Watlow controllers get SpecView HMI software interface

'SpecView HMI from Watlow' provides an interface to Watlow EZ-Zone, Series F4, and Power Series controllers.

03/10/2009


Watlow, time-limited demo mode .
This HMI software solution provides a cost-effective interface to Watlow controllers, including the EZ-Zone, Series F4, and Power Series product lines, among others. Combining SpecView HMI and Watlow controllers provides users with a single point of support for the controllers and software. According to the company, SpecView saves setup time compared to tag-based systems thanks to its built-in support and auto-detect for Watlow controllers. Additional features include:
flexible data logging and report generator increases accuracy by automating data collection;
customizable screens automate many tasks with user-defined buttons; and
an alarm manager simplifies alarms through the use of plain-text messages.
SpecView HMI from Watlow also provides recipe features, remote access options and an historical relay option.
Headquartered in St. Louis, MO, Watlow is a custom designer and manufacturer of industrial heaters, sensors, controllers and software.

Renee Robbins , senior editor
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