OPCcalc

OPCcalc® and EDICTvb.Net (v.4.5.0)

Exele Calculation Engines for OPC (DA/HDA) and OSIsoft PI
Version 4.5.0 highlights:
– Visual Studio 2017, .Net Framework 4.5
– Equation Editor updates
– Equation Database updates
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OPCcalc® and EDICTvb.Net (v.4.4.7)

Exele Calculation Engines for OPC (DA/HDA) and OSIsoft PI
Version 4.4.7 highlights:
– Equation Editor improvements
– Automatic equation library backup
– Recalculation logging level
– Equation Scheduler using Equation Server API
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OPCcalc® and EDICTvb.Net (v.4.3.0)

Exele Calculation Engines for OPC (DA/HDA) and OSIsoft PI
Version 4.3 highlights:
– Visual Studio 2015 and .Net Framework 4.6
– Missing tag support
– Completed execution count
– Equation Server API updates
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OPCcalc® and EDICTvb.Net (v.4.2.0)

Exele Calculation Engines for OPC (DA/HDA) and OSIsoft PI
Version highlights:
– Sub-second calculations and messaging
– Equation Server API
– Editor: Dockable Windows
– OPCcalc support for HDA-Only OPC Servers
– OPCcalc: read/write full OPC-DA tag quality ($QUALITY_DA, $SETQUAL_DA)
– OPCcalc: Additional OPCHDA Aggregate support
– Recalculation status screen: “runtime” and “time left” added
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OPCcalc® and EDICTvb.Net (v.4.1.2)

OPCcalc® and EDICTvb.Net (v.4.1.2) OPCcalc® is a vendor-neutral, process calculation framework for OPC data. OPCcalc allows you to easily create and manage process calculations that read and write current and historical OPC data. EDICTvb.Net™ is a process calculation framework for OSISoft PI. EDICTvb.Net allows you to easily create and manage process calculations that read and write current and historical PI data.  Version 4.1.2 Release Version Read More


OPCcalc® and EDICTvb.Net (v.4.0.0)

OPCcalc® and EDICTvb.Net (v.4.0.0). OPCcalc® is a vendor-neutral, process calculation framework for OPC data. OPCcalc allows you to easily create and manage process calculations that read and write current and historical OPC data. OPCcalc handles all of the “plumbing” for your equations, letting you concentrate on your calculation logic. Read More