OPC Data Bridge
Use OPC Data Bridge to easily transfer real-time data between your OPC Servers!
Integration Objects’ OPC Data Bridge is a plug and play OPC client allowing you to easily configure, display, and monitor real-time data transfers between OPC Servers. Thus, it provides an easy way to synchronize and exchange data between different control systems.
You can also use the OPC server redundancy feature of the OPC Data Bridge. This will allow you avoid data loss due to network communication glitches. In fact, with this feature, you can configure, for any master OPC server, more than one backup for hot fail-over.
Moreover, this OPC data client supports extensive error tracking and management tools so you can identify and stop minor problems.
- A fully compliant OPC DA client
- An easy and sophisticated configuration interface using a drag & drop mechanism and enabling you to quickly configure your data bridge
- Multi-threaded data transfer capabilities
- Import and export data transfer configuration to Excel files
- OPC server redundancy available for OPC source and destination servers
- Automatic reconnection
- Windows service capabilities
- Log event display and archiving
- OPC Data Access 1.0a
- OPC Data Access 2.00
- OPC Data Access 2.05a
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