Licensing the Phaser E-stim Software
The Phaser e-stim software is available under two license models:
The Standard License is a perpetual (everlasting) license that provides you with access to the multi-platform Java version of Phaser and associated benefits. These benefits include all minor and major software updates and upgrades, and access to the restricted support area of our website.
The Java version of Phaser runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and most Linux distributions. It requires the free Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 6 or higher to be installed on your computer.
Choose the Standard License if you do not need the remote control features.
The Professional License gives you access to both the native Windows version and the multi-platform Java version of the Phaser e-stim software, and to the restricted support area of our website. The Professional License is a perpetual (everlasting) license that entitles you to all minor and major software updates and upgrades.
Only the native Windows version of Phaser offers remote control over the Internet. It requires Windows XP or later to run on.
Choose the Professional License if you primarily want to use the remote control features of the native Windows version.
Please choose the license that best suits your needs. You will be taken to a secure website for processing the transaction. Additional taxes may apply depending on your location.
Immediately after the purchase you will receive a confirmation email with your personal key code to access the support area of our website. Please keep a copy of your key code in a safe place as we will not replace any lost key codes.
The key code is an individual alphanumeric code that does not reveal any personal information about you. Only the vendor of the software can associate the key code with a person. Therefore key codes must remain confidential and cannot be exchanged, transferred, or resold without explicit permission. We reserve the right to disable a key code that becomes public.
One license can be installed on up to three computers at a single site.