Video Tutorial: Real-Time Collection for GE Ethernet Controllers

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Oct 19, 2023 2:00:00 PM

The GE Ethernet family of PLCs and PACs is one of the most popular controllers across many automated industries. If you're reading this, you likely have at least one GE Ethernet controller being used in your industrial process and need to integrate data from that process.

The TOP Server GE Ethernet driver supports data access from devices using the GE SRTP Ethernet Protocol, including Series 90-30, Series 90-70, Horner OCS (Horner's Operator Control Stations), PACSystems RX3i and RX7i, and the VersaMax Family, as well as an expanded range of GE PLCs through the open device model selection within the driver.

In this video blog, I'll show you how to get started using our GE Ethernet driver to connect and gather real-time process data from GE controllers for HMI, SCADA, MES and other client applications.

Watch this video to learn step-by-step how to get started using the GE Ethernet driver, including best practices and basic setup, for collecting real-time data for your variety of client applications.

Just to summarize, in this video, I've shown you:

  1. TOP Server best practices when working with GE Ethernet.
  2. How to configure a TOP Server channel using the GE Ethernet driver.
  3. How to configure a TOP Server GE Ethernet device.
  4. How to configure tags for a TOP Server GE Ethernet device.

Check out our TOP Server Learning Resources for more information and tutorial videos to help you get started collecting real-time data from your devices.

As always, please contact our support team with any questions and don't forget to subscribe to our blog to find out about the latest updates to TOP Server.

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Lauren Conrad
Written by Lauren Conrad

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