Genesis OPC Explorer 2.0
Express Data Acquisition Setup
About Genesis OPC Explorer 2.0
Language: Visual C++
Size: 5.711 Kb
Installation File: 4606 Kb
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Quick User Guide for Genesis OPC Explorer 2.0
Genesis OPC Explorer 2.0 is quite different from the previous releases. This quick user guide is meant to show the steps required to perform a standard OPC Data Acquisition. However, for a full capacity use of Genesis OPC Explorer 2.0, review of the complete documentation is mandatory ... Links are provided, through this guide, to give detailed informations.
Note that the OPC Server Selection can be triggered by Right-Clicking the Item labeled 'No OPC Server Selected'
Note that, on valid selection, the attributes of the OPC server are displayed at the bottom of the dialog box.
Note that the OPC Group Addition can be triggered by Right-Clicking the OPC Server and Selecting the Item 'Add OPC Group'
Note that the Newly added OPC Group is automatically selected in the OPC Configuration Tree
Note that the OPC Item(s) Addition can be triggered by Right-Clicking the select OPC Group and Selecting the Item 'Add, Modify & Remove Acquired OPC Item(s)'
Note that the selection of the OPC Server Data Object ('Random' in the Print Screen) triggers the filling of the table of the available OPC Item(s) in the selected OPC Server Data Object.
Note that Genesis OPC Explorer 2.0 automatically builds the Fully Qualified Item Names and Create the Default Short Item Identifier. These identifiers will be used for Calculated OPC Items.
Note that Genesis OPC Explorer 2.0 stores the acquired data in a SQLite database named 'Genesis.sq3'. The OPC Data View displays the OPC data as the acquisition is proceeding.
Note that Genesis OPC Explorer 2.0 provides a large palette of options to customize the content and the display of the chart.
Note that Genesis OPC Explorer 2.0 finalizes the storage of the OPC data in the SQLite database (Genesis.sq3). These data are available later at any time for display, analysis and export.
Date of Last Modification: 23-06-2017
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