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Modbus/TCP to websocket router.

Project description

Modbus2Websocket

Modbus2Websocket (further, M2W) is an python-based application that routes data between Modbus TCP protocol and Websockets.

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Purpose

The main goal of M2W router is to deliver data between industrial system and web application. Modbus TCP - industrial protocol, used to exchange information between industrial devices and HMIs. Usually, to visualize data engineers have to use heavy and expensive SCADA or HMI. On other hand web technologies provide easy and powerful tools for data visualization in your own web browser, without any thick client. That is why M2W was created in first place - to make simple webHMI server that works with Industrial systems.

Components

  • async Modbus TCP server async_modbus_server.py
  • async Modbus TCP client async_modbus_client.py
  • async Websocket server async_websocket_server.py
  • Router router.py

What it supports

  • Reading Input Registers, Digital Inputs, Coils and Holding Registers$
  • Sending to the websocket client.

Future development:

  • [x] Async Modbus Server
  • [x] Async Modbus Client
  • [x] Async Websocket Server
  • [x] Router
  • [x] Html example page
  • [ ] Database connection

Installation steps

Installation

Module installation

Modbus2websocket library installs with pip:

pip install modbus2websocket

Details

Before creating you application you have to specify following:

  • Websocket server IP, for example, 192.168.220.10
  • Websocket port, by default, it is 8888
  • Modbus/TCP server's IP, for example, 192.168.220.5

Modbus server

If you don't have running Modbus/TCP server, you can use server simulator.

Creating app

Class Router will manage data between Modbus/TCP and websockets client, that runs in your browser

from modbus2websocket.router import Router

Router has two public methods:

  • Router.add_modbus_reg() - that adds registers you want to read
  • Router.run() - that runs router.

You should add registers that you want to read, as a list of dictionaries. Structure of single registers looks like that:

Input_register_1 = {'ir':
    {
        'adr': 0,
        'num': 1,
        'name': 'Input Register 1',
        },
    },

Where:

  • ir - registers type. (see Modbus details).
  • adr - regsiter's address. It starts from 0 to 65535.
  • num - number of registers to read. It is limited between 1 to 2000.
  • name - unique name for your register.

Example

from modbus2websocket.router import Router


if __name__ == '__main__':
    ws_ip = '192.168.220.10'         # websocket ip address
    ws_port = 8888              # websocket port
    modbus_ip = '192.168.220.5'     # Modbus ip address
    router = Router(ws_ip, ws_port, modbus_ip)
    # Modbus registers to read
    regs = [
        {'ir':
            {
                'adr': 0,
                'num': 1,
                'name': 'Reg1',
            },
         },
        {'hr':
            {
                'adr': 1,
                'num': 1,
                'name': 'Reg2',
            },
         },
        {'ir':
            {
                'adr': 2,
                'num': 1,
                'name': 'Reg3',
            },
         },
    ]
    router.add_modbus_reg(regs)
    router.run()

Modbus details

Registers type Short name Description
Digital Input DI Read only, bool, 1-bit
Input Register IR Read only, float/int, 16-bit
Coil C Read/write, bool, 1-bit
Holding register HR Read/write, float/int, 16-bit

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