Explore the LoopEdge Dashboard features to view statistics about the LoopEdge IPC (Industrial PC) device. The main LoopEdge Dashboard contains the following components:
The Navigation Panel
The left side of the LoopEdge Dashboard contains the Navigation Panel. You can access all the components, features, and configuration settings from the panel on the LoopEdge Web User Interface.
|Dashboard||The Main LoopEdge Dashboard. Shows the CPU, Memory, and Network usage charts. Dashboard Charts contains detailed information.|
|DataHub||Activate and display connections to the cloud via LoopEdge. Configure LoopCloud Connectivity contains detailed information about DataHub.|
|Integration||Activate and display Integration Connectors for database connectivity with LoopEdge. Integration contains detailed information.|
|DeviceHub||The main LoopEdge component for setting up connections to PLC devices. DeviceHub Overview contains detailed information.|
|Applications||Install new applications and display currently installed applications for enhancing LoopEdge with databases and scripting languages. Explore the LoopEdge Marketplace contains detailed information about Applications.|
|OPC UA||Configure the built-in OPC UA server for browsing LoopEdge devices and tags through OPC UA clients. OPC UA Overview contains detailed information.|
|Flows||Enables flexible data processing, notifications, and data storage through a visual programming language. LoopEdge Flows contains detailed information.|
|System||License Activation, Version, and other information and configurations for LoopEdge. LoopEdge System contains detailed information on System Settings.|
The Settings gear switches the currently displayed charts on the Dashboard.
CPU Utilization - Usage of processing resources, or the amount of work handled by the IPC. The y-axis represents the percentage of the CPU utilization and the x-axis represents time.
Memory Usage - Displays both cache and actual memory usage for the LoopEdge system. The y-axis of the graph represents the memory used in megabytes and the x-axis represents time.
Network In/Out - Network In represents download speed while the Network Out graph represents the upload speeds. The graph displays Network Speed in mbps (megabits per second). The y-axis represents the usage and the x-axis represents time.