Historize OPC DA, HDA and AE data into a database or flat files using OPC Easy Archiver!
OPC Easy Archiver collects real-time and historical data as well as OPC alarms and events from multiple OPC DA/HDA/AE Servers. Then, it stores them into standard databases. It supports Microsoft SQL Server, Azure SQL, Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft Access, PostgreSQL and CSV files. You can also use it to connect to these databases via OLEDB and ODBC drivers.
Users can use the archived data for trend analysis, a sequence of events, calculations, and reporting.
OPC Easy Archiver provides a reliable solution to increase data availability and empower users with insights about plant’s operations performance.
Moreover, users can configure data transfer from databases to OPC DA Servers as well as rules to supervise a list of critical tags or communications with OPC Servers. For example, they can schedule to execute actions automatically when detecting specific statuses, such as sending email notifications, overwrite data values or start/stop archivers.
Fully compliant OPC DA, OPC HDA and OPC AE client
Browsing all local or remote OPC DA, HDA and AE servers available within the network
Connection to one or more local and remote OPC DA, HDA and AE servers at the same time
Browsing any OPC DA, HDA and AE servers' address space
Monitoring OPC item changes (value, quality, and timestamp) over time
OPC DA synchronous and asynchronous group reads and writes
OPC HDA synchronous/asynchronous reads and updates, with annotations' support. A Loop manager is also available to allow you to schedule and automatically send synchronous and asynchronous requests.
OPC Alarms and Events notifications, visualization, filters, vendor specific event attributes, and acknowledgement
Data transfer and historization from OPC DA/HDA/AE servers to SQL like databases
Databases to OPC DA servers data transfer
Continuous monitoring of the OPC and database servers' connection
Automatic reconnection to OPC servers when the connection is lost
Rule management functionalities
Automatic reconnection to database servers when the connection is lost
Store and Forward capability allowing local data buffering upon communication loss with the databases and data recovery after successful reconnection