- Support for more history types, including Boolean and string as well as numeric
- Support for non-Tridium history types such as Trend
- A new summary option that adds totals for numeric histories that indicate the difference between the start and end values, useful for summarising metering histories
- A new email transfer type so the resulting csv file can be emailed as well as ftpd or stored in a file.
Simply load the module, enter your destination FTP/SFTP server details, select the histories you want, set the time range/record count, choose your scheduler interval and that’s it! Marvel at how quickly you not only generated a tidy multicolumn CSV containing the data for 1000’s of meters with a universally compatible timestamp, but also sent it on to its destination. No linking numerous components, no complex wiresheet logic, no transformGraphs, no timestamp formatting, no gap filling/record de-dup. It just works.
ossEasyHistoryExport works by combining all of the elements required to produce a compatible multicolumn CSV file based upon Niagara 4 numeric histories. It handles meters with different logging intervals, provides record count/time range controls, supports FTP/SFTP destinations (with filename -timestamp appending to stop accidental overwrites) as well as including a scheduler to automate uploads on a schedule of your choosing.
- Single Niagara component handles the whole process
- Produces a universally compatible multicolumn CSV
- Select your histories using standard discovery UI
- Choose from an FTP or SFTP server destination
- CSV file generated in RAM, no prematurely wearing out SD cards!
- Combine meters with different logging intervals into the same file
- Selectable timestamp format presets
- Runs on a schedule or manually triggered
- Use multiple instances to separate groups of histories into different destinations