C-Bus OPC Server 1.2.0 Released

Discussion in 'C-Bus OPC Server Software' started by DarrenH, Nov 15, 2009.

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  1. DarrenH


    Dec 19, 2008
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    Adelaide, South Australia
    The C-Bus OPC Server 1.2.0 has been released.
    - Website: http://www2.clipsal.com/cis/technical/downloads/c-bus_opc_server
    - Forum: http://www.cbusforums.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=57

    Please note: Clipsal Integrated Systems have released this update to address some customer issues. Customers should ensure that they use this version and update any installed software to this version when possible.

    • The behaviour of the Trigger Control and Enable Control applications have been corrected.
    • Increased reliability: If C-Gate shuts down, the quality of all values is set to 'bad' but values are no longer set to zero. This avoids triggering false alarms.
    • Increased reliability: If a serial cable is disconnected then reconnected after some time, reconnection is now quicker.
    • The network condition is now available for networks with special characters such as full stops and commas.
    • USB licensing driver has been updated.
    • The Monitoring Application now allows entire C-Bus networks to be disabled and re-enabled without using the Commissioning Application.

    The C-Bus OPC Server provides a gateway between C-Bus and the OPC Data Access protocols. OPC is a broadly supported communications standard supported by many Building Management Systems and a large selection of general automation applications.

    OPC Clients can be used to provide a User Interface to C-Bus (Like HomeGate) as well as sophisticated alarms, event management, data logging and trending.

    OPC Servers can also be linked together using third party tools to bridge C-Bus to hundreds of other protocols like modbus and bacnet as well as most PLC's.

    The C-Bus OPC Server is specifically designed for high availability in large commercial installations, but is equally suited for small projects where specific requirements are not met by existing C-Bus products.
    DarrenH, Nov 15, 2009
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