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The ability to manage appropriate access levels for multiple users is integral to effective user interface design for machine control. Join us as we demonstrate the facilities available in Cscape for configuring credentials, managing access, and monitoring log-ins. WATCH NOW...
On rare occasions, things can go wrong during a field firmware update. In those situations, recovery is critical. In this session we will demonstrate our recently updated Recovery Tools that can get you back up and running as soon as possible. WATCH NOW...
The Horner family of OCS All-in-one controllers have always offered the capacity for a large number of user interface screens. Whether it is the Micro OCS with 250 screens, or the XL Series with 1023 screens - more than likely your OCS model supports more than you need. However, if your application does require a
Join us for the launch of the newest Horner OCS All-in-one Controller line - the XL Prime Series! The XL Prime offers an evolutionary upgrade of the XL Series - our most popular product line. Featuring higher performance - the XL Prime offers an upgraded microprocessor core and a modern memory architecture that doesn't depend
Does your machine have a large number of setup parameters? Does your budget limit the size of the screen you are able to utilize in your application? The Cscape Menu Object can allow you to provide an intuitive method for user data entry and machine setup - and it doesn’t require a large screen to
In these challenging days - automation engineers sometimes need to “get creative” to solve supply chain issues. Are you struggling to source Ethernet IP I/O? In this session - we’ll show you how to utilize the XLEE and it’s surprisingly versatile I/O complement as a highly capable Ethernet IP I/O block. Join us for this
In Part 1 of our series we focused on model selection, I/O replacement and utilizing as much of the existing logic program as possible. In Part 2 - we focus on graphics. How can I utilize some or all of the existing graphics screens from the legacy controller? What if I have to scale graphics
The very first Horner OCS100 & OCS200 models hit the market in 1998 and tens of thousands have been providing reliable service ever since. If you've got one of these workhorses, you may be in the market to modernize your control system. Lucky for you, you'll be able to accomplish that while reusing a significant
The Horner OCS X5 stands apart from other Horner OCS models - in a good way. The X5 combines the compact packaging of Micro OCS and the advanced networking capabilities of the XL Series with a unique I/O complement. In this session we will explore the X5’s uniqueness and some of the applications in which