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Contents
Digital Sensors
  • tables
  • sensors

Usually, digital sensors have two states: on/off, activated/deactivated, and so on. For example, it can be an ignition or cargo load sensor. All sensors are configured in the unit properties.

To receive the information about a specific sensor, specify its name or part of the name using wildcard symbols — an asterisk * (replaces several characters) or question mark ? (replaces one symbol). The sensor name cannot contain commas. If the sensor mask is not specified, the information in the table is displayed for all sensors of the unit.

The table can contain the following columns.

ColumnDescription
SensorThe name of the controlled sensor.
ActivatedThe time from the first message that contains information about the activation of the sensor.
DeactivatedThe time when the sensor was deactivated.
DurationThe interval when the sensor was on.
Total timeThe time from the beginning of the first activation to the end of the last one.
LocationThe location of the unit at the moment the sensor was activated.
Final locationThe location of the unit at the moment the sensor was deactivated.
MileageThe distance travelled while the sensor was on.
Mileage (adjusted)Mileage subject to the coefficient set in the unit properties (the Advanced tab).
Initial mileageThe mileage sensor value at the time the digital sensor is turned on. If the mileage parameter was not saved at the reporting interval, the mileage is counted from zero.
Final mileageThe mileage sensor value at the time the digital sensor is turned off.
Avg speedThe average speed of movement with the sensor on.
Max speedThe maximum speed with which the unit moved with the sensor turned on.
Activations countThe number of activations (can be helpful either in grouping table data by years/months/weeks/days/shifts or for the reports on unit groups).
DriverThe name of the driver (if assigned).
TrailerThe name of the trailer (if assigned).
PenaltiesThe penalties calculated for the adjusted Eco driving criteria.
RankThe penalty points converted to the 6-point rating system.
Avg value of custom sensorThe average value of a custom sensor from the moment of a digital sensor's activation to its deactivation.
Min value of custom sensorThe minimum value of a custom sensor from the moment of a digital sensor's activation to its deactivation.
Max value of custom sensorThe maximum value of a custom sensor from the moment of a digital sensor's activation to its deactivation.
Initial value of custom sensorThe custom sensor value at the moment of a digital sensor's activation.
Final value of custom sensorThe custom sensor value at the moment of a digital sensor's deactivation.
NotesAn empty column for your custom comments.
Video

Files saved during the interval between the activation and deactivation of a digital sensor. To watch them, click on the icon (the number of grouped files is indicated to the right of it, if several). If several grouped files are available, you can select the required one in the drop-down list in the upper-left corner.

The column is available if the Video monitoring service is activated in the account properties.

If there are several custom sensors, separate columns with average, minimum, maximum, initial and final values are displayed for each of them. The name of each custom sensor and units of measurement (if they were specified when creating the sensor) are indicated next to the name of each of these columns within the parentheses. In case there are no suitable sensors, the columns are not displayed.

Interval filtration can be applied to this table: by duration, mileage, engine hours sensor, engine hours, speed range, trips, stops, parkings, sensors masks, driver, trailer, fuel fillings, fuel thefts, and geofences/units.

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