More options for HMI animations

Posted by Janice Colmer on Oct 19, 2022 10:07:48 AM

New images and animations are added to our SVG image library and GIFs resource page.

Are you building HMI screens to use with your groov EPIC (GRV-EPIC-PR1 or GRV-EPIC-PR2)? Be sure to visit our website resource pages to help customize your HMI. We've expanded the SVG Image Library as well as the Animated GIFs section of the site.

These images and animations work especially well if you're using browser-based groov View. Included with your EPIC, groov View lets you easily build an operator interface to see and interact with exactly the devices and data you need. Choose from a variety of images suited for all kinds of industrial applications. 

In the SVG Image Library, you'll find pipes, elbows, junctions, simple tanks, pumps, valves, and meters, just to name a few. And we just expanded this section to include: 

  • Compressor and turbine symbols
  • Feeder chutes
  • Rotary (barrel) washers
  • Rotary furnace
  • Conveyors
  • Quench tanks
  • Thermometers
  • Tilting furnace in multiple tilt positions
  • Alarms
  • Electro cells
  • Power Supplies

You can apply different colors, flip, and rotate all the graphics in the library to suit your needs, Use the tabs at the top of the page to create buttons or draw polygons. And all these images are designed so their parts line up evenly when scaled.


The Opto 22 illustrators have also been busy adding over 60 new animations to the GIFs resource page. Discover all the new conveyors (moving left, right, angled up, angled down, all at slow and fast speeds) with various content being conveyed. You'll also find some new alarm animations to pick from.



You can view your groov View HMI right there on the groov EPIC processor’s color touchscreen, or on an HDMI monitor connected to the EPIC.  Then see the same HMI on your computers and mobile devices for remote monitoring and control.

With your designs, you can show data from sensors and automation systems, cloud applications, databases, web services, and more. Put the data and controls from different sources together in the way that makes sense for your application and your users. Because you develop the interface yourself, your HMI includes only what you need.

Have fun with it, and we hope these updated resources come in handy!


Topics: groov View, groov EPIC, HMI, SVG

Written by Janice Colmer

Janice has worked at Opto 22 for nearly 20 years and is part of the marketing team that strives to share new and relevant content with the automation industry. She enjoys books, camping, country music, and spending time with family and friends.
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