Java-programmable industrial displays

February 27, 2018 // By Julien Happich
Demmel Products has released what it believes to be the world’s first and only Java-programmable intelligent displays at this year’s embedded world. Features like the on-board Java Virtual Machine (Java VM), capacitive modules for vandal-proof designs and the intuitive development environment iLCD Manager XE ensure extensive applicability of the iLCDs as a human-machine interface.

All functionalities can be realized in Java as well as with the known commands on the iLCD panels. HMI sequence control, calculating operations and all hardware control can be done with Java. The latter simplifies the device design considerably by eliminating the need for an external controller.

The free  iLCD Manager XE  contains a complete Java development environment for convenient editing of the Java code, compiling and remote debugging. The compiled Java application is loaded directly on the display via the USB interface and executed in the Java VM. Remote debugging of the generated Java application can be performed via the same USB interface directly on the connected display. Common features such as breakpoints and variable inspection are included in the debugger. Additional hardware or software is not necessary.

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