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1 WAM Remote Wireless Asset Monitoring Website User Guide

2 Table of Contents Overview... 2 Login Page... 2 Quick Start Guide Locations Page... 5 Devices Page... 5 Register Devices Page... 6 Temp or Temp & Humidity Sensor Models... 7 Wireless Analog or Digital Input Models... 7 Edit Devices Page... 8 Temp or Temp & Humidity Sensor Models... 8 Wireless Analog or Digital Input Models... 8 Current Status Page... 9 Alerts & Alert Parameters Box Historical Readings Chart Add Alerts Page Edit Alerts Page Typical Temperature Range Alert Examples Walk-In Cooler Alert Example Freezer w/ Defrost Cycle Alert Example Alerts List Page Alert Alarm Log Page Alert Alarm Log Entry Page User Profile Page Password Change Page Subscription Page Manage Page Add User Page Edit User Page Add Location Page Edit Location Page Report Page Client Page Overview & Hardware Requirements The BAPI Wireless Asset Management (WAM) Website allows you to display and manage data received from BAPI wireless sensors and wireless receivers. The web pages and their contents will vary depending on the access level of the person that has logged in, either User, Manager or Administrator. Hardware required: A computer with Internet access and a web browser. BAPI wireless sensors. BAPI Wireless Ethernet receiver, with option for transmission to the website. An Ethernet RJ45 connection. Login Page 1: Open your web browser and enter the URL: (Note: An account with BAPI is required. To receive a user name and password, contact BAPI.) 2: The Login page of the website will be displayed. 3: Enter the Username and Password assigned to you by BAPI. Click the Sign in button to enter the website. 4: If the user is authorized to work with more than one location, then the Locations Page will be displayed, otherwise the Devices Page will be displayed. Note: If you do not remember your username or password or you do not have an account, call BAPI Customer Service at for assistance. Screen 1. Website Login 2 of 20

3 QUICK START GUIDE The Quick Start Guide gives an overview of the four main areas of the website where customers spend the majority of their time - the Devices Page, the Current Status Page, the Alerts Page and the Alerts Log Page. This guide assumes that you already have a fully setup location with registered devices, registered users and configured alerts. Devices Page - Available to All Users The Devices Page is a list of the sensors at the selected location. Current Reading Shows the current reading and the last time the readings were updated. Click the Device name to enter the Current Status Page. Status Icon Indicates the status of the device. A green dot means it is functioning properly while a red dot or yellow triangle means it is not functioning properly or is in an alarm status. Edit Icon Lets you edit the info about that device. Delete Icon Lets you delete the device from that location. Removing the device will permanently delete the alarm and trend history for that device. Current Status Page - Available to All Users Sensor Type Tab Tabs will be shown depending on the function of the device. In this example, the device is a temperature only sensor. This tab displays the current reading and the last time read. The Current Status Page shows more detail about each sensor device. Enter this page by clicking on a device name in the Devices Page (shown above). Device Pull-Down Menu A pull-down list of the sensor devices you are authorized to view. Current Status and Range Box This area shows the current status as a red arrow within a range. Alerts and Alert Parameters Box This area shows the configured alerts that will trigger an alarm for the device. The alerts can be for high or low values, for temp, humidity or other engineering units depending on the device setup. Clicking on the graph icon adds the alert parameters to the charts. Clicking on the edit icon lets you change the alert parameters. Clicking on the Add button lets you add another alert to this device. Historical Readings Chart This is a chart of historical readings for the device. Select the time period twith the Zoom buttons on the top left, the adjustable Scroll Bar at the bottom or the Date Fields at the top right. 3 of 20

