In PAC Display Pro, we've improved response time for URL windows and URL controls by reducing the number of web page reloads they use.
Three new updates have recently been released:
A proportional integral derivative (PID) control loop monitors an input or process variable, compares the variable’s current value to a desired value (a setpoint), and calculates an output to keep the value very close to the setpoint.
Last OptoNews you heard about all the new features in PAC Project 9.5 and SNAP PAC firmware 9.5, both just released.
The most exciting new features are the HTTP/HTTPS server and RESTful API, giving you secure access to I/O point and variable data in your PAC controller.
These developer- and IoT-ready features are free—all you need to do is update your firmware.
But updating PAC controller firmware on a running system can pose a problem.
- Many new features you've asked for
- Support for two new I/O modules
- A brand-new HTTP/HTTPS server and REST API to make integration, data exchange, and Internet of Things (IoT) applications
Coming soon: PAC Project R9.5000, with many new features you've requested plus support for new I/O modules. Here's a sneak preview of what's inside.
Just a few of the highlights...
Sometimes a customer calls asking if we can help them recover their unarchived PAC Control strategy from an Opto 22 controller, or recover a PAC Display project.
The answer in both cases is no.
Here's a handy compilation of our most popular—and most useful—examples for PAC Control and PAC Display: PAC Project samples Greatest Hits.
This collection includes sample files we've created plus files you've posted to the OptoForum.
If you're near Cambridge, Ontario, on June 7, be sure to join Opto 22's Lloyd Romeo at the SORT Technology Showcase, sponsored by SORT Production Products Ltd.
If you've ever needed to sort tables in PAC Control—string, float, or integer tables—here are 4 new helpful subroutines contributed by forum member Philip in Code Samples and Tips.