RTR widget explained
On the X-axis: the received light sum in Joules/cm2 or PAR moles/m2. On the Y-axis: the average daily (24h) Temperature. For a steady plant balance every dot should be positioned near the trendline.
Set up your RTR widget
Take the following steps to set up your RTR widget:
- Go to Dashboards in the main menu.
- Choose the dashboard you would like to add a widget to.
- Click on the + Add widget button.
- Click on Radiation to Temperature Ratio (beta) widget
- Select the data source for your X-axis (light sum data)
- Select the data source for your Y-axis (Temperature data)
- Fill in your widget title
- Choose the period and select the time for the start of the day. This is used to calculate the average temp, and light sum.
- Fill in your reference points (first and second) for Radiation and Temperature. This is used to create a trendline.
- Click on Create and you are ready to go!
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