Whether you’ve already chosen the PanelPilotACE platform for your next display project, have used its software suite before or are still evaluating its development potential, the PanelPilotACE University is your one-stop shop for all the tools needed to turn your conceptual display design into a fully functioning App. From royalty free graphic and icon libraries to video tutorials and help guides, the University is constantly updated. Create multi-screen graphics interfaces today without writing a line of code.
ACE PROJECT TEMPLATES
Zip file containing three templates for interfacing to our new Thermistor add-on board. These templates include Thermistor Element, Thermistor Element With Alarms and Rolling Average Template.
Trend Graph Example
This is the example from the Trend Graph Panel Pilot ACE Tutorial Video. It demonstrates the use of Data Logging on the Panel Pilot ACE Design Studio.
Data Log Example
This is the example from the Data Logging Panel Pilot ACE Tutorial Video. It demonstrates the use of Data Logging on the Panel Pilot ACE Design Studio.
Top Ten Tips Template
The template created during the Top Ten Tips webinar.
Maths Builder Example
This template uses a maths builder to calculate the sum of two inputs and then display this using a digital reading, bar meter and rotating needle.
An example of how to create a basic spinner with variable limits and step size. This uses the maths builder in conjunction with two buttons.
Basic Meter with User Variable Alarm
Project uses a logic builder, properties trigger, set rules and maths builders to create a user variable alarm function.
Counter with Analogue Input
This template uses a properties trigger, logic builder, maths builder and set rules to create a debounced count from an analogue input. Trigger levels set to 3V = high. Adjust in logic builder.
An example of how to create a tare application using maths builders, variables and logic actions. Adjust the linear scaling of the analogue input using the variables in the project.
Change Colour Alarm Template
Example showing how to change colour in different alarm states, this example uses variables for the colours as well as the high and low alarm values.
Template showing how to use the RS232, send the data "out1, [value]" by pressing the tx button. Please note that [value] is equal to the analogue input value displayed in the adjacent text box. Also display a string by sending the following to the device "in1,[string]".