Sensors

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Introduction
Overview
Context-Menu
Search
Options
Customization

 

 

Introduction

The Sensors view shows all sensors that are available for the currently selected device or even currently selected devices.

 

 

Overview

By default, the following information is provided since the following columns are enabled in the list:

Sensor

Represents the sensor numbering and is especially useful for referencing sensors in the list.  [As defined by the RDM standard, these start with the index 0.]
When having selected multiple devices, you may see that sensors have the same index number. This is implemented intentionally in this way to be able to compare [the same] sensors of different devices.

Status

Shows a helpful graphical representation of the sensor value. This includes:
- Current value [black line]
- Sensor minimum and maximum [red]
- Sensor tolerated values [orange]
- Sensor optimal values [green].

Description

Shows the name of the sensor [as reported by the device].

Type

Shows the type of the sensor [as reported by the device].

Total MIN

Shows the absolute minimum value the sensor can read and report [as defined by the sensor/manufacturer].

Normal MIN

Shows the minimum sensor value, which is the lowest acceptable value for the device for normal operation.

Detected MIN

Shows the lowest sensor value that has been reported by the device. Please note that it depends on how the manufacturer has implemented this feature. The manufacturer decides what is being read and what is being reported and when. [The device needs to support the Recorded Value functionality as indicated by Recording Support.]

Present Value

Shows the current value of the sensor.

Detected MAX

Shows the highest sensor value that has been reported by the device. Please note that it depends on how the manufacturer has implemented this feature. The manufacturer decides what is being read and what is being reported and when. [The device needs to support the Recorded Value functionality as indicated by Recording Support.]

Normal MAX

Shows the maximum sensor value, which is the highest acceptable value for the device for normal operation.

Total MAX

Shows the absolute maximum value the sensor can read and report [as defined by the sensor/manufacturer].

Recorded Value

Shows the currently recorded value [as reported by the device].

Recording Support

Shows if the device supports this functionality. Devices can either support recording the current sensor value, detect and store minimum and maximum values, both recording and detecting, or none.

 

 

Context-Menu

Right Mouse Click - Perform a click with your right mouse button on an entry.

 

Request Sensor Value (Get:SensorValue)

Requests up-to-date status information for the selected sensor.

Record Sensor Value (Set:RecordSensors)

Sends the RDM request Set:RecordSensors to the device in order to store the value in the device and request it via Get:SensorValue. This parameter can only be set. Its status cannot be received and thus it cannot be shown in the overview. This will record the current sensor value in the fixture itself.

Clear Sensor Value (Set:SensorValue)

Sends the RDM request Set:SensorValue to the device. This resets the sensor. This parameter can only be set. Its status cannot be received and thus it cannot be shown in the overview.

Copy To Clipboard

Copies the currently selected cell [that is, single information] into the clipboard/temporary memory. [Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl + C]

Copy Line To Clipboard

Copies the currently selected line or lines [that is, all parameter information] into the clipboard/temporary memory. [Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl + Shift + C]

Save Snapshot As...

Saves the entire, currently shown list/view/table as a preformatted text file.

 

 

Search

Search - Enter any text in order to search all parameters in the list.
- Any device/line that includes the search term will be shown. All others are temporarily filtered out.
- Terms can be case-insensitive. You don't have to use capital letters.
- Feel free to use terms that are incomplete. For example, mad will include results for MADRIX.
- You may specify certain columns by using a colon [:].
- For example: Sen:Temp shows all lines where a temperature sensor is connected by referencing the column Sensor, for example.

 

 

Options

You can set up specific settings for Sensors in the Options.
Learn more »Timing

 

 

Customization

MADRIX RADAR allows you to choose which columns are presented in this view. You can decide which columns are hidden or shown.

Right Mouse Click - Perform a click with your right mouse button anywhere on the header of the list.

 

Shown - A checkmark means that columns are shown.

Hidden - No checkmark means that columns are hidden.

Sensor

Shows or hides the Sensor column.

Status

Shows or hides the Status column.

Description

Shows or hides the Description column.

Type

Shows or hides the Type column.

Total MIN

Shows or hides the Total MIN column.

Normal MIN

Shows or hides the Normal MIN column.

Detected MIN

Shows or hides the Detected MIN column.

Present Value

Shows or hides the Present Value column.

Detected MAX

Shows or hides the Detected MAX column.

Normal MAX

Shows or hides the Normal MAX column.

Total MAX

Shows or hides the Total MAX column.

Recorded Value

Shows or hides the Recorded Value column.

Recording Support

Shows or hides the Recording Support column.

 

MADRIX RADAR 1.0.
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