What you describe is certainly possible, but let’s first clarify that you want to use the “time picker” in the upper right (Last 15 min, Last 7 days, Previous Month, etc.), so that you get just one single value for the total consumption over the chosen time period?

If yes, then you probably want a Stat panel that looks something like this, correct?

Here is what the Stat Panel graph looks like over the Last 3 hours view using the Last choice in the calculation dropdown on the right. 180 kW is the most recent power consumption value.

It might be worth flipping the Table View toggle switch at the top of the screen to see your values. I cannot see your Kwh usage per minute or per hour (no labels on the y-axis), but at first glace you have a value of 53652 over 3 hours and 89407 over 6 hours. Do either of these values make sense?

Glad that gives you the results you want. Please mark the above as Solution.

Now, you state that you want a time series graph, but earlier I asked if you want to use the “time picker” in the upper right (Last 15 min, Last 7 days, Previous Month, etc.), so that you get just one single value for the total consumption over the chosen time period (i.e. a Stat Panel with the Difference in the calculation dropdown)? In the Stat Panel, you can include the Sparkline which shows the trend over the time period (so that you can at least see if it’s rising, falling or staying the same). But I do not see how you can display a time series graph AND display the difference value on the same panel. Have you considered using 2 panels, like this?

I would like to have two panels, so one tells me my total consumption in the given period, and the other gives me a more detailed graf in the given period like you showed in the picture

I just can’t find the way to insert difference in time series graf of graf (old)