APPolo flexGUI

flexGUI is not an option, its an integral part of the APPolo software solution, it defines and controls the user experience

flexGUI – is new graphic user interface for APPolo Control Software. It offers a feature-rich, simple, and intuitive user-experience. We have achieved this through the careful design and implementation of the APPolo Graphical User Interface flexGUI™. Once APPolo is installed, the software automatically discovers all connected LYNX hardware and configures itself to display a full hierarchy of the connected racks and modules. Clicking on a device brings up its dedicated GUI display. The graphical representation of the modules shows internal connections and signal flow in the form of an easy to read block diagram. This greatly simplifies the understanding of a module’s function and shows the signal flow from input to output. All inputs and outputs are monitored in real time with the status and format of each signal clearly displayed on the system diagram. Users can drill down into the module for more information by zooming in or with a simple click on the area you need to examine in more detail. For “path finding,” simply move your cursor over a signal line to highlight the complete signal path through the module. Reconfiguring modules is easy. Simply drag and drop connections to change the module’s internal connections and signal routing.

APPolo – powerful, simple, and intuitive visualization and control

 

Interactive zooming

All inputs and outputs are monitored in real time with the status and format of each signal clearly displayed on the system diagram. Users can drill down into the module for more information by zooming in or with a simple click on the area you need to examine in more detail.

Drag and Drop Connections

Reconfiguring modules is easy. Simply drag and drop connections to change the module’s internal connections and signal routing.

Path Highlighting

For “path finding”, simply move your cursor over a signal line to highlight the complete signal path through the module