OPC AE Web Service
Easily retrieve OPC alarms and events using OPC AE Web Service
Monitoring alarms and events that arise during plant activities is vital to maintaining smooth operations. The OPC AE Web Service retrieves alarms and events from OPC A&E servers and exposes them on the enterprise network through Web Services.
By using the OPC AE Web Service, as long as you have Internet access, you can easily retrieve alarms and events anytime and anywhere. This remote monitoring feature enables you to be on top of problems, even when you are out of the office.
- Easy and intuitive configuration interface.
- Connection to all available local or remote OPC A&E servers at the same time.
- Seamless access to OPC A&E servers through firewalls without the hassle of DCOM.
- Browsing of all event sources available on any OPC A&E server.
- Filtering capability using several criteria including severity, source name, area name, event type and category.
- Exposing alarms and events via web services for easier access of third party applications and intranet users.
- Monitoring of alarm characteristics and attributes over time.
- Store and Forward functionalities by enabling alarm buffering.
- Automatic reconnection to OPC A&E servers when the connection is lost.
- Windows Service capabilities.
- Logging for diagnostics.
- OPC Alarms and Events 1.10
- OPC Alarms and Events 1.02
- OPC Alarms and Events 1.00
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