Preconfiguration "Heating sub-circuit - heating delivery station"
This preconfiguration can be activated when creating a new object (e.g. by "New object"
in the local object menu or by pressing the Insert
key after selecting the object) and is included in the group: " / Technology / Heating"
- The preconfiguration is created including the panel (PmPanel
object) functionality as a Web panel
The essential items in the panel are Analog three-way valve.
and Analog pump.
. These are connected to corresponding variables of the PmData
object in order to visualize the curent status. The user can call the onMenuFill
events in order to change the device mode (thus controlling the device manually). There is another active item in the panel: PmiText
that can be used for manual entry of desired temperature.
There are variables in the PmData
object that are connected with this technology and their meaning is described on the Data
page of each variable in the Note
object named Emul
only emulates the functions of the regulation control system. In the script of the onTick
event it is apparent how the corresponding variables of the PmData
objects are set in order to make the graphic items display the real status of monitored technology. Therefore parts of this script can be used as templates for processing data comming from real regulation control system.
These configurators can be set before the preconfiguration is created:
|The name of created object||Name of the object created in the application object tree. This is a system name and must not contain empty string, diacritics, spaces and the first character must not be a number.|
|Panel title||User name of the panel that is displayed for example in: |
- in the window title bar (if opened outside the workspace)
- in the panel list obtained for example by the FindViewers
This configurator sets the initial value of the property PmPanel.Title and PmiRoot.ViewerTitle.
Macro expression can be used for input ($.text ..) (it is evaluated while the window is opening).
After this preconfiguration is created, the configurator is se to: PmPanel > Panel > Panel title.
|Permissions||On this page permissions of the object are defined. See Description of the page Permissions.|
|Member of logical groups||The list of the identifiers of the logical groups (the comma ',' is the separator), the object belongs into (it is a group member), see Logical groups. The logical group selection can be done in the Member of logical groups window. |
After this preconfiguration is created, the configurator is se to: PmObject > Object > Member of logical groups.
|Enable as Web component||It indicates if this object has to be registered as a Web server component |
After this preconfiguration is created, the configurator is se to: PmPanel > Web server > Enable as Web component.
|PmWeb object||Path in the objects tree to the PmWeb, PmWebFolder or PmWebLang object where the registration is carried out. |
Macro expression can be used for input (it is evaluated while the application is launching).
After this preconfiguration is created, the configurator is se to: PmPanel > Web server > PmWeb object.