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RemoteHMI-MenuPreparing the device

 

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5.7.1 Calibrate Touch:

 

If the touch screen is not working properly within the application, you can re-calibrate it.

 

Devices with two monitors have a split touch calibration button.

 

 

1 Monitor

2 Monitor

Fgr_CntrBtn_TCalbr_1

Fgr_CntrBtn_TCalbr_1a

 

Click on the left side for the first monitor and on the right side for the second monitor.

 

Fgr_CntrBtn_TCalbr_2

Starts calibration for the monitor's touch screen.

F4

Button for

Monitor 1

Starts the calibration for touchscreen 1.

Fgr_CntrBtn_TClbr2

Button for

Monitor 2

Starts the calibration for touchscreen 1.

 

After the calibration process has been started, the screen will turn to one colour.

 

A An Symb_CalibrPoint arrow with a dot pops up (1. top left, 2. top right, 3. centre (cross with dot), 4. bottom left, 5. bottom right). In older versions an "*" (asterisk) will appear on the screen four times in a row (1. top left, 2. top right, 3. bottom left, 4. bottom right).

Tap exactly on the dot or the asterisk *. The touch screen is then re-calibrated and the system returns to the main menu. Alternatively, confirm the calibration by pressing the "CONFIRMbutton *1).

 

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In case you tapped the wrong place during the calibration, it will be impossible to press the CONFIRM button.

 

In such a case, wait a few seconds until the calibration window closes on its own accord and then repeat the calibration by pressing the <F8> » TOUCH CALIB key. Press <F8> and the button for the calibration.

 

 

5.7.2 Backlight:

 

The button for adjusting the screen brighness

 

Fgr_CntrBtn_Brightness

 

consists of two fields. Click on the left side to decrease and on the right side to increase screen brightness.

 

F4

Button for

decreasing screen brightness

Click on the button to decrease brighness

by 10%.

Fgr_CntrBtn_BrgthtnPlus

Button for

increasing screen brightness

Click on the button to increase screen brightness

by 10%.

 

 

5.7.3 Touchscreen Rightclick:

 

As a standard, a short touch of the touch screen is interpreted as a left mouse click. By using the two integrated right-click emulation processes, a right mouse click can also be simulated. A right mouse click emulation is initiated by a circle drawn around the area of touch. The right mouse click is triggered as soon as the circle is closed. Lifting the pen / finger off the screen before then will prevent the right mouse click from being triggered.

 

F4

Touch button for

Right mouse click activation

Use this touch button to activate the right-click emulation.

Fgr_CntrPnlBtn_RgtClck

Touch button for

Right mouse click deactivation

Use this touch button to deactivate the right-click emulation.

 

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Please note that a right click usually opens the context menu.

If the object currently in focus has not context menu allocated to it,

right-clicking has no result.

 

 

5.7.4 Clean Display:

 

To avoid the unwanted execution of the functions behind the "RemoteHMI menu" buttons you can lock these.

This way you can prevent an inadvertent breakdown of connections when cleaning the screen.

.

F4

Touch button for locking

the "RemoteHMI menu"

Use this touch button to activate the locking of all operator menu buttons for 30 seconds.

 

 

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