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Thread: What's New In FTViewME 10.0?

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    What's New In FTViewME 10.0?


    Last week Rockwell released version 10.00.01 of FactoryTalk View Machine Edition, and below I'll summarize the new and enhanced features...

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    The ability to convert old Wacom-based projects in a 64-bit OS alone makes the upgrade worth it, if it works.

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    Great point brstilson - I need to try it myself! (Hope it works!!!)
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    Exclamation Automatic Alarm History to CSV with version 10

    Can this new feature to trigger the alarm history file to go to a CSV file be done on older Panelview Plus 6?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gfine View Post
    Can this new feature to trigger the alarm history file to go to a CSV file be done on older Panelview Plus 6?
    Good morning gfine,

    Looks like version 10 firmware is available for the PVPlus 6 so it looks like that feature is supported. So far I haven't see a software feature that only works on the PVP7 but not the PVP6.

    Link to PVP6 versions below:

    https://compatibility.rockwellautoma...42,56480,56483

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