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SimpleComTools, LLC
COM1000
 User Manual
SimpleComTools, LLC
TEMPERATURE
The Temperature tab configures the desired Warning and Alarm values (Set Points) for the COM1000s internal
Temperature sensor.  Options include High Alarm Set Point, High Warning Set Point, Low Warning Set Point and
Low Alarm Set Point:. Actions include sending data out of the serial port, logging to a file, sending IP packets, SMS
or SMTP or IM messages, transporting data via FTP or sending Syslog messages.
The tab makes it simple to configure the analog set points, the warning and alarm messages, as well as the intended
message recipients.
Parameter Name
Descrip
Name
Customized Temperature Name. A free
text field for the NAME of the interface which
will be used in all UDP, TCP, and SMTP alerts. For SMTP and SMS alerts, this will be
seen as the FROM field. Accepts up to 20 characters.
Current Temperature
plays the current Temperature value.
High Temp Alarm Count
Displays the current High Temperature Alarm Count.
This is the number of times that this particular Set Point has been reached.
High Temp
Warning Count
Displays the current High Temperature Warning Count.
This is the number of times that this particular Set Point has been reached.
Low Temp
Warning Count
Displays the current Low Temperature Warning Count.
This is the number of times that this particular Set Point has been reached.
Low Temp
arm Count
Displays the current Low Temperature Alarm Count.
This is the number of times that this particular Set Point has been reached.
High Temp Alarm
Set Point
High Temperature A
Set Point is the highest Temperature value you wish to allow.
Reaching this value will trigger the selected HIGH ALARM ACTION(S).
Acceptable values range from 0.0
30.0, with .1 increments.
(Example:  26.5).
High Temp Warning
Set Point
High Temperature Warning Set Point is a higher Temperature value you wish to be
warned about.
Reaching this value will trigger the selected HIGH ALARM ACTION(S).
Acceptable values range from 0.0
30.0, with .1 increments.
(Example:  20.2).
Low Temp Warning
Set Point
Low Temperature Warning Set Point is a lower Temperature value you wish to be
warned about.
Reaching this value will trigger the selected LOW WARNING
ACTION(S).
Acceptable values range from 0.0
30.0, with .1 increments.
(Example:  5.2).
Low Temp Alarm
Set Point
Low Temperature Alarm Set Point is the lowest Temperature value you wish to allow.
Reaching this value will trigger the selected LOW ALARM ACTION(S).
Acceptable values range from 0.0
30.0, with .1 increments.
(Example:  1.5).
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