OneVue Sync PoE Reports essentially provide an email alerting notification. The system only generates a report when devices are in a Warning state. So you know when a device may need attention. It's recommended to configure reports to send an email notification message to specific users when a new report is generated (Send to setting). Reports can also be configured to be generated daily, weekly, or monthly.
Listed below are report details for the OneVue Sync PoE solution.
Includes any Analog or Digital Clock, Timer, and InfoBoard/MiniBoard that is currently in a Warning state or indicates if there are no devices in a Warning state.
The data specific to the device details can be either included or excluded from the Report Profile's fields to include selections.
Report header: Includes the Report Profile's name, Run Date that indicates the date the report was generated, Signature that provides the name of the user that manually generated the report (Run Now performed), and Account Name.
Clock/InfoBoard Name: Name of the device. By default, set to its 12-character Device ID.
Type: Identifies the type of device.
Business Unit: Displays the Business Unit assigned to the device.
Location: Displays the Location assigned to the device.
State: The state of the device at the time the reported was generated.
Status: The status of the device at the time the report was generated. The status identifies the condition that resulted in the device entering a warning state.
Gateway ID (Bluetooth Clock/Timer): Unique 12-character ID (MAC address) of the bridge that last reported the device's status.
Gateway ID (72MHz/PoE InfoBoard/MiniBoard): Unique 12-character ID (MAC address) of the device.
BTID (Bluetooth Clock/Timer): Each device is identified by a unique Device ID, allowing it to receive its unique settings managed in OneVue, and also authenticate and connect to the mesh network.
Last Clock-Info Board History Reason: If a state change was made by a user, provides the reason entered by the user.
Days in Warning: Number of days the device has been in a Warning state.
The Digital Event report includes all digital events reported by PoE Code Blue and Elapsed Timers. A timer transmits its digital events to your OneVue account during each check-in.
The report details include:
Clock Name: Name of the device. Commonly set to its install location.
Business Unit: The business unit assigned to the device.
Location: The location assigned to the device (optional setting).
Event Type: Type of event that took place. Events include Count Up, Count Down, Code Blue.
Event Action: The action that took place, which is invoked by the timer control switch. Actions included Display, Start, Stop, and Reset.
Comments: Comment added by a user.
Time of Event: When the event took took place.
Timer Value: Value of the timer at the time of the event.