No charge: Open architecture PC-based control
This PC-based control software integrates with most hardware and software and is available for trial without charge, says AutomationDirect, about Think & Do version 8.0, which includes...
Cumming, GA – The latest in PC-based control software integrates with most hardware and software, and is available for trial without charge, says AutomationDirect , about Think & Do version 8.0 , the cornerstone of its PC Control product offering.
The latest version supports development, deployment, and operation of high-value automated control systems for material handling and manufacturing. An intuitive open-architecture environment integrates with hardware and software components from most major suppliers. Key components include ProjectCenter to create various projects, FlowView for creating control logic in easy-to-use-and-read control flowcharts, ScreenView for creating and editing HMI screens, I/OView for configuring project I/O, and AppTracker for fast, graphical debugging.
Think & Do version 8.0 is priced at $1,895 (PC-TD8-USB). A demo mode of Think & Do 8.0 is available for up to 40 hours within a 30-day time period at no cost. Two one-year subscription extended-support products are available.
– Control Engineering News Desk
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In a year when manufacturing continued to lead the economic rebound, it makes sense that plant manager bonuses rebounded. Plant Engineering’s annual Salary Survey shows both wages and bonuses rose in 2012 after a retreat the year before.
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