4 Alerts List Page - Available to All Users QUICK START GUIDE continued... Active A green dot indicates that the alert is enabled and an X indicates that it is not. Alert Recipients Hover over the icons to see the employees who will receive messages for that alert. The Alerts List Page shows All the configured alerts for All of the devices. Alert Name The name the user has given to the alert. Sensor Type A thermometer indicates a temperature sensor, a water drop indicates a humidity sensor and an X indicates other data. Current Value and Time of Update Shows the current reading and the last time the readings were updated. Device Name The name of the sensor that the alert is attached to. Alert Parameters Can be min or max values, a range or an amount of time without receiving data. Edit and Delete Icon Lets you edit or delete the alert. Alert Alarm Log Page - Available to All Users Alert Name The name of the alert. Clicking the name opens the Alert Alarm Log Entry Page where you can see the recipients of any notifications for that alarm and also add comments about that alarm. Device Name The name of the device that the alert is configured for. Clicking on the name opens the current status page for that device. The Alert Alarm Log Page shows a list of current and previously triggered alert alarms. Alerts that are currently in alarm are displayed in red. Status Icon Indicates the status of the device. A green dot means it is functioning properly while a red dot or yellow triangle means it is not functioning properly or is in an alarm state. Start and End Times The beginning and end times for that alert alarm. Entries shown in red with an end time of NOW are currently in alarm. Comments The number of comments that have been entered on the Alert Alarm Log Entry Page for that specific alert alarm. Trigger Value The value that caused the alert to go into alarm. End of QUICK START GUIDE 4 of 20

5 DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS The following sections include more detail about the web pages than the previous Quick Start Guide descriptions. Locations Page - Available to All Users With More Than One Location The Locations Page will display a list of your authorized locations along with a map. Clicking on the name of a location from the list will go to the Devices Page for that location which is described next. Screen 2. Locations Page Devices Page - Available to All Users The Devices Page is a list of the devices that the user is authorized to work with. The following data is displayed for each unit: the Name, Description, Current Readings and the last time the readings were updated. (The time interval between readings displayed is about 1 minute.) Clicking on the underlined Device Name takes you to the Current Status Page for more information about that device. There are also three icons on the right side of each Device on the Device Page: Status Icon: A green dot means the device is functioning properly while a red dot or yellow triangle means it is not functioning properly or is in an alarm state. Edit Icon (Page with a pencil) opens the Edit Device Page for that device which is described on the next page. Delete Icon (Circle with a slash) deletes that device from the list for that location. A confirmation screen (Screen 4) opens first to make sure that you want to permanently delete the device. Note: Removing the device will permanently delete the alarm and trend history for that device. Screen 3. Devices Page Screen 4. Delete Device Confirmation Screen 5 of 20

6 Register Device Page - Only Available to Manager and Administrator Level Users BAPI WAM Website User Guide Clicking on the Register link in the left menu opens the Register Device Page where the user can add a new sensor to the monitoring system: Choose a Sensor Model: Available sensors are shown in 4 groupings: Temp. Sensor, Temp. & Humidity Sensor, Wireless Analog Sensor and Wireless Digital Sensor. There are also images for each of the available sensor models. Selecting one of the sensors opens the Registering Information questions for that device (See next page). Screen 5. Register Device Page 6 of 20

7 Register Device Page continued... REGISTERING INFORMATION: Temperature Only Models or Temperature & Humidity Models Selecting a Temp. Sensor or Temp. and Humidity Sensor opens the Registering Information questions for that device. Fill in the information for each question, including: Name: Any name of your choosing. Description: Any description of your choosing. Location: A drop-down list of all the locations available to the user. Serial #: Enter the unique wireless serial number. Device State: Click Enabled to monitor the data from this sensor or Disabled to disregard any data updates. Default Alerts: Adds a No Data for 10 Minutes alert for the device. If no data is received from this device for 10 minutes, then an alert alarm is generated. Limit Alerts: Adds High and Low Limit Alerts. (BAPI recommends that you change the default alerts to values that fit your specific device. See the Add Alerts and Edit Alerts sections.) Click the Save button to save the changes. Screen 6. Register Device info for a Food Probe Temperature Sensor REGISTERING INFORMATION: Wireless Analog Input Sensor Models Wireless Analog Input (WAI) Sensor models require some additional registering information besides the info described above. This sensor is designed to take a hard-wired analog signal and transmit that signal to the receiver for displaying on the website. Because this can be any analog signal, you must select the Engineering Units (Temperature, Humidity, Percentage 0 to 100%, or Custom Units) and the Minimum and Maximum values for the sensor (See Screen 7). REGISTERING INFORMATION: Wireless Digital Input Sensor Models Wireless Digital Input (WDI) Sensor models require some additional registering information besides the info described above. This sensor is designed to take a hard-wired digital signal such as a dry contact on/ off status and transmit that signal to the receiver for displaying on the website. Because this can be any digital signal, you must select the Label for the 0 State when the WDI input is open and the Label for the 1 State when the WDI input is closed (See Screen 8). Screen 7. Wireless Analog Sensor Registering Device Info Screen 8. Wireless Digital Sensor Registering Device Info 7 of 20

