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PLC Engine Collect - Collect Data, Database and direct PLC to PLC Communication

PLC Engine Collect - Collect Data, Database and direct PLC to PLC Communication

PLC Engine Collect

PLC Engine Collect connects programable controllers, supervisory control systems and devices among themselves and with the automation world. It connects controllers and databases, too. Likewise it works as OPC server and OPC client to SCADA Systems.
Take Your tablet or smartphone for a fast view oy Your plant.
Over Ethernet it offers access to the controllers from the companies Siemens, Rockwell Automation, Wago, Modicon, Schneider Electric and others.
OPC UA openes for the Industrie 4.0 world.
PLC Engine Collect is simply to configure. Wizards are offering frequently needed predefined functions.

At a Glance

The PLC Engine allows data processing in production lines. It connects controllers, devices, SCADA systems and databases from various manufacturers. It processes the data and dispatches them between the connected devices and other systems. It collects data, manages them and creates overviews for OEE applications.
Additional all the data can be handled over OPC. This are processed data and all data from the connected controllers, devices, OPC systems and databases.

PLC Engine is the perfect component for using it for communications in Industrie 4.0.

You will implement important use cases with PLC Engine
Optimize PLC Communication
Boosts the PLC communication with logical optimizing of the requests. Often this will happen to error texts from the controllers. The messages need to be fetched normally if the corresponding error number is changing and a new error condition becomes true. Without any change to Your SCADA system the communication speeds up. The main reason is less load on the communication line.
Copy PLC Data
Exchanges data between controllers and devices without PLC programming or SCADA functionality. That's how it's done: PLC Engine is reading the data from a controller or device and writes them into another controller or device. The writing normally takes place if the data are changing. With configurable triggers data which are depending on other data conditions for the writing can be defined. The data will converted if necessary. This is important if both controllers are different: One Siemens S7, the other a Rockwell Control Logix.
More complex handling is possible, too: Collecting of data from one or multiple controllers, do some calculation with the data, and write the result to a controller or device. Of course, any OPC compatible system can use the same data also.
Collect Data
Collects and processes data
PLC Engine is reading data from one or more controllers.
The data are collected and possibly calculated or normalized.
If all data are in place they are ready to process for other systems or OPC access.
During the logical processing the data are blocked for access.
Syncronous data access are waiting until the collection is finished.
Configurable error conditions are configurable: If one of the controllers is not available constant data are used, or an error number is processed.
PLC to Database
Exchanges data with common databases. You can read data from controllers and write them directly into common databases - with optional calculations. Data readed from databases can be written into controllers, too. All the data are available for OPC systems also.
Overall Equipement Effectiveness
Collects data over long time for OEE into a local or external database. So easily OEE applications can be build. The integrated websites are offering the collected and calculated data directly as curves or other. Additionally the data can be handled over OPC.

Configuration

The configuration mostly works in graphical style. Lot of wizards simplify tis. Diagnostics boost the startup in plants. Use Your smartphone or tablet and all of the status displays. You can define break points. The execution will stop at the defined condition. The diagnostics logger handles longer running information collecting.

El PLC Engine Collect es especialmente adecuado para su uso en sistemas en los que se utilizan controladores y dispositivos de diferentes fabricantes.

Controladores y
dispositivos soportados
  • Siemens S7 a través de RFC1006 y Sinec H1. Apoyado son S7 200, 300 y 400, 1200, 1500. En el S7 1500 y 1200 la familia de los bloques de datos optimizados son compatibles, todos los símbolos y los comentarios se ojearse. CP Siemens o la interfaz Ethernet de la placa de la CPU puede ser usado. Mainstream MPI Gateways como Hilscher de conexión de red, Helmholz Netlink, IBH Softec netlink, INAT Echolink, Proceso Informatik S7Lan o Softing de conexión de red son compatibles, también. sistemas compatibles S7 como los VIPA SPEED7 se puede utilizar, también.
  • Siemens S5 over RFC1006, PLC Header, RAW or Sinec H1. Supported are Siemens CPs, INAT CPs, Helmholz CPs, IBH Softec S5Net, Process Informatik S5Lan.
  • Rockwell Compact Logix y Control Logix, Firmware antes y después de versión 21.
  • varios Modbus/TCP devices
    • Modicon
    • Schneider
    • Wago
    • Beckhoff
    • Phoenix Contact
  • Raw data.
Se comunica a través de Ethernet
Soportado
Interfaces OPC/td>
  • OPC Pipe Open interface
  • OPC UA (Unified Architecture)
  • OPC DA (Classic OPC over DCOM, available under Windows only)
Soportado
Interfaz MQTT/td>

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