ScreenshotsThe following is an outline of Temperature@lert's online Dashboard system:
1) This is the location of your device (based upon the address that you enter). You may choose to zoom in or out using the control on the far left of the map.
2) The speech bubble has important information regarding your device. You can see the device name, the last temperature reading, when the last reading was taken, and links to view/change your device settings.
3) The navigation is extremely simple to use for dashboard. There are 4 tabs: Devices, Users, Reports, and My Account.
4) You may logout of your session at any time.
5) You may set your default map view based on the portion of the world you are viewing and the zoom level you set.
Shown below is the Devices tab:
1) These are the headers for each section in the table found in the Device List tab. The pertinent ones are Status, Last reading, and the interval between temperature readings.
2) These are the status messages per device. The values are either Normal or Alarm!
3) These are the controls that allow you to delete the device from your account, view the settings for that device, or change that device's settings.
Viewing the status of one your Temperature@lert devices brings you to the page below:
1) The device status displays all of the pertinent information for that specific device.
2) Lists the last 10 temperature readings recorded by your device.
3) A graph that shows your recorded temperature readings over time.
4) You may change the time interval that the chart displays.
5) This is a link that will take you to the export data page (discussed below).
Viewing the Sensor Alerts of one your Temperature@lert device's sensors brings you to the page below:
1) Allows you to return to view the device and choose other sensors.
2) This is the status message for this sensor's alerts. The values are either Normal or Alarm!
3) These are the action types for your sensor's alerts. You are able to edit or delete them.
4) Click this to add a new alert for this sensor.
Below is the Add a New Alert page:
1) Name your alert and select your alert frequency, continuous alerts are available at an additional cost.
2) Set your alert's conditions, whether it's temperature, humidity, or another parameter and which threshold signifies a breach.
3) Choose your notification type and select "send on clear also" to be alerted when parameter has returned to normal status.
4) Make sure to save your alert!
When you choose to export data for a sensor, you will see this page below:
1) The start and end date range will export all of the recorded data for the selected sensor starting from the start date and ending in the end date.
2) You can export your data into Microsoft Excel format.
Shown below is the Users tab:
1) This bar shows names, usernames, emails, and roles of users you have set.
2) The role of the user is chosen by you. Each role has different permissions. You are able to edit and delete users as you'd like.
3) Add new user buttons allows you to add multiple users.
Shown below is the Reports tab:
1) Pick type of report being sent as well as how often to send the report.
2) Each report can have different recipients, just set their email and type of report.
3) Add new user subscription allows you to add other users who need reports for your device.
Shown below is the My Account tab:
1) Select your default view of either the map or list for when you login.
2) This profile section is information pertaining to your account.
3) Password is changeable online if you would like to set it to a different one.
4) Pause your account when you do not need it. Login when you're ready to reactivate to just unpause your account.