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16-Nov-2017 01:26

In representing Schneider Electric and our programming software, perhaps you would prefer us to add this cost to the price of the hardware? Like it or not, automation company's are evolving into software vendors.....

This is the facilitator for what hardware is able to do. We are all in business and consumers in the majority now accept that software is a piece of the automation solution. Get with the program and understand the value of the tool that is now esential to an automation system Best regards Lee J Ward Schneider Automation Lee, you haven't addressed my fundamental point; no plant that isn't currently using your products can EVER switch to them.

For AB to charge 00 - 00 for programming software, then on top of that, some people have told me that they charge a yearly upgrade/license fee blows my mind at how many people pay these fees. My company would never use PLCs, but for marketing reasons we have to. " The idea of switching hardware is appealing and the company wants to do it and has the money for it. Because they can't afford the software cost in addition to the hardward costs.There are integrators in almost every city who develop in ladder, function blocks, and SFCs.Bottom line, Ladder is efficient for the technician to work in and understand just like an electrical schematic.All you have to do is answer a couple of simple questions and you’re ready to go.Why get bogged down with inconvenient registration pages when you don’t have to?

For AB to charge 00 - 00 for programming software, then on top of that, some people have told me that they charge a yearly upgrade/license fee blows my mind at how many people pay these fees. My company would never use PLCs, but for marketing reasons we have to. " The idea of switching hardware is appealing and the company wants to do it and has the money for it. Because they can't afford the software cost in addition to the hardward costs.There are integrators in almost every city who develop in ladder, function blocks, and SFCs.Bottom line, Ladder is efficient for the technician to work in and understand just like an electrical schematic.All you have to do is answer a couple of simple questions and you’re ready to go.Why get bogged down with inconvenient registration pages when you don’t have to?It doesn't matter if the hardware is completely free; the cost of replacing the current software with your software is prohibitively expensive.