Primex sensors are equipped with an audio alert that is activated during a reading Alarm state (Out of Range, Past Alarm Delay status). The audio alert is activated when a sampled reading is out of range and the time period it has been out of range has exceeded its Alarm Delay setting value.
Be default, the audio alert is disabled.
The sensor emits a continuous beep at one second intervals during a reading Alarm state. In addition to the audio alert, the device's red LED flashes once per second during a reading Alarm state.
The audio alert may be silenced by pressing the silence button located on the front the sensor. When the silence button is pressed during an audio alert, the alert is NOT acknowledged in your OneVue account. The behavior after silencing the audio alert is dependent on the resume audio alert setting, which is set to resume the audio alert after a period of time.
Pressing the device check-in button during an audio alert does not sound the audio alert or cause the device gateway to check-in to OneVue.
If the audio alert is disabled, the red LED flashes once per second during a reading Alarm state. Pressing the silence button suspends the red LED from flashing for the duration of the alarm state.
Go to Devices > Sensors.
Select the Gateway ID link of the sensor.
Select Show Advanced Options.
To enable the audio alert, select the Enable Audio Alert checkbox. A checkmark indicates the audio alert is enabled. To disable the audio alert, deselect the Enable Audio Alert checkbox.
From the Resume Audio Alert After drop-down menu, select the duration of time the audio alert should resume after the silence button is pressed during a reading Alarm state.
The Update Pending status is set to Yes when a setting change is scheduled to be downloaded to the device during its next check-in to OneVue. Setting changes take effect when downloaded to the device. Once downloaded, its Updating Pending status is set to No.