CSWorks releases HVAC symbol library for building automation systems
March 15, 2011 - CSWorks Inc. releases version 1.7.5000.0 of its solution development framework that allows industrial automation developers to build web-based HMI/SCADA applications that run on various devices and desktop operating systems without any modifications.
This version introduces HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning) symbol library that includes essential graphics elements that can be used in BAS (building automation systems) software: heaters, pumps, dampers, filters, sensors. Some of the symbols like fans and dampers provide animation capabilities. All symbols included in the library:
- are 100% scalable;
- can be used outside of CSWorks in any Silverlight application;
- are 100% free for commercial and educational use.
CSWorks framework installation package is available for free download from the company website and includes:
- full HVAC symbol library;
- HVAC demo application that uses some visual elements from the library.
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