The purpose of Counters is to be a reporting tool in the app, where counters values can be reported manually. Reporting a counter value can also be used to calculate a next date for a job.
The module can be accessed in the app’s side menu.
By clicking on Counters in the app’s side menu, the app will show all counters, as seen below. Every counter is shown with a number and name, latest reading, the value of the counter (hours, for example) and the date where the latest reading was reported. It is possible to search for a specific counter by QR-scanning, clicking on , or by using the search field. Click on the counter which you want to report a reading to.
When the counter, which you want to report a reading to, is selected, the following screen will appear with the following fields:
Average per day – The expected average per day, based on previously read values. Values will be displayed in this field after at least two reported readings.
Expected value – The app's expectation of today's value, based on previously read values. Values will be displayed in this field after at least two reported readings.
Details about the new reading are reported here. The value must be higher than the latest reading. Fields containing a symbol must be filled out before the reading can be saved.
Report the value first, then choose the date where the reading took place. The date is set as today’s date as standard but can be changed by clicking on it. It is furthermore possible to add a remark to the reading. When finished reporting, click on the “Save reading” button.
When the reading has been saved, this will appear in ”New readings”.
This section shows the latest reading that has been synchronized with INEXTIA.
Readings that has been saved in the app, but has not yet been synchronized with INEXTIA, will appear in this section.
If you wish to delete a reported reading, this can be done by swiping the reading to the left and clicking ”Delete”. It is only possible to delete a reported reading in the app, if the reading is placed in the ”New readings” section, and therefor has not been synchronized with INEXTIA.
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