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Author Topic: How do you send an email when DX7000 goes off?  (Read 10718 times)

PajamaGuy

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How do you send an email when DX7000 goes off?
« on: December 20, 2007, 04:58:53 AM »

Feeling pretty dumb, but I can't see how to have AHP send me an email when the DX7000 goes off?
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Re: How do you send an email when DX7000 goes off?
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2007, 09:26:08 AM »

Feeling pretty dumb, but I can't see how to have AHP send me an email when the DX7000 goes off?

PajamGuy: You have to set a macro for each sensor (DS10A, MS10A) to send an email. Of course you would only want it to do this when armed, so use that as a macro condition.

There is no direct link between AHP/OnAlert and the PS561 base station, nor can macros be triggered by the ALL LIGHTS ON / ALL UNITS OFF power line commands sent out when the alarm is triggered. So direct actions based on the sensors is the only way.
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Re: How do you send an email when DX7000 goes off?
« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2007, 10:18:34 AM »

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There is no direct link between AHP/OnAlert and the PS561 base station,

BUT there can be a link between a DS10A triggered by the DS7000 and AHP/OnAlert.† ;)

You can do this by having a DS10A that is wired to a UM506.† Instead of the DS10A wires going to a magnetic switch, wire them to he UM506 instead. This DS10A is then only registered with ONAlert and NOT in the DS7000 console.
When the DS7000 alarm is tripped, the DS7000 sends an All Lights On/All Units Off.† The All Lights On/All Units Off only gets heard by the UM506. The UM506 responds to the All Units Off and turns itself off thereby opening itís contact and causing the DS10A, which is registered with AHP/OnAlert,† to send itís Tripped code to the OnAlert software via the DS10A/CM15A RF signal.†

you can use this to trigger a macro to send an e-mail.

The good part about this setup is that you only need ONE DS10A that is registered with AHP to accomplish a macro trigger.† you don't have to register all of your sensor into AHP.
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Re: How do you send an email when DX7000 goes off?
« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2008, 12:26:20 PM »

spankyboy10: And others... please do not post the same question in 2 places on the forum. While I was replying to this one, Tuicemen was helping you solve the problem in the other one.
« Last Edit: January 29, 2008, 12:52:43 PM by Puck »
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