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OPC Servers (a few)
Visualization
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OPC
OPC Clients
OPC is the modern technology for connecting devices and systems. WowBMS can connect to any OPC Server.
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OPC Clients
OPC Servers
OPC Servers
Resource Solutions, the creator of WowBMS/EMS has its own line of OPC Servers, so it is all in one hand.
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OPC Servers
Data Conversion
Raw Data Conversion
Since OPC Server data comes in many forms, WowBMS/EMS allows easy and advanced conversion of raw data.
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Raw Data Conversion
Protocols
Devices
Resource Solutions has been working with devices and their protocols for over 21 years now. We have written over 166 device drivers. Some of the main automation protocols: BACNet, Profinet, Knx/EIB, LON, Modbus, Profibus, M-Bus, and Hart, for example.
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Devices
Database
SQL DB Import/Export
WowBMS/EMS can import and export data to any ODBC database. This can be made even more advanced by scripting!
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SQL DB Import/Export
Scripting
Scripting
WowBMS/EMS has its own JavaScript engine built in, with special functions for Drawing, Data Conversion, Exporting to Excel, Controlling devices, and much more.
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Scripting
SNMP
SNMP
SNMP OPC Server is a universal server for any SNMP OPC Client. It can also write to a ODBC database.
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SNMP
BACNet
BACNet
BACNet is turning out to be the #1 automation protocol. Our OPC Server also write history data to an ODBC database which WowBMS/EMS can import.
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BACNet
Profitnet
Profinet
The follower of Profibus. This OPC Server also store history data in an ODBC Database.
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Profinet
Knx/EIB
Knx/EIB
European Installation Bus (EIB) and its follower Knx IP, perfect for Smart Home and Industrial automation. This server also writes history data to an ODBC server.
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Knx/EIB
Modbus
Modbus
Simple protocol for reading memory positions out of a Modbus capable device. Writes history data to ODBC database.
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Modbus
Bosch UGM
Bosch UGM
Another universal device from Bosch (Telenorma) UGM, uses RS232. Used for Fire and Contacts.
Bosch UGM
Cerberus
Cerberus
OPC Server for all Cerberus devices: MK7022, Fire CS11, Intrusion CS440, and Gas CS60
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Cerberus
Siemens Siport
Siport
Siemens Siport is a access control device. It also has the ability to be extended with contacts.
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Siport
Thor
Thor
The Thor - Hi Sec OPC Server provides a standard interface to the Hi Sec over OPC.
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Thor
Ecos Web II
Ecos Web
The Webman II OPC connects to Webman II from Ecos systems through a web service using SOAP, then the OPC Server makes this data available to OPC Clients.
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Ecos Web
Tetronik DAKS
Tetronik DAKS
The Tetronik DAKS OPC Server provides a standard interface to the DAKS over OPC. The DAKS uses ESPA-X version 1.0 to speak to the OPC Server. So, the full communication path looks like this: DAKS <- ESPA-X -> OPC Server <- OPC -> OPC Clients. All the ESPA-X commands and their respective fields are built up in the OPC, buy setting these fields and then setting the desired command item, i.e. CommandCall, an ESPA-X call start command is sent. Calls can be started for Groups or for individual Phones.
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Tetronik DAKS
Ascom OAP
Ascom OAP
The Open Access Protocol (OAP) is used as an interface between external applications or systems, and a cordless telephone system and/or System 900. The protocol enables exchange of data between the systems, for example handset alarms and messages. Examples of applications are integration of cordless telephone system and System 900 services with a Nurse Call System. It can also be used to interface a building automation system or handle machine alarms in a production process etc.
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Ascom OAP
Tyco ZX Expert
Tyco ZX Expert
The Tyco ZX/MX Expert OPC server provides a standard interface to the ZX Expert over OPC.
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Tyco ZX Expert
Tyco Filnet
Tyco Filnet
The Tyco Filnet OPC server provides a standard interface to the Zettler Filnet over OPC.
