This OPC driver allows the user to output data from Qinsy as an OPC UA server.
In the Qinsy Consoleyou can find the Generic Editor . With the Generic Editor the user can create a driver definition file, which needs to be selected in the online Graphical User Interface (GUI).
In the database, the driver can be added as an Output System like shown below.
Port number 62555 is the default value but this can be changed.
The output type of the generic layout needs to be set to JSON.
The driver has an online user interface.
The following buttons are available at the top:
|Settings||Opens the settings for the OPC UA server. More info below.|
|Layout Editor||The OPC output is based on a generic output format (in JSON format). You can open the editor from here.|
Monitor the output.
|Show Log||This automatically opens the logfile that is being created.|
The following options are available:
|Server Status||Allows you to go online and offline with the server.|
|Layout File||Shows which generic output xml file is used.
Can be found here: C:\Users\Public\Documents\QPS\QINSy\Drivers\Definitions\Output
Shows the server endpoint.
You can change the language and theme (how it looks) here.
|Port||Number as entered in the template setup.|
|Endpoint||Hostname: the PC name is used in the "Server Endpoint".
IP Address: the IP adress is used in the "Server Endpoint".
|Last Usable||You can set a timeout setting for this status.
In the example above, the value gets the status "UncertainLastUsableValue" after 5 seconds.
You can set a timeout setting for this status.
Here you can enable and disable the user access by a username and password.
This username and password then need to be entered on the client side in order to decode the data.