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Old January 3rd, 2018, 02:23 AM   #1

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Join Date: Aug 2015
Location: Ogun state, Nigeria
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Wincc runtime advance v13

Dear all,
in my current project i am using S7-1200 controller, but i want to use normal PC as my HMI. On my engineering PC I have installed TIA PORTAL V13 SP1 UPD9 for both STEP 7 and Wincc. my question now goes thus, on the station PC i want to use as an HMI what are the necessary software i need to install there to be able to have successful connection to my controller. I believe i need to install wincc runtime. Nevertheless, i am seeking for experts guide on this... Thanks in advance.

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