Links

Everybody needs to have a links page, last updated in July 2012.

Get my source code from SourceForge.

I have also started a separate list of companies which have used this simulator.

Modbus links

Modbus docs

  • The Modbus document in pdf download this is an offsite link due to copyright.

Other modbus tools

  • A Wireshark log parser (Ethereal for the 'experienced' folks). Requires Ethereal, interprets all the modbus network packets.

Program Your Own

Tools/utility Links

    • Com0Com - Com port redirector to let you interconnect a 'virtual' com3-com4 without wires. In case anyone wonders, mod_rssim version 8.20 now fully supports com0com on 64-bit Windows 7 (Ultimate) without needing the port names renamed to "COMn"
    • Website checker - Xenu is free
  • TODO: Add other fave utilities here:

  • User Base

  • I've linked to people who use this simulator on my About page.

    Electronics links

    E-Shopping links (my faves with *), these are more relevant to my Hobby pursuit. Chosen for shortest delivery in England really..

    • BitsBox : My fave, a small catalog suppplier,cheap postage, immediate delivery
    • Oomlout : Great for Arduino bits
    • HobbyTronics Another small-catalog supplier - cheap and cheery
    • Rapid Online Good selection, huge catalog which also includes hardware and stationary
    • SK Pang : Decent catalog of development boards
    • Maplin Their catalog is a bit stale, but they have outlets all over the UK
    • Sparkfun : also for Arduino users, (in the USA supplier in uk someday)?
    • Coolcomponents Arduino and robotics parts
    • RSH Electronics Small catalog but with good prices and some bargains
    • Spiratronics : Another small-catalog, very cheap!
    • Quasar electronics They have kits
    • Farnell : Perhaps not that easy to use, they are good if you want to spend a lot more than just £40
    Online retailers that I've never used (either too expensive, far away, or no longer exist).
  • Forums & Ideas

  • Community Links

    Resources for Cottenham village.

      Books

       Recommendations for software engineers as relevant, a few of these I own and a few I've used.
       Currently Reading:

      Subpages (1): Community