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Download OMRON USB-to-Serial Converter for Windows to uSB driver. Hardware, USB Driver and Operating System Compatibility; How to recognize the CS1W-CIF31 hardware model. Note: CS1W-CIF31 produced with Lot No. 130702K or higher are hardware version 2. Hardware, USB Driver and Operating System Compatibilty. The USB Driver v2.06 cannot be used with CS1W-CIF31 hardware version 2. Download omron software windows 10 for free. Development Tools downloads - Omron Health Management Software by Omron Healthcare and many more programs are available for instant and free download. The Omron Driver module allows the Ignition OPC-UA server to communicate with NJ-series controllers. To connect Ignition to an Omron device Go to the Configure section of the Gateway webpage. Scroll down and select OPC-UA Devices.


This article explains how to recognize the difference between the hardware models of the as well as the compatibility between Hardware, USB Drivers and Operating Systems for the CIF31.


  • How to recognize the hardware model
  • Hardware, USB Driver and Operating System Compatibility

How to recognize the hardware model

Note: produced with Lot No. 130702K or higher are hardware version 2.

Hardware, USB Driver and Operating System Compatibilty

The USB Driver v2.06 cannot be used with hardware version 2. If hardware version 2 is used; please install USB Driver v2.08 in order to get the properly working.

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The compatibility overview is shown below.

The USB drivers can be found in the myOMRON downloads are: /downloads/4.Products/Software/USB drivers//


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[00:00] In this lesson, we'll take a look at creating device connections with the Omron FINS driver. We're starting off here on the Gateway, under the config section's overview page. I'll take the quick link here to create a new device connection, which if I scroll on down here is just a shortcut to the device connections page under the OPCUA area. Let's go right back to the top here and I don't have any device connections. So let's get started by creating one. I'll click the create new device link. And from our wealth of options here, I'm going to scroll on down and we do have two Omron options. One for TCP and one for UDP. I'm going to start with the TCP option, but I'll come back and show you the UDP option as well. Let's keep scrolling on down. I'll click next. Like all device connections, we do need to give this a unique name here. So, how about FINS TCP. And we simply need a host name for the TCP option. Now, my colleague that set up the device is telling me it's sitting at this IP address, so I'll just type it in and that's all we really need. So I'll scroll on down and you'll notice that I'm skipping by a whole bunch of other properties here. There are descriptions for these properties in the user manual if you're curious on what they do, but I'm going to skip over them for now and I'll click the create new device button. And we can see that it's connected. Now, let's try that again. Let's go back and take a look at the UDP option. I'll click the create new device link again. And we'll scroll back down. Of course, this time, we will select the UDP option. Let's keep going down and I'll click next. Again, we need a name here, so how about just FINS UDP. Now, we don't have a host name property, but we do have these other properties. So there's five properties you'll need to set if you're using the UDP option. To start with, you need a bind address. So the bind address is the IP address of your gateway. So I'll just type mine in here. Next up would be the remote address. So this would be the IP address of the device we're trying to connect to, so I'll just type that in again. And let's go down a little bit further here. We need to look under the FINS settings here. So the first one would be the FINS source node. Now this is the last octet of your Gateway's IP address. So if we look back up here, we see 28, so I'll type in 28. For the FINS destination network here, this is the address number of the FINS device. This is typically configured in the routing table for your device, so this is something on the hardware side. Now, my colleague is telling me that I should type in a one here. Last would be the FINS destination node. This is the node number for the device. This is typically the last octet of the device's IP address. As we saw earlier in my device's last octet is 23, so 23. And that's it. Now at this point, we can go down and click the create new device connection button, but that's all you really need to know to start creating these connections.