The Graphs feature within the sensors page is your go-to location to review your temperature history. Within this page, there are many options available for filtering so you can get quick access to needed information. This article will focus on the options available in the Graphs filter.
Login to the Jolt Web Portal, go to Sensors then Graphs.
This will display a graphical view of each sensor connected to a location. Adjust the view by selecting the filter.
The panel displays all of the options available. Please refer below for the explanation of each.
There are two option within Graph View, NORMAL and LOCATION. Normal view will give you a graph specifically for each sensor that is set up. Location will display a combined graph with each sensor contained on the graph.
Inactive Sensors Filter
Choose between showing active, inactive, or both types of sensors.
From this dropdown, you can select the rate at which you want the graph to be displaying readings. The minimum time the graph can display the readings is 10 minutes, the maximum is one reading a day.
Choose what you want the graph to display for the readings. You can have show the maximum reading, minimum reading, an average of all the reading that for the time period, or all three options at the same time.
Choose what type of reading you want to view on the graphs. Choose between temperature, humidity (If using a sensor with humidity function), or the battery reading.
From this dropdown, choose if you want the graph to display any scenarios that are associated with the sensors that are shown. Selecting SHOW will display a horizontal line across the graph displaying the condition, as in this example below.
Here you can specify which sensors you want to view on the graphs page.
Here you can specify what date range you want the graph(s) to cover. There are many preset options, including a custom range. Keep in mind that the maximum amount of days that can be shown at a time is 90.
Connect Data Points
Here you can choose whether or not you want the gaps from when no sensor readings were being sent to be shown or hidden. An example of what these gaps would look like is shown below.