Each notification from a Salamander Reservoir and Control System is customizable, and includes specific information to get the right people to the right place. With input from each customer, SMS and E-mail notifications can be tailored to include information like property address, building number, floor, reservoir location, reservoir reading, etc…
By default, the Salamander Control System sends the following notifications:
Water Detect Alert (dry systems only): the primary alert for a dry sprinkler system. This alert indicates water accumulation detected in a Salamander Reservoir in a dry fire sprinkler system. This is a ‘persistent’ notification, meaning that notifications will continue until the problem has been resolved.
Low Temperature Detected (wet systems only): indicating that the internal water temperature of a wet system has been detected at or below 48°F (9°C)*. This is a ‘persistent’ notification, meaning that notifications will continue until the problem has been resolved.
Heat Relay On/Off (optional for wet systems): This alert is only applicable for those solutions integrating with a local heat relay. The Heat Relay is automatically turned on when the Salamander Reservoir detects an internal water temperature at or below 48°F (9°C)*. The Heat Relay will turn off when the Salamander Reservoir detects internal water temperatures at or above 50°F (10°C)*.
High Temperature Detected (wet systems only): indicating that the internal water temperature of a wet system has been detected at or higher than 88°F (31°C)*. This is a ‘persistent’ notification, meaning that it will continue to alert until resolution.
Device Offline (all systems):  This alert will notify if a Salamander Reservoir, Heat Relay or Salamander Control System has been offline for a period of 3* hours. This is a ‘persistent’ notification, meaning that notifications will continue until the problem has been resolved.
Low Battery Alert (all systems): This alert will notify if a Salamander Reservoir or Salamander Control System’s battery is 15%* or lower. This is a ‘persistent’ notification, meaning that notifications will continue until the problem has been resolved.
* indicates default setting which can be customized by user

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