Cutler-Hammer, Canary Labs cooperate on trending software

06/20/2002


Pittsburgh, Pa.- Eaton Corp. announced June 19 that its Cutler-Hammer (C-H) division has formed a partnership with Canary Labs Martinsburg, Pa.) to provide advanced trending software for C-H's new PanelMate ePro line of human-machine interface (HMI) platforms. Canary's Trend Viewer software allows PanelMate users to access and analyze data. Trend Viewer also provides tools for customization of trend display formats, while Trend Historian software collects and archives large amounts of data for chronological tracking and analysis.

'Coupling the ePro's Ethernet communications and OPC support with Canary Lab's software provides a higher level of functionality and performance, and offers users a world-class trending application solution,' says Mira Gearhart, C-H's HMI business unit manager. 'Until now, users had to invest in a much more costly, complicated supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) software solution to get these features.'

Ed Stern, Canary's vp, ads that, 'PanelMate ePro XE provides an excellent platform for the our trending software. We're proud to work with Eaton, and our partnership allows both Eaton and Canary Labs to focus on our areas of expertise.'

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jim Montague, news editor
jmontague@reedbusiness.com





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