pymodbus.client package

Submodules

pymodbus.client.common module

Modbus Client Common

This is a common client mixin that can be used by both the synchronous and asynchronous clients to simplify the interface.

class pymodbus.client.common.ModbusClientMixin

Bases: object

This is a modbus client mixin that provides additional factory methods for all the current modbus methods. This can be used instead of the normal pattern of:

# instead of this
client = ModbusClient(...)
request = ReadCoilsRequest(1,10)
response = client.execute(request)

# now like this
client = ModbusClient(...)
response = client.read_coils(1, 10)
last_frame_end = 0
mask_write_register(*args, **kwargs)
Parameters:
  • address – The address of the register to write
  • and_mask – The and bitmask to apply to the register address
  • or_mask – The or bitmask to apply to the register address
  • unit – The slave unit this request is targeting
Returns:

A deferred response handle

read_coils(address, count=1, **kwargs)
Parameters:
  • address – The starting address to read from
  • count – The number of coils to read
  • unit – The slave unit this request is targeting
Returns:

A deferred response handle

read_discrete_inputs(address, count=1, **kwargs)
Parameters:
  • address – The starting address to read from
  • count – The number of discretes to read
  • unit – The slave unit this request is targeting
Returns:

A deferred response handle

read_holding_registers(address, count=1, **kwargs)
Parameters:
  • address – The starting address to read from
  • count – The number of registers to read
  • unit – The slave unit this request is targeting
Returns:

A deferred response handle

read_input_registers(address, count=1, **kwargs)
Parameters:
  • address – The starting address to read from
  • count – The number of registers to read
  • unit – The slave unit this request is targeting
Returns:

A deferred response handle

readwrite_registers(*args, **kwargs)
Parameters:
  • read_address – The address to start reading from
  • read_count – The number of registers to read from address
  • write_address – The address to start writing to
  • write_registers – The registers to write to the specified address
  • unit – The slave unit this request is targeting
Returns:

A deferred response handle

silent_interval = 0
state = 0
write_coil(address, value, **kwargs)
Parameters:
  • address – The starting address to write to
  • value – The value to write to the specified address
  • unit – The slave unit this request is targeting
Returns:

A deferred response handle

write_coils(address, values, **kwargs)
Parameters:
  • address – The starting address to write to
  • values – The values to write to the specified address
  • unit – The slave unit this request is targeting
Returns:

A deferred response handle

write_register(address, value, **kwargs)
Parameters:
  • address – The starting address to write to
  • value – The value to write to the specified address
  • unit – The slave unit this request is targeting
Returns:

A deferred response handle

write_registers(address, values, **kwargs)
Parameters:
  • address – The starting address to write to
  • values – The values to write to the specified address
  • unit – The slave unit this request is targeting
Returns:

A deferred response handle

pymodbus.client.sync module

class pymodbus.client.sync.ModbusTcpClient(host='127.0.0.1', port=502, framer=<class 'pymodbus.framer.socket_framer.ModbusSocketFramer'>, **kwargs)

Bases: pymodbus.client.sync.BaseModbusClient

Implementation of a modbus tcp client

close()

Closes the underlying socket connection

connect()

Connect to the modbus tcp server

Returns:True if connection succeeded, False otherwise
is_socket_open()
class pymodbus.client.sync.ModbusUdpClient(host='127.0.0.1', port=502, framer=<class 'pymodbus.framer.socket_framer.ModbusSocketFramer'>, **kwargs)

Bases: pymodbus.client.sync.BaseModbusClient

Implementation of a modbus udp client

close()

Closes the underlying socket connection

connect()

Connect to the modbus tcp server

Returns:True if connection succeeded, False otherwise
is_socket_open()
class pymodbus.client.sync.ModbusSerialClient(method='ascii', **kwargs)

Bases: pymodbus.client.sync.BaseModbusClient

Implementation of a modbus serial client

close()

Closes the underlying socket connection

connect()

Connect to the modbus serial server

Returns:True if connection succeeded, False otherwise
inter_char_timeout = 0
is_socket_open()
silent_interval = 0
state = 0