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Manuals1465 OptoMMP Protocol Guide

This guide is for programmers who are writing custom applications to communicate with Opto 22 memory-mapped devices. These devices include SNAP PAC controllers and SNAP PAC EB and SB brains; G4EB2 brains; SNAP Ultimate, SNAP Ethernet, and SNAP Simple I/O; E1 and E2 brain boards, and SNAP-LCE controllers.

The guide describes how to use the IEEE 1394-based OptoMMP memory-mapped protocol for programming. The guide also contains the complete memory map for all Opto 22 memory-mapped devices.

NOTE: This guide replaced previous individual programming guides for SNAP Ultimate I/O (form #1312) and SNAP Ethernet I/O (form #1227). This document was formerly called the "SNAP Ethernet-Based I/O Units Protocols and Programming Guide."

12/8/2016
Manuals2208 Digital I/O for Raspberry Pi Selection Guide

Now you can safely and reliably sense and switch industrial-level electrical loads with your Raspberry Pi® and Opto 22 industrially hardened digital I/O.

This Selection Guide describes compatible I/O racks and modules, power supplies, and accessories that work with the Raspberry Pi and the Digital I/O Carrier Board for the Pi (OPTO-P1-40P). Specifications, dimensional drawings, and wiring diagrams for racks and I/O modules are included.

12/5/2016
Manuals1714 Legacy Edition, PAC Manager User's Guide

This document is the Legacy Edition of the PAC Manager User's Guide. It includes information about both SNAP PAC hardware and older hardware.

Use this guide if you are using any legacy hardware (SNAP Ultimate, SNAP Ethernet, and SNAP Simple I/O, E1 and E2 brain boards) with PAC Manager.

If you are using SNAP PAC controllers and SNAP PAC brains only, use form #1704 instead of this guide.

11/17/2016
Manuals1704 PAC Manager User's Guide

This guide shows you how to use PAC Manager, part of the PAC Project Software Suite, to assign IP addresses, configure I/O, and inspect and maintain Opto 22 SNAP PAC hardware.

11/17/2016
Manuals1678 'Modbus/TCP Protocol Guide'
This document shows you how to set up communication between Ethernet-based Modbus systems (using Modbus/TCP) and the SNAP PAC System. In addition to the SNAP PAC System (SNAP PAC S-series and R-series controllers and SNAP PAC brains), the guide also covers Modbus/TCP communication with older Opto 22 Ethernet-based devices, including SNAP Ethernet, SNAP Simple, and SNAP Ultimate I/O; and E1 and E2 brain boards.
11/9/2016
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.

10/31/2016
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.
10/31/2016
Manuals2104 groov Box User's Guide for GROOV AR1
This user's guide shows you how to set up and configure a GROOV-AR1 groov Box. You can use groov to develop a mobile operator interface to securely monitor and control all your automation systems and equipment.
10/24/2016
Manuals1563 E1 and E2 User's Guide

E1 and E2 brain boards are drop-in replacements for B1 and B2 Optomux brain boards. E1s and E2s offer both serial and Ethernet networking as well as multiple simultaneous protocols, including Optomux over both serial and Ethernet, Modbus/TCP, and OptoMMP (the memory-mapped protocol also used with SNAP Ethernet systems).

E1 and E2 brain boards can also be used with PAC Project software, such as PAC Control and OptoOPCServer.

10/14/2016
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.
10/7/2016
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.
10/7/2016
Manuals1673 SNAP PAC Motion Control User's Guide
This guide shows you how to install and use the SNAP PAC Motion Control Subsystem, which provides an integrated hardware and software toolset for controlling multi-axis stepper motors. The subsystem consists of serial host communication modules, breakout racks, and a free library of motion commands, which are used with Opto 22 PAC Control software.
9/20/2016
Manuals1931 SNAP SSI (Serial Synchronous Interface) Module User's Guide

The SNAP-SCM-SSI module provides two individually isolated serial synchronous interface (SSI) inputs for acquiring data from linear or rotary transducers used in motion control.

This guide provides instructions for installing, configuring, and using the SNAP SSI module.

9/20/2016
Manuals1547 SNAP High-Density Digital Module User's Guide
This guide covers how to install and test SNAP 16-channel and 32-channel digital modules. These modules provide 16 or 32 points of digital input or digital output in the same space as a 4-channel digital module. They are ideal for OEMs and for anyone who needs up to 512 digital points on a single mounting rack.
9/20/2016
Manuals1191 SNAP Serial Communication Modules User's Guide

The SNAP-SCM-232, SNAP-SCM-485-422, SNAP-SCM-PROFI, SNAP-SCM-W2, SNAP-SCM-CAN2B, and SNAP-SCM-ST2 serial communication modules are designed for use with the SNAP PAC System and can also be used in standalone I/O units. Each of these modules conveniently provides serial data at a remote Ethernet location.

