Easy and quick programming with JW-300SP.

Structured program improves the efficiency in design, maintenance and management.

Conventional ladder program are divided by sub-programs. Design time has been drastically shortened by separately designing each divided sub-program. Furthermore, reuse of the program enhances design efficiency, and enables us immediate respond to debug, maintenance, and trouble shooting.

Quick, accurate, and easy operation realized comprehensibility.

Line method is adopted to reduce human mistakes in operation

In our unique line method, you can insert the instructions to basic lines. Compared to the cell method where entry mistakes tend to occur, this line method reduces mistakes and realized the simple program creation.

Easy programming with local address system
Symbol and virtual local addresses are used in this programming system. When multiple operators are creating a program, a program is created at each local address and automatically assigned to the global address for implementation.

Key operation reduces your work load at the fields
Without using a mouse, the work at the sites including start-up, maintenance, and trouble shooting can be done so easily. Also, you can assign the key as you are accustomed to.

Wide variety of comments that makes the program easy to understand
Comment/sub comment for function circuit, and symbol/comment of relay and coil can be freely written to create even more easy-to-understand ladder drawing.

Structured program creation screen view

On-line monitor screen view

Operational environment

OS Windows2000/XP/Vista (32bit)/Vista (64bit)/7 (32bit)/7 (64bit)/8 (32bit)/8 (64bit) /10 (32bit)/10 (64bit)
Main body of personal computer DOS/V PC
CPU Pentium II 450MHz or equivalent is recommended
Memory 128MB or more (512MB or more is recommended)
HD capacity Available capacity 100MB or more
Monitor SVGA or more, (resolution: 800 x 600 dots, more than 256 colors)
*1  Ver3.7 is the final version for Windows 98.
Further updates are not planned for Windows 98.

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