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Interactive Physics Simulation Software Upgrades Group

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Product Price Qty
IP 1-User Upgrade (Single User License)

Product # P1-3000-01

$119.00
IP 10-User Upgrade (Single User License)

Product # P1-3600-01

$398.00
IP 20-User Upgrade (Single User License)

Product # P1-3700-01

$598.00
IP 30-User Upgrade (Single User License)

Product # P1-3800-01

$798.00
IP 1-User Upgrade (Network License)

Product # P1-3000-02

$119.00
IP 10-User Upgrade (Network License)

Product # P1-3600-02

$398.00
IP 20-User Upgrade (Network License)

Product # P1-3700-02

$598.00
IP 30-User Upgrade (Network License)

Product # P1-3800-02

$1,995.00

Interactive Physics Simulation Software Upgrades Group

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Customers who own older versions of Interactive Physics 2000 and newer, can upgrade to the latest version for a special upgrade price. Our customer service team will assist you when choosing to upgrade, as you will need to provide them with your serial number.

Requirements

  • Microsoft Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • 1 GB RAM minimum
  • 200 MB disk space
  • Sounds card for sound experiments

Licensing

Please read this PDF for information regarding Interactive Physics licensing options.

There are two types of licensing available to run the Interactive Physics Software.

Single User (commonly referred to as ‘Traditional’ or ‘Node Lock’)

Choose single-user licensing when you need the program to be installed and run directly on individual workstations. No dedicated server is required. This type of licensing can be used off-site where no connection to a network is needed.

A license must be purchased for every computer where the software is to be run.

Network

This type of licensing uses a dedicated server to be shared amongst any number of workstations. The number of students using the software at a given time must not exceed the number of licenses purchased.