Download of i-TRiLOGI version 6 & 7
Ladder+BASIC Simulation software
(last update: Nov 28, 2015)
- Download JRE: This new versions of
i-TRiLOGI (Educational) 6.50 and 7.1 requires Java 2 Run Time Environment (JRE) >=
version 1.6 before the i-TRiLOGI program can run. Many newer PCs may have already been
shipped with a version Java Run-Time Environment (JRE) . If you do not already have any
JRE installed on your PC, please download the suitable JRE version for your operating
system from www.javasoft.com.
Download the i-TRiLOGI
(Educational) Setup files as shown in the following link:
i-TRILOGI Version 6 & 7 (Ladder +
BASIC) - SetupTL7Edu.exe
Note: The SETUP
PASSWORD required is provided in the SAME EMAIL that
you received that led you to this web page. Once Installation is completed you can run the
program from "Start -> i-TRiLOGI (Educational).
the TL6 Reference Manual or TRiLOGI Help File in PDF format: TL6ReferenceManual.pdf
Download the TL7
Reference Addendum in PDF format: TL7ReferenceAddendum.zip
is Educational Version different from Production version?
The Educational versions of TRiLOGI are complete
(not a crippled version) software package for learning about PLC programming and for
users to evaluate the power of Ladder Logic or Ladder+BASIC software programming. There is
no performance limitation and you are able to create and save your programs on a local
hard disk, simulate the programs and print them out as hardcopies. The program files you
created using the Educational version are identical to that of the Production version so
you can write and test your entire program to make sure that it can do what you want
before purchasing the PLCs for actual applications!
The Educational version of TRiLOGI is almost
identical in every aspect to the Production version of TRiLOGI, except that:
- ITRiLOGI (Educational) does not include the web
server: "TLServer" which can turn your PLC into a web server to allow you
to remotely load the TRILOGI as an applet using a web browser so that you can remotely
program/monitor your PLC via the Internet.
- it does not allow you to
connect to a PLC or the TLServer for programming and monitoring of PLC operation.
However, we do provide mock-up simulated
sessions for program transfer and on-line monitoring so that you can have a feel of the
actual process of PLC programming and on-line monitoring.