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MatrikonOPC Server for RS3 RNI

Company:Matrikon Inc.
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The MatrikonOPC Server for Fisher-Rosemount (Emerson Process Control) RS3 uses the RNI (Rosemount Network Interface) to access RS3 process data as well as alarms and events. This server can be used for supervisory control and also for data acquisition and storage. Since the server also captures all operator actions and process events, it can be used by database applications to archive system alarms and events for later analysis.     The MatrikonOPC Server for Fisher-Rosemount RS3 RNI is now powered by the MatrikonOPC Framework™ - the most trusted name in OPC technology. This MatrikonOPC Server features the following advanced MatrikonOPC Framework™ functions:    OPC Security: The MatrikonOPC Framework™ natively supports the OPC Foundation's OPC Security specification. This functionality is crucial for implementing secure OPC architectures. Instead of relying on global, DCOM based,  "all-or-nothing" OPC data access permissions, this MatrikonOPC Framework™ function offers complete control over item browsing, adding, reading, and writing - on a per-user-per-item basis. This helps prevent accidental and intentional un-authorized OPC data access.    Offline Mode: developed to aid system-integration; this MatrikonOPC Framework™ functionality simplifies OPC Server configuration by allowing OPC Clients to access data from all configured OPC items even when the underlying data-source is not available. For example: during plant commissioning;  instead of delaying HMI graphic screen testing until the end of the project, when all the OPC Servers' data-sources are available - such tests can now be run at any time using the Offline Mode random test data.    Device Level Redundancy: This MatrikonOPC Framework™ function makes it possible to maximize OPC data reliability by enabling the OPC Server to access multiple data-sources in a redundant fashion without the need for specialized hardware and/or additional custom software.      Unique Features of the MatrikonOPC Server for Fisher-Rosemount RS3 RNI:   -OPC A&E support   -Built in Redundancy   -Tag Browse Capabilities   -Offline mode (OPC server simulates random data for an OPC client to read)   -Easy Connection directly to the RNI   -User friendly user interface   -Connect to multiple DCS on one pathway   -Real-time read and write   -No additional software required   -Configurable polling rate restrictions to prevent excessive network loading   -Live support from MatrikonOPC     Details:     -Access to both real-time data and systems alarms and events   -Support for both reading and writing   -Connects to multiple RNIs simultaneously   -Automatic engineering unit conversions   -Supports optimistic writes for analog points   -Self optimization for reduced reading loads   -Tag Attributes: Block Address, Block Description, Block Mode, Block Tag, Block Type, Engineering Units, Engineering Zero, Engineering Max, Block Type, Register Value, Advisory High Limit, Advisory Low Limit, Critical High Limit, Critical Low Limit, Block Output, User flags, System flags, Discrete Input Value, Discrete Logic Step Mode, Discrete Output, PID (Derivative Time, Feed forward Gain, Integral Time, Proportional Band, Controller Gain), PLC Input Integer, PLC Input Flag   -Status Values: Controller Information (Idle Time, Number of Links, Available Memory, Software Level), Available CF Links   -Alarm Information: General Alarms, Operator Change Logs, User Defined.    Device Hardware:   RS3 Network Interface (RNI)   Network connection to the RNI     Device Software:  Compiled against RNI API version 4.1     For more information please visit the link below:

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Product Type:Software
Software Application Type: Misc. Connectivity Tools
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Developed with Wonderware Toolkit: No