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i want to connect with PLC KGL K120S to make a HMI.

Modbus Protocol Communication is available

HOW? 

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Accepted by topic author Hamoda.adel.924@gamil.com
12-07-2018 05:33 AM

Re: Read and Write to PLC KGL K120S

Hello!

There's a few different options for Modbus communication with LabVIEW. The options supported by National Instruments are covered here: 
Introduction to Modbus using LabVIEW:: http://www.ni.com/white-paper/7675/en/

These are your best option for good documentation and examples on how to use the examples. However, if you don't have the LabVIEW add-ons to use one of the above options, there's an API here, but it is not supported by National Instruments, and you will need to rely on the Industrial Communications forums for assistance.
LabVIEW Modbus API:: https://forums.ni.com/t5/Reference-Design-Content/LabVIEW-Modbus-API/ta-p/3524019

 

 

Overall, you'll probably get better assistance deciding what's best for you application and how to accomplish this by posting your questions to the Industrial Communications forum instead of the LabVIEW forums. 

 

Industrial Communications:: https://forums.ni.com/t5/Industrial-Communications/bd-p/260

 

Hope that gives you an idea of where to start!

R Dahlman

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Re: Read and Write to PLC KGL K120S

Thank U Too much 


@DahlmanR wrote:

Hello!

There's a few different options for Modbus communication with LabVIEW. The options supported by National Instruments are covered here: 
Introduction to Modbus using LabVIEW:: http://www.ni.com/white-paper/7675/en/

These are your best option for good documentation and examples on how to use the examples. However, if you don't have the LabVIEW add-ons to use one of the above options, there's an API here, but it is not supported by National Instruments, and you will need to rely on the Industrial Communications forums for assistance.
LabVIEW Modbus API:: https://forums.ni.com/t5/Reference-Design-Content/LabVIEW-Modbus-API/ta-p/3524019

 

 

Overall, you'll probably get better assistance deciding what's best for you application and how to accomplish this by posting your questions to the Industrial Communications forum instead of the LabVIEW forums. 

 

Industrial Communications:: https://forums.ni.com/t5/Industrial-Communications/bd-p/260

 

Hope that gives you an idea of where to start!

R Dahlman


 

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