Alarm Notification Icon (FREE)
- Animates When Alarm Occurs
- Updates in Real-time
- Use Your Image
- Modify Colors to Your Style
- Works in Workbench and Modern Browser
The alarm notification icon displays a heartbit when there are alarms in an alarm state. The animation only occurs when there are alarms to check. You can use a custom image and when clicked, you'll be redirected to an ord of your choice. The widget has a number of configurable properties that can be used to modify look, feel, and functionality. Also check out the Alarm View Template.
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Before you start. Download the modules from our portal (see your order confirmation, which also explains licensing). Copy the modules file to your modules directory. Restart BOTH station and Workbench.
1. Copy the alarmNotificationIcon-ux.jar file to your modules directory.
2. Open the module from your palette file.
3. Drag and drop the widget from the palette onto your px view.
The widget has a few configurable properties that can be used to modify look, feel, and functionality. Change the properties as required:
The link property should point to an appropriate station asset.
Workbench/PX example: station:|slot:/Services/AlarmService/ConsoleRecipient
HTML Page: /ord?station:%7Cslot:/Services/AlarmService/ConsoleRecipient
Alarm Class: Set the appropriate Alarm Class. Default is defaultAlarmClass.
Alarm Icon: Set this to use your own image. E.g. file:^indicatorlight.png
Background Color: The default is transparent. If your px/html page has a different color, set this property to match it.
You can now use the widget in your custom html page as long as the html file is in a appropriate station directory. E.g.:
1. Create an html page and place in your station files directory.
2. Create a div element and give it an id so you can inject the widget into this area. E.g.: widget1.
3. Add the following scripts before the closing head tag or the closing body tag. E.g.: