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InduSoft Web Studio Symbol of the Week: Data Display – Target vs. Actual

This week’s symbol is an easy-to-use target to actual comparison. Data like this can be especially important for providing context to operators who may not know that targets are veering off-course without a clear example of target ranges at hand. Continue reading

InduSoft Web Studio Symbol of the Week: Two Button Label Switch

This two button switch sets a tag as a 0 or 1, depending on the button pressed. The label plate changes color depending on the state of the tag along with the 0/1 button colors themselves. This switch is ideal for showing status in binary format. Continue reading

InduSoft Symbol of the Week: Radial Progress Bars

This symbol was suggested by Miguel Meza, and offers a great way to contextualize numbers in a radial progress bar. These symbols offer quick analysis on anything from valve pressure to completion times on processes. Colors, shapes, and sizes can … Continue reading

InduSoft Web Studio Symbol of the Week – Stack Lights

InduSoft is always busy improving the tools that make developing applications easier and quicker, and we want to share our efforts with you! We’re working on creating one new symbol each week that you can employ in your applications. Please feel free to modify and share these symbols, and tell us what you want to see! We’re always interested in hearing from you what symbols or symbol libraries you’re looking for. Continue reading

InduSoft Symbol of the Week – Pie Chart Symbols

Pie Chart: Ten pie-shaped segments, each can be a minimum of 1° to a maximum size of 360° with defined default colors as shown. Segment colors can be changed by adding the new color number to the Pie Chart “Properties” or by using a Tag value containing the desired color. The entire Pie Chart can be rotated, or it can be resized (default 100%) by hardcoding a new size into the Size Property, or by using a tag having values from 0 to 100%. Larger sizes can be used by modifying the symbol. Continue reading