8 Edit Device Page - Only Available to Manager and Administrator Level Users The Edit Device Page lets the user edit the information for devices that are shown on the Devices Page. A device must be registered before it will appear on the Devices Page. Click on the Edit Device Icon to bring up the Edit Device page (Screen 9). Click into the area that requires updating and make the change, then click the Save button. Information available for each device includes: Name: Any name of your choosing. Description: Any description of your choosing. Location: A drop-down list of all the locations available to the user. Select from the list of available locations. Sensor Model: A drop-down list of Screen 9. Edit Device Page for a Temperature Sensor common sensor models to select from. Serial #: The serial # is entered in the Register Devices Page and is not editable in the Edit Devices Page. Device Status: Click Device Enabled to monitor the data from this sensor or Device Disabled to disregard it. Click the Save button to save the changes. Wireless Analog Input Sensor Models The Edit Device Page for Wireless Analog Input (WAI) Sensor models includes some additional information besides the info described above. This sensor is designed to take a hard-wired analog signal and transmit that signal to the receiver for displaying on the website. Because this can be any analog signal, the Edit Device page includes editable boxes for Engineering Units (Temperature, Humidity, Percentage 0 to 100%, or Custom Units) and the Minimum and Maximum values for the sensor (See Screen 10). In the example at right, the sensor is a CO 2 sensor with parts per million (ppm) Engineering Units and a Minimum value of 0 ppm and a Maximum value of 2,000 ppm. Wireless Digital Input Sensor Models Screen 10. Edit Device Page for a Wireless Analog Input Sensor The Edit Device Page for Wireless Digital Input (WDI) Sensor models includes some additional information besides the info described above. This sensor is designed to take a hard-wired digital signal such as a dry contact on/off status and transmit that signal to the receiver for displaying on the website. Because this can be any digital signal, the Edit Device Page includes editable boxes for the Label for the 0 State when the WDI input is open and the Label for the 1 State when the WDI input is closed. 8 of 20

9 Current Status Page - Available to All Users Screen 11. Current Status Page Device Pull-Down Menu A pull-down list of the devices at the location. View Current Status information for any of these devices by selecting it from the pull-down list. Current Status and Range Box Shows the current status as a red arrow within a range. If an alert has been set up for the device, then clicking on the graph icon will display the alert parameters in the box. Alerts Icons Clicking on the Graph Icon adds the alert parameters to the Historical Readings Chart and Current Status and Range Box. Clicking on the Edit Alerts Icon opens the Edit Alert page for that alert. Clicking on the Add Icon opens the Add Alert page to add another alert for this device. Alerts and Alert Parameters Box This area shows the configured alerts that will trigger an alarm for the device. The alerts can be for high or low values, or for value ranges which include both a high and low value. Sensor Tab Temperature, Temperature & Humidity or other tabs will be shown depending on the function of the device. In this example, the device is a temperatureonly sensor. This tab displays the Current Status information such as the current reading and the time that last reading was taken. Historical Chart Options Clicking on Chart displays a graph chart of the data. Clicking on Table displays the data in a table form. Clicking on Download will make a.csv spreadsheet of the data. Historical Readings Chart This is a chart of historical readings for the device. It includes several ways to select the time period to display, including Zoom buttons on the top left, an adjustable Scroll Bar at the bottom and Date Fields at the top right. If an alert has been setup for the device, clicking on the Graph Icon in the Alerts Box adds the alert parameters to the Historical Readings Chart. CURRENT STATUS PAGE The Current Status Page displays the current and historical information about the selected device along with any Alerts that have been configured for that device. Device Pull-Down Menu: In the upper left hand corner is a pull-down list of the devices that the user is authorized to view. View Current Status information for any of these devices by selecting the device from the pull-down list. Shown next to the name of the selected device is the description, model and serial number of the device. This information can be edited by clicking on the blue Edit Device Info link. See the Edit Device Page section. Sensor Tabs: One or two tabs will be shown depending on the function of the device. In this example, the device is a temperature only sensor. If it was a temperature and humidity device, then a humidity tab would be displayed to the right of the temperature tab. Clicking on a tab will display the Current Status information for that option of the device. Inside the tab is the current reading and the time that last reading was taken. Current Status and Range Box: This area shows the current status as a red arrow within a range. If an alert has been set up for the device, then clicking on the graph icon will display the alert parameters on the chart. Continued on next page... 9 of 20

