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How to Use GT Designer 3 for Mitsubishi HMI Design


How to Use GT Designer 3 for Mitsubishi HMI Design




GT Designer 3 is a software package that allows you to create graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for Mitsubishi's human-machine interfaces (HMIs). With GT Designer 3, you can design screens, buttons, images, animations, and other elements for your HMI projects. You can also simulate and test your designs before downloading them to the HMI devices.




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In this article, we will show you how to use GT Designer 3 for Mitsubishi HMI design. We will cover the following topics:


  • How to install GT Designer 3 and GT Works 3



  • How to create a new project and select an HMI model



  • How to design a screen and add objects



  • How to assign functions and properties to objects



  • How to simulate and debug your design



  • How to download your design to the HMI device



By the end of this article, you will be able to use GT Designer 3 for Mitsubishi HMI design with confidence and ease.


How to Install GT Designer 3 and GT Works 3




GT Designer 3 is part of the GT Works 3 software suite, which also includes other tools such as GT Simulator 3 and GT SoftGOT. To install GT Designer 3 and GT Works 3, you need to download the software from the official website of Mitsubishi Electric or from a trusted source such as plc247.com[^1^]. You will also need a license key to activate the software.


To install GT Designer 3 and GT Works 3, follow these steps:


  • Run the setup file and follow the instructions on the screen.



  • Select the language and the components you want to install.



  • Enter the license key when prompted.



  • Choose the installation folder and click Next.



  • Wait for the installation to complete and click Finish.



You can now launch GT Designer 3 from the Start menu or from the desktop shortcut.


How to Create a New Project and Select an HMI Model




To create a new project in GT Designer 3, follow these steps:


  • Open GT Designer 3 and click File > New Project.



  • Enter a name for your project and click OK.



  • Select an HMI model from the list of supported devices. You can filter the list by series, type, size, resolution, color, or communication. You can also search for a specific model by entering its name or number in the search box.



  • Click OK to confirm your selection.



You will see a blank screen in the main window of GT Designer 3. This is where you will design your GUI for your HMI device.


How to Design a Screen and Add Objects




To design a screen in GT Designer 3, follow these steps:


  • Select Screen > New Screen from the menu bar or click the New Screen icon on the toolbar.



  • Enter a name for your screen and click OK.



  • Select Screen > Screen Settings from the menu bar or click the Screen Settings icon on the toolbar.



  • In the Screen Settings dialog box, you can adjust various parameters such as background color, screen size, screen number, screen type, screen group, etc. Click OK when you are done.



  • To add objects to your screen, select them from the Object Palette on the left side of the window. You can choose from different categories such as Basic Objects, Switches, Lamps, Indicators, Graphs, etc. Drag and drop the objects onto your screen or double-click them to place them at the center of your screen.



  • To resize or move an object, select it and drag its handles or use the arrow keys on your keyboard. To rotate an object, select it and drag its rotation handle or use Ctrl + arrow keys on your keyboard. To delete an object, select it and press Delete on your keyboard or right-click it and select Delete from the context menu.



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