Modbus Switch


The modbus switch platform allows you to control Modbus coils or registers.

Configuration

To use your Modbus switches in your installation, add the following to your configuration.yaml file:

# Example configuration.yaml entry
switch:
  platform: modbus
  slave: 1
  coils:
    - name: Switch1
      slave: 1
      coil: 13
    - name: Switch2
      slave: 2
      coil: 14
  registers:
    - name: Register1
      slave: 1
      register: 11
      command_on: 1
      command_off: 0

Configuration Variables

coils

(map)(Optional)A list of relevant coils to read from/write to.

slave

(integer)(Required)The number of the slave (can be omitted for tcp and udp Modbus).

name

(string)(Required)Name of the switch.

coil

(integer)(Required)Coil number.

register

(map)(Optional)A list of relevant registers to read from/write to.

slave

(integer)(Required)The number of the slave (can be omitted for tcp and udp Modbus).

name

(string)(Required)Name of the switch.

register

(integer)(Required)Register number.

command_on

(integer)(Required)Value to write to turn on the switch.

command_off

(integer)(Required)Value to write to turn off the switch.

verify_state

(boolean)(Optional)Define if is possible to readback the status of the switch.

Default value: true

verify_register

(string)(Optional)Register to readback.

Default value: same as register

register_type

(string)(Optional)Modbus register types are holding or input.

Default value: holding

state_on

(integer)(Optional)Register value when switch is on.

Default value: same as command_on

state_off

(integer)(Optional)Register value when switch is off.

Default value: same as command_off