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About This Guide#

Welcome to the analytics guide for the Amatis Lighting Control System. In this guide, you'll find straightforward explanations of the data graphing interface. Whether you're looking to see if a space was occupied yesterday, or see when the lights turned off last week, this guide will walk you through the process with ease.

Necessary Parts#

The following parts will be necessary to complete this guide:

  1. A functional Amatis lighting controls system
  2. Amatis/Luum devices active and reporting data

System Setup#

Before getting started with data graphing, ensure the site has an active internet connection. Once you are logged into the app and devices have been collecting historical data, analytics can begin.


Selecting Datapoints#

Before graphing any data, datapoints need to be selected. Search by device and display name, and check the datapoint(s) to be graphed.


Devices are typically found by their name, ID (last four of their MAC address), or by searching for a location. "Display name" refers to the name of the datapoint. See the table below for common datapoint names to search for:

Channel 1 Output level for some devices
Current Measured current
Humid Measured humidity
Light Measured light level
Occupied The occupancy state of a sensor
Power Measured power
St chX Output level for X-PoE and PHD channels (replace X with channel)
St PX Output level for X-PoE ports (replace X with port)
Temp Measured temperature
Voltage Measured voltage


Not all devices will have the same datapoints. Devices with multiple inputs or outputs will have input/output specific datapoints.

Graphing Data#

Once datapoints have been selected, the data can be graphed. Select "Graph It!" to graph the data.


The chart type, period, unit, and time can all be adjusted using the options above the graph.

  • Adjust the "Time" option to choose when data should be displayed from.
  • Adjust the "Unit" option to see data on a more or less granular level.
  • Highlight the graph horizontally to zoom in on a shorter period of time.

These are just some of the ways to customize the graph and view data in various ways.

Graph Options#

Select the "Options" button in the top right to view additional graphing options.


  • "Save Chart" allows the chart to be saved and viewed later.
  • "Share Chart" generates a link to the chart to be shared with others.
  • "Clear Filters" clears all the filters and resets the chart.
  • "Exports" allows the chart to be exported as a csv or image file.