This website is both a test bed and a showcase for connecting Opto 22 control data to a web page, so the data can be seen and controlled. As you navigate the tabs across the top of the page, you'll find information on how this site is currently put together and some of its capabilities.
Please keep in mind that this website is a live test bed. We try new ideas and code snippets frequently. Rather than hide it all away, we're happy to share this interface with you and let you explore it.
If you would like to try your hand at getting your Opto 22 data onto the web, we offer some options under the Concept tab. It may surprise you how easy it is to do.
If you have any feedback or questions, please feel free to email our application engineer, Ben Orchard, who is overseeing this website:
borchard at opto22 dot com.
When you click another tab, your browser will warn you about this website's security certificate. You'll need to accept the risk and continue to the site.
For this site, it's OK to do that. To demonstrate that the data can be made secure, we built this site with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) using 128-bit encryption. Since it's a work in progress, though, we have issued our own security certificate, which is not recognized by an authority. Since we're not asking you for credit card data or the like, it's OK to use the site now even though it's not officially "trusted."
Below you'll see how the warning notices look in Internet Explorer (IE), Firefox, Chrome, and Safari. Click the green circled responses when prompted by your browser.
IE is shown first. For some tabs, IE also gives you another security warning; be sure to respond "No."
When you click some tabs, you get this extra pop-up from IE; you'll need to view both secured and unsecured content in order to see the video camera feeds, which are not part of the secured web site.