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Getting Started

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Configuring Clever Logger

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Using Clever Logger

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Common Problems

Displaying Results

Clever Logger will automatically record the temperature. Now it’s time to see the results as a table or a graph. It’s quick and easy.

Viewing all locations

In the main menu, you can select either “Locations” or “Overview  to see a list of all the locations and their current temperature:

At the top of this page are display and filtering options. They include:

Offline: Show those loggers that are currently not communicating with the server.

In alarm: Show those loggers that are currently too hot or too cold.

Low power: Show those loggers that currently have a low battery and requires a battery change.

 

Search locations: This is a text field where you just need to enter part of the description to find a location. This is useful for when you have many locations that can’t all be displayed on one screen.

 

Sort: You can sort the list alphabetically or in the order that they were last updated.

 

Viewing all a specific location

When you click on a location, you will then see the location specific information:

Along the top of the page you can see the information about the current readings. 

Occasionally the last log date will be much older than the last seen time. This is because the gateway is able to hear the logger (i.e. the logger will send it’s current temperature and the gateway can hear it), but the gateway couldn’t connect to the logger to download the log. This happens when the logger is just on the edge of the range of the system. 

Using the graph

Zooming in on a specific range

You can easily zoom in on specific results by dragging the mouse across the section you want to zoom in on:

 

You can then zoom back out again by pressing the “Reset Zoom” button that appears at the top right corner of the graph.

 

Changing the date range

To change the date range that is displayed, you can also press the “Options” button to see the following screen:

 

The Date Range allows you to specify either a fixed range (e.g. today, yesterday, last 7 days, last 30 days), or a custom range. The custom range is shown above.

 

Seeing the results as a list / table

The “List” button at the top right corner will replace the graph with a table view of the data 

 

The Date Range allows you to specify either a fixed range (e.g. today, yesterday, last 7 days, last 30 days), or a custom range. The custom range is shown above.

 

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