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Optimized for bus communication and very easy to handle

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Protocol Developer
Protocol Developer

Deutschmann Automation simplifies flexible protocol connection between its powerful UNIGATE modules and different terminal devices. The company will show the improved version V3 of its proven Protocol Developer in Hall 2, Booth 550 at SPS IPC Drives. The free of cost development tool is especially optimized for bus communication and is very easy to handle.

Self-explanatory script language

The Protocol Developer is based on the self-explanatory script language developed by Deutschmann, which runs on all UNIGATE protocol converter, embedded solution and gateway products. The programming of the modules enables realisation of complex applications, which cannot be presented by a pure configuration.

Features and advantages

In addition to modern icons for the toolbar, the Protocol Developer V3 provides simplification of the configuration, extended syntax highlighting and auto-completion of commands. Moreover, handling of variables was optimized and the user experience in the debugger was improved. Furthermore, Deutschmann Automation offers to write the script for customers for their application. The customer then receives the source code and can carry out minor adaptations later by themselves and develop it further.

Posted on November 3, 2017 - (505 views)
Deutschmann Automation GmbH & Co. KG
Carl-Zeiss-Str. 8
65520 Bad Camberg - Germany
+49-6434-94330
+49-6434-943340
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