This area of the system is a HTML5 replacement for Captures (legacy), allowing you to inspect triggered captures retrieved from data loggers with support for mobile devices.
The captures list view provides a way to filter and select capture traces, to inspect on the graph view.
To view the list of configured capture channels for a site, click on the Select Site button and select a site from the Select Tool.
Once a site has been selected, the Select Channel button will be enabled. Click on the button and select a capture channel from the Select Tool, to populate the list with the capture traces for that channel.
Once a capture channel has been selected the list will become populated with the capture traces for that channel.
The list of capture traces can be filtered, you can filter by Direction or Tag.
You can view the capture traces for a particular day by selecting a date in the date picker. Clicking the X icon to the right of the date will clear your selection and the list will return to showing capture traces for any date.
You can select capture traces to inspect by clicking on the capture trace in the list, selected capture traces will show a checked circle icon.
Clicking on the green "Inspect Traces" button, at the bootom of the screen, will take you to the graph view, with a graph displaying the select capture traces.
The captures graph view provides a graphical display of capture trace data and allows you to tag and comment capture traces.
The blue actions button provides you with the following options to apply to the graph.
There are two methods to toggle visibility of channels on the graph. You can either;
The "solo" action will hide all other channels on the graph, showing only the selected channel. Click the button again to de-solo the channel.
The "hide" action will hide only the selected channels, leaving other channels as they are. Click the button again to unhide the channel.
The "remove" action will completely remove the channel from the graph.
The "Edit Trace" button will reveal the editing section.
Select a tag from the drop down list to edit the capture traces tag.
Click the comments button to open the comments window and edit the capture traces comment.
Use the colour picker to select the colour for the capture trace's graph line.
Clicking the "Return to List" button will take you back to the capture traces list view. Returning to the list using this button retains your selected site and channel, along with any filters you have applied, allowing you to quickly switch back to the list and select different capture traces to inspect.