New Features in Automation Studio™ E6.2« Overview of Other Features
Interactive Lab Exercises
Interactive exercises are available for hydraulics, pneumatics and electrical technologies. Each of them include one schematic that is automatically simulated and animated in order to graphically show the behaviour of the function represented.
Improved Library Explorer
New search filter and improved navigation to quickly locate components. Hydraulic/Pneumatic ISO Standards 1219-1 (2012) also available.
Interactive Course Content
Automation Studio™ provides tools to help teachers and trainers create interactive and animated course content such as the Workflow Manager.
Block Diagram Module
Graphical environment for component and system modeling using predefined function blocks. It can also be used for creating and testing complete control loops.
New y(x) – z(x, y) plotters available. Possibility to compare results from different plotters and insert annotations, markers or legends.
New favorite feature displays only important properties of a selected component. Default favorite properties can be modified by the user for components.
Component properties now include descriptive images displaying contextual properties specific to a selected component model.
New Display Features
Easily show & hide all component’s satellites or references from the ribbon bar and easily identify components with associated satellites.
New Simulation Models
New simulation models available for accessories, fittings in lines, pumps, inductors, capacitors and pneumatic brakes.
Automation Studio™ Viewer
The Viewer help users share schematics with anyone who doesn’t possess an Automation Studio™ license. It can display schematics for any technology, plotter curves from the original project as well as various reports.
Manufacturers’ Catalogue Components Update
By selecting the following feature, Automation Studio™ automatically identifies and generates a list of all updates available for manufacturers and custom catalogue components present in the project. Users can then decide for each component if they wish to update it.