PLC Web Server
FP Web Server
The FP web server allows PLC data to be presented as HTML (or XML) pages, giving access via standard Internet browser. There is the option for password protection. The same web server allows for the sending of emails via LAN e-mail server or Internet dial-up. The emails can be PLC-defined or pre-stored e-mail text. The PLC data array can be attached to an e-mail.
Details of our PLC Web Server
Details of our PLC Web Server include:
- Uses existing Intranet, saves wiring
- Uses standard browser, saves Scada software
- Remote control
- Remote monitoringM
- Remote programming
- Alarm information via e-mail
Web Configuration Tool
Configuration Software: FP Web Configuration Tool. Our Windows-based programme helps you easily set up and configure the FP Web-Server, e.g.:
- Automatic integration of PLC data into HTML pages
- Preparation of pre-stored e-mail addresses and texts
- Internet dial-up and e-mail server settings
- TCP/IP address and parameter changes
- Passwords and security setup
- IEC 60870-5 parameters and modem settings
- Configuration of different functions
Using the Internet or Intranet (Ethernet LAN or WAN)
The PLC connects to the FP Web-Server via RS232C and MEWTOCOL; the FP Web-Server uses an Ethernet (10Base-T / 100Base-TX) connection to access the TCP/IP network.
Using a Dial-up Network
The PLC connects to the FP Web-Server via RS232C and MEWTOCOL. A modem is connected to the second RS232C of the FP Web-Server. The modem can be dialled up via telephone line. The modem can also be used for Internet dial-up and to send e-mails via an Internet e-mail server.
Combinations: LAN plus Dial-up Gateway
Any combination of the above LAN and dial-up concepts is possible, e.g. an Ethernet network connecting several FP Web-Servers and an additional FP Web-Server initialised as a gateway for dial-up connections and to send e-mails via Internet dial-up.
Visualisation and remote control via HTTP
PLC data can be presented as HTML pages
Control FPWIN remote programming via TCP/IP
Programming and monitoring access via Ethernet
Alarm sending via e-mail:
Predefined alarm messages can be sent to a user (optionally via Internet dial-up)
Contact us for our PLC Web Servers
For more information regarding our PLC Web Servers or Web Configuration Tools then please contact us today. Call us direct on 01827 310 666 or fill out our online enquiry form and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.