R_00.07.03, but did not replicate your scenario, without specifically placing value in register 300117.

Best regards,

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by anonymous

Hi, thanks!

No, it's not slave device related (a standard Siemens Climatix air handling unit).

I now found the issue, it's me-related - how Modbus standard differs on "function code" and "register addresses".
I had to educate myself Googling and reading a lot of material.

Register Read Command Address %z
Coils 01 0x0000--0x9999
Discrete Input 02 1x0000--1x9999
Input Register 04 3x0000--3x9999
Holding Register 03 4x0000--4x9999

I mixed up "function (3)" with address 3x and "function (4)" with address 4x.

So it works correct, if you know what you are doing :-)

Cheers!
/Björn