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Key Version 3.2 Features


PressureMAP™ 3.2 is the most powerful version of the application yet. If you are currently using Version 2.0, here are some of the new features you can expect to see when you upgrade:
  • New Leak Location Tool. This powerful graphing application works beautifully for both single and dual feed cables. Combine this tool with the Online Calculator, and you've got a faster, more streamlined, web browser-accessible version of our popular Leak-o-Matic Gizmo.
  • Multiple My Offices Lists. Now you can specify more than just one My Offices list selection. If you're interested in consolidating selected offices into different groups, this new feature makes it possible. Once you define your lists in Setup and assign them a unique name, aadrop-down box is provided on each My Offices display to give you quick access to all of your office lists.
  • New Setup Selections. Expanded View Option: If selected in Setup, all Device Status Views will include device readings for Curr, Last, Tdy, -1, through -6 and Wk-1 through Wk-4. Normally, just the Curr, Tdy and Wk-1 readings are displayed. Office Last Connect Preference: The Last Connection column of the All Offices and My Offices displays can be set up to show how long ago (in days, hours and minutes) that the most recent outgoing PressureMAP Call or incoming monitoring system Alert took place. You can choose to see only the most recent connection, whether it results from a PressureMAP call to the office monitor or an incoming monitor alert, or you can specify to see the latest call and the latest alert.
  • New View Options By Reading. From any of PressureWEB's Device Status View pages, it is now possible to select a view option by reading. When you do, a popup window appears that allows you to enter device reading criteria for the report. You can select a specific device type to view (or leave the text box blank for all device types). You can also define a reading operator (<, <=, >, >=, etc.), set a device reading filter, such as a numeric relationship (5 psi, 6 psi, etc.) or one of many verbose reading possibilities (SHRT, ERR, etc). The popup window also includes a check box to select the Devices Not Reading report, which was the previous PressureWEB version's default option.
  • New View Options By Cable. Another new Device Status View display option allow you to sort device information by cable in ascending order. Not only is this a convenient method of seeing what types of monitoring devices are installed on a cable, it also consolidates address information for your important monitoring devices on each cable.
  • Device Comments. For quite a long while PressureMAP™ has offered users the ability to add comments pertaining to a monitoring device in the Specific Device Information Screen. Now you can do the same using PressureWEB. A new link located on the Specific Device Information display's navigation bar (Device Links, View/Add Comment) produces a popup window with a text box where you can add a comment or view previously added ones. A total of eight comments will be retained on the Device Comments Screen.

    To make it easy to identify which devices in an office have comments associated with them, the various Device Status View displays now include a Comment Tag in the upper right corner of the Device # field if there is an associated comment(s). These tags display how many comments are available for viewing (listing a number between one to eight). They also have a colored background which indicates how log ago the most recent comment was added. If you place your mouse pointer over a Comment Tag, the browser will briefly display the associated comments in a roll-over text box. Clicking a tag will produce the Device Comments Screen, where you can also view the existing comments and/or add one or more of your own.
  • Spanish Language Support. PressureWEB's installation process has be modified slightly in Version 3.01 to allow you to select either English or Spanish as your default PressureWEB viewing language. You can also change from one language to the other when using PressureWEB by clicking the Setup link and selecting English or Espanol from the new Language Preference drop-down menu. For Spanish speaking PressureWEB users, you'll notice that all of the column headings, popup window content, and even the Setup window PressureWEB Preference information will be displayed in Spanish.
  • User-selected Reports. With the release of PressureMAP Version 28, PressureWEB will include a new Reports link on the main navigation bar. This link generates a popup box from which you can choose to display the various PressureMAP text-formatted reports that have been enabled for your system. Among the commonly used reports are Dispatch Priorities, Dispatch Histories, CPAMS Information and the Standards Reports.
  • Data Export Utility. To make it easy for management personnel to download PressureWEB's Device Status View information for individaual offices, PressureWEB now includes a powerful data export utility. When you click the Data Export link on the Tools menu, the program generates a popup window that includes all of the data for the office in a scrollable spreadsheet format. You can highlight individual rows for export or press a Select All button. Pressing the Create Export File button downloads the data directly into an Excel spreadsheet on your PC. You can then reformat or rearrange it for your particular needs.
  • Office Dashboard. PressureWEB's View Options menu has a link, available from the All Offices or My Offices displays, to a new Office Dashboard utility. This popup window provides a graphical diaplay of the current, combined System Quality Index (SQIs) rating for the offices, plus SQI Histories for the past six days and for the past four weeks. A Device Status pie graph shows the percentage and number of monitoring devices that are Above Standard, Below Standard, and Not Reading. Finally, a colorful bar graph renders Daily and Weekly Alarm History Information, specifically the number of alarms that have occurred for the periods represented.
  • Office View By Alarm Priority. The PressureWEB View Options menu on the All Offices or My Offices screens now includes a link that will generate a list of the critical four star (****) priority alarms that pertain to the listed offices. PressureWEB ranks the alarms according to severity, with the most critical ones appearing on the top of the display. This makes it easy for you to quickly identify the alarms that have the potential to do the most damage to your system. Included on the display are the following columns: office name, device number, device type, current reading, alarm rating (currently all qualifying four star alarms), and condition (the device reading that caused the alarm).
Included in the Version 03.02.05 Incremental Update
  • Office Stickmaps. Arrangements can now be made to have PressureWEB link to PDF versions of your office stickmaps. The stickmap files can be accessed from any of the Device Status Views in an office or from the Specific Device Information Screen. Please contact us at the number above regarding this new service.
  • Trouble Displays. One of the newest additions to PressureWEB 3.2 is drop-down menu with links to four important reports: Pipe Pressure, Pipe Flow, Air Dryers and System Errors. These Trouble displays can be accessed from the All Offices / My Offices listings and from any of the Device Status Views.

