Cloud Logging

Publish OPC-UA Variables using PLC Designer

Share variables via OPC UA protocol Open the project in PLC Designer Make sure that the selected controller supports OPC UA protocol by going to Device → Log (Currently supported Lenze controllers: 3200C, p500, c300, p300, C5x0, c750 ): Right click Application in the Devices window, then select Add Object.. → Symbol Configuration: Tick off …

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Export data

You can easily export your data in a .csv format, which you can then use in Microsoft Excel, 3rd party BI Tools, or other programs for more advanced analytics. The data from any widget inside a data report can be exported. The data that is displayed in the widget, together with the time period that you have shown, …

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Live monitors

Live monitors show your machine’s real-time data. A live monitor supports four types of widgets to give you clear insight in your actual data. You don’t need to set up a VPN connection to view live monitors. Visualization in a live monitor does not affect your Cloud Logging credit (data points per hour). However, the configuration …

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Data reports

Data reports show your historical data. A data report supports five types of widgets to give you clear insight in your historical data. You don’t need to set up a VPN connection to view data reports. Visualization in a data report does not affect your Cloud Logging credit (data points per hour). However, the configuration of …

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Configure triggers

You can log your data at 3 different events, which you configure in the data tag itself: A static interval. When its value changes. On custom trigger. This article explains how you add a custom trigger to use in your data tags. Note that you can use the same trigger in multiple data tags. For other information regarding the …

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Configure data tags

The second step in Cloud Logging is to configure data tags. Data tags describe how you wish to log your variables. You can choose to log them at a static interval (100ms – 1hour), when their value changes, or on a custom trigger. Additionally, you define how long the data should be stored (retention policy). Add data tags …

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Import variables: CSV file structure

The import function in the data source configurator is, together with the export function, built to easily and effortlessly copy variables from one device to another. Additionally, you can use the import function to prepare variables in a CSV file and load them all at once into your configurator. This article explains the structure of the CSV file and the syntax of …

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