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hello guys, I am a CMM programmer.

hello guys, I am a CMM programmer.

hello guys,
I am a CMM programmer.
Recently we have installed a automated Inspection fixture on CMM which operates by Siemens PLC.
That PLC is controlling some proximity sensors to control the movement of the sensor.
The CMM , I am working is Zeiss Make and the interface software is calypso.

Now my task is ...

I want to click on a specific area on the software(say on a "button") when a specific proximity sensor will ON.

Means I want to interface the PLC with the Operating System of my computer.

Is that Possible???

If yes .. then Please suggest me the way.....

waiting for your valuable suggestions....

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