  • - The SNAP-SCM-232 and SNAP-SCM-485-422 typically interface with printers, scales, chart recorders, and barcode systems.
  • - The SNAP-SCM-PROFI provides a standard electrical interface with PROFIBUS DP® networks.
  • - The SNAP-SCM-CAN2B provides an interface to a Controller Area Network (CAN), so your SNAP PAC system can receive data from CANbus devices.
  • - The SNAP-SCM-ST2 provides pulse and direction signals for stepper motor drives.
  • - The SNAP-SCM-W2 complies with the Wiegand interface format and is used for access control applications.
9/20/2016
Manuals2132 HART SNAP I/O Modules User's Guide
This guide shows you how to install and use Opto 22's HART SNAP I/O analog input and output modules, either with PAC Control or in a custom program you develop.
9/20/2016
Manuals0233 AC7A - AC7B Users Guide
This document gives instructions for installing the AC7A/B adapter card in an Optomux network in 4-wire RS-422/485 mode with a PC and how to communicate with equipment other Optomux.
9/20/2016
Manuals1595 SNAP PAC R-Series Controllers User's Guide

This user's guide shows you how to install and use Opto 22's SNAP PAC R-series programmable automation controllers. SNAP PAC R-series controllers are on-the-rack industrial controllers. Each controller monitors and controls a wide range of devices and equipment wired to the I/O on its own rack and on distributed racks equipped with SNAP PAC EB-series brains. Alternatively, the R-series controller can be used as a slave to a larger, SNAP PAC S-series standalone industrial controller.

SNAP PAC controllers are programmed with PAC Control Basic or PAC Control Professional, Opto 22's flowchart-based development software, which is part of the PAC Project software suite.

9/1/2016
Manuals1703 PAC Control Commands Quick Reference
This document provides a quick reference to all 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.
8/30/2016
Manuals1713 Legacy Edition, PAC Control Commands Quick Reference
This document is the Legacy Edition of the PAC Control Commands Quick Reference. It lists all PAC Control commands used with both SNAP PAC hardware and legacy hardware.

Use this reference card 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 #1703 instead of this guide.
8/30/2016
Manuals1710 Legacy Edition, PAC Control User's Guide
This document is the Legacy Edition of the PAC Control User's Guide. It includes all the information you need to use PAC Control with both SNAP PAC hardware 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 #1700 instead of this guide.
8/29/2016
Manuals1700 PAC Control User's Guide
This document shows you how to use PAC Control, part of the PAC Project Software Suite, to develop control programs to run on SNAP PAC controllers. These programs, called strategies, contain the process logic that controls, monitors, and gathers data from your equipment and devices.

PAC Control strategies form the foundation for other PAC Project software, providing the single tagname database used for HMI creation in PAC Display, for OPC data elements in OptoOPCServer, and for data to be shared with databases in OptoDataLink.
8/29/2016
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
Manuals2188 BACnet/IP Integration Kit for PAC Project Guide
The BACnet/IP Integration Kit for PAC Project™ (Part # PAC-INT-BAC-IP) enables Opto 22 PAC systems equipped with SNAP PAC controller running a PAC Control™ strategy to communication with devices on a BACnet/IP network. The integration kit also works with strategies running on a SoftPAC™ software-based controller.

This guide describes the integration kit and how to use it.
8/1/2016
Manuals2027 groov Build and View User's Guide
This user's guide shows you how to set up, configure, and use groov to develop a mobile operator interface to monitor and control your automation systems and equipment.
7/29/2016
Manuals2045 SoftPAC Quick Start Guide

SoftPAC is a software-based programmable automation controller (PAC) designed for PC-based control. This short document shows you how to configure and run SoftPAC.

SoftPAC is programmed with PAC Control, just like a hardware PAC. For information on programming SoftPAC, see the PAC Control User's Guide, form 1700.

7/21/2016
Manuals1690 SNAP PAC Brains User's Guide

SNAP PAC brains, one of the four components of the SNAP PAC System, provide I/O processing and network communications for your distributed SNAP PAC System. SNAP PAC Ethernet brains can also be used as intelligent remote I/O in an Allen-Bradley Logix-based PLC system.

This guide shows you how to install and use all SNAP PAC brains: wired Ethernet, Wired+Wireless, and serial.

7/21/2016
Manuals1592 SNAP PAC S-Series Controllers User's Guide

This user's guide shows you how to install and use Opto 22's SNAP PAC S-series programmable automation controllers. SNAP PAC S-series controllers are one of four components of the SNAP PAC System. These controllers work with PAC Project software, SNAP PAC brains, and SNAP I/O modules to form an easy-to-use system for remote monitoring, industrial control, and data acquisition.

SNAP PAC controllers are programmed with PAC Control Basic or PAC Control Professional, Opto 22's flowchart-based development software, which is part of the PAC Project software suite.

7/8/2016
Manuals1781 B3000-B Serial Brain User's Guide
The B3000-B is a mistic serial brain designed as a modern drop-in replacement for the B3000. The B3000-B has the same functionality as the B3000, except that it does not support the Optomux protocol. This guide shows you how to configure, wire, and maintain the B3000-B serial brain.
6/23/2016
Manuals1831 SNAP PAC Redundancy Option User's Guide
This guide describes how to set up an Opto 22 control system with controller-level redundancy. It is intended to be used with the SNAP PAC Redundancy Option Kit, part number SNAP-PAC-ROK.
6/23/2016
Manuals0876 SNAP I/O Module Integration Guide
This manual is designed for OEMs and others who are communicating directly with SNAP I/O analog, digital, and serial modules. Details of both the serial and ARCNET protocols are included.
6/23/2016
Manuals2063 groov Quick Start Guide for GROOV-AT1

GROOV-AT1 NOTE: This quick start is for the older model GROOV-AT1 groov Box. If you have a GROOV-AR1 fanless Box, see form 2103 instead.

