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iSMA-B-LIB-GRAPH User Manual


iSMA-B-LIB-GRAPH is a library containing a graphical pallet, allowing the integrator to use ready-made graphic components. The palette contains graphic objects, such as ventilation ducts, air dampers, coolers, heaters, air filters, sensors, humidifiers, fans, heat exchangers, free-standing HVAC devices, grids, devices, graphic representations of devices on a floor plan, hydraulic systems with valves, and pumps. The iSMA_Graphics.jar graphics palette is an ideal addition to the iSMA-B-MAC36NL controller set with HDMI port and iSMA-B-PD-10-TB touchpad.

Revision History





28 Mar 2019

First version


24 Jun 2021

Graphic templates added to the library

1.225 May 2022Rebranded
Revision history

iSMA-B-MAC36NL Overview

iSMA-B-MAC36NL is a new generation Hybrid IoT Controller equipped with 36 I/O and powered by Niagara 4 framework. It supports many protocols including BACnet IP, BACnet MS/TP. Modbus TCP, Modbus RTU, LON IP, KNX IP, and many more. The iSMA-B-MAC36NL, beside great hardware features and outstanding software functionality, offers many additional packages, which build superb competitive advantage. One of the packages is described below.

Key Features

  • Niagara 4.6 and later;

  • Prepared bindings;

  • Animated components;

  • Components representing alarm conditions;

  • Components representing switching on and off states;

  • Components of 0-100% controlled values;

  • Multistate components.

Software License

This product is licensed. The iSMA-B-MAC36NL driver is licensed for iSMA-B-LIB-GRAPH as standard. The license is formatted as an additional GC5.license file available on the Niagara central server.
Note: If there is no license, after adding a component to the PX worksheet, the following watermark appears on the component only in the web browser. The components in the Workbench looks as usual.

No license watermark

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