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I bet you’re here because you’ve realized that your customers are demanding your devices be connected to some standard industrial protocol. You can no longer sell a device that has no communications capability and hope to stay competitive. Even if you have Modbus RTU or a proprietary serial protocol, you have realized it’s just not enough.
If you develop automation devices, anything from simple prox switches to sophisticated Motion Controllers and have no idea how to take the first step towards network enabling, you’ve come to the right place. Our business is to provide you with the technology you need to quickly and painlessly deploy networking protocols in your products. That’s what we do. We provide the entire package you need to be successful with whatever network your customers need.
What makes our source code stacks the best choice for you?
We’ve been working in Industrial Automation for over twenty years. We wrote every line of our stacks in house. This means the support you receive is from the author of the code. The same person that codes the entire stack line by line is helping you install and troubleshoot your application. We challenge anyone else to support the same claim. We also offer the quickest installation program available. Remember, while your business may not be Industrial Automation, ours is. In fact it is all we have been doing for more than 20 years.
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Source Code Case Studies
RTA DF1 Stack Helps Win Quarter Million Dollar Project
Head office of one of the Top Three automotive makers decided that ‘recipe’ data for car assembly should be sent to the shop floor using a new, standardized methodology. The catch: the new controls system would need to communicate seamlessly with legacy equipment, including SLC 500 and Micrologix-controlled machinery too expensive to replace, not to mention requiring downtime the car maker couldn’t afford. Read More Here…