TUNE YOUR LOOP: Implementing an Open Control System Network

TUNE YOUR LOOP: Questions to keep you sharp.

Tune Your Loop is a series of posts consisting of questions from ISA Training Courses.

1. All OPC Standards have which of the following features:

  1. Impose constraints or rules on design of product
  2. Proprietary solutions
  3. Simplify sharing and exchange of data
  4. Use vendor-specific browser mechanisms to locate the data source and sink
    it into another device

2. Each instance of an OPC Server object may have        ?        instance(s) of an
OPCBrowser object.

  1. Only one
  2. A minimum of one
  3. A maximum of three
  4. Any number of

3. The two types of OPC groups are, public and local (or “private”).

  1. Local and Open
  2. Public and Service
  3. Public and Local (or “private”)
  4. None of the above

4. The ability of the client to control the order in which writes are performed is:

  1. Serialization
  2. Synchronization
  3. Concatenation
  4. Defenestration

5. Which of the following specifies how Client Requests are organized and

  1. Synchronization and serialization
  2. Address Space and Configuration
  3. Asynchronous Transfer Address
  4. Application Level Server


What are your answers before you read ahead?

1. c

2. a

3. c

4. a

5. d


From the ISA Course Implementing an Open Control System Network (IC50) pre-instructional survey.

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