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A New EPICS Device Support for S7 PLCs

@inproceedings{SMarsching2013ANE,
  title={A New EPICS Device Support for S7 PLCs},
  author={S.Marsching},
  year={2013}
}
S7 series programmable logic controllers (PLCs) are commonly used in accelerator environments. A newEPICS device support for S7 PLCs that is based on libnodave has been developed. This device support allows for a simple integration of S7 PLCs into EPICS environments. Developers can simply create an EPICS record referring to a memory address in the PLC and the device support takes care of automatically connecting to the PLC and transferring the value. This contribution presents the concept… 
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