Introduction Flowcode 7

Introduction Flowcode 7
Introduction Flowcode 7
What is Flowcode:

Flowcode allows you to quickly and easily develop complex electronic and electromechanical systems. The graphical programming tool allows those with little experience to develop systems in minutes.

Flowcode is an advanced integrated development environment (IDE) for electronic and electromechanical system development. Engineers—both professional and academic use Flowcode to develop systems for control and measurement based on microcontrollers or on rugged industrial interfaces using Windows compatible personal computers.

Flowcode is perfect for those programming PIC devices including Microchip's 8bit, 16bit and 32 bit range of microcontrollers. It's also an easy and effective solution for programming Atmel AVR, Arduino and ARM based devices.

Features of Flowcode 7
  • Simple, flowchart icons
  • Fast System development
  • Ghost Technology
  • Simulation debugger
  • Create Simple Designs
  • Multi-view System Panel
  • Pre-developed components
  • Plus many more….

Standard Flowcode licences are excellent for learning programming principles for users who wish to develop applications at home. A standard licence does not give the user commercial rights and gives limited features; commercial rights and a full features set can only be achieved by purchasing a professional Flowcode licence, available from Elektor.

Professional Flowcode licences give users a feature rich version of Flowcode 7 (including all communications, DSP and mechatronic capabilities) and is required if the user wishes to use the Flowcode code in commercial products or is working in a commercial environment.

Academic Flowcode licences A reduced cost Academic version of Flowcode is available and it provides the same functionality as the Professional version. Academic multi-user versions (10 user, 50 user) are also available. These are for sale only to educational schools, colleges and universities.

Add-on licences Flowcode licences come with support for one specific chip variant as standard (8 bit PIC, 16 bit PIC, 32 bit PIC, AVR/Arduino and ARM). You can add further chip packs to your licence for as little as € 127.50.

For a complete overview of Flowcode 7 download the datasheet
 
Standard/Professional Licences (click on the price for more information and ordering)
  8bitPIC 16bitPIC 32bitPIC AVR/Arduino ARM
New licences          
Standard
(1 user)
€ 222 € 222 € 222 € 222 € 222
Professional (1 user) € 790 € 790 € 790 € 790 € 790
Add-on          
Standard
(1 user)
€ 127.50 € 127.50 € 127.50 € 127.50 € 127.50
Professional (1 user) € 127.50 € 127.50 € 127.50 € 127.50 € 127.50
Upgrade
V6 to V7
         
Standard
(1 user)
€ 112.50 € 112.50 € 112.50 € 112.50 € 112.50
Professional (1 user) € 395 € 395 € 395 € 395 € 395
Upgrade
V5 to V7
         
Standard
(1 user)
€ 156 € 156 € 156 € 156 € 156
Professional (1 user) € 555 € 555 € 555 € 555 € 555
 
Academic Licences*
  8bitPIC 16bitPIC 32bitPIC AVR/Arduino ARM
New licences          
Academic
(1 user)
€ 475 € 475 € 475 € 475 € 475
Academic
(10 users)
€ 1266 € 1266 € 1266 € 1266 € 1266
Academic
(50 users)
€ 2845 € 2845 € 2845 € 2845 € 2845
 

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