Tutorial: Querx Panel
The Querx Panel application is available for Windows PC and Raspberry Pi. It displays measurements and alerts for up to nine sensors in a full screen visualization. This makes it possible to, for instance, create a large display in the fields of production and storage on a tight budget.
Querx Panel can be used free of charge.
Alternatively, we offer a box that is based on Raspberry Pi, on which Querx Panel is pre-installed. An HDMI monitor can be connected to the box directly. Merely the network connection needs to be set up and the values that are to be displayed need to be configured.
Installation on Raspberry Pi:
1: Download the image for Raspberry Pi.
2: Format the first partition of an SD-card in the FAT32 format and extract the archive to this location.
3: Insert the SD-card into your Raspberry Pi.
4: Connect a network cable and a mouse to your Raspberry Pi. The mouse is only required during configuration.
5: Boot the device by connecting the power source.
Note: A DHCP server is required for the tutorial.
Configuration and operation are identical on all systems, once the software has been launched.
1: Select the rate at which the display is updated.
2: Select the color that is to be used for the individual displays’ frames.
1: Select the device, whose values you wish to display.
2: Select the section of the screen in which this device’s values will be displayed.
3: Click Add.
Repeat this process if you wish to add several devices.
1: Select the device you want to configure.
2: Select the values you want to configure.
3: Configure the size in which value and unit are displayed.
1: Select the device, whose display’s colors you want to change and click Colors.
2: Select the colors for the display.
3: Click Ok.
The selected values appear on the monitor, arranged in the configured order.
Alerts are highlighted by the selected colors.