1. Allows non-programmers to
interactively configure, simulate and debug their
Modbus SerDes devices.
2. All device settings are stored and
automatically read back when connected and when
the device is disconnected.
3. In-built simulator allows to
simulate the Modbus SerDes devices on local PC
and debug code on the PC as well.
4. Easily configures, simulates and
debug by defining multiple input and output devices,
groups and items.
5. Define as many input/output
devices, groups and items as required.
6. Easily configures/simulates,
debug the defined devices, groups and items.
7. Quickly simulate and debug the
devices, groups and items.
8. Provides inbuilt graphical user
interface to select all the configured devices and
groups and debug them.
9. Supports OPC DA and OPC
10. Online data monitoring that
helps to quickly monitor all defined registers
values in real-time from the devices.
11. Compatible with Simulink/
Simscape/ Embedded Coder.
12. Supports multiple I/O Devices
( PLCs, RTUs, Temperature Controllers,
Flow Meters, Energy Meters etc),
Multiplier for quick configuration,
Configuration Import/Export capability,
Simple and Interactive User Interface and
External Data Interface to exchange data with
third party systems.
13. Quickly implements, simulate and
debug the Modbus SerDes devices, groups and
14. One time setup. Just plug it
in the I/O Device, connect to the Modbus
SerDes port and connect to PC. After the
connection is done you can start using the
15. Internal Software defined
Ethernet network. No need for external
Ethernet networking hardware.
16. Real time values of the device is
displayed on the PC screen and sent to the
connected OPC Client.
17. Data is imported to the
configured devices in real time while
OpenControl Modbus Serial OPC Server provides a modular code architecture to implement OPC with multiple Modbus devices, multiple groups of tags, item and function (C/S) configuration.
You can use the core engine to define multiple devices, groups and items (C/S) that can connect to the real-time values of Modbus registers. This helps to perform debugging, change functionality and improve performance depending on the real time values for each device, group and item.
The OpenControl Modbus Serial OPC Server provides the following features:
* Core engine which supports multiple Modbus interfaces (IEEE standard 502, 504, 511, 518, or 5021) and multi Modbus devices, groups and items.
* Device simulator with built-in register values management to help configure and develop the project before site deployment.
* Configuration import/export capability to assist in changing configuration.
* Device and groups tags can be used for value place holders for various OPC clients.
* Online data monitoring that helps to quickly monitor all defined registers values in real-time.
* Support for Simulated Devices and their tags to perform Registers tests and debugging.
* Support for Multi-thread programming engine.
* Wrapper to provide support for OPC XML-DA wrapper to connect to platform independent applications and clients over the Intranet/Internet and Firewalls.
* Toolbar for quick configuration and project management of multiple items and devices.
OpenControl OPC Client is an OPC client application that can be used to communicate with OPC servers like OpenControl Modbus Serial OPC Server.
OpenControl OPC Client supports OPC daemon and XML-DA interfaces for communication with OpenControl Modbus Serial OPC Server.
The OpenControl OPC Client application is designed to be simple to setup and easy to use.
Supported interfaces are Modbus COM, Modbus TCP, Modbus TCP over TCP/IP, and XML-DA.
OpenControl OPC Client also supports Daemon, Daemon over TCP/IP, Daemon over TCP/IP, Daemon over Web Server and XML-DA Daemon.
Free to download, use and modify.
OpenControl OPC Client supports COM and Modbus protocols.
OPC Client can be used as an OPC Server or as an OPC Client.
OpenControl OPC Server is a OPC Server application that can be used to communicate with OpenControl Modbus Serial OPC
Input: By using input channel, with key combination such as Ctrl+P / Ctrl+N, you can quickly save the current screen to a macro.
Output: By using output channel, this function will open the macro editor by selecting the saved macro when you press Ctrl+X key.
Toggle: A macro can be enabled or disabled, and you can even save different macros. If a macro is disabled, it will be automatically re-enabled when the macro editor is opened. When you press Ctrl+Y key, it will open the macro editor, allowing you to save a new macro. If the macro is already saved, it will enable the macro.
Exe : Ctrl+Shift+P
Serial Modbus OPC Server using Multiple Input / Output channel
IOPort value to be set: Specifies the I/O port where the Modbus server is running (default = 67)
Address 1: Specifies the first input port (default = 1)
Address 2: Specifies the second input port (default = 2)
Address 3: Specifies the third input port (default = 3)
Address 4: Specifies the fourth input port (default = 4)
In order to send Modbus messages to multiple devices using a same Port, a comma (",") separator is used to specify the second and/or other input ports (e.g. Address 1=10, Address 2=11, Address 3=12, Address 4=13).
RTU1 Input: With this function you can be able to define the I/O port address (default = 1) of the first RTU connected to the OPC DA Server.
RTU2 Input: With this function you can be able to define the I/O port address (default = 2) of the second RTU connected to the OPC DA Server.
RTU3 Input: With this function you can be able to define the I/O port address (default = 3) of the third RTU connected to the OPC DA Server.
RTU4 Input: With this function you can be able to define the I/O port address (default = 4) of the fourth RTU connected to the OPC DA Server.
RTU1 Output: With this function you can be able to define the I/O port address (default = 1) of the first RTU connected to the OPC DA Server
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