Modbus is a data communications protocol originally developed in 1979 for use with programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Modbus has become a standard communication protocol and is now a commonly available means of connecting industrial electronic devices. This document outlines how to configure an Aspect “Map” Project for serial or IP MODBUS communications.
Cylon controllers have advanced capabilities to allow BACnet supervisors to actively manage priority array data. The following three features are useful to the BACnet supervisor and include auto clearing priority array data, manually clearing the entire priority array, and saving priority array data. They must be configured for this sort of application and the tradeoffs […]
A subnet is a logical division of a network – that is while it might be physically connected to other subnets, communications traffic from one subnet can be kept separate from comms origination on other subnets.
Changing the Aspect Revisions require that both the Target and the Project be upgraded. This document shows the steps required for a successful upgrade process.