ENP Newswire -
Release date- 05082014 - Omron Automation and Safety (www.Omron247.com) announces the launch of Omron NJ Ethernet Driver in Kepware Technologies KEPServerEX version 5.15, an OPC communications platform that allows PC software to access controller data/variables with a streamlined and easy-to-use interface.
'Kepware provides industry-leading communication and interoperability software solutions throughout the automation industry,' said
Each Omron Sysmac NJ controller embeds both EtherNet/IP and EtherCAT open networks, allowing endorsed partners like Kepware Technologies to create drivers using standard protocol instructions. In this way, communication is clean and optimized, guaranteeing best performance.
What the customer gets
Within KEPServerEX, the Omron Server Suite includes the new Omron NJ Ethernet driver as part of the bundled package of
Supports 256 channels and 1024 devices per channel
Supports routing for communications with remote devices over various automation networks. Features a CIP-configurable packet size from 500 bytes to 1996 bytes per packet
Supports read blocking and multi-servicing of writes to arrays to optimize performance when reading and writing to multiple items within an array
Supports Client Arrays for referencing contiguous array elements by the clientSupports symbolic addressing of basic data types and structures
Supports Automatic Tag Generation, featuring direct interrogation of the controller and the ability to map structured data on the controllers into multi-level tag groups within KEPServerEX
Supports XML persistence
Customers interested in integrating the Omron Sysmac Platform with their PC software using OPC can purchase KEPServerEX from Kepware (more information here: http://www.kepware.com/kepserverex/.
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