10.03.2002 12:00 AM
Moseley Upgrades Management Systems for Remote Control
Moseley Associates has upgraded its MasterController and TaskMaster1620 programs. Both programs now automatically send e-mail messages to key personnel when alarms are logged.

MasterController is the PC-based management program designed for use with the Moseley MRC2. It consists of three interacting modules: CommServer, ScreenMaker and Navigator.

CommServer communicates with multiple sites, helps users manage alarms and events, automatically creates log files, automatically sends e-mail or pager notification of alarms or other events. Improvements to CommServer include improved alarm management functionality; highly reliable connections to multiple remote sites; capability to connect via 2-wire, 4-wire or autodial by telecom connection; and the ability to define alternate connections to each site. CommServer also now includes an improved logging system that writes to standard CSV files that can be read with off-the-shelf database, spreadsheet and word-processing programs.

ScreenMaker is a design tool that helps users create custom interfaces for hundreds of channels on hundreds of remote sites.

Navigator manages many different sites simultaneously and monitors live site data. The new version provides enhanced alarm management functionality.

For the Moseley MRC1620, the TaskMaster1620 offers a communications link between users and remote MRC units, and facilitates day-to-day use of the system for monitoring and control activities. TaskMaster1620 allows operators to use a custom-designed interface to browse sites and control live site data. The new version of TaskMaster1620 features improved alarm management functionality and reliable connections to multiple remote sites. TaskMaster1620 now also works in conjunction with ConfigMRC, a simplified site configuration tool.

Current users can download a free upgrade at www.MoseleySB.com.

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