RF500A QSG – Gateway Tabular View/Printable Version for Comark RF500A Issue M9

Tabular View

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.

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Figure 1 – Transmitter TAB View

The Transmitter TAB View has the following:

    1. Calendar
    2. Move Forward-Back
    3. Drop Down
    4. 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 LeftClick will take you back one day, and clicking RightClick 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 Print_ICON to open up a new TAB in the browser that will allow printing.

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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.