Mitsubishi Electric``s iQ Works software is a suite of four MELSOFT software packages that enable intuitive programming and setup of an iQ Platform system, including system/network configuration, Q and FX Series programming, Q Motion Controller and Servo setup, GOT1000 HMI screen design.
This next generation software provides a fully customizable user friendly environment with the developers in mind. Simulators and additional configuration software have been integrated into the base software, and Label programming across the entire system has been implemented. Now users can program their applications using logical names for devices, and reference those values from the GOT1000 HMI.
- MELSOFT Navigator is the heart of iQ Works. It enables the effortless design of entire upper-level systems and seamlessly integrates the other MELSOFT programs included with iQ Works. Functions such as system configuration design, batch parameter setting, system labels, and batch read all help to reduce TCO.
- MELSOFT GX Works2 represents the next generation in MELSOFT PLC maintenance and programming software. Its functionality has been inherited from both GX and IEC Developer, with improvements made throughout to increase productivity and drive down engineering costs.
- MELSOFT MT Works2 is a comprehensive motion CPU maintenance and program design tool. Its many useful functions, such as intuitive settings, graphical programming, and digital oscilloscope, simulator, assistance help, to reduce the TCO associated with motion systems.
- MELSOFT GT Works3 is a complete HMI programming, screen creation, and maintenance program. In order to reduce the labor required to create detailed and impressive applications, the software``s functionality has been built around the concepts of ease of use, simplification (without sacrificing functionality), and elegance (in design and screen graphics).
About Mitsubishi Electric
The story of Mitsubishi began in 1870, when Yataro Iwasaki founded a shipping company in Osaka with three leased steamships. In the years that followed Mitsubishi expanded to become a multinational company through acquisitions and the establishment of new enterprises in other sectors, including mining, shipbuilding, banking, commerce and property.
In 1921, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation was formed by spinning off the division for the production of electrical equipment for ships. Today Mitsubishi Electric has factories, RD centres and sales organisations in over 120 countries worldwide.
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