AutomationDirect releases Think & Do version 8.0
Major components of Think & Do 8.0 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 the AppTracker feature provides a fast, graphical debugging tool.
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 use within a 30-day time period at no cost.
Two one-year subscription extended support products are also available.
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