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This component allows counting how many times a Switch component is activated and also for how much time is left activated. The counter is used to carry out assessments of preventive replacements or consumption.
Common use cases:
- the user wants to know how many times a specific component has been activated;
- the user wants to know how long a component has been On, such as a light or an engine.
This component’s sample is made by using Graphic UI gateway.
Please refer to “Gateways / Protocols” chapter in order to get further info.
Component to count: the component (Switch) you want to take
Operating time(seconds): the component (Info) you want to show the counter/timer result in seconds;
Operating time(custom): the component (Info) you want to show the timer result;
Custom text format: the editable text format for the counter/timer info (Days, Hours, Minutes, Seconds);
Operating time reset: the component (Pulse) you want for a reset command;
Note: text field available for additional information on the component from the admin side.
- Download and Install EVE Logic plugin to enable plugins (link);
- After loading .eve project to the server, run EVE Remote app, log in and then wait a couple of minutes for logics activation.
MAP VIEW MODE
–> Remote Scenario icon Long press on Remote Scenario icon to START recording a scenario.
As long as the recording mode is On:
–> Remote Scenario icon turns RED;
–> REC alert is displayed in EVE logo area.
Choose the actions you want the scenario to play (turn On/Off lights, open/close curtains, etc.)
Long press on Remote Scenario RED icon to STOP recording a scenario.
From now on when you will tap on the this Remote Scenario icon, the recorded actions will be played.
HOW TO CHANGE SCENARIO?
In order to change the scenario, press the Remote Scenario icon and reset any action to play to the state 0.
Stop recording the reset scenario then record again the new scenario.
Power On TV: this is the component (Switch) that we will take into account;
Counter TV: the component (Info) which displays how many time you turned On the TV;
Counter reset: the component (Pulse) which allows you to reset the Counter TV info;
Timer TV: the component (Info) which displays how long the TV has been On;
Total seconds: the component (Info) which displays how long the TV has been On (seconds);
Timer reset: the component (Pulse) which allows you to reset the Timer TV info;
Text format: the editable text format for the counter/timer info (Days, Hours, Minutes, Seconds).