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Thread: Modbus and IEC-101 Protocols with Process Gateway

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    Default Modbus and IEC-101 Protocols with Process Gateway

    Hello,

    I use 7.60 version of Zenon Energy. I would like to configure IEC-101 and Modbus protocols as slave in Process Gateway. Is it possible and how i can achive this?

    I will looking forward your answers.

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    Default Re: Modbus and IEC-101 Protocols with Process Gateway

    Make sure that you have the zenon Help - it can help  


    from zenon Help: Manual > Process Gateway > General

    Several Process Gateways can be started on one computer.
    You can find further information on this in the Start chapter.


    my personally favorite method is to start via zenon function executed in AUTOSTART script; in Help: Manual > Process Gateway > Start > Start via zenon function

    The Process Gateway can - like any other Windows application - be started with the Start program function.
    [..]
    a.Click on the button ...
    The file selection dialog is opened.
    b.Go to the zenon Installation directory:
    Program Files (x86) - 64-bit operating system
    Program Files - 32-bit operating system
    c.Select the file zenProcGateway.exe
    [..]
    Configure the parameters that are transferred when the function is executed.

    example for Parameter: /ini:zenPG_IEC870_BUFFER.INI
    example from my file system:

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