The box that summarises the information on each device is referred to as the "Widget".
The device sends the stored data to Akonet.cloud, as well as the alarms and alerts detected according to the configured transmission interval. When received, the widget for the corresponding device flashes for 1 minute indicating correct reception. During this time, the data shown correspond to the real-time measurement. After 1 minute, the operation averages are displayed again.
The striped area shows the full measurement range of the device, while the solid area indicates the range of actual work (maximum and minimum value reached) during the selected time period.
If there is an alarm, the outline flashes red; if the alarm has been confirmed (mute) the outline is turned off.
TTI (Time Temperature Index): Displays the percentage of time that the inside temperature or outside temperature were within the planned operating range (Set Point ± Hysteresis).
THI (Time Humidity Index): Displays the percentage of time that the relative humidity has been within the planned operating range (Set Point ± Hysteresis).
HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points): Indicates whether there has been any HACCP alarm in the ambient or external probe and displays its temperature value.
To show its value, move the mouse over the line of the SP.
By moving the mouse over the solid area, the maximum and minimum value of the selected time period is displayed.
Only for AKODATA V2 version
Shows the detail of each device as well as a summary of the data captured and allows adjusting the operating parameters.
Hide / Show Details
Shows / hides the device details
1.- Opens the synchronisation menu.
2.- Signal strength.
3.- Indicates battery status:
B: Replace as soon as posible
Hovering the mouse over it shows the battery voltage.
4.- Indicates whether there are any active alarms, If blanck, there are no alarms. When clicking acces is gained to the alarm details.
5.- By passing the mouse over the indicator, it displays the date and time of the last synchronization and signal strength. The colour indicates the quality of the signal:
6.- Displays the real-time data received in the last communication.
7.- Exports saved data within the selected time frame (8).
8.- Changes the selected time period, affects the summary of highs, lows and averages (9) and the exported data (7).
9.- Displays a summary of the maximum, minimum and average recorded data (8).
10.- Generate a QR code to link directly to the device.
11.- Acces to device data edit.
12.- Shows the device details, an image (customizable) and its location on the map.
13.- Image can be customised.
Allows graphically changing the most typical values without having to access alarm parameters and set points for each of the inputs.
Allows selecting the period displayed on the different graphs and also affects the calculation of the averages indicated in the widget shown on the left.
Displays graphs of the data captured by the device. There are 6 graph types for each of the probes, 3 general graphs and several graphs depending on the chosen application:
Activity: Shows the maximum, minimum and average values captured per day.
Continuous: Displays the values captured continuously.
Time in Set Point: Displays the time percentages it has remained within the value of the Set Point; below and above it.
HACCP: Displays a summary of the maximum values obtained for each hour and the configured HACCP alarm value.
TTI Histogram: Breakdown of the different values obtained in percentage of time and their situation with regard to the Set Point.
Alarms: Displays a summary with the different alarms recorded and the maximum time that it has remained with an active alarm for each day. The column in dashed lines indicates the total time the alarm has been active, whereas column with no outline indicates the number of times that the alarm has been activated.
In this example, there have only been maximum relative humidity alarms.
Max. / Min. Alarms: Displays a summary with the maximum / minimum alarms recorded. The column in dashed lines indicates the total time the alarm has been active, whereas column with no outline indicates the number of times that the alarm has been activated.
In this example, there have only been maximum relative humidity alarms.
Signal strength: Displays a graph with the device signal strength during the selected period (Only devices with NBIoT connectivity).
Graphs according to activity
Displays graphs of the data captured by the device. There are 6 graph types for each of the probes, 3 general graphs and several graphs depending on the chosen application. (+ info)
Food drying: Displays drying acceleration (DA) indicators and drying index (DI) of each selected food. The foods are defined using the “Config. alimentación” (food config.) parameter tab.
These indicators display the preservation quality of the foods depending on their temperature and moisture conditions.
Under ideal temperature and moisture conditions, the acceleration in drying (loss of water from the product) should be 1 (each day elapsed is equivalent to 1 day of drying) and the preservation quality index should be 100%. If the temperature and moisture conditions deviate from their optimal values, the drying acceleration increases and therefore the preservation quality index decreases. The ideal preservation conditions depend on each type of food.
A value of 2.0x in the acceleration indicates that each day passed causes the food to dry for the equivalent of 2 days under optimal conditions (according to reference tables for each food product). This value gives an idea of the amount of water (and consequently, loss) that can be achieved by improving the temperature and moisture conditions for a specific food product.
Food shelf life: Displays the shelf life acceleration (SLA) and shelf life index (SLI) indicators for each selected food. The foods are defined using the “Config. alimentación” (food config.) parameter tab.
These indicators display the preservation quality of the foods depending on the temperature of the cold room and its set point. The further its temperature is from the defined set point, the worse these indicators will be.
Under ideal conditions, the reduction in shelf life should be 1 (each elapsed day is equivalent to 1 day of ageing) and the shelf life index should be 100%. If the temperature moves away from the defined set point, the reduction in shelf life increases and therefore the shelf life index decreases.
A value of 2.0x in the reduction of shelf life indicates that each day that passes causes food to age for the equivalent of 2 days under the desired conditions (according to set point or temperature desired by the user). This measurement gives an idea of the effect on product ageing caused by thermal deviations of the refrigerated space (door openings, defrosts, etc.)
In addition to the graphs, the drying acceleration (DA) and shelf life acceleration (SLA) values can be displayed using the widget by clicking on the feed icon.
Pharmacy daily activity: Displays the minimum, maximum and average temperature values per day in a selected period and compares them with the average kinetic temperature (MKT).
Pharmacy hourly activity: Displays the minimum, maximum and average temperature values per day in a selected period and compares them with the kinetic temperature (MKT).