MBLogic for an open world in automation
Next, we need to create an HMI configuration file for the server. This tells the server which addresses are to be associated with which HMI "tag".
In this example, we are calling the tags "PB1" and "PL1". These names do not have to be the same as the "IDs" used in the drawing, but it is often convenient to do so to make them easier to remember. You can see here that we are setting both the push button and the pilot light to coil address 10.
We also set a sample alarm and an event. Save the configuration file and exit.