    The Pipe Pressure display lists all of the pipes in the office or offices that are below the EP standard of 7.5 psi, with the lowest EPs placed at the top of the report. The Pipe Flow display identifies the pipes that have the greatest discrepancy between the SF (source flow) and the sum of the individual manifold flows. This report also includes EP device information. The Troubled Air Dryers identify, by Office and Device #, any $A or CA devices that are in alarm. It ranks them, from top to bottom, according to the most recent alarm time. Finally, the existing System Errors list, which has been available in prior versions of PressureWEB, has been moved into the Troubles menu.
  • OAU Column Addition. PressureWEB's Device Status Views have been updated in the latest addition to Version 3.2 to include an OAU column. OAU information, which is provided on the various device displays for all flow devices, is included in a column located between the device type (TP) column and the current reading (Curr) column. The location of this information makes it easy to quickly reference what a device is flowing relative to its calculated Optimum Air Usage value.
  • SF Device Flow Information. The PressureWEB Device Status by Pipe and Device Status by Location views now include a gray-colored background and hyperlink for all SF devices in the TP (device type) column. Clicking the link produces a popup window with a table that displays important air flow and end pipe pressure (EP) information pertaining to the pipe. The data provided includes the SF OAU, the SF Flow (actual TDY reading), the percentage of OAU that the SF flow represents, the total MF OAU, the total MF flows, and the EP device psi value and quantity, if applicable.
  • Office Last Connect Preference. This Setup selection allows you to display either the last Call or Alert that has occurred between PressureMAP / PressureWEB and the office monitor or the last Call and Alert. This information, which includes the number of minutes, hours, days, is displayed in the Last Connect column of the All Offices or My Offices displays.
  • New Alarm Priority Option. Selecting this option from the All Offices or My Offices display generates a screen that lists all of the four star (****) alarms in the various offices. The alarms are ranked according to severity by the PressureMAP software, with the most critical alarms appearing at the top of the list. You can also choose to specify the Alarm Priority office list as your default All Offices or My Offices display, if desired, by selecting Alarm Priority from the Office List Sort Preference drop-down box in Setup Preferences.
  • New Device Status by Cable Option. Selecting this option will sort the device report for an office by cable, in ascending order, with a secondary sort on Device #. This display provides another helpful way of viewing associated device information and readings.
We're pretty sure you'll be happy with these new PressureWEB improvements, and we know that the capabilities of this latest PressureWEB version will offer you more control in customizing your application, displaying / printing report information, and getting the most out your time on line. For more information about the capabilities of PressureWEB 3.2, refer to the Capabilities Overview.