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How to send data of one point to another on one PC by IEC

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How to send data of one point to another on one PC by IEC

Good day,

 

i know it's a very simple question and it makes with about dozen clicks, but i'm just started you learn GeoSCADA and i've got a problem
Can anyone describe me what should i do to send data of one point to another with IEC-104 using only one PC (GeoSCADA Expert 2019)

Sincerely regards.


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Re: How to send data of one point to another on one PC by IEC

Do you have two outstations here, or are you just talking about a single outstation and the Geo SCADA Expert SCADA platform?

 

If you're trying to get two outstations to talk to each other, then you should NOT involve Geo SCADA Expert.

Have one be the master, and the other the slave in such a connection.

 

The master for the peer-to-peer communications in the situation above could still be a slave for the communications to Geo SCADA Expert.

 

 

If you're just communicating from Geo SCADA Expert to a single outstation, then you'd want to be using the IEC60870-5 objects (Channel, Outstation Set, Outstation) and then either an Analog Output or a Digital Output point configured to suit the IOA of the point on the outstation in question.   This will then provide the Control method to allow for changing the values.


Lead Control Systems Engineer for Alliance Automation (VIC).
All opinions are my own and do not represent the opinions or policies of my employer, or of my cat..

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Re: How to send data of one point to another on one PC by IEC

Do you have two outstations here, or are you just talking about a single outstation and the Geo SCADA Expert SCADA platform?

 

If you're trying to get two outstations to talk to each other, then you should NOT involve Geo SCADA Expert.

Have one be the master, and the other the slave in such a connection.

 

The master for the peer-to-peer communications in the situation above could still be a slave for the communications to Geo SCADA Expert.

 

 

If you're just communicating from Geo SCADA Expert to a single outstation, then you'd want to be using the IEC60870-5 objects (Channel, Outstation Set, Outstation) and then either an Analog Output or a Digital Output point configured to suit the IOA of the point on the outstation in question.   This will then provide the Control method to allow for changing the values.


Lead Control Systems Engineer for Alliance Automation (VIC).
All opinions are my own and do not represent the opinions or policies of my employer, or of my cat..
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Re: How to send data of one point to another on one PC by IEC

Thank you very much! I did it.