|The name of this DNP3 device connection.|
|Device connection description (optional). Can be used to provide any useful information / comments about this connection.|
|If True (checked), the connection is enabled; if False ( unchecked), the connection is disabled.|
|The IP Address of the device.|
|The port to use when connecting to a DNP3 device. The default port is 20000.|
The address of the master station, default is 3.
The address of the outstation, default is 4.
Integrity Poll Interval
The interval at which to perform an integrity poll, in millis, default is 3,600,000.
Direct Operate Enabled
When true, the Direct-Operate function code is used on a write, otherwise Select-Operate is used, default is true.
Unsolicited Messages Enabled
When true, the outstation may send unsolicited messages for Class 1, 2, and 3 data, default is false.
Message Fragment Size
The maximum size of a message fragment in the application layer, default is 249.
The amount of time to wait for a message response from the outstation, default is 5,000.
The number of retries on a message timeout, default is 0.
Link Layer Confirmation
When true, a link layer confirmation will be required from the outstation when sending messages, default is false
Default Outstation Conformance level
The default DNP3 Application Layer level subset to use when communicating with the outstation.
Default Value Types
Analog Input Points
The default value type to use when reading an analog input point. default is INTEGER
Analog Input Frozen Points
The default value type to use when reading a frozen analog input point. default is INTEGER
Analog Output Points
The default value type to use when reading/writing an analog output point. defaultis INTEGER
The default value type to use when reading a counter point. default is INTEGER
Counter Frozen Points
The default value type to use when reading a frozen counter point. default is INTEGER
Binary Input Points
The default value type to use when reading a binary input point. default is WITH_FLAGS
Double-Bit Binary Input Points
The default value type to use when reading a double-bit binary input point. default is WITH_FLAGS
Binary Output Points
The default value type to use when reading a binary output point. default is WITH_FLAGS
Each response received from a connected outstation will contain an Internal Indication (IIN) bit field. This field indicates certain states or error conditions in the outstation. IINs are mapped to read-only points, indicating the following:
Aliased points allow the user to assign meaningful names and descriptions to DNP3 points. They are also useful for addressing any points that were not returned by the initial integrity-poll on connection.
The group, variation, and index that fully describe a point. A full address consists of all three parts:
|Path||A “/” separated folder hierarchy in which to create the aliased point.|
|Description||A user-defined description of the point mapping.|