Opto 22's groov lets you easily build effective operator interfaces and view them on virtually any computer or mobile device, any size or manufacturer, from anywhere.

This Quick Start guide shows you how to set up groov, build a simple interface, and view it.

4/5/2016
Manuals2077 groov Box User's Guide for GROOV AT1

This user's guide shows you how to set up and configure a groov Box, part number GROOV-AT1 or GROOV-AT1-SNAP. You can use groov to develop an operator interface to monitor and control your automation systems and equipment.

3/31/2016
Manuals2078 groov Server for Windows User's Guide
This user's guide shows you how to set up and configure groov Server, the software version of groov which you can use to develop an operator interface to monitor and control your system.
3/8/2016
Manuals2103 groov Quick Start Guide for GROOV-AR1

GROOV-AR1

Opto 22's groov is a new way to easily build effective operator interfaces and view them on virtually any computer or mobile device, any size or manufacturer, from anywhere.

This Quick Start guide for the GROOV-AR1 groov Box shows you how to set up groov, build a simple interface, and view it.

3/8/2016
Manuals2161 Guide to Networking groov

This guide helps you understand the basics of networking over wired Ethernet networks and wireless LANs. It also provides guidelines for ways to set up communications between your groov Box or Server and your automation systems and equipment.

The goal is for you to be able to securely monitor and control your equipment from anywhere you need to, either inside your facility or anywhere in the world over the Internet, using a groov mobile interface.

The guide includes information on IP addresses, gateway routers, VPNs and port forwarding, and a glossary of networking terms.

1/15/2016
Manuals1909 IO4AB User's Guide
This guide provides instructions on how to set up EtherNet/IP messaging between an Allen-Bradley® Logix™ controller and Opto 22’s SNAP PAC I/O using Opto 22’s EtherNet/IP Configurator as well as Allen-Bradley’s RSLogix™ 5000 software.
9/15/2015
Manuals1770 EtherNet/IP for SNAP PAC Protocol Guide
This guide provides detailed descriptions of the EtherNet/IP commands that can be accessed when using remote Opto 22 I/O with an Allen-Bradley controller.
9/15/2015
Manuals1459 PCI-AC51 and PCIe-AC51 User's Guide

The PCI-AC51 and PCIe-AC51 are high-speed adapter cards designed to link the Pamux® bus to PCI-compatible or PCI Express-compatible computers.
• The PCI-AC51 is compatible with a standard PCI bus.
• The PCIe-AC51 is compatible with PCI Express.

The Pamux Systems SDK is included with purchase of either card. This user's guide covers installation and use of both cards and the SDK.

NOTE: These cards replace the older PCI-AC28.

8/19/2015
Manuals1983 CAN Integration Kit for PAC Project Guide

User's guide for the PAC-INT-CAN-RX Opto 22 CAN Integration Kit. This integration kit supports receiving data only, on a SNAP-SCM-CAN2B module with firmware R1.0b or lower, using CAN protocols J1939, NMEA 2000, and ISO 11783.

IMPORTANT: If you want to both receive and send data, use a SNAP-SCM-CAN2B module with firmware R2.0b or higher and a different integration kit, PAC-INT-CAN-RXTX.

7/15/2015
Manuals2038 Network LED Dimmer User's Guide

The Opto 22 Network LED Dimmer is a constant voltage PWM (pulse width modulation) dimmer that controls light-emitting diodes (LEDs). Used alone or in tandem, this compact dimmer is suited for applications involving LED color mixing; roadway, step, or path marking; backlighting; facade or wall lighting; or any other use that requires variable light from LEDs.

Use the Network LED Dimmer to control LEDs either manually or through standard serial protocols—including DMX512-A, Modbus/ASCII, and Optomux—and incorporate lighting control into existing building, automation, and lighting control systems.

6/19/2015
Manuals1932 OptoEMU Sensor User's Guide
The OptoEMU Sensor monitors energy usage in your facility so you can track energy data and reduce costs. This document describes how to install and use the OptoEMU Sensor and the optional auxiliary box.
3/26/2015
Manuals1907 BACnet MS/TP Integration Kit for PAC Project Guide
The BACnet MS/TP Integration Kit for PAC Project™ (Part # PAC-INT-BAC) enables your Opto 22 PAC system equipped with a SNAP-PAC-S1 or SNAP-PAC-S2 controller to communicate with a BACnet MS/TP network. BACnet is a communications protocol for building automation and control networks. MS/TP is a Master-Slave/Token-Passing specification of BACnet. This guide describes the integration kit and how to use it.
3/16/2015
Manuals1796 Guide to Networking Opto 22 Products

Networking can be a complex subject. This guide tries to reduce the complexity by providing guidelines for how you might set up communications between your computer or mobile device and your SNAP PAC control system, including groov.

