Use OAS Data Route when you need to transfer data from one OAS direct driver or OPC server to another direct driver or OPC server. The Drivers or OPC servers can be local or remote.
Step 1 – Create the driver see the appropriate data source in the Data Sources Section (If using OPC DA Skip this step)
Step 2 – Create the source Tag. Refer to Configure – Tags for additional information on tag configuration.
Step 3 – Select the Target Tab
Step 4 – On the target tab check Enable Write to Target
Step 5 – Select the Destination Type (OPC Item, Tag or Azure IoT)
Step 6 – If OPC Item is selected select browse and select the OPC server and Item
If Tag is selected then select Browse and select the desired OAS tag.
If Azure IoT is selected then select Browse and select the desired Azure Driver
Step 7 – Enter the desired Deadband in the Float Deadband field. Enter 0 for no deadband.
Step 8 – If you want to specify a desired update frequency for the target check Write Continuously and enter the desired frequency. If Write Contentiously is unchecked the the target will be updated every time the source tag changes.
Step 9 – Click Apply Changes
Overview – Data Route
The OAS Data Route product allows an OAS Service to write values from any Tag to any Tag, OPC Server, or IoT Driver. Providing easy Protocol Translation between Devices or IoT solutions. This also simplifies remote networking by installing the OAS Service at each OPC Server system and take advantage of the built in .NET WCF communications in Open Automation Software.