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Manuals1966 Opto iPAC Quick Start Guide

Use the Opto iPAC app to monitor all your Opto 22 SNAP I/O points and PAC Control variables, tables, and charts with your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad.

You have quick access to status and values, can change values or turn outputs on or off, can start or stop charts or strategies, all wirelessly.

Opto iPAC is ideal for commissioning, debugging, responding to alarms, and mobile connectivity to remote installations.

This guide includes quick start instructions for the app and for using an online demo.

8/24/2016
Other Technical Documents2186 SNAP PAC REST API and the Internet of Things - for IT Professionals

We’ve all heard about the Internet of Things (IoT) and its promises: bringing useful data directly to people who make business decisions, and enabling machines to communicate with each other and make decisions for human benefit.

But how does the IoT actually work? How does the data get from inside these machines to computer networks where we can use it?

This technical paper describes that pathway for IT (information technology) professionals, explaining how physical "things" communicate, what kinds of data in them might be useful, and the current barriers to getting that data—especially from existing sensors and devices that have no IoT capabilities built in.

The paper also describes a new method to cut through those barriers and achieve the IoT results you want now.

8/24/2016
Other Technical Documents2187 SNAP PAC REST API and the Internet of Things - for OT Professionals

We’ve all heard about the Internet of Things (IoT) and its promises: bringing useful data directly to people who make business decisions, and enabling machines to communicate with each other and make decisions for human benefit.

But how does the IoT actually work? How does the data get from inside these physical "things" to computer networks where it can be used?

This technical paper describes that pathway for OT (operational technology) professionals—automation professionals. It describes the kinds of data you may be asked to provide and why. It explains how data from physical "things"—especially existing sensors and actuators that have no IoT capabilities built in—can be securely communicated to company computer networks, without disturbing control networks.

The paper also explains concepts important to any IoT strategy, like encryption and authentication, and introduces a new method to achieve the IoT results you need now, without requiring a complex chain of conversion hardware and software.

8/24/2016
White Papers2184 Edge Computing Primer

Successful Internet of Things (IoT) applications require that data from systems that monitor and control the physical world be sent to information technology (IT) data processing systems. There the data can be analyzed and the results used to improve business capabilities: better inventory management, better predictive maintenance, reduced asset downtime, and much more.

But first we need to solve 3 problems: how to connect the physical world to the IT world, how to handle the huge masses of data that physical systems produce, and how to efficiently structure the IoT.

This white paper explores these problems and how edge computing can help solve them.

8/24/2016
Release NotesRM_SNAP_PAC_FW SNAP PAC Controllers and Brains Firmware README
This README file lists revision changes made to the firmware used in SNAP PAC S-series, R-series, and SoftPAC controllers; SNAP PAC EB-series and SB-series brains; and G4EB2 and G4D32EB2 brains.
8/23/2016
Other Technical Documents1783 Opto 22 Warranties and Repair/Return Policy
This document describes Opto 22's product warranties, including the lifetime warranty on solid-state I/O modules and solid-state relays (SSRs). It includes a list of all products by part number showing the warranty that applies to each product.
8/18/2016
Manuals1712 Legacy Edition, PAC Display User's Guide
This document is the Legacy Edition of the PAC Display User's Guide. This guide includes all the information you need if you are using both SNAP PAC hardware and older Opto 22 hardware with PAC Display.

Use this guide if you have SNAP Ultimate, SNAP Ethernet, SNAP Simple, SNAP-LCE, or mistic I/O units, or ioProject or FactoryFloor controllers that you're using with PAC Display.

If you have SNAP PAC hardware only, use form #1702 instead of this guide.
8/18/2016
Manuals1702 PAC Display User's Guide
This guide shows you how to use PAC Display, part of the PAC Project Software Suite, to create human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for your SNAP PAC System.
8/18/2016
Case Studies2197 Case Study: Natural Fruit Corporation

Natural Fruit Corporation wanted a better way to remotely monitor and control their refrigeration systems and eliminate the need to physically be on site to verify that systems are operating as expected.

8/18/2016
Product Data Sheets & Overviews2072 ICTD Temperature Probes Data Sheet
ICTD temperature probes are temperature sensors used with Opto 22 ICTD analog input modules, including SNAP, G4, and Standard (G1) modules.
8/18/2016
White Papers2173 Your IoT Primer: Bridge the Gap between OT and IT

You've probably heard about the Internet of Things (IoT). But what is it, and how will it affect our businesses?

This primer helps you understand the IoT and the significant challenges we face to realize its benefits.

The primer defines operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT), and shows how they are converging and why. It defines IoT technologies and suggests 3 steps you can take to develop an effective and profitable IoT strategy.

8/17/2016
Manuals1701 PAC Control Command Reference
This document provides detailed information on commands used in PAC Control, part of the PAC Project Software Suite. PAC Control is control programming software for the Opto 22 SNAP PAC System.

8/15/2016
Manuals1711 Legacy Edition, PAC Control Command Reference
This document is the Legacy Edition of the PAC Control Command Reference. This guide includes all the commands that apply to both SNAP PAC and legacy hardware.

Use this guide if your PAC Control strategy includes SNAP Ultimate, SNAP Ethernet, SNAP Simple, or mistic I/O units.

If your strategy works with SNAP PAC controllers and brains only, use form #1701 instead of this guide.