The goal is for you to be able to monitor and control your system from anywhere you need to, either inside your facility or outside it. It's possible to do this because Opto 22 control systems are built on standard protocols such as TCP and UDP over IP, which are the same protocols used by off-the-shelf computers, routers, and the Internet.

This guide shows you how to communicate with Opto 22’s SNAP PAC controllers and groov using wired Ethernet networks and wireless LANs, both within your facility and over the Internet.

3/13/2015
Manuals1773 User's Guide: DNP3 Integration Kit for PAC Control
The DNP3 Integration Kit for PAC Control allows Opto 22 SNAP PAC controllers, using PAC Control™, to connect via an Ethernet network or serial port and communicate using DNP3, the Distributed Network Protocol. This guide describes the kit and how to use the kit.
9/17/2014
Manuals1572 Optomux Protocol Guide
The Optomux Protocol Guide provides complete command documentation and examples for programmers using either the Opto 22 Optomux Protocol Driver or the Optomux protocol itself. This guide replaces the previous forms #203 (Optomux Protocol User's Guide) and #92 (Optoware User's Guide).
6/18/2014
Manuals1706 Allen-Bradley DF1 Integration Kit For PAC Control Users Guide
The Allen-Bradley DF1 Integration Kit (Part # PAC-INT-ABDF1) provides users of Opto 22’s PAC Control software(version 8.0 and above) an easy method of communicating with Allen-Bradley drivers or PLCs using the DF1 protocol. Opto 22 controllers can act as either a “master” or a “slave” device. They can be connected directly to the serial porton an Allen-Bradley PLC or to Data Highway networks using standard Data Highway interface devices.
12/18/2013
Manuals2058 PCIe-AC51 Adapter Card Quick Start
The PCIe-AC51 is a high-speed adapter card designed to link the Pamux® bus to PCI Express-compatible computers. This quick start shows you how to install the card and the PAMUX Systems SDK software that comes with it.
11/27/2013
Manuals2041 PCI-AC51 Adapter Card Quick Start
The PCI-AC51 is a high-speed adapter card designed to link Opto 22 I/O to PCI-compatible computers for PC-based control using the Pamux protocol. This quick start shows you how to install the adapter card and the PAMUX Systems SDK that comes with it.
11/14/2013
Manuals1222 PCI-AC5 and PCIe-AC5 Quick Start
This document shows you quickly how to install the card and its software. For more details, see form 1211, the PCI-AC5, PCIe-AC5, and AC5 User's Guide.
11/14/2013
Manuals1211 PCI-AC5, PCIe-AC5, and AC5 User's Guide

Opto 22 PCI-AC5, PCIe-AC5, and AC5 (or G4AC5) adapter cards provide an interface between personal computers and Opto 22 digital input/output (I/O) mounting racks for direct connection to I/O points.

This document includes installation and use instructions for the cards and the driver toolkit that comes with them.

11/12/2013
Manuals2098 IEC60870-5 Integration Kit for PAC Project Guide
The IEC60870-5 Integration Kit for PAC Project (Part #PAC-INT-IEC60870-5) allows Opto 22 SNAP PAC controllers using PAC Control to connect via an Ethernet network and serial port or serial module and communicate using 60870-5-101 and 60870-5-104 protocol. This guide describes the integration kit and how to use it.
10/15/2013
Manuals722 OptoServer User's Guide
User's guide for OptoServer software, part of the legacy FactoryFloor software suite
8/22/2013
Manuals2048 Network LED Dimmer Quick Start

The Opto 22 Network LED Dimmer is a constant voltage PWM (pulse width modulation) dimmer that controls light-emitting diodes (LEDs), either manually or through standard serial protocols—including DMX512-A, Modbus/ASCII, and Optomux.

This quick start guide shows you briefly how to configure and wire the dimmer. For complete instructions, see the Network LED Dimmer User's Guide, form 2038.

8/14/2013
Manuals1574 B1 and B2 User's Guide
Digital B1 and analog B2 brain boards use the Optomux protocol. For new installations, E1 and E2 brain boards are preferred. This guide includes B1- and B2-specific information that used to be in form #203, which is now obsolete. For Optomux information, see form #1572, the Optomux Protocol Guide.
11/13/2012
Manuals1061 SNAP-LCSX and LCSX-Plus User's Guide
This manual contains information about configuration, installation, and communications connections to the SNAP-LCSX and SNAP-LCSX Plus controller.
11/1/2012
Manuals1958 OptoEMU Sensor Communication Guide

OptoEMU Sensor™ Energy Monitoring Units monitor the electrical energy used in your facility and then deliver that data to applications so you can see it, analyze it, and take steps to reduce energy costs.

The OptoEMU Sensor can provide data to web-based or local software services; to control systems based on Opto 22’s PAC Project™ software and Modbus/TCP; to OPC clients; and to standard SQL databases. This Communication Guide shows you how to communicate with the Sensor in all these ways.

NOTE: To install and use the OptoEMU Sensor and see energy data through online software services such as Pulse Energy and eSight, see the OptoEMU Sensor User's Guide. If you are using the Sensor only with these online services, you do not need this Communication Guide.

