What is Modbus/TCP?

Modbus/TCP is a communication protocol which is a variant of the Modbus family. It is based on a client-server architecture and intended for use in industrial automation especially with PLCs or IO modules. Modbus/TCP is defined in IEC 61158.

Connect Modbus/TCP with Cybus

Cybus Connectware implements the full Modbus TCP protocol stack and can also be easily applied to Modbus RTU. Reading and Writing Data from Modbus devices can be achieved. Data from Modbus Devices can be made available via MQTT/JSON or OPC UA Server and forwarded to SCADA Systems, Databases or IoT Platforms like Azure or AWS.

Application examples for Modbus TCP and its use cases

Application examples

Use Cases with Modbus/TCP

  • Energy Monitoring
  • Dashboards
  • Machine Learning
  • Process and Machine Condition Monitoring
  • Process and Machine Control
  • Machine Parametrization
  • Retrofitting
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