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  1. Hi, How i can to send the data through modbus TCP/IP (behavior of a PLC) and receive the data in other client computer with ( station , I/O ADRESSE) can you send me an example for this operation please. Thank you for your help.
  2. I have a Thermotron test chamber with an 8200 controller to which I'd like for LabVIEW to talk. Basically, I only just need for LabVIEW to know the current set point of the Thermotron for whatever internal program it might be currently running. Only just that. Just so LabVIEW knows what it's trying to do at any particular moment. So LabVIEW can ask and get an answer. Our 8200 controller has TCP/IP and GPIB. But I've never yet done ought with either of those, only just RS-485 up until now. So I'm not sure just where to start. Anyone out there have helpful clues?
  3. Hello I have developed a stand alone application of NI myRIO for making measurements and the communication is with my PC via TCP Connection using the USB cable. I am using a python script for the communication. My application works fine and makes all the measurements i ask for. I wanted the myRIO to detect a close in TCP connection as my measurements take time and the myRIO does not realize when the connection is closed. Does anyone know how I could check for active TCP connection once the TCP connection has been established? Thank you Regards Shravan
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