The OCS-I/O analog options are impressive - but in this session we’ll focus on the available digital modules - typically making up the bulk of I/O points in a system. Do you need DC Inputs? AC? What about solid-state outputs? Relays? Join us as we examine the available options and not only review specifications but
The OCS-I/O is an exciting new Remote I/O family - with an impressive all-new design. One of the more impressive I/O modules available for OCS-I/O is the ADU100 - Universal Analog Input Module. Join us as we take a deep dive into this versatile module which supports a multitude of sensor types (including RTD &
One of the advantages of the New ETX250 is its ability to support multiple protocols. Not only can it be used with a Horner OCS as Remote I/O (covered on January 10) but it also can be used as Ethernet IP Remote I/O. With the industry shortage of Ethernet IP I/O availability – this is
SmartRail is a versatile Remote I/O option for Horner OCS - with popularity options including CsCAN and Ethernet. In this Hands-on session we’ll connect and demonstrate the NEW SmartRail I/O Ethernet Base with support for both Ethernet/IP and Modbus TCP. Re-designed for 2022, this component provides an easy way to add Ethernet-based I/O to your
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Join us in 2023 for OCS Training in Indianapolis, IN! We still have spots available for our Q1 basic and advanced sessions. Basic: January 24-26 Advanced: February 7-8 Visit our OCS Training page for more information or to register for upcoming classes. WATCH NOW...
Thanks to our loyal customers – 2022 was a great year at Horner Automation. Strong sales, several new product releases and nearly 100 new videos on our Horner YouTube channel. Join us on this first Tuesday of the year as we celebrate 2022. We’ll highlight our most popular videos – many of them customer requested
Drum Sequencers (sometimes called Drum Instructions) are a great tool in a Control Engineer’s toolbox. They are instructions typically used to execute a simple sequence of events that are repeated over and over again in an application. These events are often time-based, but they can also be input based. In this session we’ll introduce the
If you have an application where you are measuring flow - one of your key control tasks may be to totalize that flow. Proper totalization requires more than just math - accurate analog and time measurement are critical. In this session we’ll illustrate effective techniques including utilizing the Horner OCS high-resolution time-base to ensure you
On this channel we’ve extolled the virtues of variable-based ladder logic programming with its User-Defined Function Blocks (UDFBs). In this hands-on session, we’ll start with an analog processing routine developed using register-based ladder logic and transform it into a variable-based UDFB. You’ll not want to miss this session where we demonstrate how to efficiently re-use