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  1. I have been successful in communication with a Delta PLC using Modbus library support & even built some projects using this method of communication with more than one PLC. What I want to be able to do is to use the 'Modbus I/O Server' to set up the elements in my project & not have to use the Modbus function or code fragment that I have used before. Please also clarify the following. 1. The thing should work with just the Modbus I/O server & a VI 2. It should also work with DSC I am having major problems regarding both these areas. While there is a lot of stuff out there & some 'very high level' opinions on what to do, it leaves me none the wiser about how simply go along & get a simple data exchange from a PLC using ethernet modbus & set up an alarm function to it with the DSC module. I have used LV to develop a project with many I/O's & a lot of simulation. Understand most of the structures & tricks about getting data around
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