Cellular Dashboard


Discover the benefits of the "Cellular" dashboard, your essential tool for monitoring the health of your EcoPort UCM fleet. This guide highlights how to access aggregated data and detailed views for effective management and optimization. Learn to swiftly identify and address issues, ensuring peak performance and reliability across your cellular devices.

User Guide

Welcome to your comprehensive guide on navigating Grafana dashboards as a viewer. This guide is tailored for users who interact with the dashboard to analyze and interpret data effectively. Here's how to make the most of the dashboard's features, including the date picker, variable pickers, and the visualization rows.

Date Picker

The date picker is located at the top right corner of the dashboard. It enables you to select the time range you wish to view data for. Clicking on it will display options ranging from "Last 5 minutes" to "Last 2 days" and even a custom range selection. This tool is essential for focusing your analysis on specific periods of interest. This picker effects each visualization in the dashboard. We recommend keeping it on "Last 2 days" for most cases. 


You will find variable pickers in the top left. In this dashboard, you have two types:

Time Intervals:

This picker lets you select the granularity of the data displayed, such as "1m" (one minute), "5m" (five minutes), "1h" (one hour), etc. Adjusting this affects how data is aggregated and displayed across  the visualizations in the DETAILS section.

Device Selection:

Use this to filter the dashboard view to specific devices or groups of devices within your fleet. Depending on the setup, you can select one or multiple devices to narrow down your analysis.

Rows of Visualizations:

The dashboard is organized into four main rows, each providing insights into different aspects of your device fleet's performance:

  1. ONLINE DEVICES: This row visualizes the number of devices and status of devices that are currently online, helping you monitor the active status of your fleet in real-time. It also provides a numeric summary of your total online, offline, remaining, and delivered devices.
  2. OFFLINE DEVICES: Conversely, this row shows devices that are currently offline, aiding in identifying connectivity issues or devices that are not reporting data as expected.
  3. DETAILS: Here, you'll find visualizations that offer a deeper dive into specific device metrics and statuses, providing a granular view of your fleet's operational aspects.
  4. SIGNAL STRENGTH: This row focuses on the cellular signal strength of your devices, crucial for diagnosing connectivity problems or identifying areas with poor signal coverage.

Each row of visualizations is designed to give you a comprehensive overview and detailed insights into your fleet's performance and health. By exploring these sections, you can identify trends, spot potential issues early, and make informed decisions based on data-driven insights.

For more information on each visualization see the related article.


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