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Products: AS-B, Edge Server, Enterprise Central, Enterprise Server, AS-P, Virtual Project Servers
Functionalities: Trends
Product version: 2023, 2024
12/17/2022

Creating a Log Processing Trend Log Item

You create a log processing trend log item to enable calculation within or between various trend logs.

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A log processing trend log enables calculation within or between various trend logs. With this feature, building managers can gather new information about how the building is operating, they can view historical data that is calculated against new data and in this way detect new trends, they can compare various values and calculate a new trend log displaying relativised behavior, or unify measurements made with different units. The results from these calculations can indicate anomalies that have other reasons than the naturally varying conditions, so that it becomes easier to find problems with the building.

Examples

For instance, you use a log processing trend log in the following contexts:

Use a log processing trend log to compute the amount of the energy used during some given period of time, depending on the degree of the outdoor temperature. You can log this value along with, or instead of, the value of the outdoor temperature. You can also use some other energy measure such as degree days or an energy index listed in MSCI World Index. For this calculation you use the formula expressing the following function: “Energy consumption divided by energy index"

Use a log processing trend log to compute how much the light level differs from the natural light level. For this calculation you use the formula expressing the following function: "natural light level minus light level in the room".

Use a log processing trend log to store in a new log the average, or the minimum or the maximum temperature for a given period of time. You can log this value along with, or instead of, the value of the temperature. It can be further used by a 3rd party reporting tool. For this calculation you use one of the formulas expressing one of the following functions: "average(temp)" or "min(temp)" or again "max(temp)".

Use a log processing trend log to store in a new log the value of the total energy usage. You can log this value along with, or instead of, the values of the partial energy indicators. For this calculation you use the formula expressing the following function: "a sum of energy usage measured by multiple meters where there is no main meter".

Mathematical Operators Used in Calculations

The formulas for the calculations use operators discribed in the C++ Mathematical Expression Toolkit Library (ExprTk). For more information, see: https://github.com/ArashPartow/exprtk Scroll down to [SECTION 01 - CAPABILITIES] and [SECTION 02 - EXAMPLE EXPRESSIONS].

For instance, use:

(01) Basic operators: +, -, *, /, %, ^

(02) Assignment: :=, +=, -=, *=, /=, %=

(03) Equalities & Inequalities: =, ==, <>, !=, <, <=, >, >=

(04) Logic operators: and, mand, mor, nand, nor, not, or, shl, shr, xnor, xor, true, false

Non-Persisted Data

If data isn't persisted, calculation will be executed on the latest value while data is received. The latest value can change value until the period is finished. If data is persisted, calculation on the latest value will be executed first when the period is done. Views can then differ between a non-persisted log and a persisted log.

To create a log processing trend log item
  1. In the Choosing the Type and Naming the Object dialog box of the Create Object wizard, Name box, type the name of your trend log.

  2. In the Path box, select the folder where you want to create the log processing trend logs.

  3. In the Description box, type a description for the trend log.

  4. Click Next .

  5. In the Configure Log Processing Trend Log Item dialog box of the Create Object wizard, in the Log reference box, select the unique identifier of your trend log.

  6. In the Name box, type the name of your trend log.

  7. In the Calculation type box, select the calculation type for your trend log.

  8. In the Use last know value , select True to use the last know value from the trend log.

  9. In the Log unit , enter the input unit of your log.

  10. In the Target unit , enter the output unit of your log.

  11. In the Log guid , select the unique identifier of the log.

  12. Click Create .

  • Log Processing Trend Log
  • Create Object Wizard - Configure Log Processing Trend Log
  • Configure Log Processing Trend Log Item Dialog Box
  • Log Processing Trend Log - Basic Tab
  • Creating a Log Processing Trend Log
  • Configuring Log Processing Trend Log