The Peek ADMS Diagram updates in realtime as the network and telemetry changes when the browser or device is online. Alternatively, install the Peek native mobile app to take the full diagram offline with you.
The Peek ADMS Diagram plugin is mobile friendly, with no ActiveX or installation required. It is entirely HTML5, runs out of the box in any modern browser, and it’s designed for touch.
Peek ADMS Diagram integrates with Zepben EDNAR (Network Access Register) for full cradle-to-grave support of planned work using your ADMS diagram.
Peek ADMS Diagram feature contains its own open source data models. The diagram and most features are usable when completely isolated from the ADMS. Peek runs multiple loaders to synchronise the Peek data models with the ADMS live network state in real-time.
Search for equipment by name, alias, or other properties. Then position on them within the network diagram.
Run traces based on the ADMS connectivity model. These trace configurations are imported from the ADMS.
Export the Peek ADMS Diagram to PDF. You can select to export either a traced part of the network or export the current viewable area.
Toggle between conductor colour by voltage or the conductor colour by feeder.
Switch between standard dark ADMS diagram mode and light mode with a white background.
The Peek Diagram architecture crunches all the data server side, providing ready to go, highly compressed display grids for the desktop and mobile devices. Leaving a lite workload and a fast diagram on the mobile and desktop devices.
Switch between network normal and current states.
Create custom integrations with the network diagram.
For example, create a plugin to dynamically show field crew next to equipment on the ADMS Diagram when their in the vicinity.