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Learn more about bit-level data addressing in ProSoft Modbus® modules

Wondering how to handle binary data in your ProSoft Technology Modbus® communication module? This video explores how bit-level information is stored in the modules’ internal database. Find out how bit-level addressing differs from regular word addressing, and how you can convert one to the other.

Click to watch and learn: http://psft.com/CAT