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If you are looking for SIMATIC S7-PCT, you have come to the right place. We explain what SIMATIC S7-PCT is and point you to the official download.


The Simatic S7-PCT (which stands for Step 7) is an HMI configuration programmed by the Simatic WinCC line of products, specifically the WinCC TIA Portal. Step 7 was first released in 1995.

The S7-PCT is a port configuration tool, hence its name, and is meant to handle IO-Link master modules and its relationships with the IO-Link devices. Parameter data of IO-Link devices can be set and configured using this utility.

The SIMATIC line of products is an example of HMI software, or a human machine interface, developed by Siemens Corporation (SIMATIC is a portmanteau of “Siemens” and “automatic”; this name is under patent since 1958). There are several editions of the Simatic line, which are an automation system and a set of instructions that allow machines to run on their own. This is used in particular for industrial applications. Most machines that interface with Simatic software need a specific Simatic application, of which there are various types, to perform the task they are suited for.

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Last updated: : December 3, 2022