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I’m reading ec communication manual here: The PV address in the manual is listed as Dear Ian, Please refer my case. In my case, I set-out like below; Input1: I don’t know the tec, but it’s a real.

Yep, the PV register should be accessible via function 4 on slave 1. Did that work for you? So if you have two of those, just configure input 2 the same as input 1, just using the slave id of that second PID both PIDs should be assigned different slave ids and connected to the same Modbus wire that is connected via this one modbus2serial converter.

This is my issue. Did I miss some resolution to this issue? While the converter is excellent, it is not supported by the FTDI driver on the Mac Efc platform most likely due to a missing license agreements.

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There should be no issue on Windows. So this is not exactly an Artisan issue. There is a ugly way to patch the kernel extension of the FTDI driver to make that converter work see http: However, a better alternative is to replace the converter ftc one that comes with Mac support.

Marko, I have tried the patch to the kernel that you posted elsewhere. I have also tried extensively with my Windows 7 PC. I pulled out the Watlow manual and scoured it for settings that needed changing. Any suggestions on a converter that works well with Mac OS X? Your combo works for several people on Windows and Mac after the patch. Only suggestion is to look for a supported! After hours spent troubleshooting, I could not get the Windows setup to work.

The Watlow ez zone software would not even talk to the Watlow.

Thus, there are two sets of A and B Tx and Rx connections. I’m guessing the A and B ports that were wired are not live wnda. Thanks for the great help Marko! A big thank you to the entire Artisan Team, your software is truly outstanding! Thanks to the Proaster owners who posted their settings setup!


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Come devo fare per configurare per bene il dispositivo “Novus myPClab con Artisan? Th myPClab won’t work on a Mac. On Windows, please first check if the supplied software from the vendor works. Could you please try if v0. You can still download this from here: Below are instructions I lifted from elsewhere that give the more detailed version of events but you can skip most of the terminal work he uses snda go straight to editing the plist file.

Hope this helps someone out there from banging his head against the wall! Hi Blake, can you let me know what your troubles are.


The installation for Artisan was pretty straight forward on the Mac for me. I just followed the instructions on the Artisan page. Here are dnda key steps: Eg type for the numbers above: Now you just have to add a corresponding entry like suggested by that page to get your device being recognized. It should look like this: For me it worked like a charm.

Good luck and let me know if it does not work, but let me know what is not working … Thomas. Hello Please can you tell me wich pid from Enda works better for controling an roaster. The enda et or the epc Because Etc does not exist.

Shinko writes PV values in registerfunction 3, float false. Hey Marko – I’ve read through everything etf your website, but still can figure out how to get Artisan up and running with our SF6. I have some question about modbus. Is there any way to edit modbus command function in Artisan? Or maybe any other way to send hex data to serial port?

I have a question about modbus.

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I know that “write” command sends 6 function. Is there any way to change sending function into artisan or any other way to send hex to serial port?

Sadly, but it doesn’t help. When i use write 1,9,0. So i see Artisan sends: Or, as I said before, i cand send hex data 01 10 00 09 00 01 02 00 00 a6 c9 to device and it works great. Any way to send hex like this from Artisan? Dear Jake, I just added the commands writem id,register,[v1. In case you need a build for testing, contact me via the “Contact Me” form and tell me your operating system. Hi, I am roasting on an SF and having issues connecting to artisan.

The issue is that once I plug my usb into the computer and turn on a roast, I receive: And once I downloaded the program and input these settings, it was pretty much plug and play with my old laptop. Does anyone have any advice to troubleshoot this problem? I’ll clarify anything I need to to get to the solution. John, did you install the corresponding serial driver for your setup on the new laptop?


You should only have one FTDI driver installed as otherwise they start to compete. If unsure, ask your roaster manufacture. I have also reinstalled Artisan, so I am now a blank slate to start figuring out this problem. Could it also be a matter of compatibility?

Artisan is build on Sierra. Your Mac is simply not talking to your USB2serial converter. Maybe it is not FTDI-based. So this does not seem to be an Artisan issue.

John, I don’t think discussing your specific hardware setup issues in comments on this blog is productive. Why not ask an expert nearby or try to get some wisdom from the crowed on the Artisan mailing list or a public coffee roasting forum? John I agreee with Marco there’s Probably a better forum for submitting your questions. That fixed all of my compatibility issues with Mac OS X.

Hi Marko, Thanks for your software it is great.

I had ensa lot of trouble getting this to work but have it going really well now. The device configuration section PID One request, could you integrate the slider into the DTA SV control and the P I D settings the registers look correct in the code, but I am no programmer and can’t quite see why it isn’t working. However, this code is quite outdated and this specific PID support might just be removed at one point.

As you might know, the generic MODBUS device, if configured properly, can take over all the function, including the SV slider thing and the p-i-d control setting.


Would that deliver already what you are looking for? Sunday, May 19, More Modbus. Omron E5CC baud rate: If you choose “n” then “byte size” will be 8, and “stopbits” will be 2!!

If you choose “e”, or “o”, “byte size” will be 8, and “stopbits” will be 1!! E5CC will hide byte size and stopbits selection once you choose Modbus!! Posted by Marko Luther at 1: Ian Picco August 28, at 5: Endx Luther September 12, at Marko Luther November 2, at 2: Samuel Waters May 19, at 9: Marko Luther May 19, at