Set alarm for event

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  • #5625
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    skk2019
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    Hi there,
    I would like to know how to set the alarm sound for a modbus event. Basically, I have successfully set the communication between the modbus devices and ScadaServer. They are running well. However I have a condition where the alarm needs to go off(make sound) when it reaches a certain limit but should not make sound if it goes below a limit. eg. 0-2 No sound; 2-4 sound
    Right now the alarm buzzes if the value reaches 2 or above but also makes sound if it reaches below 2. Is there any way to disable this?
    P.S. If this needs the use of formulas, it would be helpful if there is any guide on how to use those.

    Thanks in advance
    -Shirish

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    Mikhail
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    #5630
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    Also the Notification Plugin plays sound. But an operator must acknowledge an event to set beeping off.

    #5634
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    skk2019
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    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply. I managed to install and add the plugin in the ScadaSeverCrtl.exe. However, the alarm still plays the old sound file and not the one configured at in the Modules.
    Also, my initial problem about the alarm, that it should only play after a certain limit and not below a certain limit has not been solved. Eg. alarm should play when channel value is 1 but should but play if it goes to 0. Can this be achieved?

    Thanks.

    #5639
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    Hi,

    However, the alarm still plays the old sound file and not the one configured at in the Modules.

    You should ask the module author for the solution. Possibly write to him on GitHub.

    By the way, did you restart the Server service?

    Eg. alarm should play when channel value is 1 but should but play if it goes to 0.

    Create an extra input channel of the calculated type and revert the value:
    Val(101) > 0 ? 0 : 1
    101 is the number of the source input channel

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