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Export Data

Follow these steps to export your data.

  1. Go to Share > Export Data.

  2. Click Export Data in the top right corner. A Export Data dialog will appear.


    You can either manually enter the settings for your data export or select an Export template from the list.

  3. Enter a title for the data export.

  4. Select the devices for the data export.

  5. Select the time zone for the data export.


    • UTC option will only support Device resolution, 5-minute values, 10-minutes values, 15-minutes values, or 1-hour averages.

    • When exporting data in Site time it will only be possible to select Aggregate Site or Device. If the selected sites/devices are from multiple time zones then only the One file per aggregate option will be available.

  6. Select the time interval for the data you want to export.

  7. Select how you want to aggregate the data.


    If you aggregate by Site or Portfolio you cannot set the Device resolution.

  8. Enable the Include signals file toggle if you want to include signal data.

  9. Select the signals you want to display in the data export. You can either select all available signals or select specific signals individually.

  10. Enable the Include raw counter values toggle if you want to add those values to the file.


    The raw counter values can only be exported for counter signals like energy export.

  11. Select the data resolution.


    If device resolution is selected, you cannot aggregate by Site or Portfolio.

  12. Enable the Include status file toggle if you want to export status events with your data.

  13. Select the Lost Production signals you want to display in the export.

  14. Select the Other data signals you want to display in the export.

  15. Select the Status code categories you want to display in the export. Default values is All.

  16. Select One file per aggregate to receive separate data files for each aggregate or One file for all aggregates to receive one combined data file for all devices.

  17. Enter what should be displayed in the Error Value file if no value is available. This is set to NaN (not a number) by default.

  18. Select the Delimiter you want to use in the export. Default values is comma.

  19. Click Save. Your data is now being exported and will be available for download in a few minutes.


    In the Exports table, Click Download in the row of the data export.