OptoNews: Customize your mobile interface with new groov R3.1 graphics

Posted by Jean Femia on Mar 16, 2016 3:54:09 PM

Just released: groov R3.1a!

You'll want this new release. It's a big one, with security updates, bug fixes, and lots of new features.

Especially if you like images or want to customize the look of your groov mobile operator interface, this update is for you. You can see many of the new features in action in the new groov graphics video.

Here's a summary of major new features in groov R3.1a. For more information, see the groov App Readme. And stay tuned to OptoNews, as we'll explore some of the new features in depth in later posts.

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Topics: groov, Updates, Remote monitoring, Machine builder, optonews, OptoNews 2016-03-16

OptoNews: Take PAC Project for a test drive

Posted by Jean Femia on Mar 16, 2016 3:53:06 PM

Interested in Opto 22 SNAP PAC controllers, but not sure how they're programmed or what our automation software is like?

You can find out now with the PAC Project Demo.

This free download includes everything you need to experiment with Opto 22's PAC Project automation software suite:

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Topics: Process control, Remote monitoring, optonews, PACs, PAC Project, OptoNews 2016-03-16

OptoNews: Save $100 on The Automation Conference

Posted by Jean Femia on Mar 16, 2016 3:52:25 PM

Plan now to attend The Automation Conference & Expo this May in Chicago, Illinois—and save $100 on the cost of admission with your Opto 22 VIP code (see below).

The Conference focuses on the process industries, discrete manufacturing, and packaging, and this year it includes over two dozen educational sessions on:

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Topics: Internet of Things, IoT, Machine builder, optonews, PACs, OEM, Events & conferences, Integrators, OptoNews 2016-03-16

OptoNews tip: Log events to file in PAC Display

Posted by Jean Femia on Mar 16, 2016 3:51:53 PM

"I always recommend that customers configure the PAC Display Event Log to be logged to file," says Bill Steffens, our Product Support Lead.

"If you have an issue, it can be very helpful to track the events in the Event Log over time."

By default, PAC Display shows events only in the Event Log window. But when you reload PAC Display or choose Save and Load Runtime, for example, the Event Log window starts over again; it doesn't retain any previous information. 

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Topics: Tips, optonews, PAC Project, OptoNews 2016-03-16

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