New Version Ready

Fairway, Kan. —UCOS version 3.1, pc-based control software, now includes data import/export capabilities that are said to speed system development and a number of new tools for customizing the operator interface, scripting language, and user-defined help. The release also provides enhanced hardware fault diagnostic capabilities.

03/01/1998


Fairway, Kan. —UCOS version 3.1, pc-based control software, now includes data import/export capabilities that are said to speed system development and a number of new tools for customizing the operator interface, scripting language, and user-defined help. The release also provides enhanced hardware fault diagnostic capabilities. UCOS is a control system product which includes project development software, operator interface graphics, and real-time logic execution software. Its architecture includes PC-based engineering and operator workstations running under Microsoft Windows NT, industrial real-time controllers, and the user's choice of industry standard I/O subsystems.

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