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Set up an alarm Article rated 3.4/5.0
The ezeio has a very powerful alarm/alert system. For every input channel, you can set up up to four different alarms - each one with a unique threshold for alarm and restore. Each alarm can trigger u...
Cloning (copying) controller settings Article rated 3.0/5.0
The clone feature allows you to copy all settings from one ezeio to another. There are however two requirements that needs to be fulfilled before the clone can complete: * Both ezeio's needs to be on ...
What types of messages can the ezeio send? Article rated 3.0/5.0
Using the "Send Message" action, the ezeio can send the followings types of messages: Email (for example "myemail@server.com") SMS/cell text (enter phone number with + and country code: "+18001231234"...
Communicating input value to a different ezeio Article rated 2.6/5.0
Sometimes it can be useful to read input data from a different ezeio. In this example, we will copy the value of input 10 on ezeio serial ABC001 to input 11 on ezeio serial ABC002. The following steps...
Monitoring run time Article rated 5.0/5.0
The ezeio can easily be set up to monitor run time. First, you will need to set up an input to monitor the on/off state. In this example we will assume input #1 is set up to go into 'alarm' state when...
Input #1 deleteted by accident Article rated 1.0/5.0
Input #1 needs to exist at all times for the ezeio to operate. If you delete it by accident, just add it back with inputs->Add Input.