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COVID-19 UPDATE: Team Opto is online and at the ready

Posted by Janice Colmer on Mar 17, 2020 7:04:39 PM

With the uncertainty in the world today caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19), it's important to know Opto 22 is still committed to being your trusted automation supplier.

As you've seen more precautionary measures unfold this week from businesses around the globe, rest assured Opto 22 is taking the necessary steps to keep normal operations going while also protecting its staff.

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Topics: groov EPIC, snap pac, customer service, Opto 22 product support, COVID-19 Update

Important news for PAC Control users

Posted by Janice Colmer on Nov 20, 2019 10:03:47 AM

If you are using PAC Control with either SNAP PACs or groov EPIC, please be aware of an urgent bug fix related to how the control engine configures PID loops.

The issue affects:

If you are using PID loops, check your strategy after updating to make sure everything works as you expect. 
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Topics: Updates, Firmware, PAC Control, groov EPIC, snap pac

Stay up-to-date with SNAP PAC firmware R10.0h

Posted by Janice Colmer on Nov 12, 2019 3:36:19 PM

The latest SNAP PAC firmware release is now available for the SNAP PAC system.

If you are using any of the following SNAP PAC system controllers or brains, you'll want to take a look at the new R10.0h update: 

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Topics: Firmware, PAC Manager, snap pac

A closer look at OptoTagPreserve

Posted by Ben Orchard on Oct 9, 2019 12:06:37 PM

First, OptoTagPreserve has been updated! If you are a fan of this useful utility program (as I am), be sure to download the latest version.

If you're new to PAC Control, or haven't tried OptoTagPreserve, here is why you should take a closer look.

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Topics: Firmware, PAC Control, OptoTagPreserve, groov EPIC, snap pac

Making the switch: SNAP PAC to groov EPIC

Posted by Janice Colmer on Aug 28, 2019 8:46:20 AM

New technical note helps current SNAP PAC users decide if, when, and how to migrate to the new groov EPIC system.

Opto 22 customers have been relying on the SNAP PAC system for their controls and automation applications for over 10 years. But now you keep hearing about the new technology of the groov EPIC system. How is it different? Should you make the switch? What would be the benefits of upgrading, and what issues would arise from making the change?

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Topics: I/O, PAC Display, groov View, groov EPIC, snap pac

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