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SECS/GEM & PV2 connectivity

SECS/GEM & PV2 connectivity

Agil'GEM is a SECS/GEM and PV2 Software library for semiconductor, electronics and photovoltaic production equipment connectivity.

GEM services:

  • Equipment communication state and control state
  • Process program
  • Collection event sending
  • Variable data collection
  • Status data collection
  • Remote control
  • Alarm management
  • Equipment constants
  • Equipment Terminal Services
  • Clock
  • Trace data collection
  • Limits monitoring

SEMI standards:

  • SEMI E4 SECS-I (serial protocol)
  • SEMI E37.1 HSMS-SS (ethernet protocol)
  • SEMI E5 SECS-II (message format)
  • SEMI E30 GEM

Technical integration

The Agil'GEM library can be integrated directly in Agileo Automation Equipment Controller Framework or in a third party Equipment Controller software through its COM/DCOM or .NET interfaces. The following languages can be used to integrate it C#, VB.Net, Pascal (Delphi), C++.

Open sources integration samples can be provided with the SDK (Software Development Kit) for C#, VB.Net, Pascal and C++. Below, a screenshot of the the C# integration sample.

 

Interface de librairie Agil'GEM SECS/GEM

 

An interface for PLCs is possible with the GEM 4 X architecture, which allows gateways with specific protocols such as Modbus or OPC-UA. The use of a third party OPC-DA server allows the implementation of gateways with almost all PLC brands on the market, including: Allen-Bradley, B&R, Beckhoff, CoDeSys, Fanuc, Hilscher, Honeywell, InTouch Client, Mitsubishi, Omron FINS, Siemens S5 and S7, Wago, Yaskawa, Yokogawa, etc.

GEM4X Architecture: Gateway between SECS/GEM and PLC

Integration support

Beyond technical integration details, Agileo Automation helps its customers to understand GEM standard to adapt it to a given equipment thanks to a structured approach starting with a good understanding of the equipment

Agil'GEM comes with a free manual version of Speech Scenario, our host simulator software for testing.

Use of SECS/GEM

SECS/GEM standards are used in the semiconductor industry (passive components and active components such as memory, processors,...) in front-end and back-end, MEMS, photovoltaics (via the PV2 standard), electronics industry (PCB assembly and manufacturing, SMT,...), LEDs, hybrid electronics and the display industry (display / flat panel display)


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