10 Current Status Page continued... BAPI WAM Website User Guide Alerts and Alert Parameters Box This area shows the parameters that will trigger an alarm for the device. The alerts can be for individual high or low values, or for a the sensor range which includes both a high and low value. Clicking on the Graph Icon adds the alert parameters to the Current Status Range Chart and Historical Readings Chart as a blue line for a low limit and a red line for a high limit. Alerts can be added by clicking on the Add button or edited by clicking the Edit Icon in the box. For more information, go to the next section, Add Alerts or Edit Alerts Sections. Historical Readings Chart This is a chart of historical readings for the device. It includes several ways to select the time period to display, including Zoom buttons on the top left, an adjustable Scroll Bar at the bottom and Date Fields at the top right. Zoom Buttons: Clicking one of these buttons will determine the time frame for the chart. 1D = 1 day 1W = 1 week 1M = 1 month 3M = 3 months Scroll Bar: Allows you to scroll the chart left or right, if data is available. The handles of the scroll bar itself can also be adjusted to increase or decrease the period of time displayed on the chart. Date Fields: You can choose a specific date range to display by entering a date in the From and To fields. There are also three buttons below the Historical Readings Chart for viewing or exporting the historical data. Chart/Table: Display the historical data as a chart or as a table of values. Download Chart View: Exports a Excel (.csv) document of the historical data for reporting. Add Alerts Page - Only Available to Manager and Administrator Level Users Alerts are parameters that will trigger an alarm for the device. The alerts can be for individual high or low values, or for a range which includes both a high and low value. Alerts can also be setup for Loss of Signal Reception or No Data from the device rather than high or low values. The Add Alerts Page can be accessed by clicking the Add button in the Alerts box on the Current Status Page or clicking the Add button on the Alerts List Page. The Add Alert Page contains: Alert Name: Any name of your choosing. Device: A pull down list of available devices for the current location. Select the desired device from the list. Device Input: A pull-down list of inputs available for the device. (If the device is a temp and humidity sensor, both temp and humidity will be displayed in the list.) Screen 12. Add Alert Page Every device also has an All Inputs option under the Device Input pull-down. The All Inputs must be selected to create a Loss of Data Reception or No Data alert for the device. This type of alert is used to signal that no data has been received from the device for a specified period of time, indicating that there may be a problem with the device. Continued on next page of 20

