[?]: iPLC RW - iPod,iPhone,iPad variables table

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nebula
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[?]: iPLC RW - iPod,iPhone,iPad variables table

Post by nebula » Thu Nov 18, 2010 10:51 pm

Variables table directly in your own iPod,iPhone or iPad (application looks like is universal for different iOS devices).

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/iplc-rw/id393751540?mt=8

Actually just updated to new version that solve little problems related to S7 connection (it was not working in my iPod before...). Now looks ok.
I just hope in new releases because it's quite poor actually...

Ever test it?
With iPLC RW you will able to establish IP communication via local Wireless Networks with PLC's via Modbus or Siemens TCP communication protocols.
Like SCADA applications, iPLC RW will allow you to create several links with different PLC's and for each link define points of different data types (bool,byte,word,integer,floating point) and read actual values.


Modbus:
Based on RFC791/RFC793 communication protocols, communicate with several types of devices that support Modbus request/reply protocol (TCP port 502). Based on

Siemens:
Based on RFC1006 communication protocol, communicate with Siemens S7 PLC series (TCP port 102). Simatic and STEP 7 are registered Siemens AG trademarks.

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monty_burns_007
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Re: [?]: iPLC RW - iPod,iPhone,iPad variables table

Post by monty_burns_007 » Wed Jun 01, 2011 4:46 pm

any link for this one ? I'm interested.
If not i'm making my own modbus tcp iphone soft.
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Re: [?]: iPLC RW - iPod,iPhone,iPad variables table

Post by alansal » Wed Sep 07, 2011 6:00 pm

anyone interested in sharing this file?

monty_burns_007
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Re: [?]: iPLC RW - iPod,iPhone,iPad variables table

Post by monty_burns_007 » Wed Sep 07, 2011 6:18 pm

i don't have it... maybe someone else ?
If you have a mac and Xcode and ios SDK, you can make your own modbus software like i'm making at the moment.

although would be neat to get a free soft for the iOS platform

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