We will explain how to register Alerts based on conditional logic, which trigger the previously registered Actions.
From the "Component Manager" menu, find the component you wish to register an Alert for. On the right hand side, click the Judge icon.
Click the "Add Judge" button.
This will display the Add Judge window. To cancel at any time, hit the "x" button in the upper-right hand corner. Enter the desired settings.
|Name||Input a name for this alert。|
|Note||A short description of the alerts functions.|
|Condition||A conditional logic statement based on the sensor's value.|
|Priority||Judgement evaluation order。(From 1)|
|Active||Is this alert active? Unchecking disables this alert.|
|Action||The action you would like this alert to trigger.|
The following condition raises an alert when our value is above 90.
value > 90
value represents the sensor data value that is obtained from incoming data.
|>=||Greater than equal to|
|<=||Less than equal to|
Alerts are evaluated in ascending order. (From smallest value.) If a condition is met, subsequent alerts will not be ran. Thus, the most important alert should have the lowest numbers.
Example: When value is 50
|1||value > 90||Skip|
|2||value > 40||Execute|
|3||value > 30||Ignore|
Updated: 8/6/2019, 5:58:24 PM