The TouchGFX licenses are product line based.
You buy one license for one product line paying a one-off license fee.
No royalties or developer license fees are added.
A product line is a product that may come in variants that all have the same main functionality and user interface.
A product line can only include products that are based on a single
and sold to end-customers by a single brand.
MCU series ?
A control panel for home automation that does not have any variants. Explanation: One product can never be more than one product line.
A group of microwave ovens that share the main functionality and user interface but differ in microwave power and display size. Explanation: The variants share the main functionality and user interface and only have minor variations.
A group of gas pumps that share the main functionality and user interface but one variant changes its MCU during the product line lifecycle. The new MCU is part of the same MCU series as the previous one and the ones the rest of the product line variants use. Explanation: The variants share the main functionality and user interface and only have minor variations, and use the same MCU series all through the product line lifecycle.
Refrigerator and freezer by a single brand sold either together or separately. They each have a dedicated control unit with different functionalities. Explanation: Each product is an individual product line and needs its own license, as they do not share main functionality.
A group of dishwashers, where some of the variants' user interfaces are based on microcontrollers from one MCU series and some on microcontrollers from another MCU series. Explanation: If the variants are not based on the same MCU series, it is not a single product line. Each MCU series represent a different product line and calls for its own license.
A control panel for washing machines created by an OEM manufacturer and sold to different end-product manufacturers to use in their individual products. Explanation: Each manufacturer and end-product needs its own license.
A control panel for a wood pellet furnace that changes its MCU during the product line lifecycle. The new MCU is not part of the same series as the old one. Explanation: The use of a new MCU series make the change what we define as a re-launch that makes it a new product line.
Please select the MCU series you will be using for your product line from the list below.
We have categorized the MCU series according to manufacturer. You can only choose one
MCU series ?
To make sure that our license recommendation is correct, you must answer this question with the entire lifecycle of the product line in mind.
In the product line's lifecycle, I expect the volume to...
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