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Eurotherm iTools is a free software package, used for Configuration, Data Logging, Communicating, and Logging. It is compatible with all Eurotherm 2000 Series, 3000 Series, EPC3000, Mini8, and nanodac product lines.
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FIX: You need to run this program to modify the location of the old Service Pack server to the new Service Pack server. This program should be run again anytime a full version of PiCPro is installed or a service pack is installed.
Before you can use public key authentication, the public key for the keypair you have generated must be configured in the SSH Server. If you are able to connect to the SSH Server using password authentication, you can connect to the server and upload the public key using the Client key manager:
If the SSH Server does not allow you to connect using password authentication, or does not allow you to upload the key, you will need to send the public key to the server administrator using an alternate method of communication. To do this, export the public key using the Client key manager:
I would gladly consider upgrading if I knew more specifically what was included. What optimizations more specifically? Does it only increase performance, or have some bug fixes been made as well? In that case, which ones? For this particular supplement, I did an upgrade of the TF6100 in the project (because I needed a newer version of the OPC-UA server), but suddenly the OPC-UA client (accessible through PLC function blocks) stopped working. I spent days at debugging, and eventually I concluded that something must have changed with the client. After some talk with the support, I was informed the whole OPC-UA client had been rewritten because of a new SDK. Had I known that there was a new client (or at least that it had changed) in the OPC-UA supplement, it would have saved me much time and frustration. This was just one of many times where I wished I knew what was changed. By not releasing more information, Beckhoff forces me to take uninformed decisions. If I have version of the OPC-UA server currently running, I want to know what changes to it have been made so I can make a more educated decision on whether I should upgrade or not. The release notes do not have to be a PhD either. Just a few sentences and bullet points to let us know what has changed.
HiI saw your post on LinkedIn on TwinCAT. I can understand the struggling you experience in a closed system. Therefore perhaps it is useful to look further than the technology Beckhoff provides. Please take a look at -community.net/en/ and experience what a really open system can mean for you. All the negative issues you mentioned could be positive if you use the PLCnext technology of Phoenix Contact. Please feel free to take a peak on the mentioned website.PLCnext is Linux based where C++ code can run directly next to IEC code and correctly synchronized. All without the use of cross compiling. PLCnext provides a deterministic and open automation framework where the user can decide what function extension is usefull. The closeness of the most plc brands are one of the main reasons for Phoenix Contact to develop the mist open automation system.