Low Temperature Warning - Electrolux ControlBox24/7 User Manual

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Temperature warning
The unit will automatically report if the temperature will exceed the set value. The default setting for low temperature alarm is +5°C and for high
temperature 30°. These values can be changed to between 0°C and +50°C. To change a set value, send the following text message to the unit:
LOW TEMPERATURE ALARM
LTWARN <NUMBER>
Example: LTWARN 12
The example above will cause the unit to send a warning report when the
temperature falls below 12°C, as
"Temperature - LOW".
If the temperature then increases again and reaches the set value,
another message will be sent saying:
"Temperature - RESTORED"
The unit's temperature warning function can be easily activated or
deactivated using the following command:
Activation:
LTWON
(default setting)
Deactivation: LTWOFF
Request current temperature
To see what the current temperature is where your ControlBox24/7 is located, send the following text message to the unit:
TEMP
HIGH TEMPERATURE ALARM
HTWARN <NUMBER>
The example above will cause the unit to send a warning report when the
temperature exceeds 27°C as
"Temperature - HIGH".
If the temperature then decreases again and reaches the set value,
another message will be sent saying:
"Temperature - RESTORED"
The unit's temperate warning function can be easily activated or
deactivated using the following command:
Activation:
HTWON
Deactivation: HTWOFF
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Example: HTWARN 27
(default setting)

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