Integration Objects’ OPC Data Archivers are advanced OPC clients software allowing users to connect to multiple OPC servers to collect real-time process data,
historical process data or alarms and events from various process and automation data sources connected through the network and historize those data into relational databases or flat files.
The supported databases are Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft Access or any other ODBC or ADO-compliant database.
Our OPC client software solutions for OPC data archiving are available for download for free trial purposes.
OPC Easy Archiver
With the OPC Easy Archiver, you can also setup rules to supervise a list of critical tags and configure actions to be undertaken automatically when specific statuses are detected true. You can, for example, dispatch alert messages to end users via email, overwrite data values, start/stop the data archiving process based on watchdog tag values. This feature can be useful to automatically trigger a history catch-up functionality.
OPC AE Archiver
OPC AE Archiver is Integration Objects’ solution to collect OPC AE data and historize it to a database that is ADO or ODBC compliant. OPC Alarms and Events Archiver enables you to monitor alarms and events from one or more OPC AE Servers within your plant network. Furthermore, it archives OPC AE data into any ODBC or ADO-compliant database and thus allowing you to build an alarms database with a few clicks.
OPC DA HDA Archiver
Integration Objects’ OPC DA HDA Archiver allows you to interface with any OPC DA or HDA servers in order to retrieve both real-time and historical data from the various process and data sources within your plant. Furthermore, the OPC HDA Archiver stores the collected data in CSV files, XML files or any ODBC or ADO-compliant database such as Oracle, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access and Informix.
OPC DA Archiver
Integration Objects’ OPC DA Archiver allows you to interface with several OPC DA servers to access real-time data from various process and data sources connected to your network. Furthermore, the OPC DA Archiver archives the collected data in any ODBC or ADO-compliant databases such as Oracle, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access and Informix. This way OPC data archives will readily available to you for further processing, analysis and reporting.