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ESP8266-12E + Modbus TCP/IP + CODESYS (Raspberry pi 3)

PostPosted: Tue Aug 20, 2019 7:09 pm
by Felipe de Almeida
Hello everyone!

I came post this topic to share my undergraduate thesis, I'm about to deliver the project later this year 2019, I would like to take some questions with you.

The project consists of collecting data via physical sensor (soil moisture) connected to the analog port ESP8266-12E. The same ESP8266-12E (Modbus Master) Card will send data via Modbus TCP / IP Protocol from master to client. My client will be the Raspberry pi 3 card, which in turn contains the CODESYS (Modbus Client) software installed and running internally, which will receive the data collected by ESP.

I am using Arduino IDE to program ESP, the installed libraries were:

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I performed the Holding Registers tests according to the code below:

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/ *
Modbus-Arduino Example - Test Holding Register (Modbus IP ESP8266)
Set Holding Register (offset 100) with initial value 0xABCD
You can get or set this holding register
Copyright by André Sarmento Barbosa
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#include <ESP8266WiFi.h>
#include <Modbus.h>
#include <ModbusIP_ESP8266.h>

// Modbus Registers Offsets (0-9999)
const int TEST_HREG = 100;

// ModbusIP object
ModbusIP mb;

void setup () {
Serial.begin (115200);

mb.config ("WirelessName", "password");

while (WiFi.status ()! = WL_CONNECTED) {
delay (500);
Serial.print (".");

Serial.println ("");
Serial.println ("WiFi connected");
Serial.println ("IP address:");
Serial.println (WiFi.localIP ());

mb.addHreg (TEST_HREG, 0xABCD);

void loop () {
// Call once inside loop () - all magic here
mb.task ();


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So far I was successful, I performed the simple test and checked the value 0xABCD in the Modbus simulator, but when connecting with my Modbus CODESYS Client, I noticed that the connection was intermittent.

Has anyone here in the community ever had this problem, or have a similar project? Could you give me a hand?

Thank you very much in advance!

I will be available for any information you may need to resolve this case together. ;) ;) ;)