Use the following guidelines to filter the Systems List by numeric values, such as Current Power, Today’s Energy, or % of Estimated.
Enter the value that you want to filter by along with operator symbols, like “=” or “>” in the field at the top of the column. Enlighten accepts the operator syntax shown in the following table.
|> X||Greater than X||> 10|
|>= X||Greater than or equal to X||>= 10|
|< X||Less than X||< 10|
|<= X||Less than or equal to X||<= 10|
|X..Y||Range of X to Y||10..15|
|!= X||value is not X||!=10|
|NULL||value is empty|
|!=NULL||value is not empty|
If you don’t enter a unit of measurement, Enlighten assumes you mean kWh for energy and W for power. For example, >= 30 in the Today’s Energy field displays systems that have produced >= 30 kWh today.
Enlighten accepts the following prefixes for energy (Wh) and power (W): k (1,000),
M (1,000,000), G (1,000,000,000), T (1,000,000,000,000). You can also enter decimal points, for example <5.5 kWh. Spaces are ignored, so <7 is the same as < 7. Do not enter the thousandths separator (use 1000, not 1,000).
For example, to list systems that have produced 50 MWh or more of Lifetime Energy:
- Enter >= 50 MWh in the Lifetime field.
- Click the Search icon or press Enter.
Enlighten doesn’t validate your filter criteria so if you enter invalid values, Enlighten returns no result.