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IEC 104 Client / IEC 104 Client Tags Configuration

IEC 104 Client Tags Configuration

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In this video of our N3uron Academy, we’ll integrate IEC104 server tags into our data model, which in this case will be an RTAC controller.

  • [02:36] IEC 104 Client Tags Configuration

Transcription

[00:00] Welcome back! In our last video, I guided you through setting up the N3uron IEC 104 Client connection. Now, let’s take the next step and integrate IEC104 server tags into our data model, which in this case will be an RTAC controller. I’ll go to the “System” section and select the “Config” tab. From there, I’ll move to the “Tags” subsection. In the Model header, I’ll click on the menu, choose “New Tag”, and name it “BitString40”. Let’s set the tag Type as Boolean. Next, in the Source configuration, I’ll enable the source and select Module Type as Iec104Client from the dropdown menu. Also, remember to choose the Module Name as Iec104Client, just like we named it earlier. I will set the device path to “RTAC/Controller01”.

[01:00] Next, I’ll configure the Information Object Address (IOA) to 40. This address uniquely identifies a specific data object within a remote device. Lastly, I’ll set the data type to “Bit string” and assign “Value” to the Variable parameter. The Variable parameter defines the information to be extracted from the bit string data received and assigned to the tag value. Now, I will create two more tags, both of which will be of “Number” type. The first tag will be named “DoublePoint21”, with an IOA of 21 and a data type of “Double point”. The second tag will be “FloatingPoint52”, with an IOA of 52 and a data type of “Floating point”.

[02:11] The variable value for both tags will be set to “Value”. After configuring these settings and saving the changes, I’ll navigate to the “Data” section and select the “Real Time” tab. Excellent! The tags are being read correctly, and they display good quality. Thanks for joining, and see you in the next video!

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