Prosys OPC UA Simulation Server 3.2.0-214 Download

Release date: 2019-03-07

Here you will find the official distribution of the Prosys OPC UA Simulation Server application.

License Terms

Prosys OPC UA Simulation Server is covered by the license terms in Prosys_OPC_UA_Simulation_Server_License.pdf.

By downloading the Prosys OPC UA Simulation Server, you accept the license terms.


The application uses the following libraries, which are covered by individual licenses. The library licenses do not restrict the use of the application any further.

Library License

OPC Foundation Java Stack

OPC Foundation Redistributables License

Bouncy Castle

Bouncy Castle License

H2 Database Engine

H2 License

Simple Logging Facade for Java

MIT License

Hibenrate ORM

LGPL v2.1

Liberation Sans font (version 2.00.0 or newer

SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1

Apache HttpComponents

The Apache License, Version 2.0

Apache Commons Codec

Apache Commons Logging

Apache Logging Services




This software contains unmodified binary redistributions for H2 database engine (, which is dual licensed and available under a modified version of the MPL 1.1 (Mozilla Public License) or under the (unmodified) EPL 1.0 (Eclipse Public License). An original copy of the license agreement can be found at:

System Requirements

The application is a "self-contained" package (made with JavaFX packaging tools), it contains a private JRE for running the application, so no Java install is required.


By downloading the Prosys OPC UA Simulation Server, you accept the license terms.


On Windows, run the installer executable and follow instructions. By default the application is installed with normal user privileges under your home directory. If you want to install it to, for example, Program Files, you need to run the installer as administrator.

On OS X, you can just install it normally from the dmg-package. Just note that the application is not signed, so you need to accept it in the first startup. Since OSX 10.8 (Mountain Lion), this requires that you open the application using the right-click menu - Open. You can then accept the application to be run, although it is not signed. After the first startup, you can run it normally from the Launch Pad as well. See this for more information about the Apple Gatekeeper options.

On Debian-based Linux (such as Ubuntu), use

sudo dpkg -i prosys-opc-ua-simulation-server-3.2.0-214.deb

On RPM-based Linux (such as Fedora), use

sudo rpm -i prosys-opc-ua-simulation-server-3.2.0-214.x86_64.rpm


On Windows the application can be uninstalled through the Control Panel, or with the uninstaller (in the installation folder).

On OS X you can just remove the application directory from the Applications folder.

On Debian-based Linux use sudo dpkg -r prosys-opc-ua-simulation-server

On RPM-based Linux use sudo rpm -e prosys-opc-ua-simulation-server

User Manual

The User Manual for the application is installed into <install_location>/app/doc. You can open it from the Help menu or you can read it here: Prosys_OPC_UA_Simulation_Server_UserManual.pdf.


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