SIMATIC WinCC Professional V15.1, 4096 Power-Tags V15.1, Upgrade V11..V14 to V15.1 or V11..V14 Combo to V15.1 Combo, Engineering-Software in TIA-Portal, Floating License, Software and documentation on DVD, License key on USB-stick, Class A, 6-languages: de,en,fr,es,it,cn, executable on Windows 7 (64 Bit), Windows 10 (64 Bit), WinSrv 2012 R2/2016 (64 Bit) for configuration of SIMATIC Panels, WinCC Runtime Advanced, WinCC Runtime Professional (up to 4096 Power-Tags)
SIMATIC WinCC in the editions Basic, Comfort, Advanced and Professional are innovative engineering tools for configuring SIMATIC HMI operator panels, as well as for the PC-based visualization systems WinCC Runtime Advanced and WinCC Runtime Professional.
Depending on the selected product, various target systems can be configured:
As WinCC Basic, plus:
As WinCC Comfort, plus:
As WinCC Advanced, plus:
The functionalities of the engineering tools of the SIMATIC WinCC family are based on each other. The available editors are largely determined by the respective configurable target systems and their function. A more comprehensive engineering tool such as WinCC Advanced can always be used to configure lower-level target devices as well (e.g. Basic Panels)
A Powerpack can be used to upgrade from a smaller edition to a larger one. This does not apply to WinCC Basic.
The functionality of WinCC engineering tools already contains the configuration support of the available Runtime options for SIMATIC Panels, WinCC Runtime Advanced or WinCC Runtime Professional, irrespective of the purchased RT licenses. A separate license is required for the target system when using the configured Runtime options.
Opening several instances of WinCC on your engineering PC at the same time may result in more demanding hardware requirements.
In addition to WinCC, Windows also requires space on the hard disk; e.g. free disk space should be available for the swap file. The following formula has proven itself in the past: Size of swap file = 3 x size of RAM. For further information, refer to your Windows documentation