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The Network Health Viewlet is an automatically configured chart that presents the user with a graphical representation of their network's hierarchy. It is useful for immediate recognition of components and device health within the Niagara network. The ...
The Circular Gauge Viewlet is an analog display which can monitor real-time values of a unit such as temperature, power, pressure, etc. The large "speedometer" style display can provide the user with an instant status indication of important variables....
The Column Chart Viewlet can be used to plot the aggregate or relative value for multiple variables over time. For each rollup interval over the selected time period, the Column Chart can plot the max, min, average, or sum of the variable. The Column C...
The Demand Duration Viewlet displays the amount of time a given variable has exceeded a specific value. This viewlet can be useful for determining the time a variable exceeds a given value. The user will often look to eliminate peak values on the left ...
The Drilldown Column Chart Viewlet has the same functionality as the normal Column Chart Viewlet, with the benefit of being multi-tiered. By double-clicking on specific columns, the user can "drill down" to levels contained within the one above it. The...
The Drilldown Pie Chart Viewlet has the same functionality as the normal Pie Chart Viewlet, with the benefit of being multi-tiered. By double-clicking on specific sections of the chart, the user can "drill down" to levels contained within the higher gr...
The History Line Chart Viewlet is used to plot values for multiple similar variables over time. For each interval over the selected time period, the Viewlet can plot the max, min, average, or sum of the variable. One of the most informative history vie...
The Pie Chart Viewlet presents a typical pie chart that the user can set up with a variety of comparable values. This is a type of presentation graphic in which percentage values are represented as proportionally-sized slices of a pie. The Pie Chart is...
The Point Table Viewlet allows the user to view a list points on the network in real-time. Point values that are in alarm are highlighted in red. The Point Table can be configured to show a large list of real-time values. Locations and units are select...
"PX Pages" refer to the default and customized pages provided with the Niagara Framework. There are standard PX pages, such as alarm consoles, weather, etc., and there are typically a large number of custom pages provided by the installer or systems in...
The Ranking Chart Viewlet allows the user to make instant side-by-side comparisons amongst locations. The Ranking Chart enables the user to display values for similar variables ranked in either increasing or decreasing order. If appropriate, values may...
The Resource Consumption Viewlet can be used to display the monthly or daily consumption of a utility resource (e.g. Electric, Water, Gas, etc.). Double-clicking on a month's display drills down to a daily breakdown of energy usage during that time. Si...
The Scatter Plot Viewlet charts selected trends within four color-coded quadrants, giving the user a comparative overview of locations based upon their energy usage per square foot. A good indication of relative facility efficiency, the automatically n...
The Utility Accounting Viewlet allows the user to import their utility bills and display monthly electricity, gas, and water usage statistics. The numbers are shown in a chart which gives total resource consumption numbers for each utility, the cost pe...
The Virtual Electric Meter Viewlet presents the user with a meter-style display of kWh, kW, power factor, and kVAR. Once configured, the meter gives the user an instant, real-time display of critical metrics. This viewlet can save the user from having ...