OPC Server Simulators
Easily simulate data and alarms using the OPC Server Simulators!
OPC Server Simulators are free OPC server test tools. They allow end-users, developers and integrators to conduct tests with any third party OPC client software.
In fact, this plug and play OPC product offers you simulated real-time data, messages and historical raw and processed data.
In particular, the OPC simulators package includes the advanced OPC simulator, which supports OPC DA and HDA specifications and allows you to:
- Configure your own tags and customize the OPC Server address space,
- Specify your OPC data set simply by using CSV files.
Consequently, the advanced OPC simulator is very useful for history data playback purposes.
- Three OPC Server Components: Advanced Simulator, OPC DA HDA Server and OPC A&E Server
- OPC DA capabilities :
- OPC HDA capabilities:
- OPC A&E capabilities:
- Log capabilities
Advanced Simulator Capabilities: The tags and data values to be simulated are easily configurable using CSV files. This tool can be very useful for simulation based on data history playback.
- OPC Alarms and Events 1.02 & 1.10
- OPC Historical Data Access 1.1 & 1.2
- OPC Data Access 1.0a, 2.0 & 2.05
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