This price list applies to commercial, government or personal use of the software. The price for an annual lease is 50 % of the corresponding permanent license.
|PLECS Blockset Concurrent Annual Lease||$7,000.00|
|PLECS Blockset Dongle Annual Lease||$4,900.00|
|PLECS Blockset Individual Annual Lease||$3,500.00|
|PLECS Coder Concurrent Annual Lease||$7,000.00|
|PLECS Coder Dongle Annual Lease||$4,900.00|
|PLECS Coder Individual Annual Lease||$3,500.00|
|PLECS PIL Concurrent Annual Lease||$7,000.00|
|PLECS PIL Dongle Annual Lease||$4,900.00|
|PLECS PIL Individual Annual Lease||$3,500.00|
PLECS Blockset is an extension for Simulink from The MathWorks. MATLAB and Simulink are required for running PLECS Blockset.
PLECS Standalone is an independent simulation software. It has no connection to MATLAB/Simulink.
PLECS Combo licenses allow to use both PLECS Blockset and Standalone.
PLECS Web-Based Simulation lets you publish PLECS Standalone models on web pages. Please see the price information for the required PLECS Web Server License.
With an Individual License, the licensee can choose between either user-based or computer-based licensing:
- User-based licensing allows a designated named user to use the software. The software may be installed and operated on up to three computers, provided that the software is only accessible to that single named user. On each of these computers the named user must have a personal login, which may not be shared with other users.
- Computer-based licensing allows the software to be installed and used on a single computer. Under this licensing option, multiple people can use the software, but not simultaneously. The software may only be operated from the computer's console.
Concurrent Licenses allow multiple users to access the software from computers that are connected to a central license server. The number of simultaneous users is limited by the number of installed Concurrent Licenses. Each Concurrent License may be installed on one license server only.
A Dongle License allows the software to be installed on one or more computers. Any person may use the software on the computer that is connected to a specific hardware dongle, provided that the software is operated from the computer's console. Currently, Dongle Licenses run under Windows only.