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General Discussion => PLUS+1 News => Topic started by: Daniel on February 16, 2016, 03:36:33 PM

Title: PLUS+1® GUIDE & Service Tool version 8.0 Released!
Post by: Daniel on February 16, 2016, 03:36:33 PM
Dear PLUS+1® Users!

Danfoss Power Solutions is proud to announce the release of PLUS+1 GUIDE & Service Tool version 8.0 ( Determined to make PLUS+1 GUIDE and Service Tool the #1 systems development tools for mobile hydraulic machinery, our PLUS+1 Platform Development Team is driven to help you bring more-advanced, higher-performing, and better-quality machines to market even faster and easier!

Expanding upon our strategy of interoperability with other system development tools and languages, version 8.0 enhances support for developing in the IEC-61131 languages by adding Ladder Logic and Function Block Diagrams to the already-existing Structured Text capabilities.  Increase system design quality with the Static Analyzer, and unlock the full power of the PLUS+1 GUIDE and Service Tool with a free, fully-functional, 90-day trial license.

•  Expanded IEC-61131 editor allows system developers to program in Structured Text, Ladder Logic, and Function Block Diagrams - and import existing programs written in these languages into PLUS+1 GUIDE via PLCOpen XML.

•  Free 90-day Trial License now available directly from the PLUS+1 GUIDE License Manager to unlock all the add-on functionality of PLUS+1 GUIDE and Service Tool.  See how much time our advanced tools can save you – risk free!

•  Scripting Interface in the PLUS+1 Service Tool allows development of custom action sequences in JavaScript as well as HTML and CSS.  This API interface creates a whole new world of possibilities for your service applications.

Download this new release via the PLUS+1 GUIDE Download Page ( where you can also find our detailed Release Notes (

Best Regards
PLUS+1® Help desk
Title: Re: PLUS+1® GUIDE & Service Tool version 8.0 Released!
Post by: FluidPowerTom on February 16, 2016, 05:41:35 PM
Bravo for your guys further support of the IEC-61131-3 languages!  ST, LD, and FBD I think pretty much covers the most popular languages, and they do matter to my customers who also use GUIDE.  Next step... compliance block functions in ST?