Yes, you heard it right!
All M-series Super PLCs are Internet-ready - you can remotely program, monitor or control
your Super PLC-controlled equipment via the Internet at any time. Your PLC can also dial
up via modem to get connected to the Internet, send an email or to save data to a remote
location! We have the complete software and hardware solutions to attain all the above
promised features today!
There are two ways of connecting the M-series PLC to the PLC:
1) Via the TLServer software running on a PC - The PC must
already be connected to the LAN or the internet. This cost next to nothing because the
TLServer is included with the Internet TRiLOGI programming software.
2) Via the Ethernet
XServer module to connect to a LAN or the Internet.
To find out more about this exciting capability of your Super
PLC, please click on the following links:
Note: The above link table will appear in every page of
monitoring, control or updating of PLC programs from anywhere using a web browser.
(username and password access requirements protect the system from unauthorized access)
EMAIL: PLC can
automatically send Emails to users upon event occurrence or can be programmed
to periodically send production reports, etc.
Excel Link: Automatic
linking of data from multiple PLCs located at multiple sites around the world into an
Excel spreadsheet for instant computation of real time process or production data.
(Require purchase of TRi-ExcelLink
- Graphical User Interface (GUI): Enables you to
write your own GUI for remote data acquisition or control via the Internet. Our Java
API class library can greatly simplify your job of logging into the PLC webserver
("TLServer") and controlling the PLC via the Internet. For example, an applet
that is shown on the right which can continuously monitor the PLC's internal clock and the
logic states of the Input 1 and Output 1 can be created within less than half an hour. See Source Code Listing