Here is a general comparison showing why the Crouzet Millenium 3 smart relay controller should be your choice.
Similar features of both the Zelio Logic and Crouzet Millenium 3:
The Zelio Logic controller and the Millenium 3 Essential have the same hardware platform.
Both controllers can be programmed in FBD and Ladder and both are available with relay or solid state (transistor) output versions.
Schneider Electric has recently released a new version of the Zelio software: V4.4.
This version includes 2 new function blocks which used to be exclusive to the Millenium 3: Sunrise and Solar Tracker.
Millenium 3 advantages versus Zelio Logic:
You can program up to 700 function blocks (only 200 on the Zelio)
More than 99 function available (only 47 on the Zelio)
The maximum number of I/O's, including extension modules, is 50 (just 40 on the Zelio)
Extended tenmperature range up to +70°C on the Smart range
PWM outputs available on controllers with Transistor outputs
High speed input frequency is up to 7.6kHz (versus 1KHz on the Zelio)
Option for connecting NTC probes directly (Smart range)
Highly visible blue display (Smart range)
Option for adapting products
Option of resin coated board for harsher environments
Zelio Logic advantages versus Millenium 3: (a much shorter list!)
On the ladder option you can program from the front panel