We understand that from time to time, the sensor data captured over time may need to be exported for import into another platform, or simply for record-keeping purposes. In iAuditor, users with the “Sensor Access” permission can always access historical sensor data and export them.

This article shows you how to export your organization’s sensor data to CSV on the web app and the mobile app. You can also access and export data from sensors that are archived at any time!

Before you begin

You must have the “Sensor Access” permission in order to access sensor-related data in your organization and export sensor data to CSV. Learn more about permissions and how you can assign them as an administrator.

Please note that export to CSV is currently not supported for data feeds, such as local weather. If this is an important feature for you, please let us know by providing your feedback.

Export sensor data to CSV

Web app

  1. Log in to the iAuditor web app.
  2. Select “Sensors” from the menu on the left-hand side.
  3. Find and click the sensor you wish to export data from.
  4. By default, the sensor graph and CSV export use the range of “Past 24 hours”. You can click the dropdown menu above the graph to select the date range of data you wish to export.
  5. Click the 3 dots on the upper-right of the page.
  6. Select “Download CSV” to export the sensor data to CSV.
  7. Repeat from step 3 for any other sensor data you wish to export to CSV.

Mobile app

  1. Open the iAuditor mobile app.
  2. Tap “More” at the lower-right corner of your screen.
  3. Select “Sensors” from the list of options.
  4. Find and tap the sensor you wish to export data from.
  5. By default, the sensor graph and CSV export use the range of “Past 24 hours”. You can tap the dropdown menu above the graph to select the date range of data you wish to export.
  6. Tap the 3 dots at the upper-right corner of your screen.
  7. Select “Download CSV” to export the sensor data to CSV.
  8. Repeat from step 4 for any other sensor data you wish to export to CSV.

CSV format

Column HeaderDescription
uidThe unique identifier of the sensor in iAuditor.
device_idThe ID number of the sensor.
timeThe time of the reading in the sensor’s selected timezone.
signalThe sensor signal strength percentage.
batteryThe sensor battery percentage.
temperature (C)The temperature reading in Celcius.
temperature (F)The temperature reading in Fahrenheit.
humidityThe humidity reading in relative humidity.
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