Improve the performance of your edge I/O with the latest groov RIO firmware update 2.0.2.
If you’re a groov RIO edge I/O user, you’ll want to take advantage of this new firmware update. Firmware version 2.0.2 is available for download now.
Are you drawing or creating graphics for your control system diagrams or HMIs? We’d like to help you with that. Our engineering and graphics teams have worked together to create some detailed Microsoft Visio Stencils of Opto 22 products, including new templates for groov EPIC and groov RIO.
The Control System Integrators Association (CSIA) continues its popular podcast series, “Talking Industrial Automation”, and host Lisa Richter asked our own Josh Eastburn to share his insights in a recent episode.
We are pleased to announce a new addition to the Opto 22 distribution channel: Galco. Based in Madison Heights, Michigan, Galco serves all of North America and is committed to providing exceptional support for all Opto 22 product sales and services.
Now more than ever, online training and communication tools have become the key to success in today’s world. With COVID-19 changing the way everyone does business, we’ve seen how important our OptoU lessons have become to our current customers, engineers who are new to the industry, as well as for those looking to be educated on new technology.
Inductive Automation’s annual Ignition Community Conference (ICC) provides unique opportunities to get expert tips from Ignition trainers, see real-world Ignition projects from other industries, and meet with industry leaders and subject-matter experts from around the world of industrial automation. As with most 2020 conferences, the show must go on but in a virtual format, and Opto 22 will be there too.
You might recall from earlier OptoBlog posts that we always jump at the chance to be a part of Ignition Community Live events. They are a great way to show off how seamlessly groov EPIC and groov RIO work with Inductive Automation’s Ignition® platform. This time, Opto 22’s Benson Hougland joined forces with Doug Yerger from Grantek for a cross-country demo.
When their PLCs began experiencing regular failures and the operating system of their HMI approached its end of life, American Metal Processing (AMP) knew it was “on borrowed time.” In addition, the majority of system components were not integrated or automated beyond direct motor control. What was the best road to a modern system? How could the company achieve the data integrity, tracking, and connectivity required by their customers?
Even before the onset of COVID-19, Opto 22 had begun reconfiguring its sales operations to better serve you. With today’s business world relying on remote and online capabilities, we’ve now adapted to provide even more flexible, integrated support.