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Modbus Addressing Versus SIXNET Addressing

Many SIXNET products can be configured to send and/or receive Modbus protocol. When configuring
a hardware device or HMI software to send Modbus commands to SIXNET hardware, specify the
appropriate "SIXNET as Modbus" data type number and starting Modbus address. Refer to the
"SIXNET as Modbus" columns in the chart below. When configuring a SIXNET programmable station
to send Modbus commands (using I/O Transfers) to a non-SIXNET device, you can specify a Modbus
data type number and an appropriate starting Modbus address that is anywhere within the "Maximum
Modbus Address Range". If a SIXNET programmable station will be sending Modbus commands to
another SIXNET station configured to respond to Modbus protocol, specify the appropriate "SIXNET
as Modbus" data type number and starting Modbus address. Refer to the "SIXNET as Modbus"
columns in the chart below.

Notes:
 A colon separator has been placed between the type number and the address for visual
purposes only. Do not include a colon when entering Modbus addresses.
 Each "Generic Modbus" address range shown is the maximum range of registers supported
by the protocol conversion software in the SIXNET station. SIXNET Ethernet and RS485 I/O
modules typically report only the I/O that they have.
 "SIXNET as Modbus" address ranges for Short Integer Ins / Outs, Long Integer Ins / Outs
(register pairs) and Floating Point Ins / Outs (register pairs) do not start at 0. This was done
intentionally so the address blocks wouldn’t collide with one another or with the Analog In and
Analog Out blocks.
 The "SIXNET as Modbus" address ranges can be changed in IPm-based controllers to
allocate more or fewer addresses as needed. The address ranges can be changed from
within the "Advanced" page of the IPm configuration windows in the SIXNET I/O Tool Kit.
Refer to the help for the SIXNET I/O Tool Kit for more information. These settings affect how
an IPm controller will respond to Modbus commands. The settings do not affect Modbus I/O
Transfer commands sent to Modbus-compatible devices.

"Generic Modbus" "SIXNET as Modbus"


Modbus Data Maximum Addressing Modbus Equivalent SIXNET
Type Number Type # and Address Range Address Range Addresses
1 (Discrete In) 1:0001 … 1:19999 1:0001 … 1:19999 DI:0 … DI:19998
0 (Discrete Out) 0:0001 … 0:19999 0:0001 … 0:19999 DO:0 … DO:19998
3 (Analog In) 3:0001 … 3:31999 3:0001 … 3:2999 AI:0 … AI:2998
3 (Short Integer In) 3:0001 … 3:31999 3:3001 … 3:4999 AI:0 … AI:1998
4 (Analog Out) 4:0001 … 4:31999 4:0001 … 4:2999 AO:0 … AO:2998
4 (Short Integer Out) 4:0001 … 4:31999 4:3001 … 4:4999 AO:0 … AO:1998

When Using Register Pairs (two 16 bit registers):


3 (Long Integer In) 3:0001 … 3:31999 3:5001 … 3:6999 LI:0 … LI:998
4 (Long Integer Out) 4:0001 … 4:31999 4:5001 … 4:6999 LO:0 … LO:998
3 (Floating Point In) 3:0001 … 3:31999 3:7001 … 3:9999 FI:0 … FI:1498
4 (Floating Point Out) 4:0001 … 4:31999 4:7001 … 4:9999 FO:0 … FO:1498
When Using Daniel Extensions (one 32 bit register):
3 (Long Integer In) DLI:0001 … DLI:31999 DLI:0001 … DLI:1999 LI:0 … LI:1998
4 (Long Integer Out) DLO:0001 … DLO:31999 DLO:0001 … DLO:1999 LO:0 … LO:1998
3 (Floating Point In) DFI:0001 … DFI:31999 DFI:0001 … DFI:2999 FI:0 … FI:2998
4 (Floating Point Out) DFO:0001 … DFO:31999 DFO:0001 … DFO:2999 FO:0 … FO:2998

Examples: Modbus data address 1:0001 equates to SIXNET discrete input 0.


Modbus data address 1:0006 equates to SIXNET discrete input 5.

Modbus data address 3:0001 equates to SIXNET analog input 0.


Modbus data address 3:0003 equates to SIXNET analog input 2.

Modbus data address 0:0001 equates to SIXNET discrete output 1.


Modbus data address 0:0006 equates to SIXNET discrete output 5.

Examples for floating point and long integer I/O are shown in the help topics for those I/O types.