[Nut-upsuser] NUT supporting Modbus TCP
Sergei O. Naumov
vomus at rambler.ru
Thu Jun 29 16:03:46 UTC 2017
Yeah, I have its datasheet (it's a Xantrex XW invertor by the way). I do not know why creating a more-or-less generic driver is an issue. Of course, there are Modbus beasts that can scare everyone but mostly one would need to read either intreger or float numbers out of Modbus registers in order to decide whether or not to start or stop the shutdown process.
24 июня 2017 г. 19:25:14 GMT+03:00, Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com> пишет:
>On Jun 24, 2017, at 10:57 AM, Sergei Naumov wrote:
>> I was wonering if there is a driver that supports communicating with
>a Modbus aware device over IP. I have a solar/wind invertor that can
>broadcast its state and I would like to monitor the batteries. If they
>discarge to a certain voltage or come to a defined state, I would
>perform a shutdown. All of this information id provided in Modbus
>holding registers. This could of course be done placing a
>Modbus-to-SNMP gateway but they seem to be somewhat pricey.
>There is a GitHub issue tracking the general idea of a NUT MODBUS
>The skeleton code on the referenced branch uses libmodbus, which as I
>understand, can communicate over TCP.
>However, since you have a specific device in mind, you might be better
>served by creating a new driver based on the phoenixcontact_modbus
>driver (which also uses libmodbus):
>Do you have a datasheet or protocol document for this device?
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