After a successful login Terminals view opens.
To access the list of all terminals from another view, click Terminals in the main menu.
On top of the list there is a button for adding a new terminal, search and filter. The filter works in the same way as in Map. In Search terminals you can enter a terminal’s name or serial number or just a part of it and the list will be filtered accordingly.
On the list of terminals each terminal is represented by a rectangle. For each terminal you can see the same data as in Map view, but here you can see it for multiple terminals simultaneously.
There are some additional information on the left:
STATUS can be either Online, Unpaired or Offline. If you hover your mouse pointer over the information icon, Queue counter is shown. It shows number of measurements and number of recordings that are waiting to be uploaded.
By hovering the mouse cursor over STATUS, status of terminal’s storage is shown. Number of measurements and number of recordings on the terminal. If the number is 0, it means all the measurements/recordings have been uploaded to the server and are not stored on the terminal any more. Total displays the total storage space in GB, Free displays the available storage space in GB and Used shows the percentage of used storage.
SLM shows the status of sound level meter. If you hover your mouse pointer over the information icon, additional information is shown. You can see SLM’s and microphone’s type and serial number.
POWER shows noise guard’s power status: Plugged in, On battery or Charging. If you hover your mouse pointer over the information icon, three options for RESTART are shown. NG (soft) restarts Noise Guard software. It is faster than NG (hard). NG (hard) restarts Noise Guard hardware. SLM restarts the sound level meter. If you want to restart the complete Noise Guard system, restart SLM first and then click NG (hard).
On the right there are three icons:
takes you to Data viewer
takes you to Map
opens the Edit terminal form
If you click on terminal name you can upload your desired terminal image, which will also be displayed on Map view with all other information when terminal is selected.