Try PAC Project control and HMI software—no hardware needed!
Full PAC Project Basic version 9.2 software and a brand-new HMI screen are now included in the PAC Project Demo.
Here is everything you need to demonstrate or experiment with Opto 22's PAC Project Software Suite:
- PAC Control development software and a pre-made control strategy
- PAC Display HMI software and a pre-made HMI project
- SNAP PAC Sim, a PC-based control engine simulator
- The PAC Project Demo Quick Start pdf, which shows you how to run the demo
The HMI project includes sample screens for a bottling plant, a yacht, the SNAP PAC Learning Center, and now a pump, complete with engine, clutch, and gear shift.
Download PAC Project Demo.
See the Quick Start Guide.
Yes, you read that right: energy monitoring can not only save you money, but also become a source of profit.
If you missed our recent webinar introducing demand response and how it can be a revenue source for your company, don't worry. Now the recorded webinar is available on You Tube. Learn about:
- How power gets to your business
- Types of energy management programs and how they save you money
- Basic energy market terminology, so you can talk to your energy provider
- Three simple steps to start a DR program
- Case study example: SUPERVALU Grocery
View Energy Monitoring for Profit.
Duration: 34 minutes
Recommended for: Everyone
Join eSight Energy and Opto 22's Bill Ludwig for the Energy Management Road Show in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, next week.
Learn how your business can reduce energy costs, consumption, and carbon by up to 30%.
See real-life case studies of other businesses, and ask questions about saving money while meeting your own energy requirements.
- Energy Management Road Show
- Where: Hyatt House, King of Prussia, PA
- When: June 27, 2012, 8:00-10:00 a.m.
- Breakfast and prize drawing included
Not in Philadelphia? Stay tuned for additional Energy Road Shows in Los Angeles and Houston, later this year.
We know you've been polishing up your useful, portable, creative, well-documented code/subroutine/HMI project for our summer Code Contest. Don't forget—you could win an iPad or a Kindle Fire.
Contest deadline (last day to submit your entry): July 25, 2012
Last day to vote: July 30, 2012
Winners announced: August 1, 2012
Two winners will be chosen, based 50% on voting in the OptoForums (that means YOU) and 50% on judging from Opto 22 engineers.
See Contest Rules and How To Enter.
Everyone can vote. See How to Vote
in the Contest.
Send in your code today!