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What Triggers A Push To

Room Alert Monitors with push to enabled automatically update your Room Alert account with sensor data at defined intervals. Please see our FAQ, How To Enable/Disable Push To, for a list of models and firmware versions that have this feature.

By default, push to happens at these times:

  • When your unit first boots (and every time it reboots).
  • When an external digital sensor is first connected or disconnected.
  • When your unit’s internal or an external temperature sensor reading rises or falls by 2 whole degrees Celsius.
  • When your unit’s internal or an external humidity sensor reading rises or falls by 5 percent relative humidity.
  • When any switch sensor on your unit changes state from open to closed (and vice versa).
  • When a Digital Active Power sensor reading changes from Power Detected to No Power Detected (and vice versa).
  • Room Alert 4E only: when a ping changes from reachable to unreachable (and vice versa).
  • When your unit’s built-in or an external analog sensor rises or falls by 0.25 volts.
  • When any Light Tower or relay is manually toggled on/off.
    • Light Tower/relay not available with the Room Alert 3 Wi-Fi.
  • Once an hour after the last successful push, regardless of the state of any of your unit’s sensors.

Room Alert Manager - Compatible Devices

The latest version of Room Alert Manager supports only the devices below.

It does not support the Room Alert 3 Wi-Fi or any legacy Room Alert or TemPageR models.

Current S modelsCurrent E models
Room Alert 32SRoom Alert 32E
Room Alert 12SRoom Alert 12E
Room Alert 4E
Room Alert 3E