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=== UA_TCP ===
 
 
 
'''Description'''
 
'''Description'''
<br>A TCP-based protocol with binary encoding that is optimized for high performance intranet communication.
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<br>OPC UA TCP is a required transport. It is a simple, TCP-based protocol that establishes a full duplex channel between Client and Server. UA TCP messages are binary encoded and optimized for high performance intranet communication.
Establishes a full duplex channel between Client and Server.
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'''Usage Considerations'''
 
'''Usage Considerations'''
 
* Offers the best performance with the least amount of overhead.
 
* Offers the best performance with the least amount of overhead.
 
* Minimal resource utilization – for example, no XML Parser, SOAP or HTTP required.
 
* Minimal resource utilization – for example, no XML Parser, SOAP or HTTP required.
* Best for devices at control and field level.
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* Preferred in particular for devices at control and field level.

Latest revision as of 13:00, 5 February 2015

Description
OPC UA TCP is a required transport. It is a simple, TCP-based protocol that establishes a full duplex channel between Client and Server. UA TCP messages are binary encoded and optimized for high performance intranet communication.

Usage Considerations

  • Offers the best performance with the least amount of overhead.
  • Minimal resource utilization – for example, no XML Parser, SOAP or HTTP required.
  • Preferred in particular for devices at control and field level.