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Windows Embedded Device Manager (WEDM) 2011 SP1 is a new release of WEDM that provides a number of enhancements and new capabilities for thin client devices, such as thin client computers, digital signage, and point of service (POS) devices.
This new version of WEDM includes the following new features:
* Support for new WEDM clients, such as Windows 7 Embedded POSReady, and Windows 7 Embedded Thin Clients
* Added support for Windows 7 Embedded POSReady
* Added support for WIA for thin client support
* Enhanced support for Windows Embedded POSReady
* Enhanced support for Windows Embedded POSReady for ISVs
* Added support for Windows Embedded POSReady for ISVs
* Added support for Windows Embedded POSReady Power Management
* Enhanced the performance of WEDM enumeration by using a background thread to parallelize enumeration
* Added ability to show the KIYA icon in Windows 7 devices that were previously unsupported
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to mobile devices that are running Windows Embedded POSReady
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
* Added ability to use WEDM to deploy updates to Windows Embedded POSReady POS devices
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— A simple PLC simulator that will enable you to monitor PLC slaves;
— Supports both TCP and UDP connections;
— Can connect with Excel, enabling you to retrieve data;
— Supports 6 & 4-wire serial connections;
— The configuration process is very simple, with only 4 configuration variables to set.

PLC simulator Requirements:

— A PC with Microsoft Windows operating system and.NET Framework;
— At least the following plugins are required:
— Modbus4Net for.NET
— Sql Server 2000 or higher for connectivity with Excel;
— System requirements:
— x86 processor;
— 2GB or more of RAM;
— 100MB or more of free disk space.

PLC simulator Support:

— Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0 is required;
— A serial cable that supports a MODBUS TCP/UDP protocol;
— A MODBUS slave with a public ID;
— PC communication software (Modbus4Net).

You can download PLC simulator from here.

A:

I have been using PLCSimulator for some time now, and I have to say that it is a really good tool.
The concept is simple, you just need a MODBUS master to send queries, and a MODBUS slave to send a response.
You can view the response through the PLC simulator, and if you want you can do some math with the response on the fly, or just display the response in an Excel spreadsheet.
The PLC simulator does have some limitations (like being unable to send more than 255 bytes per single request), but it is still a good tool.
UPDATE:
PLCSimulator has now changed its name to KIOSKIT, and was totally re-written.
More information can be found on the following link:

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