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*Support OPC standards as both a server and a client for fast, reliable communications with an extensive variety of hardware devices.
 
*Support OPC standards as both a server and a client for fast, reliable communications with an extensive variety of hardware devices.
  
== RSView32 Active Display System ==
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==RSView32 Active Display System==
 
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It is a true client/server application that adds on to and extends the reach of our RSView32 HMI software. By means of RSView32 Active Display System, we can view and control our RSView32 projects from remote locations.  
It is a true '''client/server application''' that adds on to and extends the reach of our RSView32 HMI software. By means of RSView32 Active Display System, we can view and control our RSView32 projects from remote locations.
 
 
 
 
==RSView32 Web Server==
 
==RSView32 Web Server==
 
It allows anyone with a valid RSView32 user account to access snapshot views of graphic displays, tags, and alarms through any standard web browser.  
 
It allows anyone with a valid RSView32 user account to access snapshot views of graphic displays, tags, and alarms through any standard web browser.  
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*Organize tags in folders  
 
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[[Category: Rockwell]]
 

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