OPC Server
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  • For the integration of all SOPAS devices

    The SOPAS OPC server enables device data to be shared bidirectionally with an OPC client application. It is a proven means of integrating SICK devices into system visualizations or SCADA systems and can be used in conjunction with all SOPAS devices. To configure the server, the SOPAS OPC server configurator is available, which is downloaded and installed along with the SOPAS OPC server. The easiest way to achieve a functional configuration is to import a SOPAS ET project into the configurator. This extracts and compiles all connection settings as well as the namespace. The SOPAS OPC server follows the OPC DA V2.05a specification and can only be used on Windows operating systems.

    Your benefits
    • Standardized, read, and write access to parameters and methods for all SOPAS sensors
    • Integration of sensor data into machine and system visualizations
    • Access to all parameter data, methods, and image data for SICK sensors
    • Just a few clicks to achieve a configured OPC server using your SOPAS ET project to automatically adopt all communication settings and devices
    • No tedious communication programming required
    At a glance
    • Read and write access to device parameters
    • Supports extended data types such as image data or methods
    • Can be used for all SOPAS devices
    • Intuitive configurator
    • Rapid configuration with a SOPAS ET project
    • Can be installed on Windows XP, Windows 7, and Windows 8
    • Supports the OPC DA V2.05a specification
    • Product features
      Software categoryOPC Server
      Software typeOPC Server
      LanguageGerman, English
      DescriptionSOPAS OPC-Server to exchange data between a SICK field device and an OPC Client
    • System requirements
      Operating systemWindows 10, Windows 8 (32 bit/64 bit), Windows 7 (32 bit/64 bit)
      Required disk space100 MB
      Frequency and RAM1 GB RAM
      InterfaceHardware communication channels such as serial interfaces, USB or Ethernet, depending on the SICK device
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