Industrial automation control, HMI, OPC, database integration software

Opto 22's PAC Project 9.4 is a software application upgrade that provides control programming, HMI development, OPC connectivity, and database integration. It supports Opto 22’s HART protocol I/O modules and can log HMI data to SQL and other ODBC databases, and it supports multiple languages with Unicode (UTF-16) text.

09/12/2014


Opto 22's PAC Project 9.4 is a software application upgrade that provides control programming, HMI development, OPC connectivity, and database integration. Courtesy: Opto 22Opto 22's PAC Project 9.4 is an upgrade to its PAC Project suite of software applications and utilities that provide control programming, HMI development, OPC connectivity, and database integration. This upgrade supports Opto 22’s HART protocol SNAP I/O modules and adds the option of logging HMI data to SQL and other ODBC databases, and uses Unicode (UTF-16) text to support Asian, Middle Eastern, and other languages in an HMI. Also, all PAC Project software components now work on PCs running Microsoft Windows 8.1. PAC Project is part of the Opto 22 SNAP PAC System, an integrated system of hardware and software for industrial control, energy management, remote monitoring, and data acquisition applications.

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www.opto22.com 

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