Device Alert Settings
Scroll down on your device graph page until you see the "Alert Settings" section located above the "VPD Guidance" section. Select the options that you'd like to enable and then save your changes by pressing the blue save button in the bottom right hand corner. See below for more details on what each option does.
WiFi Disconnected Alert - This will enable you to receive alerts if your device gets disconnected from WiFi.
Power Outage Alert - This will enable you to receive alerts if your device runs into some sort of power outage. Ex: Being unplugged, batteries dying, power outage, etc.
Low Battery Alert - This will enable you to receive alerts if the batteries inside of your device start getting low. You can set a custom battery type & a custom low battery voltage.
Device Threshold Settings
Once you're on the device graph page, scroll down until you see your day/night time threshold settings.
Set your thresholds to be as in line with your environment as possible. Making your thresholds in line with your environment will guarantee that you're alerted if anything goes wrong. You can choose to enable/disable alerts by tapping the blue slider on the left-hand side, if a slider is grey that means the alerts for that threshold are disabled.
What do the day/night light % thresholds mean?
For Day Time Light - You'd want to set the threshold to whichever percentage your light shouldn't go below during that photoperiod. For ex: If you want to be alerted when your light drops below 50% light, you'd want to set your threshold to around 50%.
For Night Time Light - You'd want this set to whichever percentage your light should not go above. For ex: If you light percentage should go above 1% during night, you'd want your threshold to be set to 1%.
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