OPC UA certified products ensure seamless flow of information in your industrial network. OPC Foundation’s compliance program aims to help product companies deliver high-quality products that can seamlessly operate with any other OP product in the market, irrespective of the vendor/make. Such certified products enable you to leverage various benefits such as:

  • Guaranteed interoperability
  • Improvement in the usability of the product as they are standardized to meet global requirements
  • High efficiency in the overall management of resources

Why OPC products are required for Industries?

One of the main challenges that manufacturing industries including OEMs, discrete manufactures, etc. face is to create an ecosystem where production and business processes coexist. OPC products are designed for interoperability among different manufacturing systems and business applications. It gives efficient access to real-time plant-floor information, which in turn improved the overall efficiency of the manufacturing plants. Owing to its multi-dimensional benefits, customers demand certified OPC products to meet their business and operational requirements.

OPC Products provided by Utthunga

Our OPC certified products permits you to transform your IIoT experience for a productive and efficient operation. Our uOPC Server is interoperable in heterogeneous plant networks with controllers and devices from a wide variety of vendors like Rockwell, Siemens, Schneider, and others.

Check out our OPC certified products portfolio to know how they can help you with all levels of communication within your company:

uOPC® Modbus Server

Utthunga provides a robust uOPC Modbus server that is designed to improve the connectivity to Modbus connected devices. Our Modbus server is efficient in communicating with devices that support Modbus TCP, RTU and ASCII protocols.

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uOPC® Tunneller

Utthunga’s OPC Tunneller provides a robust and secure platform for accurate data transmission between separate networks. OPC Tunneller is flexible and can also operate under unprecedented situations like an unreliable initial network setups, satellite or wireless networks.

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uOPC® Aggregation Server

Utthunga’s OPC Aggregation server gathers data from various OPC servers and consolidates them into a simple unified data source. uOPC Aggregation server supports OPC DA (v1.0, 2.0 and 3.0), OPC AE 1.0, OPC HDA 1.0, OPC UA 1.02.

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uOPC®  MTConnect Server

The uOPC®  MTConnect Server enables real-time communication between CNCs/MTConnect agents and OPC compliant client applications like ERP, MES, HMI, SCADA, Enterprise Asset Management, Analytics applications, and IIoT platforms.

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Redundancy Server

Utthunga’s uOPC® Redundancy Server seamlessly triggers the switchover from one OPC Server to another in the event of any network failures, downtime, failed OPC Servers or even non-responsive OPC Servers.

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