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Specifications

System Requirements

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Computer Computer running Windows
OS
*1
Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2019 LTSC
Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2016 LTSB
Windows 10 (1809, 1903, 1909) *2
Windows 8.1
Windows 7
Windows Server 2019
Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2012 R2
Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2008 R2
Hard disk 1GB or more
Memory 1GB or more
Communication port LAN adapter(in case of Ethernet connection)
Serial port(in case of serial connection)
Application type
*3
32bit application(Win32/x86)
64bit application(Win64/x64)
Framework .NET Framework 3.5 (32-bit edition only)

*1 The following connection functions are based on the OS support status of the library provided by the manufacturer.
  - MELSEC EZSocket / GOT / Interface Board Connection
  - SYSMAC FinsGateway / SysmacGateway / CX-Compolet Connection
  - TOYOPUC CPU port Connection
  - FANUC FOCAS1/2 Connection
  - KAWASAKI Robot Connection
  - YASKAWA Robot Connection
*2 Due to Windows Update, operation on the OS may not be guaranteed in WIndows 10. Especially, in Windows 10 Home Edition, Windows Update type is fixed "Current Branch"(update is performed automatically), so Pro Edition or above is recommended.
*3 The product includes both of 32 bit and 64 bit OPC Server. Please select when instaling. The SuiteLink interfaces and some communication functions are not supported on 64 bit edition.

Specification Tables

General specification

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Windows service *4 possible
Max connections *5 255
Max tags *5 Unlimited
Protocol OPCDA, OPC AE, OPC UA, SuiteLink *6, DxpLink
Tag's alias possible
Simulation possible


*4 On Windows 10, the service programs don't support to display the window by detection of the interactive service.If you configure the Device XPlorer settings, please execute as normal application.
*5 The communication performance decreases as the number of connections devices and access points increases.
*6 The SuiteLink interfaces are not supported on x64 Edition.

OPC DA

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Verstion 2.05A/3.0
Program ID Takebishi.Dxp.6
Access Path possible
Item ID Device name,Group name,Tag name are separated by delimiter.

OPC AE

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Version 1.10
Program ID Takebishi.DxpAe.6

OPC UA

URI opc.tcp://[hostname]:52240
Protocol TCP

SuiteLink *6

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Application Any(Default is 'DXPV6')
Topic Any(Default is Device name)

DxpLink

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Port no Any(Default is 9980)

Data type

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Data type VT_BOOL(BOOL),VT_BOOL|VT_ARRAY
VT_I1(8-bit signed integers),VT_I1|VT_ARRAY
VT_UI1(8-bit unsigned integers),VT_UI1|VT_ARRAY
VT_I2(16-bit signed integers),VT_I2|VT_ARRAY
VT_UI2(16-bit unsigned integers),VT_UI2|VT_ARRAY
VT_I4(32-bit signed integers),VT_I4|VT_ARRAY
VT_UI4(32-bit unsigned integers),VT_UI4|VT_ARRAY
VT_R4(32-bit real numbers),VT_R4|VT_ARRAY
VT_I8(64-bit signed integers),VT_I8|VT_ARRAY
VT_UI8(64-bit unsigned integers),VT_UI8|VT_ARRAY
VT_R8(64-bit real numbers),VT_R8|VT_ARRAY
VT_BSTR(String),VT_BSTR|VT_ARRAY
VT_ARRAY(Array)

Extended Tag name

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BOOL eg:M100 = 0 (Internal relay 100)
Bit position of word device(:nn) eg:D1:15 = 1 (15bit of Data register 1)
16-bit signed integers(:W) eg:D1:W = 32767 (Data register 1)
16-bit unsigned integers(:U) eg:D1:U = 65535 (Data register 1)
32-bit signed integers(:D) eg:D1:D = 2147483647 (32-bit integers of Data register 1 and 2)
32-bit unsigned integers(:DU) eg:D1:DU = 4294967295 (32-bit integers of Data register 1 and 2)
64-bit signed integers(:I) eg:D1:I = 2147483647 (64-bit integers of Data register 1 to 4)
64-bit unsigned integers(:IU) eg:D1:IU = 2147483647 (64-bit integers of Data register 1 to 4)
Integer BCD conversion(:B) eg:D1:B = 0x1234 (BCD code of Data register 1)
32-bit real numbers(:R) eg:D1:R = 9.876 (32-bit real number of Data register 1 and 2)
64-bit real numbers(:DR) eg:D1:DR = 1.23 (64-bit real number of Data register 1 to 4)
String(:Snn) eg:D1:S10 = "ABCDEF・・・" (String from D1 to D10)
Binary text(:Bnn) eg:D1:B10 = "00001111・・・" (Binary string from D1 to D10. 1 character per bit)
Octal text(:Onn) eg:D1:O10 = "173,142,60,・・・" (Octal text from D1 to D10 by CSV)
Decimal text(:Dnn) eg:D1:D10 = "32767, 255, -1, ・・・" (Decimal text from D1 to D10 by CSV)
Hexadecimal text(:Hnn) eg:D1:H10 = "FFFF00001234・・・" (Hexadecimal text from D1 to D10. 1 character per 4bit integers.)
Bit inverse(:V) eg:M0:V = FALSE (Bit inverse)
File write(:Fnn) eg:D0:BL = TRUE ( TRUE in Not zero, FALSE: zero)
File write(:Fnn) eg:D0:F10 = "C:\data.csv"( The write-in value of D0-D9 is stored in a CSV file, and specify the file. )
Array type(:Ann) eg:D1:A10 (Array from D1 to D10)
Read-only(:OR) eg:D1:OR (Read-Only tag)
Write-only(:OW) eg:D1:OW (Write-Only tag)