Navigating the Main Dashboard

Modified on Wed, 27 Mar at 9:17 AM


The main dashboard is the first page which you will be greeted with upon logging into your Chargemetrix account.


Along the top of the main dashboard we have a few KPI's which show you a general overview of your connected fleet.

The first KPI shows how many devices you have online or offline, the second gives you an overview of the State of Charge (SoC) of all your assets, and the final KPI provides you with an overview of signal strength for your devices. 

By hovering your cursor over these donut charts you are able to see the exact values of each of the red, amber and green segments. 

Main Table

Below this section we have the main asset table. This table is automatically ranked by worst to best performing asset from top to bottom. 

This table gives the user the details related to all connected devices. The table lists the device name and all connected sensors which have been selected to show in the settings, this includes the battery voltage, state of charge, temperature, GPS, latest report timestamp and more. 

A Red-Amber-Green colour coded system has been implemented to allow ease of visulaising the areas which need user attention for each of the connected sensor data shown. 

Clicking on a device within this table will take the user straight to the dedicated device dashboard. 

Please see our article on 'Navigating the Device Dashboard' to see this in more detail. 

A user can easily search for a device in the table by using the search bar in the top left corner of the table. 

This will reduce the table contents to just the search name. 

To adjust the settings of this table you can access the table settings by clicking on the symbol to the left of the search box. 

From this settings page you can edit which data is shown on the table and whether the table is sorted by voltage or SoC. 

To get back to the main dashboard view simply click on the grey cross in the top left corner. 

Latest Notifications

Back to the main dashboard view to the right hand side of the screen you can find all the latest notifications for your assets, this is sorted by most recent. 

The notifications will give you the device name first, then the alert details and then the timestamp. If you click on one of the notifications it will take you straight to the device dashboard for the notification it relates to. 

At the top of this list you will find a 7 day notification trend graph. This allows the user to keep track of how many alerts are being received over the week time period for their fleet. 

Similar to the KPI donut charts the cursor can be used to hover over this trend graph to give the exact values for the warnings and faults received for each day as shown in the above screenshare.

On the left hand side of the screen is the navigation bar which takes the user to the other dashboards available with Chargemetrix. 

Check out our other articles under 'Dashboards' to learn more about these other dashboards and how to use them. 

Main Dashboard on the Mobile App 

The main dashboard on the mobile app looks as shown below when opening the Chargemetrix app and logging into your account. 

All connected Chargemetrix devices are shown in a list format with only the key information being shown. The list is sorted by worst to best performing based on either battery voltage or state of charge.


To search for a device you can use the search function found in the top left hand side of the screen, represented as a magnifying glass icon. 

The settings button for this dashboard is found in the top right hand of the screen, by clicking on this icon it will take you to the following page.

Similar to the web interface by clicking on the toggle buttons for each item will enable or disable the information being shown on the dashboard. 

Click 'Return and Save' to return to the main dashboard again.


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