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Modbus is a serial communication which enables communication among many devices connected to the same network. It is an open protocol, hence has become a standard communications protocol in industry. It is used widely by many vendors throughout many industries. Modbus protocol applies the master–slave principle even though the network communication method is peer–to–peer.
This course is designed to provide a complete outlook on ModBus protocol.
After completion of this course, students can improve their knowledge towards ModBus by knowing ModBus protocol, different modes of Modbus, ModBus TCP/IP protocol, ModBus TCP and packet sniffing.
WHO SHOULD COMPLETE THIS COURSE?
DIFFERENT MODES OF MODBUS
MODBUS OVER TCP/IP
MODBUS TCP AND PACKET SNIFFING
BE (Electrical and Electronic) Auckland University
Brian has 20 plus years of engineering experience. He thinks in systems and the connections between them as a result of his time as a Naval Weapons Electrical Engineering Officer.
As a design, commissioning and project engineer with Rio Tinto Alcan he oversaw the first application of devicenet in an aluminium smelting environment and assisted with piloting fully automated anode changing.
More recently he has been involved with collecting data from process using the OSISoft historian and using their toolset for analysis. His experience with networking goes back to becoming the accidental sysadmin for a Novell Netware system in the early 1990’s and has been a part of his roles ever since.
He is now ISA99 qualified and currently works for Griffith University as a Technical Lead (IT and Engineering) where he is assisting in collecting and analysing data in support of their sustainability initiatives.
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