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Modbus Poll

If you are looking for Modbus Poll, you have come to the right place. We explain what Modbus Poll is and point you to the official download.

What is Modbus Poll?

The Modbus Poll software is used to simulate the Modbus protocol, a task that is typically run in order to test Modbus slave devices that are still in development. The program can simulate several variants of the protocol, including the ASCII variant, the RTU variant, the RTU over TCP/IP variant, the UDP/IP variant, and more.

The program allows users to read and write as many as 125 registers and also has a maximum of 2000 inputs/coils. It gives users access to OLE automation technology, along with a convenient test center for composing unique test strings. It allows users to print as well as see print previews of their data. It provides user oversight for serial data traffic and has the ability to log data to a text file as well as Excel, without a necessity for intervening applications. It has multiple display formats as well as an address base that can be adjusted. Fonts and colors can be defined by the user. It also has broadcast abilities.

The Modbus Poll software can only be used with Windows operating systems. It has been confirmed compatible with Windows 7 and 8.

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File types supported by Modbus Poll

Our users primarily use Modbus Poll to open these file types:

About file types supported by Modbus Poll

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Last updated: : December 14, 2014