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OptoTagPreserve copies variables from your PAC Control strategy running on a groov EPIC processor or SNAP PAC controller and saves them in a password-protected binary file or a plain-text XML, OptoScript...more
Technical Note: groov EPIC Update Checklist
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This basic checklist gives a high-level view of steps for updating your groov EPIC processor with new firmware. If you've updated your GRV-EPIC-PR1 before, the checklist may be all you need; but for...more
GRV-EPIC-PR1 Firmware
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This file contains all the firmware and software for the groov EPIC processor (GRV-EPIC-PR1). To find out what's included in the current release and past releases, check the GRV-EPIC-PR1 Firmware...more
Press Release: Opto 22 Releases groov EPIC version 1.4.1
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Opto 22’s groov EPIC firmware update version 1.4.1 enhances secure remote access with VPN and adds Inductive Automation Ignition options. The new update adds virtual private networking, new...more
Technical Note: Migrating from SNAP PAC to groov EPIC
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If you already have an Opto 22 SNAP PAC System, you may be looking at groov EPIC and wondering how it is different, and whether you should migrate to an EPIC system. What would you gain? What issues...more
Press Release: Opto 22 announces new Director of Technical Marketing
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Josh Eastburn brings experience in process automation and system integration to his new position as Director of Technical Marketing. In this position, Eastburn will lead the creation of useful and...more
System Update: Upload progress bar stops; banner turns red
Knowledge Base - KB88069 - Published:
During the Upload step of a system update (from groov Manage Home page, click Maintenance > Update), the progress bar will stop and the groov Manage title bar (in the background) will turn red. No error message is displayed.
PID mode in IVAL tab may be incorrect
Knowledge Base - KB88229 - Published:
In PAC Control Debug mode, on the IVAL tab of the View PID Loop dialog, the PID mode may be inaccurate (for example, auto instead of manual). The PID loop is running as expected and the PID mode is displayed correctly everywhere else.
Controller returns Status Code of -443 or -20 for HTTP Status Code of 204
Knowledge Base - KB88265 - Published:
If you run an HTTP Post from String table command with an empty body, the PAC Controller should return a Status Code of 0 because the HTTP Status Code for an empty body is 204, which is a valid response. However, the Status Code returned is -20 or -443.