Acurex Introduces 'AutoNet'—Its Latest Portable Software System

—Literature Available— The Autodata Division of Acurex Corporation recently introduced its latest software system—AutoNet.

Designed to work with PCs and Acurex's AutoFamily line of products, AutoNet provides a cost-effective means of gathering, organizing and displaying data from a variety of electronic sources. The Auto- Family product line consists of the AutoGraph data recorder, the Auto- Calc low-cost data logger and the AutoLink intelligent front-end. Upto- the-second measurements from every unit within a complex production network can be directed to a single video screen where you can monitor alarm conditions, print data reports and graphically view current and historical operation.

AutoNet is portable and operates on a variety of computers that utilize the 8088, 80186, 80286, and 80386 processors. Additionally, PC DOS application software such as Lotus 1-2-3, word processing and database management programs may run concurrently under an optional operating system emulation package without interrupting the data acquisition process. AutoNet is menu-driven with each function in the main menu being accomplished by a "help" screen accessed at the touch of a key. AutoNet is ideally suited for most industrial applications, including manufacturing environments, electric and water utilities and chemical, food and pharmaceutical plants.

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