control system (visualization + server) for large automation projects
Components of solution:
i3 pro manual »
iRidium server manual »
control system (visualization + server) for simple typical projects
i3 lite manual »
Sign up at iRidium web-site. To do it, follow the link and enter your e-mail in the window that appears and click "Start for free". After it a letter will come to your e-mail with a request to confirm your e-mail address and activate your account.
Registration on the web-site is necessary only for integrators and DIY developers. An end-user is sent and e-mail invitation to use a project.
To start using iRidium, download and install - iRidium software complex for Windows (Setup). It is free and it includes:
For a control panel to work with equipment a license is required. After the registration on the web site you have Test mode that works 5 minutes, then you have to reboot the app. To work more, please, use iRidium Cloud storage with Trial mode (60 days) and unlimited commercial licenses.
Read more about licensing here.
We regularly organize training courses. You can read more about courses and take them here.
After training you will get unlimited access to Trial licenses and a certificate of iRidium Specialist.
You can see videos of webinars on our YouTube channel and learn the principles of work in iRidium.
To communicate with other users, to submit ideas or to discuss issues connected with our product register on the forum. Follow the link, click on "Sign In/Sign up" and fill in the required fields.
If you can't find an answer in the forum, write us at email.
Start iRidium components under Administrator account or using Administrator rights.
The correct work of iRidium components is not guaranteed when working on OS Windows emulators (for example, WineHQ, Parallels Desktop).
If video card drivers do not support DirectX 10 there might be errors when displaying graphics. Update your video card drivers.
iRidium server does not work on virtual machines.
Basics of iRidium visualization
interface of iRidium studio, windows, tabs, hot keys
Architecture and objects of a visualization interface
Commands and feedback, iRidium internal variables
A tool to test apps with a graphical interface on a PC
A tool to upload projects to i3 pro app
Use of logging to localize errors
Launching the app on different operation systems and platforms
Setting the app on a device
Basics of creating control systems with a server
Review of iRidium studio tools for server projects
Creating a server project
Setting drivers in a server project
Uploading a project on a server and licensing
How to see the server state via a browser
How to create a GUI on the basis of a server project
Instructions to create a server project that controls subservers
Instructions on sending Push notifications from iRidium server to iOS- and Android-based devices with installed i3 pro app
Bacics about iRidium drivers
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General description of iRidium lite
Tool to create i3 lite projects
First steps in using iRidium lite
Installing and setting a server in i3 lite project
Activating a license and setting access
General instructions for setting up remote control of an i3 lite object
How to use modules