Do you need help with GEM Testing?

Cimetrix EquipmentTest™ allows you to quickly validate your equipment's ability to connect to a factory control system.

Features of Cimetrix EquipmentTest Basic:

  • Ideal for both Smart Factories and Equipment Manufacturers to test the capabilities of an equipment's GEM interface
  • Send/recieve individual messages
  • Execute complex scenario testing
  • Create macros to send and recieve groups of messages
  • Message log saved in SECS Message Notation (SEMI E173)
  • Export Equipment-defined elements

Cimetrix EquipmentTest Pro includes all the features of EquipmentTest Basic in addition to the following:

  • Full GEM compliance tests (plug-in)
  • Develop your own custom tests (plug-ins) using standard .NET languages or include other Cimetrix plug-ins
  • Generates GEM compliance statement
  • Includes GEM functional testing

Cimetrix continuously maintains EquipmentTest to support the latest approved versions of industry connectivity standards, so you never have to wonder if your equipment is keeping up with the industry.

When you purchase EquipmentTest Basic or Pro, you will immediately recieve the executable file for download. Your License file will be generated for your individual MAC ID* within 48 hours of purchase and sent to the email provided

EquipmentTest Basic

$ 199

with valid MAC ID*
  • Ideal for both Factories and Equipment Manufacturers
  • No programming expert required
  • License file available within 48 hours for quick implementation

All orders must have a valid MAC ID* and email address for licensing. Please enter your MAC ID below.

EquipmentTest
Pro

$ 1599

with valid MAC ID*
  • Ideal for both Factories and Equipment Manufacturers
  • Full GEM compliance testing
  • Create custom plug-ins using standard .NET languages
  • GEM Functional testing 
  • License file available within 48 hours for quick implementation

All orders must have a valid MAC ID* and email address for licensing. Please enter your MAC ID below.

*What is a MAC ID and how do I get it? Find instructions on finding your MAC ID here.