DGH uses Kepware for Modbus communications
DGH is a leader in sensor-based data acquisition offering a complete family of data acquisition products that provide analog and digital inputs and outputs for computer and networked applications. DGH data acquisition products can communicate via RS232 and RS485 using Modbus RTU protocol. DGH has specifically tested Kepwares KEPServerEX and has selected it as their preferred Modbus connectivity solution. The Connected with Kepware designation signifies an ongoing partnership with DGH to ensure DGH is aware of upcoming releases and technology, and will stay current with Kepware developments in order to offer proven connectivity for their customers.
DGH is an excellent example highlighting the value of our new Connected with Kepware program, says Roy Kok, VP of Sales and Marketing for Kepware. They have been recommending our solution for many years and our new program brings our ongoing relationship to a new level, by keeping them abreast of our technology developments and working with them to validate our communications with their products for the benefit of DGH customers.
There are many Modbus Drivers on the market, explains David Reed, Product Manager for DGH Corporation. We have worked with most of them, and have chosen to partner with Kepware as they are clearly the industry leader in communications and have developed an excellent product. Their KEPServerEX solution is OEMd by most of the software companies that leverage our sensor products. By joining the Connected with Kepware program, we not only gain proven connectivity through a driver that we can recommend, we can honestly say that our hardware is proven with the connectivity solution already incorporated in most automation software products in our industry.
Kepware is the world leader in communication software for automation and offers a unique experience in both OPC and embedded device communications. Since 1995, Kepware has focused on the development of communication drivers to automation controllers, I/O and field devices. Applications include M2M (Machine to Machine) and M2E (Machine to Enterprise) communications. Operating system support includes; Microsoft Windows Desktop, Windows Server and Windows Embedded (Windows CE and Windows Embedded NT/XP). Today, with over 130 communication protocols, and through the efforts of our direct sales, distribution and embedded partners, Kepware is the leading provider of communications with annual shipments exceeding 100,000 units. Kepwares responsiveness to customer needs and strong partnerships with other leading automation suppliers ensures that your next application will be a success. Ask around and youll hear why automation professionals everywhere consider Kepware Technologies "Automations Best Friend."
DGH manufactures sensor-based data acquisition hardware for remote and distributed systems. With over 20 years of experience, DGH produces low-cost, easy to use, reliable, data acquisition hardware for a wide range of monitoring applications. Our products are small, mount at the sensor and interface to any RS-232 or RS-485 serial communications port.
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