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Sensor Failures

The Sensor Failures query displays a list of sensor failures that occurred for the selected depot and date range.

Depots
Select the depot to query or select All to include all depots.
Start date / End date
Select the date range for the query. You can search up to 31 days at a time, up to 6 months prior to today. Click the calendar icon to open a pop-up calendar and select a date, then click Go.

 

The date range defaults to the last two weeks. After you select a different date range, the selected date range is used until you log out.

Summary Table

Click a table column heading to sort by that column.

Column Description
Depot The depot name
Position The count of position sensor failure types for the selected date range.
Odometer The count of odometer sensor failure types for the selected date range.
Communication The count of communication sensor failure types for the selected date range.
Speedometer The count of speedometer sensor failure types for the selected date range.
Total The total number of sensor failures in the depot for the selected date range.
TOTAL Totals across all listed depots

Click export to export this data to Microsoft Excel.

Click a depot name to view all sensor failures by driver for that depot, or click the sensor failure type to see that type of sensor failure by driver for the depot.

Related tasks

Run the Sensor Failure Query


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