EC: EZ SoftHMI
Software - HMI software: EZ SoftHMI is an affordable HMI software package built on the foundation of the award winning EZTouch that transforms any computer into a fully capable HMI platform without limiting the number of tags or screens. This is a Control Engineering 2014 Engineers’ Choice finalist.
EZ SoftHMI is the run-time software that transforms any computer into a fully capable HMI platform, offering both Serial and Ethernet PLC driver support. Running HMI programs developed on EZAutomation's trademark software which is recognized to be one of the easiest to use in the industry, EZ SoftHMI seamlessly transitions your HMI program to a PC environment.
In addition to the ease of use and universal PLC driver compatibility, EZ SoftHMI shatters the typical barriers of runtime software packages by not limiting the user in the number of Tags used, or the number of screens that may be programmed. All this at no additional cost or licensing fees. The software is also completely scalable to the size and resolution of the PC on which it is installed, and is compatible with all touch screen monitors.
EZAutomation's trademark ease of programming is evident in the implementation and day to day functionality of EZ SoftHMI, allowing users to develop, launch and run an HMI program within minutes rather than days. Along with standard Serial protocols, EZ SoftHMI also supports most Ethernet protocols such as Allen Bradley's Ethernet I/P and DF1 over Ethernet, Siemens ISO over Ethernet, Modbus TCP/IP, and GE's SRTP, to name a few.
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