Using GPI/O devices in Helm

Helm supports various GPI/O devices, allowing panels to control external legacy equipment, and to receive status and tallies from external equipment. Output Controls Control of GPI/O Outputs is straightfoward. Each GPI device provides commands to turn outputs on and...

RouteMaster – Networking Overview

This post describes how RouteMaster operates on IP networks for router control. It’s helpful for network administrators who need to understand how to configure firewalls, etc for RouteMaster use. Internal Communications When you start the RouteMaster application...

Managing RouteMaster Web Panels

RouteMaster’s Web Panels can be found in the folder C:\ProgramData\Rascular\WebPanels. When panels are published to RouteMaster, a new folder containing the panel assets is created here. The folder name is the name of the panel that was published. You can remove...

TSL UMD Support in RouteMaster

RouteMaster V2.1 and later support the TSL UMD protocol for sending and receiving router signal names and status to connected devices over IP networks. TSL support is configured in the “Configure Clients…” dialog. RouteMaster as a TSL Sender...