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connections [2021/07/21 12:37]
emozolyak [Serial networks]
connections [2021/08/06 09:37] (current)
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 ====== Connections ====== ====== Connections ======
 +{{  :onnection_new_logo_.png?nolnk&40}}
 The connection determines which communication driver and what parameters WebHMI will use to exchange data with the equipment. The list of the connection settings and their meaning is given in this section.  The connection determines which communication driver and what parameters WebHMI will use to exchange data with the equipment. The list of the connection settings and their meaning is given in this section. 
  
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 There are preset connections you can add in one-click from the register list tree. There are preset connections you can add in one-click from the register list tree.
  
-{{ ::preset_device_insert.png?direct&800 |}}+{{ ::preset_device_insert.png?direct&600 |}}
  
-There is a few device presets.+<wrap em>After the creation, you need to edit connection to finish it creation: replace default net address  
 +and enable the connection.</wrap>
  
-After the creation will be done, you need to edit connection to finish it creation. 
-{{ conn:add:need_to_activate.png?direct&800 |}} 
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-After that, it will be ready to turn it on. 
-{{ conn:add:need_to_turn_on.png?direct&800 |}} 
-Here is a connection established and data acquired. 
 ==== Diagnostic preset registers ==== ==== Diagnostic preset registers ====
 There are also a diagnostic solution for your project included. \\  There are also a diagnostic solution for your project included. \\ 
 It is called "WebHMI Health registers". It is called "WebHMI Health registers".
  
-{{ conn:add:health_reg.png?direct&800 |}}+{{ ::add_health_registers.png?direct&600 |}} 
 + 
 +It is a bunch of registers, which intended to show the status of WebHMI. The logging option is turned on for them, so you can immediately analize the system behaviour in custom graphs.
  
- It is a bunch of registers, which intended to show the status of WebHMI.  +{{ ::health_registers_example.png?direct&600 |}}
-{{ conn:add:health_reg_works.png?direct&800 |}} +
-It is also logging enabled by default to make it possible create a graph with average load or input voltage for example. +
-{{ conn:add:create_custom_graph.png?direct&800 |}} +
-{{ conn:add:custom_graph_settings.png?direct&800 |}}+
  
 +If the registers of the device being added can be nested inside another similar connection (e.g. 7bit(tm) AipPoint sensor inside 7bit(tm) AirGate MQTT connection or WebHMI Health registers inside other WebHMI internal connection) the option to create a category in that connection will be offered. 
  
-If some device can be nested inside another (e.g. 7bit(tm) AipPoint sensor inside 7bit(tm) AirGate MQTT connection or WebHMI Health registers inside other WebHMI internal connection) the option to create a category in that connection will be offered+{{ ::add_device_1.png?direct&600 |}}
  
-{{ ::add_device_1.png?direct&400 |}} 
  
-  Don't forget to correct the default settings for network address, port etc. after adding a device.