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These units have all the capabilities of the Full Feature Models below
AND huge high resolution screens
AND 82MB of project memory
AND a second SD card slot
AND an HDMI video out port.
These Full Feature Models are NEMA 4/4X (IP65) and include full color TFT screens with LED backlight; 800MHz CPUs; 1 Ethernet, 3 serial, and 2 USB ports; and an SD card slot.
Offering exceptional value, the Base Models have all the capabilities of the Full Feature Models above EXCEPT:
Only one serial port
No audio out
No Ethernet port (thus no support for features like: Webserver, Email, or Remote HMI)
Only one serial port
No audio out
Yes, the 7-inch base model even has Ethernet!
The C-more Remote HMI is an application for real time remote monitoring and control for the C-more HMI (Human Machine Interface). For this app to function as designed, a C-more panel that supports remote connectivity is required.
C-more Remote Access is also available on your PC, with our free browser based "Remote Access & Control".
Activation or Notification Tags provide an option for each account to have associated user configurable TAGS that allow the Panel project or PLC project to indicate that a remote user is connected, or to enable or disable the remote access feature. These tags can be used to activate alarms, events or notifications to alert local operators that a remote user is connected. The Disable/Enable TAGS can be assigned to a switch to allow local operators the ability to enable or disable the remote access feature for security or safety reasons.
Since the application is downloaded from the C-more panel through a PC's Web browser, authorized users can access and control the panel remotely without purchasing any additional software packages.
C-more Remote Access is also available on your iOS, Andriod or Amazon Fire Device, Remote HMI App.
Three Remote Access user accounts can be configured and stored in the panel project. Each account allows up to five remote users to be connected simultaneously, with the same access rights.
Each account can be configured in one of the following levels of access:
Connect C-more to your factory network, enable the Web server in your project, and then use any connected PC with a browser to request screen captures and retrieve log files. You can even customize the webpages on your panel with your own HTML files, including your company logo and other user specific information.
Just remember that these are screen captures, not live images. But it's as simple as clicking the refresh button in your browser for an updated view.
Enable the FTP server in your C-more project, connect the panel to your factory network, and transfer files back and forth using the File Transport Protocol (FTP).
Use your FTP client to request files from the C-more panel at anytime. Retrieve log data without disturbing the operator, or even opening the cabinet.
Use the event manager to schedule uploads periodically, or based on a certian conditions occuring. C-more can then upload log data and/or screen captures to a server, or other network connected device.
Use the Event Manager to send e-mail periodically or when certain criteria are met. You can include tag data in the message itself or even attach log files or screen captures to the e-mail message.
In this example, C-more logs an alarm due to an oven "over temp" condition monitored by a PLC. The Event Manager then sends a preconfigured e-mail to three e-mail addresses; one in the plant, one to an Internet e-mail account, and one to a SMS enabled cell phone (text messaging). This e-mail contains current PLC tag data as well as date and time info.
C-more supports SSL as well as Tag-based storage of e-mail address so that operators can update e-mail addresses without the programmer's support.
For security purposes (in this example) the plant network is not connected directly to the Internet. As shown, the SMTP mail gateway is the only network device connected to the Internet.Note: AutomationDirect does not recommend connecting industrial control equipment directly to the Internet, and can not be held responsible for any consequences that may arise.