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AlarmWorX64 Overview

AlarmWorX™64 is a distributed enterprise-wide alarm management system (OPC A+E). Available in the standard MC WORKS64 suite of applications, or as a stand-alone Open Series component, AlarmWorX64 offers the tools you need to deliver real-time alarm management throughout your system.

AlarmWorX64 Configurator

Based on the next generation for toolkits and part of the new MC WORKS64 Unified Workbench the new AlarmWorX64 Configurator supports remote operations and is a thin-based client, allowing it to run inside Microsoft Internet Explorer. The configurator supports online configuration changes and implements Optimistic Concurrently when used in a multi-user enterprise environment.

AlarmWorX64 Viewer

View both real-time and historical alarms in the same OPC UA enabled Windows Presentation Foundation or Silverlight viewer. View from multiple data sources while adding new visualization features such as color translucent gradients for identifying key alarm conditions and improving operational response.

Features

Benefits

Open and Interoperable

AlarmWorX64 contains a new 64-bit native server and logger and interoperates with OPC DA and OPC UA Servers and fully supports both 32- and 64-bit OPC servers making it the most open alarm management solution in the market.

OPC A&E server for SNMP Traps

Enables user to view and log SNMP traps as alarms, allowing further integration of the SNMP devices and wider visibility of applications.

AlarmWorX64 Viewer

Now natively supported to run in Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera, and other browsers.

AlarmWorX64 Viewer Customization

Utilize simple techniques to bring out the power of AlarmWorX64 by configuring custom charts to accompany alarm data, configurable columns to show the alarm information that matter to you and grouping to keep spatially diverse areas separate via tabs or other grouping methods.