After clicking on a device from the View Devices page, you will be taken to the Summary page, which is one of the device subpages.
The subpages are as follows:
- Manage Alerts
- Alerts & Notifications
You can navigate to each subpage from the top menu once you are within a device's subpages.
This page gives you an overview of the device's information including the connectivity status, recent notifications, last values for important data, and the location of the device.
Some sections can be refreshed by hovering over the section header and clicking on the refresh icon.
Some sections can load data in real-time by turning on the "Real-Time Mode" switch. Real-Time Mode automatically shuts off after 2 minutes to save resources.
This page allows you to review data graphically and in a table. For both the chart and table, you can select a date range and tags to review. The table can show up to 5 tags at one time and the chart can show 3 tags per axis.
Both views can be refreshed by hovering over the section header and clicking on the refresh icon.
They also can load data in real-time by turning on the "Real-Time Mode" switch. Real-Time Mode automatically shuts off after 2 minutes to save resources.
The History table is also able to be copied or exported into CSV, Excel, or PDF.
The Manage Alerts page allows you to view, edit, and test the alerts for the device. For more information on managing alerts, check out our Alert Management doc.
The Service Records page allows you to track any service records for the device. A service record can contain a description, comment, and attachments.
Alerts & Notifications
This page allows you to view all alerts sent out on behalf of a device. This page is also where alerts are acknowledged, if needed. For more information on alert acknowledgement, check out our Alert Management doc.
This page allows you to set some basic information about the device, such as the device name and location. This is also where the device's firmware is set.
If your device requires any configuration, this page can be customized to communicate with your device and track its configuration settings.
The Controls page enables you to see when the device last communicated with M1 via heartbeat or ping and is where commands are sent to the device.