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[工业通信] Catapult DNP Driver 8.2.70.11

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Catapult DNP Driver 8.2.70.11下载地址:https://u7925742.ctfile.com/fs/7925742-374289199
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* Changed the UDP connection mechanism to support responses on peer UDP port numbers
        - Previously a channel had to be defined for each slave/master IP address pair for UDP
        - The new version defines a single UDP channel for all devices on the same master port
        - A port number of 0 is now valid for UDP masters indicating use of the first available port

  This change requires an update to existing DNP configuration files that used UDP channels.
  Specifically, all UDP channels that talk on the same master port number will need to be merged.

  For example, if devices DEV1 and DEV2 talked to channels UDP1 and UDP2 respectively
  and UDP1 and UDP2 have the same master IP and port address, then DEV2 can be connected
  to UDP1 and UDP2 must be deleted (or vice-versa).

* A new option called "SCADA Sync Interval" has been added to the Advanced Settings for DNP3 devices.
  This option specifies a refresh interval for the driver to push values to the SCADA interface DLL
  on a regular basis regardless of whether the value has changed or not. This ensures that the interface
  DLL will always have the correct value when the SCADA interrogates it.


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Getting Started with the Catapult DNP3 Driver
---------------------------------------------

Congratulations on choosing the Catapult DNP3 driver.

This guide assumes that this is your first time to use the DNP3 driver and would like a quick preview of its capabilities. For a more detailed guide to the DNP3 driver, consult the Catapult DNP3 User Guide available either from the Help menu of the DNP3 Configuration Tool, or from the Start Menu program folder.

A 揅atapult DNP3 User Guide?is also available from the Help menu of the DNP3 Configuration Tool, or from the Start Menu program folder.  The user guide includes a 揋etting Started?section (this document), plus more detailed information on the use and operation of the driver.


Launching the DNP3 Driver
-------------------------
There are several ways to launch the Catapult DNP3 driver, depending on the options you selected during installation.

* From the Desktop shortcut
Double-click on the "DNP3 Config" desktop shortcut to launch the driver.

* From the Quickstart menu
Open the Windows quick start menu and select the "DNP3 Config" option.

* From the Windows Start menu
Open the Windows Start menu, then go to the Program Folder selected during installation ("Proficy\ProficyDrivers\Catapult DNP3" by default). Select the "DNP3 Config" option to launch the DNP3 driver.


Configuration Pre-requisites
----------------------------
Once the driver has been launched, you can start by defining a single device connected to a single channel and get the DNP3 driver to communicate with the device. To do this, you will need a DNP3 slave device and a communications channel for the device, either TCP/IP or Serial Port will do. You will need the following information from your DNP3 slave device:

        DNP3 Slave Address
        IP Address and Port Number (if communicating by TCP/IP)
        Baud Rate (if communicating by Serial Port)
        DNP3 Master Address, if required  
                (some DNP3 slave devices require the DNP3 master to be at a specific
                address. If this is the case with your DNP3 slave device, then you
                will need this information as well).


Configuring a Device
--------------------
Now that you have the basic information needed, you can set-up a basic communication link. Start by defining a device in the DNP3 driver.

1) From the Catapult DNP3 Client window, expand the explorer tree on the left side (with a root of "Catapult DNP3"). The tree will expand into two branches: Devices and Channels.

2) Now click on the "Add Device" button from the toolbar (or right-click on the "Devices" branch and select "Add Device" from the pop-up menu).

3) On the dialog box that appears, enter the name of the DNP3 device on the first field. This can be an RTU name like SEL351, or a location like "Downtown". For the purposes of this guide, use a device name of "TEST".

4) Click "OK" to exit the dialog box.

This will create a new device called "TEST", ready for communications.


Configuring a Channel
---------------------
The channel defines our communications path to the DNP3 slave device. The communications path can either be TCP/IP or serial port, but the procedure for creating both is basically the same.

1) Click on the "Add Channel" button from the toolbar (or right-click on the "Channels" branch and select "Add Channel" from the pop-up menu).

2) On the dialog box that appears, enter the name of the channel to create. For the purposes of this guide, use a channel name of CHAN1.

3) Enter the Master DNP Address, if required.

4) Select the type of the channel to create, either Serial or IP.

5a) For a serial channel, click on the 'Serial Settings' tab of the dialog and select the COM port used by the computer for communicating with the DNP3 slave.

5b) Select the baud rate used for communications.

6a) For an IP channel, click on the IP Settings tab and enter the IP address and Port of the DNP3 slave.

6b) Enter the IP address of the computer used for communicating with the DNP3 slave.

7) Click "OK" to exit the dialog box.

This will create a new channel called "CHAN1", ready for communications.



Linking a Device and a Channel
------------------------------
Now that a device and channel are defined, you need to create a link between the two objects to establish communications.

1) Right-click on the newly created device and select "Connect to Channel" from the pop-up menu.

2) On the dialog box that pops up, select "CHAN1" from the "Channel Name" field.

3) Enter the Slave DNP address under Device Properties.

4) Click "OK" to exit the dialog box.

This will create a connection between the new device and channel that have just been created.


Saving the Configuration File
-----------------------------
Once the device and channel are linked, you're done. Save the configuration file before running by clicking on the "Save" icon from the toolbar, or selecting "File", then "Save" from the menu.


Running the Configuration
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To start communications, enable the channel by right-clicking on it and selecting "Enable Channel" from the pop-up menu. The channel will connect to the communications path and turn from red to green indicating that it is running.

Then enable the device by right-clicking on it and selecting "Enable Device" from the pop-up menu. The DNP3 driver will start sending messages to the slave device, and will turn from red to yellow (indicating that it is initializing), then finally to green (indicating that it is running).



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Getting Help with the DNP3 Driver
---------------------------------
More complex configurations are possible with the Catapult DNP3 driver. For further details, including interfacing the driver with Proficy SCADA, please consult the Catapult DNP3 User Guide which can be launched from the toolbar (by clicking on the question mark icon), or from the Start Menu (under Proficy\ProficyDrivers\Catapult DNP3).



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