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PLCnext Store libraries

Starting today, there's only one source for the ready-to-use function block libraries by Phoenix Contact working with PLCnext Engineer 2019.x: the PLCnext Store

Instead of reinventing the wheel, integrate extension to the input/output terminals or technology functions according to your topic, and focus on the individual parts of your PLC program. Save hours of programming common tasks, and limit the chances for irksome errors in your PLCnext Engineer project.

When you already updated your PLCnext Control to the new firmware 2019.0 LTS, there are some real-life Solution apps free-of-charge as well!

"...and the difference being?"

Available Now new firmware 2019 plcnext engineer

We never stand still. In order to meet the requirements of tomorrows automation technology we need to make changes today. With the PLCnext Technology ecosystem we strive for innovation and thinking outside the box. Therefore, it is a necessity to release four PLCnext Control Firmware and PLCnext Engineer versions each year so you get to enjoy the latest features first.

Read more about all new features, incorporated in the new firmware update or find out what we have planned next in this roadmap. You already know everything about the new features and want to download the new firmware directly? No problem, follow this direct link to the firmware download section on the Phoenix Contact website.

It gets even better and we also have the new PLCnext Engineer for you: download the new engineering software now - free of charge! - and refer to the PLCnext Engineer Quick Start Guide for all details. We already prepared some basic tutorial videos. You are quite new to PLC programming? Just jump into the e-learning course and get a good grasp of the PLCnext Engineer Basics.

It’s a gift that keeps on giving. There's a new C++ programming toolchain and a new C# development tool version available here for download. Watch the according tutorial videos on high-level language programming for PLCnext Technology.

Proceed with the C++ and C# examples provided on our new public GitHub repository for all things PLCnext.

#PLCnext #enhance

 

PLCnext Makers Blog Contribute

PLCnext Technology makes many things possible! And we want to share that with you...

Find user stories of interesting ideas and solutions in our Makers Blog.

You can now contribute to this blog yourself. All you need to do is to log in, click Makers Blog on the upper menu bar and select Create a Blog entry. The advanced editor will open and you can type right away, add media, code, and other stuff to your description.

If you are unsure how this works, here is an easy tutorial for you.

Become a part of the community and share your experiences with PLCnext Technology. We look forward to your ideas and your feedback.

#plcnext #enhance 

PLCnext User Manual Update

UPDATE

Now the complete PLCnext Technology User Manual is conveniently available as HTML5 content providing full text search capability. Make a fresh coffee, there's a lot to read: The first edition of our PLCnext Technology User Manual (product no. 108664, PDF) completely covers the content of the former Quick start guide (product no. 107873), so you won't have to look up in two sources.

Download and enjoy - and let us know any missing topics, errata or cheat sheets you'd like to have.

Additional link:
Download the matching C++ Sample Code for Windows or Linux. Read what's in the package: More C++ sample code

Would you like to try out the operating principle, handling, and high performance of
PLCnext Technology in a small-scale application first?

Use the brand new AXC F 2152 Starterkit for your test application!

The starter kit comes with a complete set of pre-installed components, you can directly start with your first project.

Learn more about the new AXC F 2152 Starterkit.

 

#enhance #plcnext

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