Web visualization app for monitoring and control
Wago's Web visualization application, the Wago-WebVisu-App, enables the user to monitor and control operations directly from a smartphone or tablet for the plant floor and up to 100 controllers can be defined for direct and quick access via URL.
Wago's Web visualization application, the Wago-WebVisu-App, enables the user to monitor and control operations directly from a smartphone or tablet for the plant floor, shipboard, or machine automation.
The Wago WebVisu-App operates exclusively with Wago programmable controllers (e.g., PFC200, Ethernet 2.0 or BACnet/IP Controller). Up to 100 controllers can be defined for direct and quick access via URL. Connecting Wago controllers to a local wireless access point enables plant floor operators and maintenance personnel to easily acquire system information from their mobile devices.
Visualization screens are built within Wago-I/O-PRO, the same software used for programming, to provide an all-in-one solution without needing extra software. Wago-I/O-PRO provides straightforward graphic tools for speedy generation of screens with multiple security levels, enabling task-based login strategies.
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