Access over a web interface (f)
- I/O Modules
- I/O bus
- Process stations
- Connecting the process station to network
- Design step by step
- System topology
- Autonomous system (without networking), MiniPLC (a, b)
- Autonomous system, process station with a touch screen (c, d)
- Autonomous system, touch screen control (e)
- Access over a web interface (f)
- Remote web access (g)
- SCADA on a dedicated workstation (h)
- SCADA with a web access (i, j)
- SCADA with several workplaces (k)
- Management system for more local management stations (l)
- Management station
- Other network and communication components
- Third party system integration
All previously listed topologies possess this functionality, it is only necessary to configure the process station so as to fit into the local network, and design the graphic web pages in the same way as the touch screen panels in the HMI Editor (the web interface is available in MiniPLCs, too).
The web pages may be saved at the process station with touch screen, or in the MiniPLC controllers, or at both locations. The MiniPLC should host the web pages if the web access should be possible even if the touch screen is offline, the touch screen web may combine data from multiple PLCs in one web page.
The specification remains unchanged, there are no licences nor hardware modules required for web access to the process stations.