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en:sw:02-apis:02-modbus-tcp [2021/05/07 08:26]
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 <WRAP group> <WRAP group>
 <WRAP half column 81%> <WRAP half column 81%>
-Modbus TCP is standard interface to interact with the IOs of Unipi PLCs. Each PLC has its own mapping of I/O to a Modbus Register or Coil which can be downloaded from the [[files:​products:​00-start|Products section.]]+Modbus TCP is standard interface to interact with the IOs of Unipi units. Each unit has its own mapping of I/O to a Modbus Register or Coil which can be downloaded from the [[files:​products:​00-start|Products section.]]
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 ===== Storage life status ===== ===== Storage life status =====
-There are also registers indicating storage status for all Unipi controllers ​(except Unipi 1.1) that are available on the Modbus TCP server:+There are also registers indicating storage status for all Unipi units (except Unipi 1.1) that are available on the Modbus TCP server.
   * <​html><​span class="​kbBlueText">​Erase cycles used [%]</​span></​html>​ -> indicates the number of memory erase cycles compared to the maximum cycles (in percent)   * <​html><​span class="​kbBlueText">​Erase cycles used [%]</​span></​html>​ -> indicates the number of memory erase cycles compared to the maximum cycles (in percent)
   * <​html><​span class="​kbBlueText">​Good blocks [%]</​span></​html>​ -> indicates the number of blocks that are all right (in percent)   * <​html><​span class="​kbBlueText">​Good blocks [%]</​span></​html>​ -> indicates the number of blocks that are all right (in percent)