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Opto 22  Profile

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Opto 22  Company Overview

Opto 22 manufactures hardware and software products that link all kinds of electrical, mechanical, and electronic devices and machines to networks and computers. Opto 22 controllers, I/O (input and output modules), solid-state relays, and software are used for industrial automation, remote monitoring, data acquisition, and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications.

Opto 22  Products

The types of products manufactured by Opto 22 include Analog I/O modules, Digital I/O modules, SNAP Serial communication modules, ioProject Programmable Automation Controllers, Legacy FactoryFloor controllers, Power supplies, Adapter cards, ioProject Software, FactoryFloor, Adapter cards, OptoTerminals, Cables, and Solid State Relays.

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