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user:reports:tables:eh [14/05/2018 06:33]
tagr [Engine Hours]
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 There are two properties which can be used in engine hours report. They are [[cms/​units/​sensors/​props#​additional_properties|timeout]] (indicated for a sensor) and [[cms/​units/​adv#​parameters_used_in_reports|maximum interval between messages]] (set for a unit). Both properties are used to cut off invalid intervals when the amount of engine hours is defined. If values for both timeout and maximum interval between messages are indicated, the system will use the property with the minimum value indicated. There are two properties which can be used in engine hours report. They are [[cms/​units/​sensors/​props#​additional_properties|timeout]] (indicated for a sensor) and [[cms/​units/​adv#​parameters_used_in_reports|maximum interval between messages]] (set for a unit). Both properties are used to cut off invalid intervals when the amount of engine hours is defined. If values for both timeout and maximum interval between messages are indicated, the system will use the property with the minimum value indicated.
  
-Additionally,​ you can specify the daily engine hours. For this, enter the name mask of the engine hours sensor in a special filter in the reports ​template. It allows to create a separate table for each engine if there are several. ​+Additionally,​ you can specify the daily engine hours. For this, enter the name mask of the engine hours sensor in a special filter in the report'​s ​template. It allows to create a separate table for each engine if there are several. ​
  
 The table can contain the following columns: The table can contain the following columns:
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   * **Engine hours** — the value of engine hours on the interval. For an accurate engine hours calculation,​ the equipment should send a valid parameter value of the engine sensor. In case of receiving an invalid value, it is necessary to [[:​cms/​units/​sensors/​validation|replace the sensor with validator]] using the correct value (for example, 0).   * **Engine hours** — the value of engine hours on the interval. For an accurate engine hours calculation,​ the equipment should send a valid parameter value of the engine sensor. In case of receiving an invalid value, it is necessary to [[:​cms/​units/​sensors/​validation|replace the sensor with validator]] using the correct value (for example, 0).
   * **Initial engine hours** — the value of engine hours at the beginning of the interval.   * **Initial engine hours** — the value of engine hours at the beginning of the interval.
-  * **Final engine hours** — value of engine hours at the end of the interval.+  * **Final engine hours** — the value of engine hours at the end of the interval.
   * **Total time** — duration of the interval. If grouping by days is enabled, it shows the time from the beginning of the first engine hours interval to the end of the last interval. ​   * **Total time** — duration of the interval. If grouping by days is enabled, it shows the time from the beginning of the first engine hours interval to the end of the last interval. ​
   * **Off-time** — the period of time passed from the end of the previous interval to the beginning of the current one (determined starting from the second interval). ​   * **Off-time** — the period of time passed from the end of the previous interval to the beginning of the current one (determined starting from the second interval). ​
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   * **Driver** — the name of the driver (if identified).   * **Driver** — the name of the driver (if identified).
   * **Trailer** — the name of the trailer (if it was bound).   * **Trailer** — the name of the trailer (if it was bound).
-  * **Movement productivity** — percentage ratio of engine hours in movement to the duration of engine hours. ​+  * **Movement productivity** — percentage ratio of engine hours in the movement to the duration of engine hours. ​
   * **Engine efficiency duration** — the duration of the operation of attached equipment (if there is the engine efficiency sensor).   * **Engine efficiency duration** — the duration of the operation of attached equipment (if there is the engine efficiency sensor).
   * **Engine efficiency idling** — the engine operation time after deduction of efficiency time (total engine hours subtract engine efficiency duration). ​   * **Engine efficiency idling** — the engine operation time after deduction of efficiency time (total engine hours subtract engine efficiency duration). ​
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