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    Workplace Tech software availability

    I know this is a stupid question, but can this software be purchased anywhere other than the local TAC/invensys rep?


    Also, does anyone know if Invensys deals with the Tridium NiagaraAX platform? or still strictly only R2?

    Thanks

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    Good fricking luck, let me know how this works out for you.

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    Workplace Tech requires a software license file and must be purchased from TAC reps. Customer sites usually have no expiration of the license. TAC reps usually are renewed annually.

    TAC calls AX Gen 3 and doesn't really push it so R2 what is usually used. TAC is working to get away from Tridium with a new platform coming out next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freddy-b View Post
    I know this is a stupid question, but can this software be purchased anywhere other than the local TAC/invensys rep?


    Also, does anyone know if Invensys deals with the Tridium NiagaraAX platform? or still strictly only R2?

    Thanks
    I heard Invensys moved to the AX platform right before TAC bought it. It's about damn impossible to get OEM-branded Niagara tools for AX. If you're trying to take a site over, you might be better off convincing the customer to get a license change to have your tool added to the license NiCS and access the system that way.

    Good luck buddy!

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    Thanks for the info guys.

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    Are you referring to Workplace Tech (IA controller software) or Workplace Pro (Jace Software). Both are available the workplace tech has many revisions that has evolved to support the new features. Its very hard to get either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowfrog76 View Post
    Both are available the workplace tech has many revisions that has evolved to support the new features. Its very hard to get either.
    So you're saying I (non-tac contractor) could buy WP Tech 5 somewhere?

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    Become friends with your local Invensys tech??? That's how I came across my copy.... I am just using it in demo mode right now to get around a problem we are having with MicroNet Flowbalance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neonhomer View Post
    Become friends with your local Invensys tech??? That's how I came across my copy.... I am just using it in demo mode right now to get around a problem we are having with MicroNet Flowbalance.
    I would rather have my balls set on fire.

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    Hey freddy good luck with that, but all joking aside have you tried www.cappusa.com never bought software from them but they have alot of stuff listed that you cant get through other channels.

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    You can give these guys a try!


    www.energyequipment.com

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    Its locked up tight. No go with Capp or EQ.com

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    Red face

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