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Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by bob watkinson, Nov 22, 2004.

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  1. I've worked extensively with Protool but I've never seen Intouch, WINCC or
    any other package. With my experience of Protool would I easilly be able to
    adapt to these packages, indeed is there much difference?

    Cheers Guys Bob
     
  2. SQLit

    SQLit Guest

    I have never used Protool. I have used Iconics, Intelliousion, and
    WonderWare. Getting use to the key strokes is the hardest part for me.
     
  3. JVL

    JVL Guest

    Prolool is based on a TP or an OP. You always see a OP or TP on the
    background, and you can link a function on a button.

    WinCC is often based on a PC, and many and many more functions.
    When you will make a prober program you need a lot of study.

    Also you have to make a choise for a program langwitch S7 or PCS7. With PCS7
    you heve a very powerfull system. Normaly for bigger machines.
     
  4. Mincer

    Mincer Guest

    I have used Protool Pro & InTouch (wonderware) and I find both of
    them pretty much the same and very limited.

    Try some of the Biejer scada stuff. Very open, very scriptable & cheaper.

    Mincer (on a dry run)
     
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