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Python driver for Koyo Ethernet ClickPLCs.

Project description

clickplc

Python ≥3.5 driver and command-line tool for Koyo Ethernet ClickPLCs.

Installation

pip install clickplc

Usage

Command Line

$ clickplc the-plc-ip-address

This will print all the X, Y, DS, and DF registers to stdout as JSON. You can pipe this as needed. However, you'll likely want the python functionality below.

Python

This uses Python ≥3.5's async/await syntax to asynchronously communicate with a ClickPLC. For example:

import asyncio
from clickplc import ClickPLC

async def get():
    async with ClickPLC('the-plc-ip-address') as plc:
        print(await plc.get('df1-df500'))

asyncio.run(get())

The entire API is get and set, and takes a range of inputs:

>>> await plc.get('df1')
0.0
>>> await plc.get('df1-df20')
{'df1': 0.0, 'df2': 0.0, ..., 'df20': 0.0}
>>> await plc.get('y101-y316')
{'y101': False, 'y102': False, ..., 'y316': False}

>>> await plc.set('df1', 0.0)  # Sets DF1 to 0.0
>>> await plc.set('df1', [0.0, 0.0, 0.0])  # Sets DF1-DF3 to 0.0.
>>> await plc.set('y101', True)  # Sets Y101 to true

Currently, only X, Y, DS, and DF are supported. I personally haven't needed to use the other categories, but they are straightforward to add if needed.

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