Opto 22 'SNAPs to it' with new controllers, I/O devices

To help users implement cost-effective, PC-driven controls, Opto 22 recently launched its new family of Snap controllers. The Snap-LCSX and Snap-LCSX-Plus controller can reduce the entry barrier to flowchart-based, fully integrated hardware and software control solutions, according to Opto 22's developers.

06/01/1998


To help users implement cost-effective, PC-driven controls, Opto 22 recently launched its new family of Snap controllers. The Snap-LCSX and Snap-LCSX-Plus controller can reduce the entry barrier to flowchart-based, fully integrated hardware and software control solutions, according to Opto 22's developers. Other new releases by Opto 22 include:

  • Snap for Modbus, a Snap remote I/O device for Modbus-compatible systems;

  • Snap for Pamux, which brings Pamux, a PC-based I/O system, into the Snap I/O family. It mixes high-speed analog and digital I/O functions on the same mounting rack;

  • SuperTrends, which delivers human-machine trending features in the low-cost OptoDisplay setting;

  • OptoExpress, an e-commerce system that allows Opto 22's customers to order products over the Internet; and

  • Opto 22's Lifetime Guarantee, a new policy that guarantees all Opto 22 analog and digital I/O modules and solid state relays for life.

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