Understanding behavior of communicator

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    rocks
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    Sir Please explain the behavior for polling non consecutive parameters

    I mean for example in device template two element group are created each consisting of 2 element (uint type) . group 1 starting address (holding reg) is 40 and of group 2 is 66 that means both the groups are non consecutive in address sequence.

    does the behavior of communicator (internally) different for consecutive addresses.

    plz explain

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    Mikhail
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    Hello,
    Each group in Modbus template is one request to a device. Address of a group is included in a request.

    You can try different templates by yourself then decode and compare them by http://modbus.rapidscada.net/

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