MDC360 OPC Server
  • Overview
  • Devices
  • Features
  • Requirement
  • Protocol
  • Case Study
Overview
Overview
MDC360 OPC Server 320 is a software package developed by OPCTechs Technology Corp. for the MDC360 all series of PLC in serial communication. It is totally based on OPC 3.0 standards, and is suitable for the software integration domain. MDC360 is the protocol presented by Kaoduen Corp. OPCTechs OPC server could connect with all series of the MDC360 PLC in serial communication.
Overview
Supported Devices
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Features
Key features of the OPC Server 320 include:
。Compliant with the latest OPC Data Access 1.0, 2.04, 2.05 and 3.0 standards.
。Compliant with the latest OPC Alarm and Events 1.0 and 1.2 standards.
。Compliant with the latest OPC XML Data Access 1.0 standard
。OPC Data Access Server、Alarm & Event Server are integrated in one program.
。Tag multiplier allows you to create hundreds of tags in seconds.
。Tags can be grouped in logical folders for manageability.
。Value simulation for any data item in the OPC server.
。Tags support configurable range information.
。Flexible configuration for numerous tags.
。Tags have configurable alarm conditions.
。Tag values are persistent.
  MDC360
 
Overview
System Requirements
Microsoft Windows
Required Hardware & Software Item Specification

IBM Compatible Computer

CPU Pentium 133 or higher
Memory 256 MB RAM at least
HDD space 100 MB disk space
Operating System Windows 98 The old version should install the DCOM components
Windows NT 4.0  
Windows 2000 Professional With Service Pack 4
Windows XP Professional 32/64 bits With Service Pack 1
Windows Vista Business 32/64 bits With Service Pack 1
Windows 7 32/64 bits With Service Pack 1
Windows 8 Professional 32/64 bits
Windows 10 Professional 32/64 bits
Windows 2003 Server 32/64 bits With Service Pack 1
Windows 2008 Server 32/64 bits With Service Pack 1
Windows 2012 Server 32/64 bits With Service Pack 1
Windows 2016 server 32/64 bits  
 
 Serial Communication Protocol
◎ MDC360 proprietary protocol
 
 
 Case Study
Case Study1 : Central Monitoring in IT Factory