Map Dictionary:

CMD0 - Specifies input and output locations for the command interface

   e.g. CMD0=DSI25*DSO20
   Unit will look for commands starting at DeviceNet input word 25 and send acknowlegement to output word 20
   Please distinguish between digit zero "0", and upper-case letter "O".

HI, HSI - Hardy Input Table
   Bit "y" of word "x" in table is specified as: HIx.y
   16-bit word "x" in table is specified as: HSIx

HO - Hardy Output Table

HSO - Hardy Short Output table. A table of 16-bit integers.
   Note that HSO is a distinct table, and does not refer to HO in any way.

HFI - Hardy Float Input Table

HFO - Hardy Float Output Table

HTO - Hardy Text Output Table

HVO The members in this table are displayed in the configured units (lb, kg, oz, g)

HTI - Hardy Text Input Table

HII - Hardy Integer Input Table

HDI - Hardy Double Input Table

PO, PI, PFO - Programmed Sequence Outputs

DI, DO, DFI, DFO, DSI, DSO, DII, DIO, DTI, DTO - DeviceNet tables.
   DeviceNet tables contain 125 16-bit words.

RI, RO, RFI, RFO, RSI, RSO, RII, RIO, RTI, RTO - RIO (Allen-Bradley® Remote I/O tables). Used if you have an RIO option card.
   The RIO table is 64 words long, of which the first 32 are mapped to and from the network.
   The rest is used as a scratchpad area for short commands.
   Note that the block transfer area immediately follows discrete area, and depends on rack size selected.

CI, CO, CFI, CFO, CSI, CSO, CII, CIO, CTI, CTO - Communications Network tables (used if you have a ControlNet, EtherNet/IP or Profibus option card)    The Communications Input table is 125 words long.
   The Communications Output table is 127 words long, but the first two words are reserved, if ControlNet.
   Otherwise, 125 words long.

MI, MO, MFI, MFO, MSI, MSO, MII, MIO, MTI, MTO - Modbus tables (used if you have Modbus)