11 Add Alerts Page continued... BAPI WAM Website User Guide Alert Type: This pull-down lets the user specify whether the alert is for a Maximum Value, Minimum Value, Range Value (which includes a maximum and minimum value) or for No Data. The slider or numerical boxes may be used to set the values for maximum, minimum or range alerts. If you select Range for the Alert Type, then two handles will be displayed on the slider and two numerical boxes. If you select Min or Max for the Alert Type, then only one handle and one numerical box will be displayed. If you select No Data for the Alert Type, then the slider becomes inoperative and a time in minutes must be entered in the box labeled Maximum Time Without Data (in minutes). Time before sending the notification initially (in minutes): To prevent erroneous alarms from such things as a customer opening the cooler door for an extended period of time or staff restocking the cooler, a delay time can be entered in this box. This is the amount of time that the temperature must be out of range before an alarm notification and alarm log entry are generated. Note: The alert will display as in alarm (red) on the Current Status Page and Alert Page during the time that the temperature is out of range, even if the time doesn t exceed the delay time. Time before re-sending the notification: The number of minutes to wait before sending a second alarm notification to the Alert Recipients if the device remains in an alarm state. Alert Recipients: This box displays the people at this location who are authorized to receive notifications when an alert goes into alarm. The box lists the name, title and types of messages that they can receive. Check the box to receive that type of message when an alert goes into alarm. Note: If there is a circle with an X displayed in the column, that Screen 13. Alert Recipients indicates that the person has not been set up to receive that type of message. For instance, an address must be listed on the person s user profile for them to receive messages. You can add alert recipients or edit their information on the Edit User Page under the Manage section of the website. Click the Save button to save any changes that you made to alerts on the Add Alerts Page. Edit Alerts Page - Only Available to Manager and Administrator Level Users The Edit Alerts Page is very similar to the Add Alerts Page described above, except that it is only used to edit existing alerts, not add new ones. The Edit Alerts Page can be accessed by clicking on the Edit Icon (Paper and pencil) of an existing alert in the Alerts box on the Current Status Page or by clicking the Edit Icon on the right side of an existing alert on the Alerts List Page. See the Add Alerts Page section above for information on using the Edit Alerts Page. Screen 14. Edit Alert Page 11 of 20

12 Typical Alert Examples - Walk-In Cooler Creating a Temperature Range Alert for a Walk-In Cooler To create a Temperature Range Alert for a Walk-In Cooler, go to the Current Status Page for a Walk-In Cooler (shown at right) The Historical Chart shows that the properly operating cooler has a normal temperature swing of about 34 to 41 F. A typical Temperature Range Alert will leave a few degrees of cushion above and below this normal operating range to avoid erroneous alarms from short term temperature spikes. So a typical temperature alert range for this cooler would be 32 to 43 F. Note: It is a good practice to leave a large cushion on the high and low ends of the Temperature Range Alert when the alert is initially created, and then reduce that cushion after you have about a week or more of historical data on the cooler. To create the alert, click on the Add Alert Icon in the Alerts box on the device s Current Status Page. This brings up the Add Alert Page (shown at right and described on pg 10). The Device and Device Input Fields are filled in automatically. Give your new alert a name such as Temperature Range then select Range from the Alert Type dropdown. You can now enter the high and low temperatures for the range. In this case, we chose 32 F and 43 F. To prevent erroneous alarms from such things as a customer opening the cooler door for an extended period of time or staff restocking the cooler, you can enter a delay time in the Time before sending the notification initially (in minutes) box. This is the amount of time that the temperature must be out of range before an alarm notification and alarm log entry are generated. Note: The alert will display as in alarm (red) on the Current Status Page and Alert Page during the time that the temperature is out of range, even if the time doesn t exceed the delay time. This example uses 20 minutes for both delays, but these boxes can be set to whatever the customer chooses. Screen 15. Current Status Page for a Walk-In Cooler Screen 16. Add Alert Page 12 of 20

