XUI Zone - screenshots - RS3
RS3 is the latest in compressor selection from Danfoss A/S, the world number one in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Controls. RS3 makes the selection of refrigeration compressor and condensing units quick and easy. RS3 also provides detailed technical information about all the products and their performance in an easy to use and intuitive environment. RS3 is a Java Web Start application built using the XUI framework.
Now try it out
You've seen the pictures and heard the story, so why not take it through its paces.
Note that the initial release of RS3 includes lots of drawings and the basic download size of over 40MB. RS3 is also a Windows ONLY application as it relies on some DLLs for material properties. So, if that's not for you, why not see a video of a sample selection?
How it works:
Running fast: RS3 employs Java for high performance, and performance is crucial given the complexity of the performance and material properties calculations that are needed to accurately select a compressor. Advanced caching means the data is at hand whenever needed, so there are no delays waiting for a server to respond.
Dimensioning: All the data bindings in RS3 are aware of the unit set (Metric or US-Imperial) chosen by the user and implicitly convert the internal SI units of the calculations and database to the display units chosen by the user.
Localization: The XUI framework includes localization support throughout and all that is needed to localize RS3 is a set of language files. RS3 is distributed worldwide and includes western, asian and far eastern languages.
Web updates: As a Java Web Started application RS3 enjoys the ability to update automatically, synchronizing and automatically updating whenever new updates are posted to the Danfoss server.
Running off-line: Despite being a web application RS3 includes the ability to run off-line or standalone, crucial for field workers and service technicans who may not always have high speed internet access.