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Software & Driver

 

View Data

LJLogM features 3 different data views: graph view, horizontal view, and vertical view. Each view has the ability to display a single data group worth of data at a time.  

Select Group: Choose one of the 10 available data groups to display on the selected view.

Graph View

Number of displayed tags: The graph view page can display up to 20 tags at a time and several features are available. 

Tag Names: The names of all of the displayed tags by editing the "Tag Name" value under: "Configure -> 3. Define Tags & Groups -> Tag Name".

Graph History: Define how many historical data points to store in memory and display on the graph.

Graph Scaling: Enable/Disable graph Auto-Scaling features by right-clicking on the graph axis or select between one of the pre-defined modes.

Zoom Tools: After pausing the graph, zoom in, zoom out, or selectively highlight and view data by using the zoom tools.  It is also possible to disable the "AutoScale X" or "AutoScale Y" modes and have the graph update while zoomed in.

Hand Move: After pausing the screen and zooming into a section of data, use the hand tool or the scroll bar to view data around the zoomed in area.

Take Screen Shots: If using the windows print screen or snipping tools aren't easily accessible, there is a button that saves a .jpg image of the data currently visible on the graph.

Horizontal Bar View

The horizontal bar view can display up to 20 tags at a time.  The range of the horizontal bars can be adjusted by editing the tag's expected data range values: "Configure -> 3. Define Tags & Groups -> Expected Data Ranges".

Vertical Bar View

The vertical bar view can display up to 10 tags at a time.  The range of each of the vertical bars can be adjusted by editing the tag's expected data range values: "Configure -> 3. Define Tags & Groups -> Expected Data Ranges".

Bar View Alarm Indication

The colors of both the horizontal and vertical bars are capable of indicating when alarm conditions occur.  Alarms can be edited in the in the "Configure -> 3. Define Tags & Groups -> Alarms" section and look like the following:

No Alarm Configured:

Value within the acceptable range:

Value below the acceptable range:

Value above the acceptable range: