Data is viewed in Info360 primarily through either Charts or Dashlets.

Click the link below for details about specific topics:


Charts are a quick way to visualize and interact with data from sensors. For more information, refer to Charts.

There are four types of Charts available in Info360:

Historical Chart - The default chart displays a timeseries of data in an interactive interface

Gauge Chart - Gauge Charts show a current snapshot of the latest sensor reading relative to a pre-set scale

Status Chart - Status Charts show the status of a group of sensors over a 24 hour period

Pump Efficiency Chart - Pump efficiency curves show where the pump is operating along its pump curve for a selected window of time.


Unlike other features in Info360, Charts are not saved and stored within the Command Center. Instead, Charts can be quickly created for any sensor in two ways:

The Chart Tab

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The Chart tab in Command Center is a tool to create charts from scratch for any sensor.

This tab gives access to configuration tools explained in the links below.

Selecting any sensor from the Map View

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Click any sensor on the map to open its information window. From here, links give access to create a Historical or Gauge Chart.


The following pages provide information for using each of the Chart and Gauge user interface windows:


Info360 Dashlets are customizable visual tiles that can display network information in a range of formats. For more information, refer to Dashlets.




Displays a timeseries of the selected sensor or group of sensors. Functions can be applied to the timeseries of data to display a variety of output data, such as a simple flow rate sensor could be used to plot the average total flow per month over the past year. For more information, refer to Dashlets-Chart.


Displays a table of the specified sensor's timeseries data. For more information, refer to Dashlets-Table.


Displays a window with readings of the two compared sensors. Arrow buttons at sides of window can switch the displayed time of measurement. For more information, refer to Dashlets-Comparison.


Displays an adjustable Google map with indicators at the selected sensors. Click and drag the   icon to access Google street view. For more information, refer to Dashlets-Map.


Displays a table of Alerts that can be organized to sort either by Sensor or by Alert Category. For more information, refer to Dashlets-Alert.


Displays a scatter plot for comparing two sensors as x and y coordinates. This can be used to view how a pump is performing along its pump curve. For more information, refer to Dashlets-Scatter.


Displays content from an external site. This can include a variety of applications from weather feeds or videos. For more information, refer to Dashlets-External.


Displays an image or PDF file. This can be used to display schematics, as-built drawings, etc. For more information, refer to Dashlets-Image.

Rich Text

Allows you to add free-form texts to a workspace. This could be a caption to a chart or Biz Block, or static texts describing the workspace. For more information, refer to Dashlets-RichText.


Dashlets can be created or edited from the Dashlet tab in the Command Center


For information on the setup and configuration, refer to the Dashlets page.

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