Last year I purchased a copy of Rockwell's RSLogix Micro Starter programming software (~$150) which programs all of Rockwell's MicroLogix programmable controllers.
In today's article, I'll share with you pictures of the unboxing of the software when it arrived, as well as what you can expect to find inside the software case.
RSLogix Micro Starter Packaging
The below picture is of the box the software arrived in, which seems to be the standard box Rockwell ships most of their software in:
And inside the box is where you'll find the RSLogix Micro Starter software, which comes in a plastic DVD size case.
Inside the RSLogix Micro Starter Software Case
Inside the software package itself, the two most important items are the software installation DVD (labeled 9.00.00-RSLogix_Micro-Str-DVD) and the red envelope which contains the software activation document.
The important looking envelope contains a document with the software serial number and product key. You'll need these two pieces of information to activate your software, which is required for the software to run longer than the initial 7 day grace period.
If you happen to lose this information, Rockwell's Activation Support (no support contract required) can email you a replacement PDF.
Finally, you also receive two pieces of supporting documentation in the software box:
- Instructions on activating your software
- Support services information for your software
I hope the above information and pictures of the unboxing and contents included with RSLogix Micro Starter is helpful.
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