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GE supplies embedded electronics, process control, and software to unlock the potential of continuity, connectivity and collaboration for control systems. With innovative systems and solutions, GE delivers products that improve performance, greater uptime and lower total cost of ownership.

Easy Migration to the RX3i

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90-30 Migration

For almost 30 years with over 650,000 systems installed, the 90-30 series was the most innovative small controller with the widest application coverage. GE announced that starting October 1st, 2015 the 90-30 series will only be available for the next two years. We encourage you to look towards the future and consider a migration path to the PACSystems RX3i.

You can prevent unexpected failures and costly downtime of your systems by implementing a migration plan. The RX3i increases system performance and flexibility with integrated control platforms, logic, motion, HMI, process control and redundancy.

90-70 Migration

The Series 90-70 PLCs were the industry standard for complex applications requiring safety systems with large numbers of I/O and large amounts of process memory. On May 31, 2011, GE  discontinued the 90-70 PLC product line. Now, 90-70 parts are in extremely limited supply, thus making modernization a priority.  Migrating to the  RX3i platform can be done quickly with little or no programing changes - only some series 90-70 I/O modules may require conversion to compatible PACSystems RX3i I/O modules.

Once you have migrated to the RX3i, you can increase application uptime, lower operating costs, and drive high performance in a single platform.

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Decrease Your Security Risk With GE QuickPanels 01/12/2015

Decrease your Security Risk with GE QuickPanels Decrease your security risk by giving certain users privileges GE's series of QuickPanel HMIs use security to do just this Here is how to configure and...(read more)

Decrease your Security Risk with GE QuickPanels Decrease your security risk by giving certain users privileges GE's series of QuickPanel HMIs use security to do just this Here is how to configure and implement security on QuickPanels. The act of configuring users is done during the runtime Typically this means downloading and running on the QuickPanel itself but you can simulate the project on the PC before downloading Click on the target within Machine Edition and enable the Simulate property. Next, create/edit a panel and add two buttons anywhere Double click one button to give a touch animation of Logon. © 2015 Logic, Inc ALL RIGHTS RESERVED No part of this content may be copied, reproduced or otherwise utilized without permission Double click the other button and give it a Touch animation with a script You'll be using the EditUserList command which can be found by right clicking in the script body. Now download the project and run The target has been set to simulate so it should run on your local PC Open the panel you've made and you'll see the two buttons we placed Click the first button to trigger the logon dialogue The default credential is: username: master password: control After logging in, click on the second button to trigger the EditUserList dialogue This window is where we create new users, access levels, and permissions. © 2015 Logic, Inc ALL RIGHTS RESERVED No part of this content may be copied, reproduced or otherwise utilized without permission At this point, security has been configured but it hasn't been implemented Simply hide objects in all your panels by their Visibility Animation Objects can be visible based on user or access level as shown below. © 2015 Logic, Inc ALL RIGHTS RESERVED No part of this content may be copied, reproduced or otherwise utilized without permission

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