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Tyco Filnet
Siemens SigmaSys/SM88
Siemens SigmaSys/SM88
The SigmaSys OPC server provides a standard interface to the Siemens SigmaSys and SM88 over OPC.
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Siemens SigmaSys/SM88
Shrack BMZ
Shrack BMZ
The Schrack BMZ OPC Server provides a standard interface to the Schrack BMZ over OPC.
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Shrack BMZ
Essernet
Essernet
The Essernet OPC Server provides a standard interface to the Essernet over OPC via com ports.
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Essernet
Gilbarco TLS
GilBarco TLS
The Gilbarco TLS OPC Server provides a standard interface to the TLS Protocol devices over OPC. It currently supports TLS 300, 350, 350R, 4, 450, 450Plus devices. The OPC Server does not support history, setup/database, and reconciliation commands, it only supports operational reports and diagnostic messages/commands.
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GilBarco TLS
UTC ATS Intrusion
UTC ATS Intrusion
OPC Server for ATS/Challenger Control Panels
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UTC ATS Intrusion
STUV
STUV
OPC Server for STUV JVA door controllers. With STUV, customers receive everything from a single source: from individual quarter-turn locks to complete control technology for high-security systems.
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STUV
Graphs/Plotting
Graphs
Each data point can be graphed, and each graph can be configured. These graphs import the history data that our OPC Server has written. The graph can be exported to an Excel spreadsheet or as an image.
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Graphs
Scripts
Scripts
Using scripts in the graphic area is a perfect way to show unique data or comparison charts. The script can even handle mouse clicks and perform tasks like update or export.
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Scripts
Graphic Elements
Graphic Elements
WowBMS has a multitude of built in graphic elements: Bars, Gauges, Status/Value, Video, Rectangles, Arcs, Lines. Each with its own set of configurable properties. If that isn't enough then use one of the standard scripts or write your own.
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Graphic Elements
User Defined Symbols
User Defined Symbols
Apart from the intelligent objects there is the possibility that each elements drawing is taken from a definable symbol. Making it easy to create new elements and then just use them on symbols in a graphic.
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User Defined Symbols
Layers
Layers
The graphics in the control display are layered. This gives the ability to hide complete floors, types of sensors, making the display less cluttered, if so desired.
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Layers
Framesets
Framesets
Each workstation can have its own frameset allowing for space and monitor optimization, plus user filtering.
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Framesets
Display Frame
Graphic Display
The display frame is the main frame for visualization. There is one main display and any number of sub display frames. In the display frames, all the graphic elements are placed. This shows the actual status and can send commands through scripting.
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Graphic Display
Alarm List Frame
Alarm List
The alarm list frame shows all statuses that are considered abnormal by the configuration. Each status can be designated as abnormal and needing attention. Each object can also get its own status configuration, so that the status means something different for each sensor. A script can also be associated with a sensor and when the alarm list entry is clicked on the script is executed allowing for dynamic alarm text creation, sending emails, changing status, sending commands to devices, the possibilities are limitless.
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Alarm List
Alarm Info
Alarm Info
The alarm info frame allows for a user to add information about an alarm or event. The information is logged and can be used in future reference to the event/alarm.
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Alarm Info
Alarm Text/Measure Frame
Alarm Text
The alarm text frame can show any kind of text or graphic, especially suited for HTML or PDF. The text can come out of a file or be dynamically created through a script.
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Alarm Text
Video Live Frame
Video
The video frame takes a input from a graphic card, or frame grabber card. It can also show web cameras.
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Video
Chat Frame
Chat
The chat frames allows all stations to chat about current events.
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Chat
Object Tree Frame
Object Tree
The object tree shows workstations, sensors, and displays in a tree format. By clicking on the tree items, the main graphic display will switch to the associated display. This frame has a handy search possibility for easy sensor finding.
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Object Tree