EMS Outputs > Viewing Sensor Data > Graphical Data >> Line Graph
•Selecting Channels to Display
➢To Add a Comment to a Saved Note
•Current or Pulse Count Sensor Data
The majority of Sensors will display live data as Line Graphs, such as shown in Figure 1155 below:
|Note:||It is only possible to select specific Channels to display from EMS Version 1.0.9 onwards.|
Each Channel represented on the Line Graph is represented in the key on the bottom left of the Chart View window; by default, all of the selected Sensor's Channels are shown.
1.Tick/Untick the box adjacent to the relevant Channel to, respectively, display it in or remove it from the Graph. See Figure 1156 below:
2.Click on the displayed Save display preferences link. See Figure 1157 below:
•The Line Graph is displayed with the selected Channels added/removed.
|Note:||At least one Channel must be displayed on the Graph.|
Line Graphs can be annotated with notes as follows:
1.Hold the mouse pointer over the point on the graph's line plot that the note will apply to. See Figure 1158 below:
2.Double click the left-hand mouse button.
•The Add Note to Graph window is displayed into which you can type notes concerning the highlighted data point. See Figure 1159 below:
3.Click on Save Note.
•The note is saved and represented on the Line Graph by an icon. See Figure 1160 below:
•Further notes can be added to the graph by repeating steps 1 - 3 above.
|Note:||Saved Notes cannot be deleted or edited directly once saved, though comments can be added to them; see To Add a Comment to a Saved Note below.|
Click on the required Note Icon on the graph.
•The Graph Note window is displayed showing the saved Note. See Figure 1161 below:
To Add a Comment to a Saved Note
1.Display the Graph Note window as above.
2.Click on Add Comment.
•The Add Comment window is displayed. See Figure 1162 below:
3.Type in the required comment for the note.
4.Click on the Save Comment button.
•The Graph Note window is displayed again with the new comment added. See Figure 1163 below:
•Further comments can be added to the note by clicking on Add Comment again.
Current or Pulse Count Sensor Data
By default, a Current or Pulse Count Sensor's data is displayed as a Utilities Bar Chart in the Bar Chart [Sensor name].
•To view a Current or Pulse Count Sensor's data as a Line Graph, click on the Line Graph button on top menu bar of the Bar Chart [Sensor name] window. See Figure 1164 below:
•To return to the Utility Bar Chart view from the Line Chart view, click on the Bar Graph button on top menu bar of the Bar Chart [Sensor name] window. See Figure 1165 below: