Sample project for custom iPad/touchpanel & phone visualisation

Discussion in 'C-Bus Automation Controllers' started by RyelecAutomation, May 19, 2022.

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    RyelecAutomation

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    Hi all, hope it's okay if we post this but hopefully we can save some integrators some time/reduce some stress!

    For those that are searching for some help with developing the visualisation on a SHAC/NAC - Ryelec has been creating graphics packages for a few years and we now have a new package available called Zenith which surpasses anything we've been able to do on a SHAC so far and has been designed to help save you hours of design and pre-programming time.

    Basically you just load the sample project in and you have an entire automation system available to you that you can modify to suit your job. It has 550 automation icons in PNG & SVG format, hundreds of background images & shapes, CSS/javascript for custom font & lighting slider, date/time/sunrise/sunset scripts, user-friendly navigation and page layouts for common automation system inclusions. We also figured out how to display a completely custom app on phones and hide the default smartphone visualisation. Comes with a helpful user manual that you can follow along as you program with lots of design and time-saving tips.

    There's a few different Zenith versions available- for Residential/Commercial jobs on either iPad or ethernet touchpanel. And there's also Zenith Starter which is an introduction level package for smaller automation systems or those with less experience.

    You can find a lot more information on our website, and also view a dummy SHAC we have set up to display all the Zenith versions. https://ryelec.com.au/zenith-residential/
    Happy to answer any questions
    Thanks everyone!


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    RyelecAutomation, May 19, 2022
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