8/9/2012
Manuals2026 Quick Start: Energy Monitoring HMI for OptoEMU Sensor

The Energy Monitoring HMI (human-machine interface) for OptoEMU Sensor gives you a simple way to see the energy your facility is using, so you can analyze this detailed data and take steps to reduce energy costs.

The Energy Monitoring HMI displays data from one OptoEMU Sensor (any model).

This Quick Start guide shows you how to install and use the Energy Monitoring HMI.

7/26/2012
Manuals1475 SNAP-LCE User's Guide
NOTE:This document covers a legacy product which is not recommended for new development. For new development, we recommend SNAP PAC S-series or R-series controllers.

The SNAP-LCE is a stand-alone, small-footprint, industrial controller designed for use with SNAP Ethernet-based I/O units. It is used primarily in industrial control applications. The SNAP-LCE provides real-time control and is programmed with the included ioControl.
7/26/2012
Manuals725 OptoControl Command Reference
Command reference for OptoControl software, part of the legacy FactoryFloor software suite
5/8/2012
Manuals2010 Opto aPAC Quick Start Guide

Use the Opto aPAC app to monitor all your Opto 22 SNAP I/O points and PAC Control variables, tables, and charts with your Android smart phone or mobile device.

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

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

4/30/2012
Manuals1460 SNAP Ethernet-Based I/O Units User's Guide
NOTE:This document describes legacy products that are not recommended for new development. For new development, we recommend SNAP PAC brains and R-series controllers.

This guide shows you how to install, use, and troubleshoot I/O units that contain the following brains: SNAP-B3000-ENET, SNAP-ENET-S64, SNAP-UP1-M64, SNAP-UP1-ADS, SNAP-ENET-RTC, SNAP-ENET-D64, and SNAP-UP1-D64.

NOTE: This guide replaces previous individual user's guides for SNAP Ultimate I/O (form #1311) and SNAP Ethernet I/O (form #1112).
11/9/2011
Manuals1697 Modbus/Serial Integration Kit for PAC Project
The Modbus/Serial Integration Kit for PAC Project (Part # PAC-INT-MBSER) allows Opto 22 controllers, using PAC Control, to connect via RS-232 or RS-485 to a Modbus device and communicate using the Modbus RTU or ASCII protocol. This guide describes the kit and how to use it.
10/10/2011
Manuals1534 Basler DGC-2020 Integration Kit for PAC Project Guide
The PAC Project files included in this Opto 22 kit (PAC-INT-MBBAS) provide an interface to use a SNAP PAC controller to read and write Modbus parameters to a DGC-2020 Digital Genset Controller by Basler Electric. The PAC Control and PAC Display files included take advantage of an optional feature of the DGC-2020 that performs Modbus communications by emulating a subset of the Modicon 984 Programmable Controller.
8/10/2011
Manuals1676 Modbus/TCP Integration Kit for PAC Project User's Guide
The Modbus/TCP Integration Kit for PAC Project (Part # PAC-INT-MBTCP) allows Opto 22 controllers, using PAC Control, to connect via Ethernet to any Ethernet/TCP-Modbus device and communicate using the Modbus/TCP protocol. The Integration Kit contains a set of PAC Control master subroutines, an example Modbus/TCP slave strategy, and PAC Display master and slave projects to show communication between the example strategies and a Modbus device.

This document explains how to use the integration kit. It assumes you already understand how to use PAC Control, Modbus/TCP, and the Modbus device to be used.
2/23/2011
Manuals0270 Mistic Protocol User's Guide
This manual describes the communication protocol required to communicate with all Mistic brain board types. Every Mistic command is fully explained and illustrated by a programming example.
8/23/2010
Manuals0522 Misticware Manual
The Misticware I/O driver is a software package designed to simplify communications with Mistic protocol I/O units.
8/23/2010
Manuals724 OptoControl User's Guide
User's guide for OptoControl software, part of the legacy FactoryFloor software suite
6/25/2010
Manuals1122 SNAP-LCM4 User's Guide
The SNAP-LCM4 is a powerful industrial controller that provides real-time control and communication to input/output (I/O) systems, serial devices, motion controllers, and networks.

PLEASE NOTE: The SNAP-LCM4 works with FactoryFloor software only. Both the SNAP-LCM4 and FactoryFloor are considered legacy products. For new development, we recommend using SNAP PAC controllers instead.
6/22/2010
Manuals1156 M4-Series Controller Ethernet Card Installation Guide

The M4SENET-100 is an Ethernet network interface card designed for Opto 22’s legacy M4-series industrial controllers, such as the SNAP-LCM4 and the M4RTU.

Note: M4 controllers are not recommended for new development. For new development, use SNAP PAC S-series controllers.

3/17/2010
Manuals1816 Opto 22 Energy Monitoring Unit Quick Start

The Opto 22 Energy Monitoring Unit (OPTOEMU1) is a complete package of hardware, software, and sample files that makes it easy to monitor a 3-phase electrical device—such as an air conditioning and heating unit, compressor, or electric motor—so you can anticipate energy bills and respond quickly when energy use rises unexpectedly.

This quick start guide walks you through hardware and software installation and shows you how to use the sample HMI for monitoring.

