Gauge contains a collection of metric widgets. You can choose among several types of Gauges that will present the last value of a variable in different formats.

Dial

Dials are one of the simplest and more useful widgets. They make it easy to visualize the values relatevily to a defined range (maximum and minimum limits).

The configuration of a dial is very simple. You can pick as many variables as you need, each one of them will have its own dial chart inside a single widget. The minimum and maximum limits of each dial is automatically set to the range of 0 and 100 for your convenience, but you can easily change it.

Angular

Enter a variable to show it in a angular gauge meter.

Options
  • Minimum (main axis): Is the minimum value for the scale (limit inferior). 
  • Maximum (main axis): Is the maximum value for the scale (limit superior).
Parameter Configuration
  • Number Format (main axis): Define how many decimal digits of precision will be display. 
  • Unit (main axis): Unit to be showed in the widget, like “F” for fahrenheit. If left empty, the original data from the json field defined for ‘unit’ will appear here.


Solid

Enter a variable to show it in a solid gauge meter.

Options
  • Minimum (main axis): Is the minimum value for the scale (limit inferior). 
  • Maximum (main axis): Is the maximum value for the scale (limit superior).
Parameter Configuration
  • Number Format (main axis): Define how many decimal digits of precision will be display. 
  • Unit (main axis): Unit to be showed in the widget, like “F” for fahrenheit. If left empty, the original data from the json field defined for ‘unit’ will appear here.

You can change the color shown in the solid gauge by sending a color parameter in the metadata object sent by your device.
Check out our device emulator to try it out!

Clock

Select a timezone to show an analogic clock. You can pass the mouse above the widget to see a popup of the time in a digital format.


VU Meter

Enter a variable to show it in a VU meter.

OptionsMinimum (main axis): Is the minimum value for the scale (limit inferior). Maximum (main axis): Is the maximum value for the scale (limit superior).Parameter ConfigurationNumber Format (main axis): Define how many decimal digits of precision will be display. Unit (main axis): Unit to be showed in the widget, like “dB” for decibel. If left empty, the original data from the json field defined for ‘unit’ will be showed here.


Dual Axes

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