A driver is an interface to control and get the state of a device (an automation system) with the help of a graphical interface.
There are 2 types of drivers in i3 pro:
In this section you will find links to detailed manual on setting native drivers.
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Any driver contains a set of Channels and Feedbacks.
Every driver has network parameters that must be filled in by an intergartor when setting a driver
more about driver work and setting
Native drivers are ready solutions for automation equipment that are included in iRidium database. You can use any of them by setting equipment work in iRidium studio. Each driver can be set to work with a required number of variables via any visual interface.
To work with a native driver you simple drag'n'drop it in your project from the database.
Each native driver requires setting. After adding a driver to a project, select it in the device tree and fill in the netwoek settings and parameters of channels and tags.
After setting a driver, assign driver channels and tags to items of a graphical interface.
A script driver is a control interface + a script driver on the basis of "AV & Custom Systems". Script drivers are used to control systems that are not in the list of native drivers. A script driver (a JS module) is set beforehand to send commands and get feedback from equipment.
Script drivers do not require additional setting. After downloading a driver and adding it to a project an integrator must fill in the network parameters and the driver is ready to work.
You can find a list of script drivers on our web-site
Native drivers, added to a project, can influence the price of a license. You can calculate the price of the license in My account in the Price tab.