This symbol set was created with building automation in mind, but thermostat controls have many applications across industries like food safety, industrial refrigeration, plastic injection, and pharmaceutical production. In many of these applications, temperature control and reports are required for auditing and recall purposes. Continue reading
Does your directional drilling steering control system “cut it”? Directional drilling and monitoring of wellbore and other rig operations are increasingly automated, and this week’s symbol is designed to make that automation much easier. Road construction or bridge support construction applications and CNC drilling machines may all find this symbol useful in monitoring equipment. Continue reading
This week’s symbol is designed to make scheduled events and time-sensitive tasks a bit easier. These date displays are designed for easy use in mobile applications and business intelligence overviews. Continue reading
“Green Energy” and alternative energy solutions are increasingly common, and require monitoring like any other energy application. This symbol set will allow you to quickly build dashboards for all types of energy and power monitoring solutions. Continue reading
These symbols are a great addition to an attractive Mobile Access dashboard for InduSoft web Studio applications. They’re easy to read on tablets and smartphones and should display similarly across all devices for a standardized look and feel. Continue reading
This slider improves on the existing Slider01 design by adding a configurable label at the top and allows you to choose which character to display as the units. Continue reading
InduSoft has been working hard to deliver new free symbols for Indusoft web Studio. Now that we’ve added a few, we’d like to know what you need! Please let us know what kinds of free symbols would be most useful to you. Continue reading
There are 3 main reasons to use symbols in your InduSoft Web Studio SCADA Software project.
Create consistent look and a common user interface by using symbols throughout your project. This reduces overall development time while keeping the user interface familiar and easy to use.
A single point of change. When using a symbol over and over on any screen, it references the “Linked Symbol” in the project symbol library. This allows you to change the symbol design, for example color or behavior, and the symbol is updated everywhere it was used.
Custom Properties. By understanding a simple syntax, you can easily define “custom properties” and how a symbol behaves to provide an easy-to-use, simplified interface. Continue reading