Opto 22 introduces new controller, processors, software

Opto 22 recently launched three major solutions: Snap-LCE controller; Snap OEM family of I/O processors; and ioProject suite of automation and data acquisition software. Opto 22 manufactures and develops hardware and software for industrial automation, remote monitoring, enterprise data acquisition, and machine-to-machine applications.

02/01/2004


Temecula, CA Opto 22 recently launched three major solutions: Snap-LCE controller; Snap OEM family of I/O processors; and ioProject suite of automation and data acquisition software. Opto 22 manufactures and develops hardware and software for industrial automation, remote monitoring, enterprise data acquisition, and machine-to-machine applications.

First, as part of Opto 22's Snap Ethernet systems family, Snap-LCE is a stand alone, small-footprint, industrial controller designed for use with Snap Ethernet-based I/O units.

Second, Snap OEM I/O processors include the Snap-ARL-ASDS brain, which Opto 22 reports is a highly programmable, Linux-based I/O processor for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), information technology (IT) professionals, and others seeking to develop and use custom software applications to interface with Opto 22's Snap I/O modules.

Third, ioProject includes ioControl 5.1 and ioDisplay 5.1—new automation and data acquisition software versions with PID control, enhanced security, faster I/O scanning, and improved alarming.





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