This widget is available under Site details. Normally, the energy consumption of a site follows a consistent pattern based on the usual weekly schedule of five workdays and two weekend days. The anomaly detections function enables users to identify and analyze any deviations from the normal state that may be caused by hardware malfunction, human error, or wrong equipment configuration. The information is displayed on a widget in the Site details page and also reported via email. To learn how to configure the function, see Configuring anomaly detections.

Widget description

  1. More: For more information, see More button.
  2. Anomaly configuration: Use this dropdown list to choose the configuration to be displayed in the widget. Use the arrows to choose the previous/next configuration.
  3. Navigation: Use the arrows to navigate to the previous/next detected anomaly.
  4. Anomaly diagram: This diagram displays the expected (black line) and actual (blue line) consumption on a time axis. Individual anomalies are displayed as vertical stripes with dark stripes indicating positive and light stripes negative deviations from the expected value. The light grey area around the expected consumption line represents the allowed tolerance. Select a point in time in the diagram to see the values.
  5. Filters: Use the filters to show/hide individual elements on the diagram.
  6. Time frame: Set the period to be displayed. The whole period is analyzed but only the period specified here is displayed in the diagram. The current display limit is one year.
    You can control it as follows:
    • Use the left and right sliders to adjust the displayed period.
    • Press the top blue ribbon and drag the frame left and right to apply the same period to the preceding/succeeding days.
    • Draw a rectangle inside or outside of the frame to select another period.