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 Note that although WebHMI correctly recognizes addresses with the data size included in them (for example, IW0 in the notation Siemens stands for a Word type register), but the data size from the address itself is ignored and instead the data size specified in the WebHMI project settings of this register is used. I.e. the address is used exclusively as an base address and in fact the three addresses IW0, IB0, ID0 are equivalent to the record I0. Note that although WebHMI correctly recognizes addresses with the data size included in them (for example, IW0 in the notation Siemens stands for a Word type register), but the data size from the address itself is ignored and instead the data size specified in the WebHMI project settings of this register is used. I.e. the address is used exclusively as an base address and in fact the three addresses IW0, IB0, ID0 are equivalent to the record I0.
  
-Example of setting up a connection for the S7-1200 controller see [[connecting_to_s7-1200|]] ​here.+Example of setting up a connection for the S7-1200 controller see [[connecting_to_s7-1200|here]].
  
 Connecting WEBHMI to Siemens controllers is possible simultaneously with other devices on the same network (HMI panels, other controllers),​ because the controllers support several connections,​ depending on the type: Connecting WEBHMI to Siemens controllers is possible simultaneously with other devices on the same network (HMI panels, other controllers),​ because the controllers support several connections,​ depending on the type:

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