There have been requests lately asking for help with MiniPLC (same situation is with touchscreen process stations, anyway) alarm e-mail configuration. E-mailing did not work, although during tests in the office everything was OK.
The problem was with SMTP server: the MiniPLC is connected to the Internet via a provider who is able to allow access to particular SMTP servers only to prevent spamming from within the network. Contact your ISP or network admin to get the necessary data:
- name or IP address of the SMTP server
- user name (if this is not an anonymous server – today, nearly all servers request authentification)
- password for this user name
- port which the server listens on
- is the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol used?
Enter those data in the Project alarms configuration menu of the Touchscreen Editor.
NB.: even RcWare Vision can send e-mails, you only have to use scripting. We will be pleased to send you a sample project, just drop a mail to email@example.com. What is it good for? For example, automatic energy readouts sent to the utility provider at the beginning of each month…
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In 2004, our company had 3 members – its 3 founders. Today we have 5 departments, nearly 50 employees and we are part of the strong CEZ ESCO Group. At the beginning, we only offered two basic PLCs and one software in the Czech Republic. Today, we have countless products, an entire software family and nearly 200 distributors around the world. And none of this happened overnight. Let us remember a little bit what the road has looked like…
Our company will celebrate 15 years on the market this October. During this time Domat developed complex technology consists of PLCs, I/O modules, interface converters and number of field devices and regulators and especially the original software portfolio that pieces all the system out.
We have prepared for you the first batch of symbols for designing in BIM (Building Information Modeling). The libraries are designed for Revit version 2017 and later. There is an automatic upgrade to the newer versions. Components could be found in the 220.127.116.11 classification list (HVAC Controls).
This training will be a basic introduction to the Merbon IDE.
On 30 October, Domat will join forces with the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication in Brno.
This training is marked as an ongoing training to basic Merbon IDE training.