• A Model viewer is open.
  • The Animations pane is open.
  1. On the left pane, next to the Search field, select (Add).
  1. On the right pane, in the title field, enter the name of the animation (1). In our example, it's State of Pump-3.
  1. In the Model viewer interface, select the component(s) you want to animate.
  • The id(s) of selected component(s) are prepopulated into the code (2). You don't need to add them manually.
  1. In the JSON editing window, locate the Conditions section (3) and provide the following data:
  • RDSVar: Paste the name of the data point, that will trigger the animation.

To access the list of data points, open the portfolio and select Configuration > Data points.

  • Type: Specify the operator. In our example, it's Equals.
  • Value1: Specify the logical value (true or false).
  1. Then, describe the consequences (4):
  • In the LogicalOperator row, enter the logical operator. In our example, it's AND.
  • In the AnimationType row, specify how the animation will appear. In our example, it's Color.
  • In the Parameters row, specify the parameters of your animation. In our example, we specified the Speed of blinking and the highlighting Color.
  • In the IsBlinked row, select whether you want your animation to blink (the value should be true or false).

You can add as many conditions and consequences as you need.

  1. At the bottom of the right pane, select Apply to preview the animation.
  1. If everything works as required, select Save (right next to Apply).