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The EMailAlarmRecipient component defines e-mail recipients.

EMailAlarmRecipient component

The EMailAlarmRecipient component has the following slots:

  • Status: component’s status, available statuses:
    • OK: component is working properly,
    • Disabled: component is disabled (the Enabled slot is in false);
    • Fault;
  • Fault Cause: fault cause description:
    • Could not connect: no connection could have been established;
    • Timeout: the maximum connection time has been exceeded;
    • Some Error with Alarm Database: the Alarm Db Status slot indicates database error;
    • None: service is working properly;
  • Enabled: switches the component on/off;
  • To Address: first recipient’s e-mail address;
  • Cc Address: carbon copy recipient’s e-mail address;
  • Bcc Address: blind carbon copy recipient’s e-mail address;
  • Alarm Class To Send: restriction by alarm class:
    • Any (default): all alarms will be sent regardless of their classes,
    • Life Safety: only alarms with the Life Safety class will be sent,
    • Critical: only alarms with the Critical class will be sent,
    • Maintenance: only alarms with the Maintenance class will be sent;
  • Subject: subject for recipient’s message;
  • Source Name: source name information for the recipient’s message;
  • Source Path: source path information for the recipient’s message;
  • Update Time: date and time of the alarm event;
  • Value: alarm value which caused the event;
  • Alarm Class: alarm class information for the recipient’s message;
  • Alarm State: state of alarm value;
  • Alarm Message: additional text information for the recipient’s message;
  • Alarm Db Status: alarm database status information.

Note: In order to send out alarm notifications, the iSMA-B-AAC20 controller needs to be equipped with a memory SD card.

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