Softing updates PROFIBUS driver software
Windows 7 64-bit
Windows 7 32-bit
Softings PROFIBUS boards are globally used in a wide range of applications including compact slave solutions, solutions for mobile devices, operation and visualization terminals, real-time machine controls, and extended temperature-range applications. On request, Softing's experienced development team will rapidly modify the interface board hardware and/or protocol software to specific customer requirements.
Every PROFIBUS product from Softing is backed by our customer-oriented support team. No matter where in the world our customers are located, professional support is only one phone call away.
Softing's interface boards for PROFIBUS act as Master and/or Slave and are designed to support the following protocols:
Drivers for a wide range of operating systems and real-time environments are available. This includes but is not limited to:
PROFIBUS Communication DTMs, PROFIBUS OPC servers, and S7/S5 OPC servers run on Softing's Windows-specific architecture.
In industrial automation, Softing is a specialist for fieldbus technology and has established itself as a world-leading partner for networking automation systems and control solutions. Softing provides customers the key technology to connect devices, controls and systems with the leading communication technologies. In fieldbus technology, Softing is a world-class expert for FOUNDATION fieldbus, PROFIBUS, and CAN/CANopen/DeviceNet. The companys wide range of expertise includes solutions for OPC, FDT, and Real-Time-Ethernet protocols such as, PROFINET IO, EtherNet/IP, or Modbus/TCP. Many of the products and services developed by Softing since the company was founded in 1979 have become reference standards throughout the world. In addition, Softing has established itself as a provider of sophisticated diagnostic tools for fieldbus systems.
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