In dealing with time in an application - sometimes it's extremely straightforward, and sometimes it's a little more complicated than it seems. Take elapsed time, for example. For shorter time frames, we can simply use a timer - but for longer time frames that doesn't always work. And what if we want to know how
During our Halloween special, we had a lot of fun dropping pumpkins from the roof of our Horner USA facility. Even though that particular video was just a fun spoof - there was some worthwhile application programming behind the silliness. In this Livestream we will demonstrate the Horner OCS High-Speed Counter executing precision timing functions.
Automation Engineers can sometimes use a little help. And the help needed varies day-to-day - help with an existing product, help learning a new product, help selecting components, help components share data. It’s all part of application solving - and it is the everyday life of an Automation Specialist like Andrew Jagger from Powermation. In
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
As application engineers, having great testing and simulation tools at our disposal not only makes our life easier - it makes our results better. In this session, we will demonstrate how to take full advantage of the new Horner I/O simulator when developing applications for the Micro OCS series of all-in-one Controllers. WATCH NOW...