13 Typical Alert Examples - Freezer with Timed Defrost Cycle Creating a Temperature Range Alert for a Freezer with a Timed Defrost Cycle The Historical Chart for the Ice Cream Machine Freezer shown at right indicates that the unit has a timed defrost cycle every six hours in which the temperature rises from about 11 F to about 20 F for a short period. A Temperature Range Alert could be added to this freezer similar to the steps above for the Walk-In Cooler. Leaving a few degrees of cushion above and below the normal operating range of the freezer, we could set a temperature alert range of about 9 F to 23 F. However, this range would not give an alarm if the freezer rose to 20 F in the defrost cycle and remained there, thus damaging the ice cream. To avoid this, we could set up the temperature range alert parameters differently for this type of freezer. Rather than setting the high temperature a few degrees above the defrost cycle temperature of 20 F, we could set the high temperature a few degrees above the normal operating temperature of the freezer when it is not in the defrost cycle, which is about 11 F. So we could set the high temperature range at 14 F. But won t the unit go into alarm every six hours during the defrost cycle? To prevent the defrost cycle from triggering an alarm, we can set the delay time in the Time before sending the notification initially (in minutes) box to a few minutes longer than the defrost cycle. In this freezer, the defrost cycle lasts about 30 minutes. Therefore, we could enter a delay time of 40 minutes to prevent defrost cycle alarms while monitoring the actual temperature of the freezer. Screen 17. Current Status Page for a Freezer w/ Timed Defrost Cycle Screen 18. Add Alert Page 13 of 20

14 Alerts List Page - Available to All Users The Alerts List Page shows All the configured alerts for All of the devices. The list includes whether the alert is Active, the Alert Name, the Sensor Type (temperature or humidity, etc.), the Current Value and Time of Update from the device, the Device Name, the Condition (alert parameters) and the Recipients of any notifications if the alert goes into alarm. The alerts can be deleted or edited using the icons at the right. The Delete Icon (Circle with a slash) deletes that alert from the list for that location. The Edit Icon (Paper with a pencil) opens the Edit Alert Page for that device. Screen 19. Alerts List Page Alert Alarm Log Page - Available to All Users Clicking the Alarm Log link under Alerts in the top left menu opens the Alert Alarm Log Page. This page shows a list of current and previously triggered alert alarms. Alerts that are currently in alarm are displayed in red. The list includes whether the alert is Active, the Alert Name, Device Name, Alarm Start and End Times, Trigger Value, whether the alert was Manually Resolved and the Number of Comments that have been added to the log for that individual alarm. Note: Clicking on the Alert Name in the list opens the Alert Alarm Log Entry Page for that specific alert alarm. On this page you can see the recipients of any notification from that alarm and also add comments about the alarm. Screen 20. Alert Alarm Log Page 14 of 20

15 Alert Alarm Log Entry Page - Available to All Users The Alert Alarm Log Entry Page lets you see the recipients of any message from that specific alarm and also add comments about the alarm. You can click the Resolved check box and the word (Manual) will be added to End Time on the Alarm Log Page so that you can see at a glance that the alarm was resolved. The top gray section includes information about the alarm including the Type of Alarm, Device Status, Alert Name, Device Name, Alert Description, and the Alarm Start and End Times. Alert Recipients Section: Screen 21. Alert Alarm Log Entry Page This section lists the users who have been set up to receive notification as a result of this alert alarm. The list may be sorted by Lastname, Firstname, or Title by clicking on the column names. The three columns on the right show the types of messages available ( , SMS message or phone call) for each of the users on the list. A dash in the column indicates that type of message is not set up for that user. Comments Section: This section lets you add information about actions taken (or that will be taken) to resolve the alert. The Current User and the End Time of the alert alarm are displayed on the left of the Add a comment box. You can click the Resolved check box and the word (Manual) will be added to End Time on the Alarm Log Page so that you can see at a glance that the alarm was resolved. Click the Save button to save your comments. The history of any comments is displayed below the Comments area. User Profile Page - Available to All Users The User Profile Page is used to add or edit the personal settings of the current user, including Username, Name and Job Title. Select the Unit of Measurement (Metric or English) from the pull-down list. Alerting Contact Information: Enter the types of messages that this user will be able to receive. Enter the address. SMS Phone Message: Enter the phone number for text messages. Phone Call: Enter the phone number for the automated phone message. Select the Primary Location for this user from a list of available locations. Click on the Save button to save changes. Screen 22. User Profile Page 15 of 20

