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    patd2020

    thank you Jeremy. Great clear instructions. most appreciated

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    patd2020

    Hi Guys I have a ultarsonic level sensor set up in mango with MODBUS the dat point is set up well and is reading fine. But I cannot seem to find how to create an email alert, say for example if the water level exceeded 4m, how to get an email sent to somebody? similarly if it went under a level.?

    thanks in advance

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    patd2020

    Thanks ,v8dave and Phil for your responses. Here is the document. Also to tell you about the device it is fully web accessible and has setup pages including a socket setting where you can configure
    Network Parameters setting(TCPB),
    Port ID
    Server address
    TCB Time out setting

    0_1467854211947_GPIO control protocol V1.8.pdf

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    patd2020

    Hi there, I have a WiFi/Ethernet relay board (8 channels output) 3 channel input. The input is monitoring a door status using a reed switch. (open or closed status) how can I in mango have a data point for monitoring the open closed status. the relay board ships with a GPIO Controller protocol manual but is is over my head. I can post it here if it helps,

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    patd2020

    Hi Phil,

    Thank you you solved it! it was a trailing space in the name.

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    patd2020

    Hi there I have 2 datapoint from a Modbus RTU for a Ultrasonic level meter. the two data points are 1) the level and 2 ) the temperature of the fluid. Everything seems to be working in Mango but when I create a dashboard in DGLux I can create a binded gauge for the temperature data point but the level (in meters) is displaying a null value instead of the correct number in mango? Any suggestions?

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    patd2020

    Sorry I meant to say I change the data source to MODBUS IP because I could not get the COM to to work

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    patd2020

    Here is an update. I now can read the registers of both devices. the second device which had Modbsus ASCII as default I had to change to RTU. Now I need to figure out how to set up the data points

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    patd2020

    here is the RS485 Modbus guide for the Flow m0_1466480777062_FlowRS485.doc

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    patd2020

    Thanks Joel & Phil. yes I see your point about the non matching slave/com port. I should have matched it to avoid confusion but that is actually how they are setup/ Slave 1 on Com2 and slave2 on COM1. Yes I am on Windows. I will attempt to run your suggested tests and report back

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