3/9/2010
Manuals0676 M4RTU/M4IO User's Guide
This reference manual provides complete specifications and instructions to set up and install an M4RTU or M4IO controller.
3/1/2010
Manuals1906 TL1 Integration Kit for PAC Project Guide
The TL1 Integration Kit for PAC Project™ (Part # PAC-INT-TL1) allows Opto 22 SNAP PAC controllers using PAC Control™ to manage telecommunication network elements (NEs) using the Transaction Language 1 (TL1) protocol, an element management protocol widely used in North America. This guide describes the kit and how to use it.
12/22/2009
Manuals1884 N-TRON 700 Series Managed Industrial Ethernet Switch User Manual and Installation Guide

This installation guide shows you how to install and use N-TRON 700-series Ethernet network switches. The 700-series are highly reliable, fully managed switches, ideal for use in industrial automation.

8/5/2009
Manuals1882 N-TRON 300 Series Installation Guide

This installation guide shows you how to install and use N-TRON 300-series Ethernet network switches and media converters. The 300-series are compact, reliable unmanaged switches, ideal for use in industrial automation.

8/4/2009
Manuals1883 N-TRON 500 Series Industrial Ethernet Switches Installation Guide

This installation guide shows you how to install and use N-TRON 500-series Ethernet network switches. The 500-series are highly reliable managed switches, ideal for use in industrial automation.

8/4/2009
Manuals1520 PCI-AC48 User's Guide
This manual describes the PCI-AC48, an isolated, high-speed adapter card designed to link RS-485 or RS-422 serial devices, such as Opto 22’s B3000 brains, with computers using the Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) bus. The PCI-AC48 is compatible with computers that feature a standard 33 MHz PCI bus. This adapter card is ideal if you have been using Opto 22’s AC37 adapter card in an application, but must upgrade to a newer computer that uses the PCI bus rather than the ISA bus.
9/29/2008
Manuals1894 N-TRON N-View OPC Server and Diagnostic Monitor Software Installation & User's Guide

This manual shows you how to install and use N-View software, which provides management and diagnostic information for N-TRON Ethernet switches and serves that data to OPC clients.

5/13/2008
Manuals1644 Modbus/TCP Integration Kit for ioProject
The Modbus/TCP Integration Kit for ioProject (Part # IOP-INT-MBTCP) allows Opto 22 controllers, using ioControl, to connect via Ethernet to any Ethernet/TCP-Modbus device and communicate using the Modbus/TCP protocol. The Integration Kit contains a set of ioControl master subroutines, an example Modbus/TCP slave strategy, and ioDisplay master and slave projects to show communication between the example strategies and a Modbus device.

This document explains how to use the integration kit. It assumes you already understand how to use ioControl, Modbus/TCP, and the Modbus device to be used.
2/5/2008
Manuals1660 Modbus/Serial Integration Kit for ioProject
The Modbus/Serial Integration Kit for ioProject (Part # IOP-INT-MBSER) allows Opto 22 controllers, using ioControl, to connect via RS-232 or RS-485 to a Modbus device and communicate using the Modbus RTU or ASCII protocol. This guide describes the kit and how to use it.
2/5/2008
Manuals0726 Pamux User's Guide
This manual provides all the information you will need to set up and use a Pamux system. It features complete descriptions of all Pamux components, including the B4, B5, and B6 brain boards and the AC28 and AC36 adapter cards.
1/22/2008
Manuals0581 G4LC32SX Users Guide
This manual contains information about configuration, installation, and communications connections to the G4LC32SX controller.
12/18/2007
Manuals0289 Mistic 100 G4LC4A User's Guide
This guide describes how to install and configure the G4LC4A I/O card for the G4LC4 local controller.
10/15/2007
Manuals0291 Mistic 100 G4LC4C User's Guide
This guide describes how to install and configure the G4LC4C baseboard and metal housing for the G4LC4 local controller.
10/15/2007
Manuals0278 G4LC4 Model 100 Processor User's Guide
This guide describes the architecture, installation, and configuration of the G4LC4 Model 100 Processor.
10/15/2007
Manuals0290 Mistic 100 G4LC4B User's Guide
This guide describes how to install and configure the G4LC4B processor card for the G4LC4 local controller.
10/15/2007
Manuals0912 Allen-Bradley DF1 Integration Kit
This manual provides information regarding the the Allen-Bradley DF1 Integration Kit part # OPTOINTAB.
8/17/2007
Manuals1555 Allen-Bradley DF1 Integration Kit For ioControl Users Guide
The Allen-Bradley DF1 Integration Kit (Part # IOP-INT-ABDF1) provides users of Opto 22’s ioControl software(version 6.0 and above) an easy method of communicating with Allen-Bradley drivers or PLCs using the DF1 protocol. Opto 22 controllers can act as either a “master” or a “slave” device. They can be connected directly to the serial porton an Allen-Bradley PLC or to Data Highway networks using standard Data Highway interface devices.
8/17/2007
Manuals0727 G4 Digital I/O Data Book
The G4 Digital I/O Data Book provides complete details on every G4 digital I/O product component, including adapter cards, I/O modules, and mounting racks.
7/19/2007
Manuals1698 SNAP PAC SNAP-IT-PM Installation Guide
This guide shows you how to install the SNAP-IT-PM packaged unit, which contains a SNAP PAC R-series controller or SNAP PAC brain, a 12-module I/O mounting rack, and power supplies, all pre-wired and packaged in a sturdy NEMA 3R metal housing.

