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Hi Team,

How can I display multiple graphs for 1 sensor with just the particular channels I am interested in. A graph with 10 channels is unreadable. This could be as a map, report, anything.

I've set up PRTG to collect the data I want. But I won't be able to buy licenses until I can also cleanly display the data to management. Please help!

graphs maps reports

Created on Apr 10, 2019 6:11:09 AM by  TomKB (0) 1

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Hi TomKB,

Thank you for your post.

In PRTG it's not possible to display graphs of one Sensor where each of them displays a different channel. However, it's possible to select certain channels in the graphs in the "Live Data", "2 Days", "30 Days",... tab of the corresponding Sensor. Furthermore, it's possible to display the each channel separately as a "Gauge". If this works for you, please follow these steps:

  1. In PRTG, click on "Maps" in the upper bar
  2. Create a new Map
  3. Switch to the "Map Designer" tab
  4. Select the corresponding Sensor on the left side
  5. Select the map object "Status Icon > Channel (XXX)" and add it via Drag & Drop

    For more detailed information, please follow these links:

Created on Apr 10, 2019 10:39:03 AM by  Moritz Heller [Paessler Support]

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