Function Description

Function Description

Function Descriptions allow you to create individual descriptions for each automated function with the Drawing board’s easy drag and drop interface.

Customize the operation of smart devices and automated functions with selected presets, timers, actuators, etc.

Instantly print function descriptions with images for end-user manuals and final project reporting.

1. Click the function description tab

To start working on the Function Description, open the Drawing Board and click the first PDF icon in the right side panel. In this page you are still able to configurate devices, write comments and rearrange buttons via drag & drop.

[NOTE: You can also find the Function Descriptions of all your projects in the left side panel under Reports > Function Descriptions]

1. Review project information

Project information is a generic text that is printed on all project reports. You can customize the text by going to system> project settings > project info text.

Write project specific information in Remarks on this report.

[NOTE: the Legal information at the bottom of the document can also be customized by going to systemproject settings > project info text.]

3. Review and finalize device configurations

Configure devices and add comments. These changes need to be Saved by clicking the icon next to the device/function.

Devices can have several pages. Checkmark pages to include them in the report file.

4. Save and print the report

You can choose which sections to include in the printout by ticking the boxes.

5. [Optional] Customize the cover for the report

To customize the Function Description cover background go to system> admin settings> general information> report background. Upload an image that will fill the entire page(A4). The new design will apply for all reports. Note that your company logo will no longer be printed out automatically.



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