KEPServerEX Version 5.13 Releases Today with Strengthened Flexibility and Interoperability

Oct. 15, 2013
KEPServerEX has released an updated communications platform, KEPServerEX version 5.13.

Kepware Technologies has  released an updated communications platform, KEPServerEX version 5.13. Its enhancements and new features strengthen our support of essential industry standards, enabling interoperability and optimizing communications across multiple vertical industries.

With this release, Kepware is proud to provide users with the following enhancements:

Device Demand Poll: Implement on-demand, client-driven polling to best suit the needs of the client application.

Allen-Bradley ControlLogix Unsolicited Driver: Communicate with EtherNet/IP CIP Connected Messaging for improved performance and ODVA compliance.

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EFM Exporter: Collect and export EFM gas data to any SQL database for custom applications and analysis.

Fisher ROC Serial and Fisher ROC Plus Serial drivers: Read and write to the User Defined Points (also known as "soft points") in these devices that are used by User Programs.

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