Thank you for writing back.
Following the examples from the referred Demo application and online documentation, I have prepared a sample code snippet demonstrating how to manipulate the RadRadialGauge.Value
property on a Timer.Tick
. Note that the RadialGaugeNeedle.BindValue
property is set to true
in order to indicate that the needle's value is bound to the gauge's value. In the code snippet below the value is set to a random generated number just for the example. You can use any custom object's property according to your specific requirement:
Random rand =
Timer timer =
timer.Interval = 1000;
sender, EventArgs e)
.radRadialGauge1.Value = rand.Next(0, 180);
The attached gif file illustrates the behavior on my end. If it does not suit your scenario, it would be greatly appreciated if you give us more details about the exact requirement that you trying to achieve when manipulating the needle. Thank you.
I hope this information helps. If you have any additional questions, please let me know.