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How to View Modbus RS485 Data on the Web using Arduino & IoT

Posted By: ELK1nG
How to View Modbus RS485 Data on the Web using Arduino & IoT

How to View Modbus RS485 Data on the Web using Arduino & IoT
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.40 GB | Duration: 2h 19m

Learn how to program an Arduino to read Modbus data and display it on a SmartPhone App and the Web using IoT Technology

What you'll learn
Understand the Arduino Mega, Max485 module and ESP8266 Wifi module from a Hardware persepctive
Connect a Max485 module to an Anduino Mega
Connect an ESP8266 Wifi module to an Arduino Mega
Use the Arduino IDE to develop applications for the Arduino Mega
Write an Arduino Sketch application to connect to a Wifi Network
Write an Arduino Sketch application to implement a Modbus Master
Download and configure the Blynk smartphone app to display Modbus IoT data
Configure Thingspeak IoT service to display Modbus IoT Data
Basic working knowledge of the Modbus RTU protocol.
Familiarity with the installation of software applications on the Windows OS platform
Elementary understanding of the "C" programming language
Basic understanding of elementary electronics
If you work in the Automation Industry, you will know that automation equipment is very expensive. And many a time, especially for small applications, you simply cannot justify the use of very expensive equipment.

This is where the Arduino comes in!

The Arduino development board allows you to create very simple, but very powerful, Modbus master or slave devices through the use of relatively simple "C" programming. With the Arduino, you have full custom control over the program design allowing you to create very lean and very efficient devices for very specific purposes.

Put simply, mastering Modbus on the Arduino is going to take your skill level and value in the Automation Industry to a whole new level.

That is what this course is going to do. At the end of the course, you will know how to

1. Choose the appropriate Arduino hardware.

2. Interconnect Arduino hardware with other add-on hardware.

3. Write "C" applications to implement Modbus master and slave functionality.

4. Use software and hardware to test each application that you write.

All of the programs written in the course are freely downloadable and give you a perfect starting point for further development. At the end of the course, you will have the knowledge to create your own products, your own custom Modbus master and slave hardware.
Looking forward to seeing you on the inside!

Who this course is for
Electrical Engineers
Electrical Technicians
Electrical Tech or Engineering Students
Process Control Technicians and Engineers
Process Automation Engineers
Programmers working in the Process Automation field