[ENG] 5.5. [DKSF 48.5 IU] I Want to Configure Sending Notifications When the Status of the Humidity Sensor is Changed. How Can I Do It?

Sending notifications when the status of a humidity sensor is changed is configured on the page «HUMIDITY» of the device`s web interface:

When clicking the button «Setup», a menu of settings for sending notifications of the next types appears: Log, Syslog, Email, SMS and SNMP Trap:

where:

  • Humidity is above Safe Range — is a checkbox, when checked a device will send notifications if relative humidity exceeds above the top margin of a safe humidity range. In default: checkbox is not checked.
  • Humidity is in Safe Range — is a checkbox, when checked a device will send notifications if the relative humidity is back to the safe humidity range. In default: checkbox is not checked.
  • Humidity is below Safe Range — is a checkbox, when checked, a device will send notifications if relative humidity fell below the safe humidity range. In default: checkbox is not checked.
  • Temperature is above Safe Range — is a checkbox, when checked, a device will send notifications if the temperature exceeds the top margin of the safe temperature range. In default: checkbox is not checked.
  • Temperature is in Safe Range — is a checkbox, when checked, a  device will send notifications, if the temperature is back to the safe temperature range. In default: checkbox is not checked.
  • Temperature is below Safe Range is a checkbox when checked, a device will send notifications if the temperature fell below the safe temperature range. In default: checkbox is not checked.
  • Sensor fault — is a checkbox, when checked, a device will send notifications if a connection with a sensor is lost/restored. In default: checkbox is not checked.
  • Include in Summary Report is a checkbox, when checked, reports about a status of a humidity sensor will be emailed, sent in SMS and/or SNMP Trap. The time for sending reports is configured at the «SMS» and «E-MAIL» pages , the configuration of a periodic sending SNMP Trap is indicated in the "SETUP" page in the "SNMP TRAP" section. In default: checkbox is not checked.

Checkboxes «Use common snmpTrapOID for All Events» and «Use common snmpTrapOID for all Sensor Numbers» can be used to direct all events from all humidity sensors as one snmpTrapOID notification or divide events and numbers of humidity sensors among different snmpTrapOID notifications, up to sending completely individual ones. This allows receiving individual SNMP Trap-notifications for processing them in monitoring systems, for example, humidity sensor 3 getting damp or a humidity sensor 2 is at the safe range. If a humidity sensor fails, two SNMP Trap notifications are sent: one about humidity, and another one about temperature.


The description of snmpTrapOID of humidity and temperature from a humidity sensor:

snmpTrapOIDThe description
 If the “Use common snmpTrapOID for all events” and “Use common snmpTrapOID for all Sensor Numbers” checkboxes are not set, the event code and sensor number are included in snmpTrapOID and can be used in the monitoring system to determine in detail the reason and source of the trap.
.1.3.6.1.4.1.25728.8400.D.S.N

snmpTrapOID from the humidity sensor.

where:

D — a membership code of a Trap message, possible values: 6 (SNMP Trap humidity), 7 (SNMP Trap temperature);

S — a sensor status code (event), possible values: 100 (fault), 101 (below Safe Range), 102 (in Safe Range), 103 (above Safe Range);

N — a sensor channel number code, possible values from 1 to 4

If the “Use a common snmpTrapOID for all events” checkbox is set, the event code S is always 127, for any event
.1.3.6.1.4.1.25728.8400.D.127.NWith this setting, the sensor status code is set to “127” - a common snmpTrapOID is obtained for all events
If the checkbox “Use a common snmpTrapOID for all sensor numbers” is set, the event code N is always 99, for any event
.1.3.6.1.4.1.25728.8400.D.S.99With this setting, the sensor channel number code is set to “99” - a common snmpTrapOID is obtained for all channels
If the checkboxes “Use common snmpTrapOID for all events” and “Use common snmpTrapOID for all sensor numbers” are set, the event code S is always 127, and the event code N is always 99, for any event
.1.3.6.1.4.1.25728.8400.D.127.99With this setting, the sensor status code is set to "127", and the sensor channel number code is set to "99" - a common snmpTrapOID is obtained for all events and channels

After setting up all necessary parameters, click the button «Apply changes».