The price depends on the number of bytes used. A digital is counted as one byte, analogs are counted by the number of bytes they consume (e.g. 16-bit integer is 2 bytes, 32-bit floating-point value is 4 bytes). Five clients accessing 2000 bytes each will require a 10000 bytes license. Licenses can always be upgraded to a higher byte limit, the upgrade fee is the current price minus the original fee. SOE (Sequence of Event) logged are included in the byte count. Each reference to a unique external tag (irrespective of size) in the OPC Gateway is an additional one byte.
The price includes all developed protocols. The above prices do not include Australian GST (10% Goods and Services Tax).
To Order IOServer
Please download the full version of the software and evaluate the software before ordering. The documentation is also available offline by installing iosdoc.exe. We can make any reasonable changes to IOServer to support your particular project.
We will email you our invoice as soon as your purchase order is received. We require the following information for each order
- Full Company Name of the final user
- Computer Name that IOServer will be running. See IOServer/Help/About IOServer to get the computer name.
- Number of bytes required
- Email address to which we can email the software key.
We accept payment by direct bank transfer, bank cheque, MasterCard, or VISA. We prefer bank transfers.
Email orders to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail orders to:
IOServer Pty Limited
134/1 Fontenoy Road
North Ryde, Sydney
On confirmation of your payment, we will email you the software key to allow you uninterrupted use of the software.
IOServer Software Key
IOServer is protected by a software key. The software key generated depends on the full company name of the final user, the computer name of the machine that IOServer is running on and the number of bytes licensed.
We can issue you with a temporary key if you email us the computer name of the machine that will be running IOServer.