A modbus polling client for android
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README.md

Modbus-Droid

Intro

I'm a Electrical Engineer working in the industrial controls industry with a software engineer / general computer nerd bent. A while back I wanted to get into some phone development, and I found that a lot of times on site with a customer it would be really handy to not have to have my laptop to troubleshoot a signal. Well, since where I works deals predominantly in ModbusTCP I thought I could marry the two together.

I found a library that looked good (modbus4j), and sank my teeth into my first Android app

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Original Author: Ben Catlin, ben@bencatlin.com