The SNAP-IT-PM is used for monitoring and controlling facilities, machines for manufacturing and processing, communication towers, tanks, and other equipment.
4/27/2007
Manuals1344 OptoTerminal Qlarity Foundry User's Manual
Qlarity Foundry™ is a Windows®-based design tool that uses the Qlarity™ programming language to help you design user applications for the OptoTerminal-G70 and OptoTerminal-G75 operator interfaces. This manual covers design basics, user application design, specific Qlarity Foundry functions, and more.
3/21/2007
Manuals1343 OptoTerminal Hardware User's Manual
Opto 22 OptoTerminals are Ethernet-enabled graphic terminals with object-based programming. These terminals feature a robust list of industrial grade hardware features and options. This manual covers product description, supported interfaces, terminal components, installation instructions, power on setup information, and more.
3/21/2007
Manuals1345 OptoTerminal Programmer's Reference Manual
This manual covers the many aspects of the Qlarity Programming language. OptoTerminal software is divided into four major components: User Application (created in Qlarity Foundry™ or a compatible text editor using the Qlarity™ programming language), Application Binary (the user application compiled as binary so it can be downloaded to the terminal), System Software and Operating System (written in C using µC/OS) and the Hardware Abstraction (for the Windows® and the terminal’s hardware drivers).
3/21/2007
Manuals1338 OptoTerminal Quick Start Guide
This guide shows you how to configure an Opto 22 OptoTerminal-G70 or OptoTerminal-G75 and connect it to an Opto 22 SNAP Ultimate I/O™ , SNAP Ethernet I/O™ , or SNAP-IT™ system over a standard 10/100 Mbps Ethernet network. The guide also includes basic instructions for using the included Qlarity™ Foundry™ programming software to communicate with these Opto 22 I/O systems.
3/21/2007
Manuals723 OptoDisplay User's Guide
User's guide for OptoDisplay software, part of the legacy FactoryFloor software suite
6/20/2006
Manuals1440 ioManager User's Guide
ioManager is the software tool used to assign IP addresses and configure I/O points and system functions on most Opto 22 Ethernet-based hardware, including SNAP-LCE controllers: SNAP Ethernet, SNAP Ultimate, SNAP Simple, E1, and E2 I/O units; and SNAP-IT units. ioManager can also be used to directly read or write to these devices.
6/12/2006
Manuals1302 ioDisplay User's Guide
The ioDisplay User's Guide provides instructions for developing operator interfaces (HMIs) to monitor and control Opto 22 controllers. ioDisplay is part of the ioProject Basic and ioProject Professional software suites.
6/8/2006
Manuals1300 ioControl User's Guide
The ioControl User's Guide includes programming instructions and tips for developing control strategies to run on SNAP Ultimate controller/brains and SNAP-LCE controllers. ioControl is part of the ioProject software suite.
5/15/2006
Manuals1301 ioControl Command Reference
This command reference describes in detail all ioControl programming commands, or instructions. Use with form #1300, the ioControl User's Guide. ioControl is part of the ioProject software suite.
3/8/2006
Manuals1314 ioControl Commands Quick Reference Card
Quick reference card for using ioControl, including all standard ioControl commands and their OptoScript equivalents. ioControl is part of the ioProject software suite.
3/8/2006
Manuals0595 Mistic Installation Guide
Guide for configuring and installing the Mistic 200 System.
2/21/2006
Manuals0704 Cyrano Tutorial
Cyrano Tutorial
1/1/2006
Manuals0340 G4LC32 Model 200 Processor Users Guide
This manual contains information about configuration, installation, and communications connections to the G4LC32 controller.
8/24/2005
Manuals1252 SNAP-IT-RM Installation Guide
Installation guide for SNAP-IT-RM-ADS and SNAP-IT-RM-D64 rack mount SNAP-IT units.
2/2/2005
Manuals1267 SNAP-IT-PM Installation Guide
The SNAP-IT-PM panel mount unit is a packaged solution for attaching electrical, electronic, and mechanical devices to an Ethernet network.
2/2/2005
Manuals1171 FactoryFloor Master Glossary
Master Glossary for FactoryFloor software suite
12/17/2004
Manuals1192 Finding FactoryFloor Documents
Overview of available documents and built-in resources for FactoryFloor software
12/1/2004
Manuals0166 AC24AT_AC422AT Users Guide
The AC24AT and AC422AT cards provide an asynchronous RS-422/485 communications port for the ISA bus. The adapter cards are seen by the computer as standard COM ports.
8/23/2004
Manuals1476 OptoAgent Integration for Unicenter User's Guide
Form 1476, the OptoAgent for Unicenter User's Guide, details the installation and use of the OptoAgent Integration software.
8/18/2004
Manuals1411 SNAP-IT-1U Installation Guide
Installation guide for SNAP-IT-1U8U and SNAP-IT-1U8E rack mount SNAP-IT units.
4/14/2004
Manuals1195 PCI-AC28 Adapter Card User's Guide

PCI-AC28 is an obsolete product as of 1-18-05.

