The BMS Link licensing model

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The BMS Link licensing model

Post by skiv71 on Wed Apr 30, 2014 11:45 pm

Each time BMS Link starts, it searches for 'known' interface types.

Those that are found, are presented to the system with a serial number.

This data can be viewed using the 'super' user account (recommended) or by viewing the relevant interface ID data points via watch lists.

Each unlicensed interface will operate for a demo period (currently 90 mins), after which time it will cease to function.

After this time, you can simply 'restart' BMS Link to start a new demo period.

To license a particular interface, you'll first need to register an email address with your system (via the 'super' user account).

Then, make a note of the serial for your interface(s) and send details (with the above email address) to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].

Once you've obtained (and entered) your license key, the system will update and within minutes you'll be able to use that interface without time restriction and for any number of device points.

All license keys are tied to the hardware interface, so should you have to start from scratch etc., simply re-enter your email and license keys.

The cost of an interface license will be £50 per interface.



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