Sevierville, TN, August 23, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- Updates Include:
New DataViewer that allows you to browse all your data!
New SQL failover options!
No limit on Microsoft Access database size!
Updates for ControlLogix processors!
WebDock updates DataPort to version 11.9.5! With the new version WebDock is introducing a new personnel and unlimited data tag version for $80.00 and $1500.00(US). The new version includes a completely redesigned interface for adding data points to your project. WebDock would like to thank the many customers who suggested and worked with us on the redesign of the new interface. Thank you!
WebDock is introducing a new personnel version for $80.00(US). WebDock also changed the 1500 data point version to unlimited and the price has been reduced to $1500.00(US)!
Ever wished you had a view into your process? WebDock’s DataPort data collection and troubleshooting software may be just what you have been waiting for. With DataPort you can easily view your data or troubleshoot a line. Starting at just $80.00 dollars this is one feature packed data collection and troubleshooting software application. All you need is an OPC server such as Rockwell Software’s RSLinx, Kepware’s OPC server, PLC direct or any other major OPC server to interface with your various programmable controllers.
WebDock’s DataPort (www.WebDock.net) has a long list of features and boasts that you can be collecting data within minutes of installing the software. DataPort creates and manages all databases from Microsoft Access to Microsoft SQL server. It even exports Microsoft Access databases to Microsoft Excel format. You do not have to setup or configure one database item. For local use DataPort logs your information to a Microsoft Access 95/97/2000 format database and for big jobs it will log to any Microsoft SQL server on your network.
DataPort includes a live data viewer that lets you see the data collected in real time and allows you to save the snapshot as a .csv file for easy import into Microsoft Excel or other applications.
WebDock’s DataPort includes standard a built in web server with graphing that allows you to view data points and graphs of your data from any web browser as well as export your graph data directly from your web browser. Access to the web server can be controlled by username/password security.
DataPort also includes standard a built in XML server, which allows you to built complex applications that do no rely on proprietary information or protocols. WebDock even provides demos of real time controls such as a vessel for you web pages.
You can download a fully functional version of the software from the WebDock website (www.WebDock.net).
At one-third the cost of competing products WebDock’s DataPort is feature- packed and worth a look.