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date and time in cimplicity
Human-Machine Interface and SCADA. topic
Posted by hmp on 22 November, 2006 - 1:04 am
How does cimplicity get the Date and Time from Cimplicity 3.22 sp2 connected to Mark V LM?

I know the Date and Time were Global point, what does it mean?


Posted by EXGETA on 14 December, 2006 - 12:39 am
It's from the NTP network time protocol, or if you have a GSM system it would feed off the master satellite signal.

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