And the award goes to... Opto 22 Wired+Wireless™!
Our thanks to all of you who voted Wired+Wireless the top pick of the year for wireless I/O systems in Control Engineering's 2010 Engineers' Choice Awards. More than 600 engineers chose the winners from among 96 new products in 29 categories.
Wired+Wireless gives you real choices in wireless:
- Choose 802.11a, b, or g for the best performance in your application.
- Choose top security algorithms, including WPA2-AES, used by government and corporations.
- Choose any SNAP I/O you need from the wide variety we offer.
- And most important, choose to use a wireless network, a wired network, or both at the same time, just like your laptop. You can switch from wired to wireless without adding or changing hardware, without disturbing field wiring, and without changing control logic.
Check out Wired+Wireless PACs and I/O and see if they can help you.
As a building automation technician for 18 years, Ben Orchard helped develop over 1000 PAC Display™ HMI screens. In this seminar, Ben shares some real-world tips & tricks he learned, including:
- Speeding development with templates
- Planning navigation systems for expansion
- Using built-in and imported graphics
- Launching other applications from within PAC Display
PAC Display Tips & Tricks Seminar
When: February 4, 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time
Duration: 45 minutes plus Q&A
Take a quick OptoMinute to learn a little about the Wired+Wireless PACs and I/O that won the Engineers' Choice award. In our latest video, Opto 22's Ben Orchard gives you the highlights in just 60 seconds.
Wired+Wireless is just what it says: you can use these PACs and brains on a wired network, a wireless network, or both. More about Wired+Wireless.
Want a more detailed video? Then watch the six-minute Wired+Wireless Overview. Engineer Alexi Gray talks about why and where you might use wireless, discusses concerns you may have about wireless—like security, performance, and cost—and shows you Opto's wireless products.
Have you been to free SNAP PAC System training, but you'd like more?
You've asked for it, and now we're working on it. And we'd really like to know: What do you want to learn? What specific subjects should we cover in an advanced class?
Tell us the subjects you'd like to have included, and we'll send you your very own Opto 22 USB key, plus we'll enter you in a drawing for a seat in the advanced class. (Yes, there will be a charge for the advanced class, but the beginning class will remain free.)
You've got to enter to win. Email your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
And thanks for your help!