The tdheatmap_m macro is another way to get the temperature information. Run the macro to display additional columns such as Date, Time, DatabaseName, TableName, and CylinderId.
Note that when using the macro, you cannot SELECT particular columns or use the WHERE clause.
The macro tdheatmap_m is created automatically using the tdheatmap table function. It takes the AMP number as an input parameter and is created in the DBC database.
And the resulting output: