Graph Builder Plugin is the right tool for who always need a review of the system. Graph Builder is a workmate which help you to build detailed graphs about any device of your home system. Do you need to check data? Graph Builder can easily build a graph for you in less than a second. Graph Builder will also show you how many hours the specific device has been on. You can also export data thanks to .CSV export file function.
How to install plugin modules
The following video shows you how to download EVE Logic tool on your PC and then how to install EVE plugin modules. All these steps have to be done using EVE Manager software which connect to EVE Server for installation. You can also check the plugin modules installation page.
How to configure the plugin
This video shows you how to configure the specific plugin module. Get to the configuration page entering http://your_IPaddress/logic/plugins/graph-builder as URL on your browser. Otherwise use the plugin configuration area on EVE Manager software tool.
Step by step support
1. Enable/Disable plugin
To enable/disable the plugin to use click the ON/OFF button on the right corner on top of the web page screen.
Do not forget to turn the plugin ON in order to make it work and so record your system data.
2. Component’s choice
Once you have chosen the component from drop down menù, you need to set the range of time of your graph. As soon as you set the calendar, the chart will be automatically loaded below.
Name of the component and chart’s building time will be displayed above the graphic. If you move the mouse on the graphic, a grey sliding line will appear showing further information.
Change the range of time from your calendar in order to make the plugin build a different chart. As soon as you set the new calendar, the chart will be automatically loaded below.
3. Zoom in
You can also choose to zoom a specific range of time of the graphic. To do this you just need to choose the area of zoom clicking on the graphic with the left button of the mouse and leaving the button when necessary. The selected area will automatically be zoomed in front of you.
4. Zoom out
To go back from the zoom to the full range of time data of the component you just need to click on “Zoom: All”.
Likewise, you can use the sliding bar on the bottom of the graphic. Make the sliding bar wider to make a lower zoom.
5. Other features
When you choose a switch component the plugin shows you further information at the bottom of the graph.
“On count on selected interval”: number of times in which the component has been turned ON in the selected range of time.
“On timer on selected interval”: total amount of time in which the component has been kept ON in the selected range of time.