Web-based Tutorials from CTC are online

Hopkinton, Mass. - Control Technology Corp. has posted web-based tutorials for three products on its web site.


Hopkinton, Mass. - Control Technology Corp. has posted web-based tutorials for three products on its web site:

  • WebMon, CTC's Web-enabled controller interface that provides read-write access to process parameters over the Internet

  • Quickstep, CTC's patented State Language for machine control

  • Easybuilder, an object-oriented display builder for CTC touchscreens.

The tutorials provide added support to both new users and to those who wish to evaluate CTC products. CTC has provided the tutorials to familiarize customers with CTC products, without the time and cost of going to a traditional seminar. Each tutorial can run directly off CTC's site or can be downloaded and run locally.

CTC designs, manufactures, and markets products that enable electronic automation devices to be controlled, configured, or reprogrammed over the Internet and/or Intranets. CTC's automation controllers and software are used in a wide range of industrial and commercial applications, including Web-based control, motion control, analog and digital I/O control, and remote data acquisition.

Tutorials can be found at www.ctc-control.com/litres/tutorials/idxtutorials.asp

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Gary A. Mintchell, senior editor

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