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Connect Your: Option 1Allen-Bradley PLCASCIIAWS / MQTTBarcode ScannerBACnet MS/TP InitiatorBACnet MS/TP ResponderBACnet/IP ClientBACnet/IP ServerDeviceNet MasterDeviceNet SlaveDF1 DevicesEthernet TCP/IPEtherNet/IP AdapterEtherNet/IP ScannerModbus RTU MasterModbus RTU SlaveModbus TCP/IP ClientModbus TCP/IP ServerOPC UA ClientProfibus MasterProfinet ControllerSiemens S7 PLCUSBWeb Interface
To: Option 2Allen-Bradley PLCASCIIAWS / MQTTBarcode ScannerBACnet MS/TP InitiatorBACnet MS/TP ResponderBACnet/IP ClientBACnet/IP ServerDeviceNet MasterDeviceNet SlaveDF1 DevicesEthernet TCP/IPEthernet/IP AdapterEthernet/IP ScannerModbus RTU MasterModbus RTU SlaveModbus TCP/IP ClientModbus TCP/IP ServerOPC UA ClientProfibus MasterProfinet ControllerSiemens S7 PLCUSBWeb Interface
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