Graph Icon

Marked data points can be displayed using a graph. There are several types of displays available. Each has its specific settings.

Graph Control Icon

Graph control is common for all types of graphs and allows:

Hide legend
Abbreviated legend (only the name of the data point)
Full legend
Hide axis labels
Select points / Delete selected points
Move left/right
Zoom in/Zoom out
Full screen

This is the most commonly used type of graph. In most cases, the desired information can be found in this display. It is especially suitable for comparing multiple variables over time.

Sizes of the output measured and desired temperatures of the heating circuit and the current operating mode.

Selection from pre-defined graph templates, or currently selected
Time period
Graph type
Highlight measured points
Connect all points
Optimize range
Show only visible data
Oscilloscope mode
Reload data
Upload data


By clicking on the legend, it is possible to show/hide data assigned to it. Labels are also pinned directly to the time axis.

Gray background marks Saturday and Sunday.

Suitable for detailed display of 1 variable over a longer time period (e.g., 1 month). This graph is useful for status variables, where the device's mode can be displayed for individual days in the selected period. This way, other variables (e.g., room temperature) can also be displayed.

Current operating mode of the heating circuit. On the x-axis, individual days of the displayed period are visible. On the y-axis, hours in the day are visible.

Room temperature

Vertical white lines separate the workweek, Saturday, and Sunday.

The Modulo graph is suitable for displaying a “characteristic” profile - profiles from time-matched periods (days, weeks, etc.) are displayed on top of each other, making it easy to identify significant deviations from the typical profile.

Instantaneous power

In this type of graph, it is possible to set the period to weeks, months, or years.

Display: date, time, value, and data point name

This is the second most commonly used type of graph. It is suitable for displaying variables for which some aggregation (average, maximum, minimum, etc.) is appropriate.

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