Notification Types
  • 26 May 2020
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Notification Types

This Technical Tip covers the four types of Notifications that can be sent from the TraceableLIVE® Device Cloud.

Four Notification Types

TraceableLIVE® Cloud Service sends out four types of Notifications:

  1. Excursion Notification - A parameter (Temperature, CO2, etc.) has exceeded set limits. This is the most time-sensitive notification and as a result, it is issued immediately upon detection by the Datalogger, even if it is between logging intervals.
  2. Lost Connectivity Notification - Connection to the internet has been lost. Since Dataloggers store data, this type of notifications are not issued immediately. It will be issued after a 4.5x interval of time, time span. For example, for a data logging interval of 30 minutes, if the device has failed to log in 4.5 x 30 or 135 minutes, the the Lost Connectivity Notification will be issued.
  3. Low Battery Notification - When battery power has fallen below 20%, an audible notification is issued (the Datalogger will beep), and a remote notification is issued. Only one Low Battery Notification is sent per 24-hour period.
  4. Calibration Due - Your device's calibration is almost expired. In order to maintain traceability, visit Calibration Services or contact us to re-calibrate or replace your device with a new Datalogger.

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