Adding Monitored Assets
Monitored Assets are commonly created when adding sensors to your account, either during the device preconfiguration or using the OWDC app onsite. There are also other situations when you may need to create a new Monitored Asset or move a sensor from one Monitored Asset to another.
Monitored Asset profile
Each Monitored Asset has a unique profile. From its profile you can manage its name, assigned Business Unit and Location (optional setting), and view its assigned sensors.
From its profile, you can also view its current state, reading history, event history (state and alert history), and assigned sensor(s). A Monitored Asset is assigned to a sensor from the profile of a sensor.
Monitored Asset is assigned to a sensor
A Monitored Asset is assigned to a sensor and the sensor's reading and operating condition data is linked to the Monitored Asset. A Primex sensor is commonly either affixed to the equipment being monitored or located within the proximity of the condition being monitored.
This structure allows a sensor to be moved from one asset to another and all reading data is permanently linked to the Monitored Asset during the time period the sensor was assigned to the Monitored Asset. Therefore, all reading data of a Monitored Asset is unique to the asset, regardless of the current sensor or previous sensors assigned to the asset
Monitored Asset (sensor) settings
A Monitored Asset's primary settings are configured from its assigned sensor. An asset can have more than one assigned sensor.
Settings configured from a Monitored Asset's assigned sensor include its Normal Condition (range), Check-in and Logging Interval, Audio Alert, Network, and Alarm Delay. See topic About managing sensors.
Manually change state the state of a Monitored Asset
A user assigned to an Admin role can change the state of a Monitored Asset. Although OneVue manages the state, a circumstance may arise that requires a user to manually change the state of an asset. Conditions that may warrant the use of this function include temporarily suspending the monitoring of an asset during maintenance, permanently disabling the asset from your OneVue account, or during testing.