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[Technical Classroom] UniMAT Internet of Things Application Course (10) - Data Forwarding of Cloud Interaction

[Technical Classroom] UniMAT Internet of Things Application Course (10) - Data Forwarding of Cloud Interaction

In order to help UniMAT customers use IoT products more conveniently, a series of articles on Internet of Things application courses are launched. The articles will comprehensively introduce the software and hardware, operation methods, related configurations, typical applications, common problems and other knowledge of UniMAT IoT. After reading the full text, you can have a comprehensive understanding of the Internet of Things, and achieve more with less for the application of the Internet of Things.

This issue brings you the data forwarding of cloud interaction between Edimensional IoT devices .


1. Function introduction


UniMAT IoT products, including IoT screens and IoT gateways. The function of data interaction between IoT products can be realized through the cloud platform. For example, such an application scenario: a control system is controlled by two controllers at the top of the mountain and at the foot of the mountain, and the two controllers need to be interlocked. But the top and bottom of the mountain are inconvenient for wiring. The data mapping function of UniMAT Internet of Things products can solve this demand very well. Arrange IoT products (IoT screen or gateway) on both sides of the controller to communicate with the controller, read and write controller data, and then realize data exchange between the two controllers through the data mapping function of the UniMAT cloud platform .


2. Version information


The data mapping function requires device version 2.0 or higher to support. Device version information can be viewed in the portal shown below. If the version information is incorrect, please contact technical support to obtain the corresponding version.

3. Configuration steps

01Add device connection

Add device connection information on the device management platform (AnyAccess of version 2.0 or later), and select the corresponding interface and protocol according to the actual situation.

The content that appears in the parameter tab of the new device connection will change according to the connection service selected earlier. If it is a serial port protocol, the parameters need to correctly set the baud rate, station address and other information. If it is a network port protocol, you need to correctly set the PLC IP address and port number and other information.

02Add real-time data

Add real-time data on the device management platform (AnyAccess of version 2.0 or later), and set the corresponding variable name and read and write permissions.

After the variables are added, click Configure Synchronization to transfer the variable information to the device. The release status after the last variable should be delivered successfully. If it has not been delivered, click the configuration synchronization button again.

After the real-time data of the two devices is added, the configuration of the data mapping can be performed. Data mapping is that the source device periodically writes the value of the corresponding address to the target device to realize data communication. 

04 Actual effect verification


After clicking Save, the data mapping function starts to work. At this time, you can return to the real-time data to check and verify whether the value in the corresponding target device changes after the data value of the source device changes.

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