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ModCom HMI SCADA Software

 

HMI SCADA Automation Software

 

The easiest way to communicate with the Stackable Data Modules is to use ModCom, a GUI-based HMI development platform created with the non-programmer in mind. Custom screens such as what's shown above can be setup very quickly and easily with little or no programming skills. Ready to run, built-in features include the following:

  • Instrument Gauges read external sensors and show voltage, temperature, pressure, etc.
  • Push Buttons turn on/off external electrical devices or operate their own buttons.
  • Slider Controls adjust output voltages by sliding the knob up or down with the mouse.
  • Event Counters can count pulses, external contact closures, or internal events.
  • Event Timers can measure the time between external switch or contact closures.
  • On-Screen Lights can be triggered by external contact closures or internal alarms.
  • Chart Recorders can plot the data from any of the screen objects onto a graph.
  • Log to File function can send the data from any of the screen objects to a file.
  • Log to Web function can upload the contents of the log file to the internet.
  • Scheduled Tasks can be written by the user to execute a sequence of events.
  • Conditional Statements can watch for and act upon specific conditions.
  • Keypad Entry allows the operator to input data using a touchscreen or mouse.

This software is absolutely FREE for personal use, and only $199 for a commercial license. To download a full-working full-feature version of this software, click below.

ModCom 8.2 For Windows 98, NT, ME, 2000,
XP, VISTA, WIN7, and WIN8.

 

 

 

Weeder Technologies Free HMI SCADA Automation Software

Data Acquisition & Control software or DAQ software is commonly referred to as HMI software which stands for Human Machine Interface, or SCADA software which stands for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition. It is used in industrial automation and process control applications which require an interface between small DAQ cards and a computer via an RS-232 port or USB port. Data logging and alarm reporting are common tasks as well as strip chart recorder and event handling. The data can be logged to a file and imported to a spread sheet, or the data can be logged to an internet web page for viewing on a smart phone.