PID Support for Opto 22 Control Software

Temecula, CA - Turbocraft Inc. (Tukwila, Wa.), an engineering services company specializing in factory automation and machine design, has released two PID control products for users of the Opto 22 FactoryFloor and ioControl software suites.

08/26/2002


Temecula, CA - Turbocraft Inc . (Tukwila, Wa.), an engineering services company specializing in factory automation and machine design, has released two PID control products for users of the Opto 22 FactoryFloor and ioControl software suites.

"PID_Control installer" installs a complete, ready-to-use FactoryFloor project for PID control. The object provides both an OptoControl strategy with an OptoDisplay operator interface as well as a subroutine named PID_loop_SG which is used as the basis for a fully functioning control strategy that includes trending. Users need only configure their controller(s) and change the input and output scales within OptoDisplay, and the strategy is ready to be downloaded to the controller and launched.

Also, for users of ioControl, Turbocraft is offering a new PID_Control_IO installer that provides a ready-to-use ioControl strategy with trending in an ioDisplay interface.

PID_Control installer, with user's manual and is priced at $395, while PID_Control_IO with manual is $375. Both products are available from Turbocraft at www.turbocraft.com .

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Gary A. Mintchell, senior editor
gmintchell@reedbusiness.com





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