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Creating a UDFB from Scratch Using Cscape Automation programmers have discovered that User Defined Function Blocks (UDFB’s) are the power feature in Variable-based (Tag-based) Logic Languages. In this week’s session - we will help Cscape programmers get fully up to speed as they create proven, modular code they can use over and over again.29/9/202210:30am CEST30 minutes
Performing Sequential Stepper Moves with Horner OCS The Horner OCS All-in-one Controller can be an excellent choice for Indexing applications. Lately there has been an explosion of stepper motor models with built-in drives from a host of different manufacturers. Some of these feature a network interface, and others a more traditional Step and Direction approach. In this session – we’ll demonstrate Cscape programming techniques to implement Stepper Move Indexing in the Horner OCS easily and efficiently.
6/10/202210:30am CEST30 minutes
Using Modbus TCP for OCS to OCS Communication Communications is one of the strengths of the Horner OCS. Another strength is distributed control – where a complex control task can be modularized to provide efficiency and scalability in the application by utilizing multiple OCS controllers. But what communications architecture and which communications protocol(s) should you use? In this session we’ll dive into the strengths and weaknesses of using Modbus TCP as an OCS-to-OCS data protocol. Of course we’ll include plenty of demonstrations – including one of the lesser known (but highly effective) Modbus TCP features built into Cscape.13/10/202210:30am CEST30 minutes
Comparing Ethernet IP, Modbus TCP & Ethernet Global Data What are the differences between Ethernet IP & Modbus TCP? How are they similar? What is Ethernet Global Data – and what can it be used for? Join us as we explore two of the most popular Industrial Ethernet protocols – and a third that deserves to be more popular than it is. Join us live – and we’ll answer your questions in real-time!20/10/202210:30am CEST30 minutes
Hands-On PID Tuning on the Horner OCS PID Tuning is a task that can induce beads of sweat from some control engineers and confident shrugs from others. How is PID tuning handled in the Horner OCS? What tools are available during the process? What about Auto Tuning? Join us for this Live Session as we take a strictly Hands-on approach to this topic – performing a live PID tune during the session.27/10/202210:30am CEST30 minutes

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Tell us what you want – custom functions, special protocol requirements, or more I/O – we’ll do it quickly and affordably. Whether you need large quantities or small, bring us your challenge and we will see what we can do. We will work with you to customise our OCS to meet your needs.



By combining a controller, operator interface, I/O, and networking into a single compact unit, OCS (Operator Control Station) provides a better control systems solution for Original Equipment Manufacturers, Integrators and End-users alike.



Horner Automation offers a range of software packages that allow the end-user to program, configure, remotely monitor and control their Horner devices.  Cscape, our fully integrated IEC61131 programming and configuration software is free to download.

Horner Automation Group are global leaders in the design and manufacture of factory automation control products.

Horner Automation Group designs, builds, and markets a wide array of industrial All-in-One controllers, consisting of programmable HMI, I/O, software and peripherals for the Industrial, Process Control, Renewable Energy and Building Automation markets.