Would you like to dramatically simplify the process of creating and deploying operator interfaces for your automation system or OEM equipment?
Then check out groov—described as a "game changer" as well as "addicting" and "fun" by those who have used it.
Webinar: Introducing groov
Date: Thursday, March 28, 2013
Time: 9:00–9:30 a.m. PDT (GMT-7)
In this short webinar, we'll cover:
- What is groov and why you need it now
- How to create and view operator interfaces in groov
- How groov works on virtually any browser-based computer, tablet, smartphone -- even HDTV
- Security: choices for securely adding groov to your facility or machine architecture
- Live demo of groov in action
Space is limited to the first 100 people who log in and join the webinar, so be sure to join on time.
We've completely sold out of our first and second allotments of groov.
If you haven't pre-ordered yours yet, now would be a good time!
We expect to start shipping groov in April. Getting on the pre-order list assures your spot in line when the third allotment becomes available to ship.
Contact your local distributor to pre-order your groov or order from the groov product page on opto22.com.
PLEASE NOTE: Because of the delay between ordering and shipping, we currently cannot accept credit card or PayPal orders for groov on opto22.com. Instead, place your order using a P.O. or C.O.D. and we'll get you on the list to get your groov as soon as possible.
Yes, groov now has its very own YouTube channel: groovChannel on YouTube.
Two videos are there already:
- "Mobile Made Simple"
- "Now You Can"
Coming soon: "Imagine" and "Five Minutes to Mobile."
Subscribe to groovChannel and you won't miss any! Just go to groovChannel and click the subscribe button at the top of the YouTube page.
Have you ever needed to record when a change is made to a variable (or several variables), and what that change was?
A recent OptoForum contribution by our own OptoMary gives you a PAC Control change log sample chart to do exactly that.
The chart periodically checks the variables you specify and compares their current values with their previous values. Then it can log the changes in a couple of ways, both included in the sample: by writing to a text file or by writing to a table.
As Mary points out, you could do other things in response as well. You could even add a command to send you an email when a variable changes.
To use the sample chart, just download it from the forum post and import it into your strategy (in PAC Control Config mode, choose Chart > Import).
Questions? Comments? Join the discussion in the OptoForums. You can ask and answer all kinds of questions in the forums.