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user:reports:tables:digital [25/06/2018 09:29]
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user:reports:tables:digital [08/10/2018 09:09] (current)
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 Usually, digital sensors have two states: on/off, activated/​deactivated,​ etc. For example, it can be an ignition or cargo load sensor. All sensors are configured in [[cms/​units/​sensors/​sensors|Unit Properties –> Sensors]]. ​ Usually, digital sensors have two states: on/off, activated/​deactivated,​ etc. For example, it can be an ignition or cargo load sensor. All sensors are configured in [[cms/​units/​sensors/​sensors|Unit Properties –> Sensors]]. ​
  
-In the report template you can select up to four sensors using masks. ​Enter the full name of the sensor or part of it using wildcard symbols — an asterisk ***** (replaces several characters) or question mark **?** (replaces one symbol). The sensor name cannot contain commas. Check the //All sensors// checkbox to automatically select all existing digital sensors. If no sensors are selected or sensors are indicated incorrectly,​ the table cannot be formed. ​+Enter the full name of the sensor or part of it using wildcard symbols — an asterisk ***** (replaces several characters) or question mark **?** (replaces one symbol). The sensor name cannot contain commas. Check the //All sensors// checkbox to automatically select all existing digital sensors. If no sensors are selected or sensors are indicated incorrectly,​ the table cannot be formed. ​
  
 The table can contain the following columns: ​ The table can contain the following columns: ​
  
   * **Sensor** — the name of the controlled sensor.   * **Sensor** — the name of the controlled sensor.
-  * **Activated** — the time taken from the first message that contains information about the activation of the sensor. ​  +  * **Activated** — the time from the first message that contains information about the activation of the sensor. ​  
-  * **Deactivated** — time when the sensor was deactivated. ​+  * **Deactivated** — the time when the sensor was deactivated. ​
   * **Duration** — the interval when the sensor was on.   * **Duration** — the interval when the sensor was on.
   * **Total time** — the time from the beginning of the first activation to the end of the last one.    * **Total time** — the time from the beginning of the first activation to the end of the last one. 
-  * **Location** — the location of th eunit at the moment of activation.+  * **Location** — the location of the unit at the moment of activation.
   * **Mileage** — the distance traveled while the sensor was on.   * **Mileage** — the distance traveled while the sensor was on.
   * **Mileage (adjusted)** — mileage subject to the coefficient set in the unit properties (the //​Advanced//​ tab).    * **Mileage (adjusted)** — mileage subject to the coefficient set in the unit properties (the //​Advanced//​ tab). 
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   * **Trailer** — the name of the trailer (if it was bound).   * **Trailer** — the name of the trailer (if it was bound).
   * **Penalties** — penalties calculated for the adjusted [[cms/​units/​eco|Eco Driving]] criteria.   * **Penalties** — penalties calculated for the adjusted [[cms/​units/​eco|Eco Driving]] criteria.
-  * **Rank** — penalty points, converted to 6-point rating system. ​+  * **Rank** — penalty points, converted to the 6-point rating system. ​
   * **Notes** — an empty column for your custom comments.   * **Notes** — an empty column for your custom comments.
   * **Custom sensor initial value** — the custom sensor value at the moment of activation of the digital sensor.   * **Custom sensor initial value** — the custom sensor value at the moment of activation of the digital sensor.
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