OPCClient.NET

OPCClient.NET

Member: Open Automation Software

Product website: www.openautomationsoftware.com/products/communicat...

Use any Data Access 2.0x or 3.0 OPC Client to connect to local and remote OPC Systems.NET OPC Servers using .NET communications, even over the Internet. Includes free OPC connection support to OPC Servers. Combine with OPC Windows HMI.NET to enable any .NET application as an OPC Server. Activates Windows Service for unlimited local and remote OPC Client.NET connections.

Each OPC Systems Service can communicate to Data Access 2.0x and 3.0 OPC Servers, Windows .NET and web applications through OPC Controls.NET, databases through OPC Database.NET and OPC Recipe.NET, and pocket PC applications through OPC Mobile.NET. All data is centralized for unlimited local and remote OPC Client connections. Implement one to one, one to many, and using built in Calculations many to one OPC Item data transfer. Implements .NET Remoting to transfer data from multiple OPC Systems Windows Services, which eliminates the need to use the DCOM for remote OPC Server access. Runs as a Windows Service and comes with free configuration application to allow on-line modifications from local or remote systems. Communicate data over your company network and Internet to unlimited remote clients world wide.

Data Sources:

 

  • Universal Driver Interface – Use C# or VB.NET to integrate your own data model into OAS for realtime data access.
  • Allen Bradley – Use the Allen Bradley IoT Driver to connect to ControlLogix, CompactLogix, GuardLogix, Micro800, MicroLogix, SLC 500, and PLC-5. Add Allen Bradley Data Historian to log data to industry standard databases.
  • Siemens – Use the Siemens IoT Driver to connect to S7-200, S7-300, S7-400, S7-1200, and S7-1500. Add Siemens Data Historian to log data to industry standard databases.
  • Modbus – Use the Modbus IoT Driver to connect to Modbus TCP, Modbus RTU, and Modbus ASCII all supported on Ethernet, RS-232 Serial, and RS-485 Serial. Add Modbus Data Historian to log data to industry standard databases.
  • MQTT – With the MQTT IoT Connector you can subscribe to MQTT Brokers.
  • Amazon Web Services – With the AWS IoT Gateway driver you can subscribe to AWS for live data updates.
  • .NET Applications – The .NET Data Connector provides read and write access to data programmatically via C# or VB code in a .NET application.
  • Excel – Use the Excel Connector to use Microsoft Excel as data source
  • Industry Standard Databases – Use the Recipe Connector to connect to SQL Server, Oracle, Access, mySQL and  SQL Azure databases
  • Industry Standard SCADA Systems – Use the Universal Data Connector to connect to Wonderware, WinCC, RSView and Cimplicty
  • OPC Client – Use the OPC Client Connector to connect to third party OPC Clients
  • OPC Servers – Connect to OPC DA 2.x, 3.0, OPC UA, OPC A&E, and OPC UA Alarm and Conditions. Use the OPC Tunnel Connector to automatically transfer data from any Data Source to third party OPC Servers
  • Javascript – With the HTTP API Connector you can connect to jQuery and JSON data sources
  • REST – With the REST API Connector you can connect to data sources via the REST API
  • iOS and Android Apps – Use PCL for Android and iOS to connect to data on iOS and Android devices.

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