Tabular View presents one days’ worth of data in tabular format, for the purposes of review and reporting, It also includes the option for a printable report.
This screen displays data for the currently selected day in tabular form.
Figure 1 – Transmitter TAB View
The Transmitter TAB View has the following:
- Move Forward-Back
- Drop Down
- Printable Version
1. The Calendar
The Tabular view of the selected Transmitter defaults to the last date in the current selection, e.g. to-day. If you wish to see tabular data for any other date simply use the Calendar to select another day, date selection or month.
2. Move Forward-Back
Clicking will take you back one day, and clicking will take you forward one day within the current date selection.
3. Drop Down
Use the Drop Down to select a different Transmitter or just a previous Task or Period. Once the selection has been made the Tabular data will re-populate based on the new selection.
4. Printable Version
To ensure repeatability when printing we have added a printable version button to this TAB View. Simple click to open up a new TAB in the browser that will allow printing.
Figure 2 – Tabular Report
Additional information is provided with the report, including details of the Transmitter and the Gateway.
Transmitter Tabular Data – Record Colouring
|Black Text||Normal Reading not in alarm|
|Blue Text||Reading below the low alarm limit, but channel not in alarm|
|White Text – Blue Background||Channel in low alarm|
|Red Text||Reading above the low alarm limit, but channel not in alarm|
|White Text – Red Background||Channel in high alarm|
|Asterisk by Reading||This record is the Maximum or Minimum reading during an out-of-limit condition.|
Other error conditions, black text over yellow background
- Channel Fault
- Channel Reading Over Range
- Channel Reading Under Range
Transmitter Tabular Data – Door Readings
The readings reported for the door channel are given as two values:
- The first number if the cumulative number of minutes that the door has been open throughout the averaging interval, which is typically 60 minutes.
- The value in parentheses is the cumulative number of minutes that the door has been open throughout the averaging interval given as a percentage of the averaging interval, e.g. 50% would be a total of 30 minutes during an averaging period of 60 minutes.