Each individual logger has its own page, and it is a central way to manage the settings of any single Logmore QR logger, as well as to review its measurement and scan location history.
The easiest way to locate a single logger is to go to the Loggers page (left navigation panel), search for the logger, and click on the logger's ID in the table. Check this article for more details about the Loggers page and search options.
A logger's page will have a box with Logger Information, from where you can edit its settings and metadata.
Change Logger Name
Each logger can be set to have a name for easier identification.
Click Edit, enter the new name, then click Save. Press Cancel to exit the editing mode without saving the changes.
You can add notes to specify for which purposes the logger is used (optional).
Each logger has a unique ID with which it can be identified. This information cannot be changed.
The model of the logger defines the sensors it has.
It shows the frequency with which the logger takes measurements for each available sensor. These settings can be configured, see this article for details.
Calibrations and certificates
Click Calibrations and certificates to access and/or download the certificates of the logger.
If a logger is not actively in use anymore it can be archived for it to not show up searches.
Archived loggers can be accessed using the Loggers search by adding a filter "Archived - is - true". See more details on archiving loggers in this article. Note that it is not the same as deactivating loggers.
Public read access
Allow the public read access to allow your customers or employees without their own accounts access to the data. Click on the toggle: if it's green, public access is allowed.
When 'Public read access' is on, the data of the logger can be accessed by anyone who scans its QR code. The user will not need to have a Logmore Cloud account and specific permissions. It's useful when the measurement data needs to be checked en route (for example, by the customs). However, always consider the data safety and switch this function on only when it's needed.
You can also grant public access to individual Missions in their settings (check this article on pubic access for Missions). For adjusting read and view access within your teams, read more on team management and permissions here.
Auto-stop missions on scan
Missions can be set to end automatically on scan in the logger's default settings. This means that after the Mission is started, the following scanning of the QR code will end the Mission and the report will be created. You can also apply this function in Missions templates, regardless of whether it's on or off in the logger's settings, see this article for more details.
You should select auto-stop missions on the scan if only one scan is planned to take place at the end of the mission. If the Mission has accidentally ended earlier than the shipment, its timeline can be edited in Logmore Cloud.