Fault Dashboards help you to quickly and easily identify what spaces are affected by faults. Both dimensions of Fault Counts and Fault Duration are covered. The percentage deviation gives an easy view of the fault trend compared to the last period. Fault dashboards have the following Major benefits:
- Provide you with a complete view of the Faults and prioritizing them.
- Categorical distinguishing of faults
- Fault By Space - gives Fault Count/Duration at the selected Space Level
- Fault By Equipment Category - Gives Fault Count/Duration at the selected Equipment Category Level
- Fault by Type - Gives Fault Count/Duration by Fault Types (Fault Names):
- Easy navigation to get to the Fault root-cause with the Space to Equipment link from equipment to the points causing Fault View (Fault Trend View)
- Details of Faults at varying levels: by floor, wing, room, or meter
- Top Five Faults
- Faults Trend
- Muting and unmuting faults
Use the search function to search for data such as equipment names, fault names. Click on a fault to reveal the details.
A single fault may have multiple diagnostics. Each diagnostic runs an equation and its duration is calculated separately. The diagnostic with the highest duration shows at the top, which helps you to decide the most probable diagnostic.
Each diagnostic can have multiple reasons mapped. Click a particular diagnostic to view the mapped reasons.
You can associate monetization impact with the faults and can create cost expression for the electricity and thermal impact.
The equipment relationship gives the fault status of the parent/child equipment, using a color code of red (fault) and green (no fault).
Click an item of equipment to navigate to the FDD dashboard of the respective equipment.
If there are multiple fault trends associated with a fault, synchronized zooming allows you to simultaneously zoom on all trend widgets with a single click.
Fault Trends are also displayed in different colors to indicate the occurrence of a fault. Colors depend upon the fault priority (Critical, High, Medium, and Low) so that you can easily distinguish fault trends based on priority.
Fault trends are navigable from the trend chart with the help of navigation buttons.