|View numeric sensor metrics in sensor plots, and export to CSV or PDF.|
To create a sensor plot from a device:
Select a device on the Inventory tab, select a device.
Click the Sensors tab. Select the sensors you want to plot. Use quotes to filter lists by exact phrase, for example, "phase 3"
You can click the star to mark a sensors as a favorite, create thresholds on sensors, and toggle Display thresholds configurations to see sensors that have thresholds configured.
Click the toggle to see sensors that have thresholds configured. Click Configure new threshold to create a threshold on a sensor.
To compare sensors, click Compare sensors... on the Inventory tab. Select the devices you want to compare, and then click Compare. You can then select the sensors you want to plot from the list for each device.
Click Plot sensor.
Toggle Display thresholds configurations and then select Sensor to see sensors that have thresholds configured.
Hover to view details for data points on the graph.
For numeric sensors, view sensor metrics in a table below the graph, including: Units; Last known value; Minimum, Maximum, and Average value; Delta by value and by time.
- Select the timeframe you want to see. You can plot sensors for one hour up to 365 days or choose a custom date range. Six hours is the default.
Sensor history goes back to February 2022 and will continue to increase over time to a maximum of 4 years.
Note: Sensor history for EcoStruxure Ready Smart-UPS that use the SmartConnect port to connect starts in October 2022 and will continue to increase over time to a maximum of 4 years.
Select Split graph by to split the graph by sensor or unit.
Select Zoom to fit to see variations in the data in more detail.
- Select Save to save the sensor plot on the Reporting tab.
Select Add to dashboard to add a widget directly to a dashboard.
Note: When you create a widget on the dashboard, you can display sensor data for up to 30 days.
To configure thresholds on multiple devices, see Configure alarm thresholds for notifications
Add a sensor plot to a dashboard
You can add a widget directly to a dashboard from the sensor plotting page. When you create a widget on the dashboard, you can display sensor data for up to 30 days
Add the widget to an existing dashboard (based on your current location and permissions) or create a new dashboard and add the sensor plot to it.
Create a sensor plot.
Click Add to dashboard.
Label the widget, and select Add to existing dashboard or Create new dashboard.
Choose the location for the dashboard.
Add to existing dashboard
Create new dashboard
Note: Sensor metrics are not included in sensor plots saved to the dashboard.
Share a sensor plot
- Go to Reporting > Sensor plots.
- Open a sensor plot.
- Click Export to CSV to download the measurements or metrics data in CSV format or click Print to save the sensor plot, including metrics, as a PDF.
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