CSWorks introduces protocol connectivity for Modbus devices

CSWorks Inc. announced today that the latest release of its HMI/SCADA/M2M software framework expands its customer reach by including Modbus to the list of supported protocols

CSWorks Inc., global provider of web-based industrial automation solutions, announced today that the latest release of its HMI/SCADA software framework expands its protocol support. CSWorks 2.1 adds support for Modbus - an application layer messaging protocol that provides client/server communication between devices connected on different types of buses and networks.


Modbus has been the industry's de-facto standard since 1979 and continues to enable millions of devices worldwide to communicate and it continues to grow in most industries. Now you do not need any additional software or middleware to make your CSWorks-powered applications talk to Modbus devices.

CSWorks Inc. is a leading provider of web-based SCADA and HMI development tools for different industries. Its innovative product offers a rich and constantly growing feature set, based on support for data acquisition from a variety of data sources using OPC, BACnet, Modbus and SQL database connectivity, historical data management, powerful alarming and trending. On the back end, CSWorks provides a modular, service-oriented, open architecture which means that application engineers can configure complex distributed solutions without writing a single line of code. CSWorks is available for download from the company\'s website at http://www.controlsystemworks.com.

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