In this article you will find more detailed explanations of individual widgets in the be.ENERGISED Dashboard 2.0. This list will be continuously updated.
The data for widgets that display a graph or chart are always updated at night. Widgets that display a total number (the so-called Single KPI widgets) are always updated ad-hoc.
Average Revenue per charging process and day
Indicates the average revenue (charging process costs) per charging process and day. Only "successful" charging processes are taken into account here.
What classifies a charging process as "successful"?
For widgets in Dashboard 2.0, charging processes are successful if they meet the following criteria:
Duration: > 2 minutes, <= 7 days, "no value" excluded.
Consumption: > 1 kWh, <= 500 kWh, "no value" included
Total cost in local currency: >= 0, <= 10,000, "no value" included
Charging processes whose values fall outside these ranges are classified as "unsuccessful".
For a more detailed explanation of the "no value" value, if "no value" is transmitted for the duration, for example, then the charging process is considered "unsuccessful" because "no value" is excluded. The opposite is true for consumption and total cost.
What do the interruptions in the graph, as shown in the picture above, mean?
These interruptions occur when temporarily on a certain day or on certain days no charging processes have taken place at all. Accordingly, there is no data on these days and the graph continues with the next day on which "successful" charging processes have taken place.
Heatmap of charging processes
In the heatmap, you can see the number of charging processes on certain days of the week at certain times of the day.
Note that the data always goes back one week.
Example: Today is Monday and you are looking at the data in the "Thursday" column. You will see the data from last Thursday, i.e. Thursday of the previous week.
If today is Thursday and you are looking at the data in the Wednesday column, then this is the data from last Wednesday, i.e. yesterday.
History of charging processes
In the History of charging processes, only the "successful" charging processes are displayed. You can see when a charging process is "successful" in the info box above.
Map of mobility corridors
This widget also uses the data from the charging processes and the authentication medium. If an authentication medium has charged at a station to which you have access and the same authentication medium charges at another station to which you have access, then a connecting line is drawn here between the two locations.
Number of charging processes/ Total number of charging processes
In the Number of charging processes/ Total number of charging processes widget, both successful and unsuccessful charging processes are included in the total number. The widget thus displays the number of charging processes, which are also displayed under Infrastructure/ Charging processes/ Process list. Total number of charging processes shows you the number of all charging processes performed so far. Number of charging processes shows you the number of charging processes within the time period you have defined.
Number of completed charging processes/ Total number of completed charging processes
Only charging processes that have already been completed are included in this number. If the filter is set to a certain day, then all charging processes that were started on this day and have already been completed are included here. The difference between Number of completed charging processes and Total number of completed charging processes is again that of a total number and a total number within a certain period.
The Reported errors/day are all those error messages that occurred in the station data sheet of the charging stations in the "Errors" tab on that day.
Total credit amount
This displays the total amount of the credit notes you have issued (for example, via the Sub-CPO crediting process).
Version: 2022-07-25 11:44:20 UTC