The new Index BrailleApp can so far print braille, preview, edit a translated braille document and manage the setup of the V5 printer.
Index BrailleApp is available in all Index V5 printers, connected to a LAN and upgraded to latest firmware.
- Free of charge
- Unlimited number of users
- Includes most important functions of a typical braille editor
- Translation of text-to-braille (Liblouis org system, currently about 150 languages, G1 and G2)
- Formatting of the braille page
- Page numbering, volume handling and volume page numbering
- Editing by six-key in braille preview
- Editing by text in ASCII preview
- Intuitive setup. The BrailleApp uses the translation and formatting parameters defined by the printer's active layout.
- Easy to use, no license or registration is required.
- Displays status of the V5 printer. Including wired network, WiFi network, Bluetooth and USB Memory Stick if inserted to the V5 printer.
- Supports all major operation systems such as Windows, iOS, Android, Linux, Unix.
- Supports all majors browsers such as Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox.
How to connect to the Braille App
- Index V5 Braille printer (Basic-D, Everest-D, BrailleBox or FanFold-D)
- The printer is upgraded to Firmware 2018-04-10 Beta.
- LAN (Local Area Network) is available
- The Index V5 printer is connected to the LAN with an IP port
Recommended steps to connect the printer to the LAN
- Plug in a network cord between the printer and your network. It is correctly connected when the blue wired network icon on the control panel lights up.
- Get the IP address of the printer by pressing HELP+10. The printer will now echo the IP address (for example 192.168.4.14)
- Open the BrailleApp by typing above IP address in your browser and select functions from the menu.