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Opto 22 Introduces OptoTerminal-G70™
Company Offers Ethernet-enabled Operator Interface for use with SNAP Ethernet I/O™ and SNAP Ultimate I/O™ Systems
Temecula, CA - Opto 22, a developer and manufacturer of I/O systems for data acquisition and control has announced the release of the OptoTerminal-G70, a graphics-based operator interface for use with the company's SNAP Ethernet I/O and SNAP Ultimate I/O systems.
The OptoTerminal-G70 is a 21 x 16 cm (8.3 x 6.3 inch) mountable display terminal with a standard Ethernet port. Other features include a 14cm diagonal (5.5 inch), 320 x 240 pixel, color touch screen; soft keys; and programmable speaker. The terminal is used to send commands and receive real-time data from plant floor equipment and other real world devices connected to Opto 22 hardware for the purposes of automation, data acquisition, remote monitoring, and control.
22 Releases FactoryFloor™ 4.0
Company's Latest Industrial Automation Software Suite Offers More Powerful Programming with OptoScript™
Temecula, CA - Opto 22, a developer and manufacturer of I/O and control systems for data acquisition, machine automation, and process control applications, has announced the release of FactoryFloor 4.0, the latest version of its award-winning industrial automation software suite. The new FactoryFloor 4.0 software is designed for use with Opto 22's widely deployed line of powerful, stand-alone industrial controllers (including the popular M4 series) typically combined with the company's SNAP Ethernet I/O™ and SNAP Serial I/O products. Using FactoryFloor 4.0, users can develop control programs, design easy-to-use human-machine interfaces, expand their manufacturing systems' connectivity, and complete their control automation projects faster, cheaper, and more easily than ever before.
Opto 22's SNAP Ethernet I/O™ Key Part of Access Control System at Correctional Facilities
Temecula, CA - Opto 22, a developer and manufacturer of I/O systems for data acquisition and control, has announced that its industry-recognized, award-winning SNAP Ethernet I/O system has been selected as part of a customized electronic access control solution designed by Spokane, Washington-based MW Consulting Engineers for multiple applications at correctional custody facilities, courthouses, and justice centers in three states.
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