Cloud Access

Write data to Siemens PLCs using Lenze’s HTTP service

With Cloud Logging you can read data from your Siemens PLC. However, you can also remotely write data to your Siemens PLC by using the PLC’s HTTP server in combination with Lenze’s HTTP service. This enables you to easily, quickly, and securely make the necessary changes to values inside the PLC without the need for a VPN connection or additional software. Activate the HTTP server on your …

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VNC service, and how to set it up

When your PLC, HMI, or other hardware runs a VNC server, you can access it without requiring a VPN connection. With your Lenze account you can quickly access the VNC server on any mobile and desktop device with an internet connection. The next steps show you how to set up a VNC service. Go to [Devices] in the main menu, select the concerning device, open its [Services] tab, and press …

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HTTP(s) service, and how to set it up

When your PLC, HMI, or other hardware runs an HTTP or HTTPS server, you can access it without requiring a VPN connection. With your Lenze account you can quickly access the HTTP or HTTPS server on any mobile and desktop device with an internet connection. The next steps show you how to set up an HTTP or HTTPS service. Go to [Devices] in the main menu, select the concerning device, …

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What is Cloud Access?

We developed Cloud Access so you can easily access your machine’s HTTP(S), VNC or WebSocket server without requiring a VPN connection. This enables you to access your machine’s servers on any mobile and desktop device with an internet connection. The necessary client runs on the X4 remote and connects to your PLC/HMI via the x500 IoT gateway’s secure VPN connection. You …

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