OPC Server for Modbus
Connect your Modbus devices into one single OPC Server for Modbus!
The OPC Server for Modbus communicates with a wide range of devices supporting the Modbus TCP protocol. These devices include RTU, DCS and PLC, etc. Indeed, with a few click, the server connects to multiple devices using Modbus TCP protocol. This OPC Modbus server supports standard OPC Data Access Specifications.
The Modbus OPC Server provides an intuitive user interface to configure reliable Modbus connections and OPC tags. Then, OPC DA clients such as Historians, HMI, and SCADA can easily connect to the OPC Server and exchange real-time data with multiple devices.
Moreover, this OPC Server has been successfully compliance tested with the OPC DA standard specification.
You can now benefit from a free of charge license for up to 50 tags.
- Support multiple OPC DA Client connections
- Tag configuration per blocks
- Support of multiple Modbus TCP devices connections
- Automatic reconnection to the configured Modbus TCP devices after network glitches
- Zero-based and one-based addressing
- Byte and word order swapping
- Modicon bit ordering
- Windows service capability allowing automatic restart after the restart of the host machine
- Traceability of events using log files and viewer
- OPC Data Access 1.0a
- OPC Data Access 2.00
- OPC Data Access 2.05a
- OPC Data Access 3.0
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