Opto 22 has just announced the release of the groov serial I/O module, GRV-CSERI-4. This module plugs into a groov EPIC chassis alongside groov EPIC analog and discrete I/O modules, allowing you the mix of signals you need at any location.
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Opto 22's groov EPIC® system starts shipping on May 18.
You can start ordering now!
Pre-orders will ship first, and based on early feedback from several EPIC Roadshows, this new system will be in high demand. Customers are excited about the built-in features of groov EPIC, not only for IIoT applications but for all automation and data acquisition applications.
Here are just a few of these features:
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These are the kinds of fundamental questions that come up over and over in automation applications, and our new Automation 101 video series aims to answer them.
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In my last post, a green submarine traveled through space and time to the bottom of the ocean, and an Opto 22 SNAP PAC (programmable automation controller) interfaced with a lot of Modbus equipment to coordinate systems.
These next two adventures are also examples of how well Opto 22 PACs play with others.
We've recently released new versions for key products:
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PAC Project Basic is free automation software for control programming and HMI, and is used with our SNAP PAC controllers.