Cyberlogic Announces Version 7.1 Release

What's New in Version 7.1

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Version 7.1 includes new and updated products, new product features, and additional operating system support.

You can download version 7.1 products from www.cyberlogic.com. Customers with version 7.0 installations can install 7.1 to bring their existing product up to date at no charge and with no additional activation needed. Discounted upgrade pricing is available for users with version 6 installations.

All customers can download the full versions of all products for a free 14-day trial.

New Feature: Math and Logic

The OPC Crosslink Premier Suite, DHX OPC Premier Suite and MBX OPC Premier Suite include the new Math and Logic feature:

Math and Logic allows you to write programs in the C-logic™ programming language. These programs can include complex mathematical and logical functions that operate on one or more data items. The results appear as data items that are available to the OPC clients.

Basic OPC servers may provide a limited ability to simulate data or convert the values into engineering units, but rely on the client software to handle more complex calculations. A far better approach is to use Cyberlogic's Math and Logic to process the data in the OPC server. This lets you program the calculations and logical functions once for the entire system. You do the programming one time, in one place, using a single editor and programming language.

Cyberlogic's Math and Logic implementation includes many advanced features, some of which are unique to Cyberlogic. Here are just a few of them:

  • Familiar programming syntax, similar to the C programming language
  • Programs are compiled so they can execute in microseconds, far faster than is possible with interpreted code
  • Extensive set of preprogrammed functions
  • Each program can produce multiple outputs
  • A program can dynamically create data items in the address space, which can be used as inputs, outputs or both
  • Program execution is triggered on input data change, by a trigger item, at a fixed interval, or as scheduled by the program itself
  • Broad selection of data types from 1 to 64 bits, including Boolean, signed and unsigned integer, floating point, and string, as well as OPC UA data types
  • Support for arrays





















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