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Will this modbus device work with Mach3
« on: January 10, 2007, 11:05:04 PM »
This looks like a very versatile  I/O unit for less than an arm and three fingers. Is there any hope that it will work with just some VB scripting? My dual pci lpt port card arrives tomorrow should I just chuck it out for this.

- Ideal for apps requiring large number of I/O ports.
- Ideal for apps requiring RTC (Real Time Clock) and data memory back-up during power-down.Ideal for apps requiring large data memory. (e.g. Modbus RTU Master mode)
- Ideal for small to mass production (1 to 1000+), Embeddable in customized PCB
- MODBUS ASCII (Master & Slave Mode) Support
- MODBUS RTU (Master & Slave Mode) Support
- External Peripherals CuNET (I2C) included.
- External Peripherals SPI included.
- Develop using CublocStudio in BASIC and/or Ladder Logic Language.

 Atmega128 @ 18.432Mhz
Program Memory   (Flash)
Data Memory   (RAM)
 24KB(BASIC) + 4KB(Ladder Logic)
Program Speed
General Purpose I/O
 91 I/O lines (5V TTL) (33 input only + 32 output only + 26 input/output configurable)
Serial Ports for Communication
 - 2 High-speed hardware-independent serial ports
- Configurable Baud rates: 2400bps to 230,400 bps
Analog Inputs
 8 channel 10-bit ADCs
Analog Outputs
 - 6 Channel 16-bit PWMs (DACs)
- Configurable Frequency: 35hz to 1.5Mhz
External Interrupts
 4 Channels
High Speed Counters
 2 Channel 16-bit Counters (up to 2Mhz)
 5V, 70mA (ports unloaded)
(Real Time Clock)
 - 1 User Configurable Timer
- Configurable Interval Units = 10ms
Data Memory Back-up
 Yes, a rechargable Super-Capacitor or Battery may be connected. (The *CB290 Proto-Board and **CuBASE64M comes with Super-Capacitor included on-board)
Operating Temperature
 -40 °C to 120 °C
 108-pin Module
 2.4"L x 1.9"W x 0.5"H (59.4 x 47.8 x 13 mm)
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Re: Will this modbus device work with Mach3
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2007, 10:59:49 AM »
Fixing problems one post at a time ;)