AWAX is a PC based control and  monitoring system that has been specifically designed to run in a Microsoft Windows® environment.

AWAX is a powerful, flexible and technologically advanced system for use by process operations staff in various industries, where reliability, ease of use, low start-up and maintenance costs are important factors.

AWAX is being used in a variety of applications from agriculture and the water industry through to industrial and process control. Any application for data-logging, monitoring and control can be performed using AWAX. In addition AWAX can also be used as a telemetry master station or data concentrator within a large scale telemetry system.
Flexibility, configurability and ease of use are at the center of the AWAX design. AWAX is not simply a run time or development system. AWAX is fully modular and the system can be added to at any time providing the basic building blocks of a much larger and extremely powerful  SCADA system with a clear and cost-effective upgrade path.

AWAX Schematics

Security Features
AWAX has multi-level password protection restricting operator access to the necessary facilities only., securing database integrity and guarding against accidental loss of data. Then engineer can set the level of access or re-configure the entire menu altogether.

AWAX Schematics

The Fully Dynamic Schematics Package provides all of the the useful features needed to provide on screen presentation of live data with multi-level zooming capabilities, the ability to scroll and pan around large displays, a library of user definable symbols with multiple dynamic colours and all the drawing tools that a user may need incorporated in a floating toolbox.

Open Architecture
AWAX is designed by a software house, so we don't favour one type of PLC I/O device over another, it is therefore possible to link AWAX to virtually any PLC, outstation, local device or data-logger.

Dynamic Icons
AWAX Icons can be drawn in three user definable colours and each one has one user definable background colour. Each colour may then be connected to analogue or digital values, and when placed on a schematic display, the icons will change colour dynamically to represent the rising and falling of the relevant values, or the switching on or off of a digital.