Graphics and function libraries

A graphics library is a program library that provides a program with basic functions for graphics output. Graphics libraries must be distinguished from stand-alone applications for displaying images (image processing), data and functions (function plotters).

Graphic Library     Function Library

OAS Graphic Library

the efficient creation of standardized and complex graphics of energy and building management systems

The OAS Graphic Library, developed by ProSystems, is an update for the OAS Supervisor Utilities and a collection of graphics and widgets from building services engineering. Graphics are provided for the entire technical building equipment (TGA) such as heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology as well as room automation - for all important applications. Sensors and actuators are available as well as pop-ups with Niagara standard functions and interfaces for numerical, Boolean and other data point types. 

OAS partners and users use the "Graphic Library" to efficiently create standardized and complex graphics of energy and building management systems. Working with the OAS Supervisor Utilities within the Niagara Workbench is made even more effective by the "Graphic Library". The library offers widgets with a modern user interface for selecting functions and properties.

More information:

Learn More             OAS Graphic Library             Brochure

OAS Niagara Plant and Function Macros

a collection of ready-made Niagara 4 software modules that can be used for building services applications with N4 controllers.

We provide this extensive collection of system macros, in which many typical applications are already programmed. A software application for a complex system is created by simply combining the individual function blocks - the OAS-MACs - and then configuring them, e.g. by assigning the data points and system parameters. The slots (connections of the function blocks) automatically connect to the correct slots of other function blocks and the physical inputs and outputs. The finished application can then be put into operation.

More information:

Learn More             OAS Niagara Plant and Function Macros             Brochure