The components

Synergy has 5 main components.

Pages

Monitoring pages contain the dynamic objects of synergy(indicators, counters, control buttons, etc.) and customisable static images, to create overviews of the plant, synoptic/topographic panels and direct inputs for the equipment used. All energy measurements and control are thus directly at your fingertips.

Data Log

synergylets you save data from field devices to an unlimited number of Data Logs, each fully configurable and customisable.

The Data Logs can aggregate data per line, department/area or sampling period (at intervals from 60’ to 5’’). You can export the Data Logs in Excel or text format at any time, or schedule such operations automatically on fixed periods (day/week/year).

You can use the Data Logs off-line with devices which can be equipped with memory expansions (EXM10 30 or EXP10 30) so as to record the information directly.

Trend charts

Data saved to the Data Logs can also be displayed in graphic form.

Chart period, chart type (lines, bars, dots, candle sticks), colours and scale can be changed quickly and easily. Attractive charts can be created to suit specific analysis requirements.

Alarms

When the limits set by the user or the various parameters are exceeded,synergyrecords the anomaly and displays it in the software’s header. The home page always displays the last 10 alarms, while the alarms menu displays their details and allows you to hide them.

Each Data Log can be associated with one or more alarms. An upper and lower limit, calendar (for enabling/disabling the alarm), display in trend charts and automatic e-mail notification options can be set for each alarm.

Report

Reports let you process data collected from Data Logs and highlight significant values for all measured quantities (minimum, mean, maximum and differential values) using pre-set time bands (hours, days and months).

Reports can be displayed graphically (pie chart or histogram), with manual/automatic export by day, month or year in Excel or text format. The exported data can be saved to hard disk or transmitted by e-mail or FTP.

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