Checking the status on Guardian Monitoring
After deploying Guardians and returning from the field, you can check the status of those Guardians in your project from Guardian Monitoring.
Note: You must be a member of the project to be able to see the Guardian Monitoring.
- Site name - The name used for the deployment.
- Guardian's ID - ID of the guardian. We can use the ID to track if the Guardian is deployed to the correct project.
- Site's ID - ID of the site.
- Last deployment date - The latest deployment date.
- Last audio - Time of the latest audio that the Guardian has received. Only GSM Guardian shows the last audio data. The satellite Guardian will show n/a because the satellite Guardian only sends the alert and not the audio.
- Last checkins - Time of the latest diagnostic data that the Guardian has sent to the monitoring.
- Main battery - The remaining battery power in the main battery pack. The main battery gets charged directly from the solar panels through power board. The main battery power should have at least 30% so that the Guardian can send the data to show on monitoring dashboard.
- Internal battery - The remaining battery power in the single backup battery. This battery gets charged through the main logic board which gets the power from the power board. The internal battery will be used as a power source of the Guardian if the main battery is empty. The internal battery power should be at 100% at all time until being used after the main battery is empty.
The color indicates the Guardian's status of the last audio (GSM Guardian only) and last checkins
- Green - The Guardian is online and sending diagnostic data as expected (within 11 hours).
- Yellow - The Guardian has not sent any diagnostic data for more than 12 - hours.
- Red - The Guardian has not sent any diagnostic data for more than 3 days. You need to check on the Guardian.
- Grey - No data