Access over a web interface of the PLC (e)
- I/O Modules
- I/O bus
- Process stations
- Design step by step
- System topology
- Autonomous system (without networking) (a)
- Autonomous system, local display on the panel door (b)
- Process station, terminal with touch screen (c, d)
- Access over a web interface of the PLC (e)
- Remote web access (f)
- SCADA on a dedicated workstation (g)
- Supervisory system with remote access over the Internet (h)
- Operation over a mobile application (i)
- 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 for terminals. There may be terminals and other clients connected to PLCs at the same time, just note that the maximum number of client connections is not exceeded, see above. The web interface is available in MiniPLCs, too).
Example of web browser integration
The web pages are stored in the PLCs.
The specification remains unchanged, there are no licences nor hardware modules required for web access to the process stations.