• Main Feature
  • The OPC Unified Architecture (UA) is a platform independent service-oriented architecture that integrates all the functionality of the individual OPC Classic specifications into one extensible framework. It is a machine to machine communication protocol designed for use in the industrial automation industry. OPC UA features cross-platform interoperability, unified access, standardized communication, and security.
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Windows Utility Server Status:
List current server information
Configurable server operations, there are start/stop and restart the server
Endpoints (UA TCP protocol, HTTPS protocol):
Configurable security modes
- Supports configurations including Anonymous, username/password, and encrypted username/password
- Configurable security policies
- Supports Basic128Rsa15/Basic256/Basic256Sha256
Manageable user access control
Configurable user verification options
Supports Windows logon users
Supports authenticate with certification
Supports anonymous user
Node Config:
Supports alarm notification
Supports historical data logging
To start or stop historical data logging
Import/Export server's address space to/from XML file
Product key activation
Login password update
NexUA Server Server Authentication:
OPC UA requires a bidirectional authentication of the Client and Server applications with X.509 application instance certificates during the establishment of a secure communication connection
Multi-user Authentication:
Windows logon and certification
Server Connection Protocols: UA TCP and HTTPS Client Connections: Max to 500 connections Node Configuration In: OPC UA, every entity in the address space is a node, to uniquely identify a Node, each node has a NodeId
Support OS Windows 7/8/8.1/10 32-bit/64-bit HiveX
Others IoT Studio Configuration Utility in Windows version InstallShield supported. (English/Tradition Chinese/Simple Chinese)
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