In this part you'll learn about the pages that show your RF logger's data! You'll dive into table view, graph view with map, downloading report and more!
In order to access RF measurements for your loggers, click the “Measurements” link on the left menu.
“Export XLS” button – allows you to export an XLSX (Microsoft Excel) file that represents the rows you have currently selected on a table.
Recording – presents the type of a recording. Here are the available statuses:
Latest indicates the latest recording.
Archive indicates the recording prior to the latest.
Status – presents the current status of the logger. Here are the available statuses:
A “green on” icon indicates that the logger is connected to bluConsole.
A “green gear” icon indicates that the logger is connected to bluConsole and is in the maintenance mode.
A “grey off” icon indicates that the logger is not connected to bluConsole.
A “grey gear” icon indicates that the logger is not connected to bluConsole and is in the maintenance mode.
Temperature – presents the last measured temperature.
Humidity – presents the last measured humidity level in “%”.
Small numbers near the measurements – signifies the set minimum and maximum threshold for various measurements (like temperature or humidity). Here is how it is displayed:
The top number signifies the maximum threshold and the bottom number signifies the minimum threshold for a specific type of measurement. The measurement on the left will turn blue (when it is below the threshold) and red (when it is above the threshold).
Luminosity – presents whether light has been detected in the given measuring interval (it is available for loggers that come with a light sensor). Here are the available statuses:
A “crescent moon” icon indicates that the luminosity is low.
A “sun” icon indicates that the luminosity is high.
Liquid – presents the last measured liquid level as “Dry”, “Humid”, or “Wet”.
GPS position – presents the last measured, estimated GPS location of the logger.
Voltage – presents the last measured voltage level in “V”.
Current – presents the last measured current level in “A”.
Counter – presents number of consecutive frames.
Measurement date & time – presents date and time of the last measurement.
Hops no – indicates the total number of repeaters the signal goes through. It can be useful to check if added repeaters are used to pass the signal. If you have added repeaters and the hops no is still 0, please check the position of your repeaters to make sure they catch the signal.
Battery – presents the level of battery. Here is how it is displayed:
NOTE: icons above show approximate levels, in order to see more precise values, just look at the number next to the icon.
Radio – presents the level of radio signal strength. Here is how it is displayed:
NOTE: icons above show approximate levels.
Current hub – presents the most recent hub with which the logger has been connected. The hub does not have to be the one assigned to the logger, as it connects with the closest hub.
Graph & map
In order to access graph and/or map, click on the “graph” icon. A new page should appear in your web browser.
On this new page, you will be able to see the graph(s) that shows the changes of specific measurement(s) throughout time and map with estimated locations of the hubs if there is any data.
In order to see individual measurement information on the chart, simply mouse over the chart. You will see a little window showing date, time and a measurement number.
Here you can also check the measurement interval – just take a look at the time of the following measurements.
At the top you will be able to filter the date and time period of your graph.
For a quick filtering, first click the drop-down menu located at the top left. You can show today’s graph by selecting “Today”, graph from the last 7 days by selecting “Last 7d” and so on.
You can also move quickly between days, weeks and months by clicking the “<” and “>” arrow buttons. For example, if you have selected a monthly graph, “<” and “>” buttons will move the period in a monthly manner. If you have selected a weekly graph, the arrows will move the period in a weekly manner and so on.
You can also select a specific date and time for you range. Just click the “calendar” icon and a new window should pop up. Now select your date, time and click the “OK” button. You can also type the date and time directly inside the field. You can select a specific date and time for “from” and “to” ranges.
In order to zoom in the graph, just drag anywhere on the graph using your left mouse button. You will see a rectangle being created which will be your cropping space. Let go of the left mouse button in order to zoom in.
In order to reset the graph size to its original size, just click the “Reset zoom” button that is positioned at the top right.
In order to download a report, click on the “graph” icon. A new page should appear in your web browser.
On this new page, you will be able to see the graph and a “Download” button at the top right. Click the button and you will be able to see a popup with options what type of report would you like to export. Select the appropriate option and click the “Download” button. The downloading should happen in a moment.
There are 3 ways to export your report:
- PDF – contains summary information, 4 main temperature breaches and a graph.
Extended PDF – contains what is inside the above PDF, plus the measurements history. Also the graph is on the full page.
XLSX – contains all the details included in the extended PDF, with more information in the measurements history, but without the graph. XLSX is a file format that can be opened in Microsoft Excel.
The report will be generated based on the selected date and time period.