Edmonton, Alberta, October 4, 2011 - The latest release of the OPC Server for GE Turbines from MatrikonOPC™ now supports OPC Alarms and Events data. This addition provides engineers with access to both real-time and alarm and event data from their GE Turbines.
Accessing and acknowledging turbine alarms and events is a crucial element for centralized management and trouble-shooting. This OPC server brings all your plant processes into a single window for simple management and troubleshooting by integrating the Turbine system with other automation components in the enterprise such as HMIs, Historians and ERP systems.
"By expanding the capabilities of the OPC Server for GE Turbines, we provide clients with the most complete GE Turbine open connectivity solution available. This capability gives our clients the access and flexibility they need to effectively do their jobs without worrying about how to get at the underlying GE Turbine data," said Darek Kominek, Marketing Manager at MatrikonOPC.
Direct connectivity to the GE Mark turbine controllers - eliminating the need for iDOS and GSM, greatly simplifying migrations to any modern HMI or Historian.
Enables users to import controllers’ information from the TCI PC configuration files (Site’s configuration files).
Supports process, diagnostic alarms, and logic events via simple OPC A&E.
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