DataHub OPC Bridge

Bridge Data between OPC Servers

The DataHub® OPC Bridge™ lets you connect OPC servers, so that a change in one piece of equipment can be communicated directly to another. You can scale or modify your data as it passes through the DataHub, and define more complex relationships with the built-in Scripting language. Connect several OPC servers and clients to create a common data set, and the multi-threaded interface means that a slow or non-responsive server will not slow down any other connections.

DataHub OPC Bridge Diagram
What it does
  • Connects OPC servers to each other and lets them exchange data.
  • Consolidates data from other systems and bridge to OPC servers.
Benefits
  • Versions for both OPC UA and OPC DA (Classic).
  • Connect multiple servers and clients in a single, unified data set.
  • Can perform transformations on the data (e.g. convert degrees F to C).
  • Use with tunnelling for networked bridging.

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Standard features
  • OPC DA or OPC UA Support – connect to OPC DA or UA servers and clients.
  • Data Bridging – connect two or more data sources to share data in real time.
  • Data Aggregation – merge data from multiple sources into a common data set.
  • QuickTrend – view live, real-time trends for selected data.
  • Scripting – program custom solutions to meet your specific needs.
  • Security – control access and set permissions for users and groups.
Popular add-on features
  • Tunnel/Mirror – secure networking of OPC data without DCOM problems.
  • WebView – build and display private cloud-based web pages.
  • OPC A&E – connect to OPC A&E servers and clients.
  • Modbus – connect to Modbus TCP slave devices.
  • Database Write – write data to any ODBC database.
  • Database Read – read data from any ODBC database.

Other add-on features for the DataHub OPC Bridge include DDE/Excel Support for connecting to Excel spreadsheets and other DDE servers, Email/SMS Notification to receive an email or SMS message based on data changes, Data Historian to store and retrieve large volumes of data at high speeds, Data Redundancy to do hot standby switching between identical data sources, and Camera to stream live video or images of your system.