Resource Library

Welcome to our resource library. Here you can locate useful information to read online or download for later user. We include articles written by our engineers and regulatory specialists, job aids, case studies, links to view past webinars, presentation slides from our semi-annual user group meetings and other events.

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SecureLink is an NERC compliant third-party solution that allows simplified, secure remote support over an SSH connection.


Introducing a revised approach to dashboard layouts for operators and console designers.


Need a proficient way to monitor your daily emissions?


The new charting tool was introduced in StackVision 5.1 to expand StackVision’s charting capabilities.


Your DAS should be evolving. Are you up to date?


Did you know the USEPA has published a field manual to tell their people how to conduct an audit of your CEM systems? Did you know CAMD is updating it?


Why should I upgrade my 8864 firmware? When should I upgrade my 8864 firmware?


Recording for the webinar Sorbent Traps in StackVision Version 5.1 presented by Jack Flynn


Come see our changes!


Learn more about how to handle emailing alarms.


Learn to tackle the dreaded ECMPS Summary Value errors with confidence.


What exactly is the ESC bi-annual Users Group meeting? Attend this webinar to learn more about the details of Users Group and the numerous benefits of attending.


Join Senior Support, Regulatory and Reporting Engineer Shaun Ellis to learn more about SecureLink - a NERC compliant third-party solution that allows simplified, secure remote support over VPN.


Need an efficient way to monitor your daily emissions? Join Support Specialist Michael Johnson to learn how to look at StackVision’s different features for monitoring your emissions on a daily level.


Over the years, you’ve probably made many changes to the CEM systems, the pollution control equipment at your plant (added scrubbers and SCRs for example) and maybe changed fuels (coal to gas)...


Have you ever gotten an alarm and been completely stupefied about what caused it? Learn about alarm configuration in StackStudio and how to track down particularly pesky alarms.