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Xoptix releases OPC enhanced software

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Xoptix Ltd., which is based in Worcester, has released version 5.1 software for its in process particle sizer, which includes enhanced OPC data communications.

The sizer itself is a monitoring system designed to proactively safeguard process efficiency through particle size analysis.

OPC protocol is the international standard for the secure and reliable exchange of data in industry, and forms the backbone of communication integration over multiple systems. The new software release, enhanced with OPC intelligence, helps to standardise and integrate seamlessly for monitoring efficiency.

Technical Director, Richard Graves explains the importance of the release of the version 5.1 software: “Our software has been operating with OPC protocol for some time now and this new software release has been developed to further aid the integration of our particle sizer with multiple devices.” He adds “We’re continually making improvements across our range of equipment, to ensure customers get a quick and easy to use system that gives a detailed insight into particle size within their process. Saving our customers money and increasing process efficiency are our key aims.”


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