16 Password Change Page - Available to All Users The Password Change Page allows users to change their current password. Current Password: Enter the current password. New Password: Enter the new password. Confirm New Password: Enter the new password again. (The New Password and Confirm New Password entries must match exactly.) Click on the Save button to save changes. Subscription Page - Available to All Users The Subscription Page allows users view or update their service plan with BAPI. The start and end dates for your current plan are shown along with the number of available devices on the plan. You automatically renew the current plan by checking the Auto Renewal checkbox or add a new service plan by entering the activation code (received from BAPI) in the box. Screen 23. Password Change Page The Manage Page displays the Users and the Locations that the current user if authorized to manage. Click on the name of a user to open the Edit User Page (shown on the next page). Click on the name of a location to open the Edit Location Page (shown on page 18). You can also delete a user or the location using the delete icon (Circle with a slash) on the right side of the list. You can edit the the user s password by using the key icon on the right side of the users list. A google map of the location is available by clicking on the map icon in the locations list. Screen 24. Subscription Page Manage Page - Only Available to Manager and Administrator Level Users Screen 25. Manage Page Clicking on the Add User button opens the Add User Page described on the next page. Clicking on the Add Location button opens the Add Location Page described on page of 20

17 Add User Page - Only Available to Manager and Administrator Level Users The Add User Page lets you add a new user to the system. Enter the Username (The name you wish to display in the system), Password, Name and Job Title. Also select the Access Level and the Unit of Measurement (Metric or English) from pull-down lists. Alerting Contact Information: Enter the types of messages that this user will be able to receive during alert alarms. Enter the address to send the messages. SMS Phone Message: Enter the phone number to send the text messages. Phone Call: Enter the phone number where the automated phone message will be sent. You also select the Location for this user from a pull-down list of available locations as well as the Primary Location for this user. Click on the Save button to save any changes. Screen 26. Add User Page Edit User Page - Only Available to Manager and Administrator Level Users The Edit User Page lets you edit the user information. Edit the Username (The name you wish to display in the system), Password, Name and Job Title. Also change the Access Level and the Unit of Measurement (Metric or English) from pull-down lists if desired. Alerting Contact Information: Edit the types of messages that this user will be able to receive during alert alarms. Enter the address to send the message. SMS Phone Message: Enter the phone number where the text messages will be sent. Phone Call: Enter the phone number where the automated phone message will be sent. You also select the Location for this user from a pull-down list of available locations as well as the Primary Location for this user. Click on the Save button to save any changes. Screen 27. Edit User Page 17 of 20

18 Add Location Page - Only Available to Administrator Level Users Click on the Add Location link under Manage in the top left menu to enter the Add Location Page. You can also click on the Add Location Icon on the Manage Page. Enter the information for the new location. Name: This is the name of the location. Description: This is the description of the location. Branding: This determines the look of the background and the left navigation area. Default Unit of Measurement: Choose either Metric or English. Alert Enter the address to send notifications to. Alert Call Phone Number: Enter the phone number for the automated phone message.. Address: Enter the address, city, state, etc. as needed for the address of the location. Screen 28. Add Location Page Click on the Save button to save the new location. Edit Location Page - Only Available to Administrator Level Users Click on the name of a location on the Manage Page to open the Edit Location Page and edit the information. Name: The name of the location. Description: The description of the location. Branding: This determines the look of the background and the left navigation area. Default Unit of Measurement: Choose either Metric or English. Alert Enter the address to send notifications to. Alert Call Phone Number: Enter the phone number for the automated phone message. Address: Enter the physical address of the location. Click on the Save button to save any changes. Screen 29. Edit Location Page 18 of 20

19 Report Page - Only Available to Administrator Level Users Click on the Report link under Manage in the top left menu to enter the Report Page. This page displays a list of Locations, Devices, Users and Totals for each Client. The report covers the devices registered within the date range of the From and To date fields at the top of the page. Screen 30. Report Page Clients Page - Only Available to Manager and Administrator Level Users Click on the Client link under Manage in the top left menu to enter the Client Page. This page displays some information about the user s company, including the Locations, Devices and the Date Created (the date they signed up for the WAM service). Screen 31. Clients Page 19 of 20

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