- Welcome to FireBoard
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- Account & Activation FAQ
- Connect to Bluetooth
- Bluetooth FAQ
- Connect to WiFi
- WiFi FAQ
FireBoard App & Cloud
- Advanced Settings
- Voice Control Devices
- FireBoard Cloud API
- FireBoard App & Cloud FAQ
FireBoard 2 Series
- Screen Views
- Device Specifications
- FBX2 Series FAQ
- FBX11 Operations
- FBX11 Screen Views
- FBX11 Probes
- FBX11 Specifications
- FBX11 FAQ
Yoder ACS Controller
- FireBoard + Yoder
- Yoder FAQ
- Drive Basics
- Drive Fan Cable
- Compatible Fans
- Drive Blower
- Fan Installation
- Powering Your Fan
- Using a Fan with Fire
- Drive Programs
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- Drive FAQ
- Probe Types
- Probe Care & Maintenance
- Probe FAQ
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Power Test
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- Repairs & Warranty
- Factory Reset
- FireBoard Beta Program
The Dashboard is the page you land on when you open the App. If you are not currently running a session, the most recent session date will be displayed at the top.
When the App is opened and a session is in progress (the FireBoard is on and probe is connected), you have two view options: “Detail” and “Chart”.
If you are in the Detail view, tap “Chart” in the top right corner.
The “Chart View” will display current real-time temperatures across the top of the screen. The temperature data is also rendered into the chart at the bottom of the screen. Tapping a data series on the chart will display time and temperature information about the highlighted point. Double tapping or pinching the chart will zoom in to a smaller time resolution; drag the chart left or right to pan through the time series.
Tapping the three dots next to the session title allows you to:
- Take Photo: opens the camera on your device. You can take a photo and add a note to the session.
- Add Note: add a note to the session. From here, you can also add a photo.
- Edit Session: edit session details, including title, start and end times, and description.
Tapping the session title bar will display a Session Detail page. Here you can view the session chart and swipe right to view Session Notes and photos. Tapping the Pencil icon will also allow you to edit the session. Learn more about sessions here.
If a fan is connected, tap “Drive” in the top right to change Drive views.
See the Drive section to learn more about Drive functions.
If you are in Chart view, tap “Detail” in the top right corner.
The Detail view provides a more detailed view of your current temperature data. The channels are stacked vertically down the screen, displaying not only the current temperature but also the max/min values of alerts set, a last updated timestamp, and a sparkline chart displaying the channel’s temperature data.
Tapping the channel row will open the Manage Channel screen where you can change your channel label, add alerts, and manage notifications.
Tapping the sparkline chart for the channel will open the “Single Channel View” screen, featuring a zoomable chart for the channel’s data, as well as a date range tool to view historical temperature data. Up to two weeks of data can be displayed on a single channel chart. The Calendar icon in the top allows you to change the time range view while the Pencil takes to you to the Manage Channel option.
In the Detail view, tapping on the left side of a channel row, near the temperature and channel name, allows you to customize the channel via the “Manage Channel” screen.
- Open the FireBoard App.
- If you are in the “Chart” view, tap Detail in the top right corner.
- Tap the left side of the row for the channel you want to edit.
To change the channel name, tap the current channel name on the right side of the screen and enter the new channel name.
You can also set an alert and manage notifications on the “Manage Channel” screen.
Tapping on the right side of the channel row, on the chart, shows the “Channel Detail” screen. The Calendar/Clock icon allows you to view differnt time ranges for the channel. The Pencil icon will take you to the “Manage Channel” screen. You can tap the channel name/temperature on the left on this screen to reach the “Manage Channel” options.