Keep tabs on your dry contact alarms: - Use the 8 discrete alarms to track thinks like tripped motion sensors, crossed temperature thresholds, and building entry.
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|Monitor and Operate Controls: Get an at-a-glance view on the state of the control relays. You can latch and release controls from this screen.||Setup SNMP Traps: Select the event that must occur for SNMP traps. You have the option of receiving traps when alarms are triggered, when they clear, or both.|
|Setup Email Notifications: Whether you check emails at your desk or from your smartphone, the TempDefender keeps you in the loop. Have your SMTP server and port information handy during setup.||Creating Alarm Schedules: The built-in alarm scheduling tool allows you to account for employee time-off, after-hours monitoring, and shift changes. Enter in the specific day(s) and times you want to receive alarm notifications.|
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