Displaying graphs for a vehicle


Once you select a vehicle from the list, you will be able to see its Bottom panel with some more detailed information. Among them, you have the tab Graphs.

You can trigger/hide the bottom panel by clicking on the bottom-left arrow:



By default, you will see the Ignition and Speed graphs on this panel. However, if the vehicle has other sources available for more graphs (e.g., Fuel level), you can use the buttons on the left side to choose the alternative sources. The choice you make will persist in later sessions:



You can also see the graphs on the full page, in that case overlapping the map. To do that, click the View all graphs link on the right side of the charts panel:



Alternatively, you may skip the steps above and click directly on the Graphs option from the main menu:




You will be shown a full page with all the graphs available for this vehicle:


The graphs page includes the following variables:

  • Ignition (on/off)
  • Speed
  • If the vehicle has CANBus, the following variables:
    • Engine speed
    • Engine temperature
    • Tachograph (work states)
    • Level AdBlue
    • PTO (Power take-off)
    • Weight (Weight, First Axle, Second Axle, Trailer Axle)*
  • If the vehicle has sensors connected to the GPS tracker, one or more of the following variables:
    • Door open status
    • Temperature
    • Fuel level (from 1 or more fuel tanks)
    • Data from other digital or analog sensors
  • If the vehicle is configured with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System:
    • TPMS
    • TPMS Pressure
    • TPMS Temperature
  • If the vehicle is configured to use Natural Gas:
    • Natural Gas

* The value for the vehicle's weight is the total weight of the truck and all attached trailers. It might happen, however, that the vehicle has a value for the Weight, but it does not have information about all its trailers available on the CANBus, and vice versa.

You can see the exact values in any part of the graph by placing the cursor on top of it. A small circle will indicate the precise location where the measure is being taken.


In the case of graphs with more than one simultaneous variables, this method can also be used:


In these multi-variable graphs you can also show or hide any of the variables being displayed, by clicking the appropriate button:

For instance, this is the graph with all lines on:


And this is how it looks with Tank 1 and Tank 2 off (only Total on):


The tachograph data can be represented in two possible formats. You can choose the one you prefer from the More button on the right of the graph.

Vertical bars format:



You can click on the work states at the top of the graph to hide/unhide them.

Horizontal bars format:



You may notice that the graphs are contained in Graph collections, which are displayed right below the main menu:



These collections give you the option to separate the Graphs into views that can help you organize your activities better.

By default, you will see only one collection that contains all the Graphs you've selected (called Graph collection 1), but if you're interested in using other collections, please take a look at this article with the instructions to configure and personalize your collections.


You may as well use your keyboard to navigate among your collection of graphs:



The Up/Down and Page up/Page down keys allow you to select the graph that is immediately above or below your current selected graph, while the Home/End keys let you go to the top and bottom graphs, respectively.

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