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Events are changes of conditions in the icom Data Suite or at the router that can be used to trigger an action upon their occurrence.
The following events are available at the moment:
- Digital data point has changed: A digital data point (like a flag, an input at the router or an element of a control) has changed its condition (level) to "1" or "0" or regardless of the initial state. A pulse sequence can also be counted for an input. A pulse of a pulse sequence must be present for at least 100 ms. A pulse sequence will be closed if the level does not change any more for more than 2 seconds.
- Analogue data point has changed: An analogue data point (like a flag, a Modbus register or an element of a control) is higher (exceeds), lower (underruns), equal, not equal to, greater or equal or less or equal than / to an user-defined value or the value of a selected data point, or has changed compared to the last readout.
- String data point has changed: A string data point (like a system status is equal or not equal to an user-defined value or has changed compared to the last readout.
- Timer expired: A fix set time has been reached, a countdown has expired or an interval has expired.
- Stopwatch timer exceeds value: The selected stopwatch timer has exceeded the specified time.
- SMS has been received: Optionally, a contact phone number and/or SMS text can be specified to determine whether the incoming SMS is considered as an event.
- MQTT message has been received: Optionally, a topic and/or a text as well as the QoS can be specified to determine whether the incoming MQTT message is considered as an event.
- Device has been read: A connected device (like a Modbus device or a control) has been read out according to its polling interval.
- Connection state has changed: The connection to a device or service has changed its state to "connected" or "disconnected".
- Setting of data point failed: Setting of a data point can fail for various reasons, like data point does not exist or is only readable, value is outside the permissible range, etc.
- Application has been started: This event will also be triggered with a restart of the router.
- Message has been prepared: A message has been prepared for dispatch. The event occurs before the dispatch of this message and does not mean that the message has been dispatched successfully.
- Woke up from sleep mode: The sleep mode ends with the expiry of the specified period, a reset of the router, a temporary power loss of the router or the change of a router input condition. This functionality depends on a certain hardware equipment and is not available for all routers.
- Datalog entry written: This event occurs, if a dataset has been written to the selected datalog. The write process could have been triggered by an action or periodically.
- Datalog load limit reached: This event occurs, if the common storage capacity of all configured datalogs together reaches the specified load in percent.
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