This file contains AutoCAD drawings of Opto 22 products dating from 1988 to 2003. These are the same drawings that have been available on our BBS. Included is an Excel file describing the file names and relevant Opto 22 part numbers.
Mistic I/O is a serial (RS422/485) protocol allowing up to 4,096 I/O points (per serial link) to be connected to a computer or Mistic controller used with Mistic-protocol brains and brain boards such as the B100, B200, and B3000. For use with Mistic controllers and I/O.
Mistic I/O is a serial (RS422/485) protocol allowing up to 4,096 I/O points (per serial link) to be connected to a computer or Mistic controller used with Mistic-protocol brains and brain boards such as the B100, B200, and B3000.
For Microsoft Windows 95/Windows NT users.
This file installs drivers for E1, E2, B1, B2, and serial B3000 and B3000-B brains. It is based on the "iolib_optomux.dll" library. This toolkit is recommended for all new Optomux-based applications because it supports Optomux communications over both Ethernet and serial networks.
The toolkit can emulate the interface that the earlier library "OptoMWD.dll" provided; however, using this interface is not required. This legacy interface capability is included to help an existing OptoMWD.dll user make a smoother migration to this newer toolkit. The legacy utilities OptoScan and OmuxUser are also included.
This toolkit is compatible with Windows XP and Windows 2000 operating systems. It is not compatible with .NET programming languages.
This file is used to configure analog I/O channels on the B3000 serial brain. Snapio.exe is typically used for applications with 3rd party software such as Wonderware or Intellution and a Mistic or Optomux protocol driver. After configuring the analog channels, the configuration is stored to flash in the B3000 serial brain, and your the third party software can read and write the I/O values.