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Experience with Prode OPC ?

Experience with Prode OPC ?

Experience with Prode OPC ?

we are considering a realtime application for this software and comments are appreciated.

RE: Experience with Prode OPC ?

I know of one OPC client running for about one year now, the client is easy to configure, you can define as inputs up to 20 different streams and calculate up to 10 different properties for gas (but works also for liquid phase), stable (not a single crash) possibly not the fastest, with 6 streams (composition from inline gas-chromatograph , 8 components natural gas mixture), it takes 4-10 seconds (Pentium 1.2 GHZ) per stream to calculate cricondentherm and several other properties (total 30-40 sec.), not a problem with a gas-chromatograph.
Prode has also a OPC server and different versions of the software, you can contact http://www.prode.com for additional information.

RE: Experience with Prode OPC ?

the reliability of the software is exactly what I was looking for, thanks for the help.

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