This document is provided for reference only.

9/3/2003
Manuals1263 SNAP PID Module User's Guide

NOTE: This product is OBSOLETE, because PID functionality is now built into SNAP PAC brains. This user's guide is still available for products already in the field.

The SNAP-PID-V module is designed for users of Opto 22 SNAP Ethernet I/O systems with the SNAP-B3000-ENET brain. The SNAP-PID-V monitors input signals and adjusts output signals to control one proportional-integral-derivative (PID) loop, performing all necessary PID calculations in the module itself.

7/3/2003
Manuals1407 Introduction to Monitoring with SNAP-IT
This document gives an introduction on how to connect real-world assets and equipment using Opto 22's SNAP-IT system. The SNAP-IT system helps gain real-time business data without disturbing systems and processes.
5/21/2003
Manuals0168 AC31 Users Guide
The AC31 is an addressable interface for the OPTOMUX bus. Many devices incompatible with the OPTOMUX bus protocol can be made compatible by using an AC31.
3/4/2003
Manuals0461 AC37 Users Guide
This manual contains information about the AC37, a high-speed communication adapter card.
10/28/2002
Manuals0526 Fiber Optic Repeater Adapter
The AC40 fiber optic data link adapter satisfies the requirements of industrial communications by using light instead of conventional electrical signals.
10/9/2000
Manuals0412 EX2 Users Guide
The EX2 daughter card is an expansion card for the LC4. The EX2 provides two, independent, full-duplex serial communications ports and a 24-line bidirectional parallel port.
10/9/2000
Manuals0641 G4LC32ISA Users Guide
This reference manual provides complete specifications and instructions to set up and install a G4LC32ISA controller.
10/3/2000
Manuals0524 Optomux and Optomux Support Products Data Book
This data book provides complete details on every G4 digital I/O product component, including adapter cards, I/O modules, and mounting racks.
10/2/2000
Manuals0643 Telemetry EPROM For Remote I/O Networks
The RT1xx telemetry EPROM upgrade for Remote Digital bricks is a replacement for the standard EPROM on the brain board.
9/14/2000
Manuals1128 Modbus 3.1 Integration Kit for OptoControl
The Modbus Integration Kit allows Opto 22 controllers, using OptoControl, to connect via serial port to any Modbus device and communicate using the Modbus protocol.
8/28/2000
Manuals0626 Mistic MMI Manual
The Mistic MMI (Man-Machine Interface) is a Microsoft Windows Version 3.1 (or later) program used to develop operator interfaces for Cyrano 200 strategies running Opto 22 Mistic control equipment.
1/7/2000
Manuals0092 Optoware Manual
Obsolete Document This manual has been replaced by Opto 22 form 1572, the Optomux Protocol Guide.

This manual covers all Optomux drivers.

1/7/2000
Manuals0173 LC2/LC4 Opto 22 FORTH
This document describes LC2/LC4 FORTH, a subset of FORTH-83, which is used to create programs for legacy LC2/LC4 controllers.
4/30/1999
Manuals0201 LC2/LC4 BASIC
This document describes LC2/LC4 BASIC, which is used to create programs for legacy LC2/LC4 controllers.
4/30/1999
Manuals0108 Optomux and Local Controller Programming Notes
These programming notes describe some typical OPTOMUX applications and programs written for legacy LC2 or LC4 controllers controlling OPTOMUX. The programs are written in IBM PC BASIC or FORTH 83, both of which are resident languages on the LC2/LC4.
4/21/1999
Manuals0691 Mistic Data Server
MDS (Mistic Data Server) is a software package that allows multiple Mistic MMIs and other DDE aware applications to easily access data from Mistic controllers. Two software programs make up the MDS package: the MDS Administrator, and MDS.
4/21/1999
Manuals0702 Cyrano Manual
This manual is intended to provide general information on installing and using Cyrano plus a description of all tools, menus, and dialog box options.
4/21/1999
Manuals0703 Cyrano Command Reference
This reference manual provides complete descriptions of all Cyrano commands, both operations (which execute something) and conditions (which evaluate something). It also includes detailed overview information on various command groups.
4/21/1999
Manuals0735 G4LC32ISA-LT Users Guide
This reference manual provides complete specifications and instructions to set up and install a G4LC32ISA-LT controller.
4/21/1999
Manuals0750 BD-DEVNET Users Guide
This reference manual provides complete specifications and instructions to set up and install a BD-DEVNET DeviceNet card.
4/21/1999
Manuals0157 LC4 Hardware Description and Installation Manual
This document provides a basic description and specifications of the legacy LC4 controller. It includes installation, wiring, jumpers, ports, and other features.
4/1/1999
Manuals0127 (Older) Pamux B4 Manual, Revision K and Lower
This document is the user's manual for Pamux B4 brain boards, revisions K and earlier. Its publication date is March 1990.
For Pamux B4 brain boards revisions L and higher, see form 0726, the Pamux User's Guide.
3/2/1997
Manuals0532 Mistic 200 Family Data Book
Mistic 200 Family Data Book
1/1/1997

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