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Netbotz temperature chart and hystersis

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by nanoman on 2018-11-12


Hi,  two questions: 

Question 1:  is it possible to configure the y-axis max and min. In the graphic the max is 62.0 and min is 55.0 F. I would like the span to be min 40 and max 100 F.

Question 2: I note significant, unphysical temperature hysteresis (saw tooth waveform between 57.2 and 59.5). Is this typical ?

Thank you,

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Re: Netbotz temperature chart and hystersis

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2018-11-25


Dear nanoman,

Regarding your questions:

Question 1:  is it possible to configure the y-axis max and min. In the graphic the max is 62.0 and min is 55.0 F. I would like the span to be min 40 and max 100 F.

As far as I know, this is not possible in APC AV software. You can try to make Feature requests, and maybe you will be heard.

Question 2: I note significant, unphysical temperature hysteresis (saw tooth waveform between 57.2 and 59.5). Is this typical ?

From my experience I will say, that it depends on the actual ambient temperature around the sensor. For example, such a temperature graph is very characteristic of server rooms where non-inverter cooling units are used (that is, when the compressor can either be turned on at 100% power or turned off altogether).

With respect.

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