Terminal text menu definition

To create a Terminal device, right-click System and select Add terminal. 

together with the variable attached, there are more properties which can be configured. the object properties are listed in "Text HMI objects".

2. Inserting variables directly into the text menu editor

Another way is inserting variables directly into the text menu editor. Right-click the working area and select “Add variable”. In the following dialog there are all elements to choose from, be it variables or function blocks. 

Select one or more variables using mouse and Ctrl / Shift keys.

3. Creating levels

Under the “Login”, “Static text”, “Analog Indicator” and “Digital” objects “You can insert objects by selecting the object in the template and by clicking on “Move in” or. “Move out” in the top menu.

Or drag and drop objects onto “Login”, “Static text”, “Analog Indicator” and “Digital.” Indicator ”. The object will turn red when nested by dragging.

If you have created a template for the ht200 or ht102 z terminal external HMI editor, which was part of Mervis IDE ver. 2.3.0.x and lower, so To import this template into the report, right-click HMI project and select “Import HMI template from older version”.

In the dialog, choose a template name, choose a template type, Terminal ke to which the template will be assigned and the path to the file created terminal menu.

After a template is created, it must be attached to the Terminal in the Terminal properties. In the lower part there are Text menu parameters. Select the template to be used here. A *.txt file, which will be uploaded to the Terminal, is generated automatically. 

Right-click the Terminal and select Show preview. If there is a template selected in the Terminal properties, a preview will be launched.

If PLCs are online in your network, the preview works as a full-size control panel. The display is the same as on a HT200 terminal.