All measurement data from condition reports is shown in graphs on each location. For each port there is a separate tab for the graphs. For each location there is also a dashboard overview.
On a location level, it is possible to change the thresholds for each graph. Thresholds are visible when there is 1 quantity shown or when multiple quantities have the same thresholds.
You can configure your own dashboard for each location or use automatic dashboard creation. This combines all the measurement data from the different ports. All the same quantities from different ports are added onto one single graph. You can override this functionality by creating manual dashboards. It is also possible to add measurement data from ports of different locations. A device supplier can also create a default dashboard configuration for the device.
From this overview you can set issue triggers, enlarge one graph for a full screen view, rearrange graphs, rename graphs.
Automating names of graphs and times series labels helps make graphs specific for each location and port. This will improve the process of setting up your devices, locations and the analysis dashboards, allowing you to gain insight into the status of your assets more naturally, increasing effectiveness and further reducing the workload of your personnel.
The names of the graphs that are generated can be determined on the settings of the device in the connectivity environment.
If the name of a graph is left empty, automatic names will be generated for the graphs, which can be helpful, because port names and quantity names can automatically be shown. The same goes for the labels of the time series in the legend of the graph.
The automatic names are determined as follows (with priority given to higher rows on this table):
The difference between working with, and without the new feature is visualized below.
Location graphs can be exported as png or csv.