• reliable alarm with voice calls with optional acknowledgement via telephone keyboard
  • automatic text into voice conversion
  • automatic diversion to alternate parties (alerting chain) in case of non-responding subscribers
  • enough memory for up to 5 minutes of speech blocks to be composed during voice alerts
  • fast and reliable transmission of SMS, fax, E-Mail or pager alerts for any incident to be signalled
  • transmission of Push messages to iOS and Android cell phones
  • transmission of Threema messages
  • MQTT client for communication with a MQTT broker (on devices with GSM and/or LAN)
  • 100 destination numbers, which optionally can be combined in up to 32 groups (group alerts)
  • „Follow me" function for changing on-call duties / standby sevices
  • easy understandable functional principle of event and reaction
  • to each event an arbitrary message text can be assigned
  • a message text can contain macros (placeholder for date/time, temperature and voltage values etc.)
  • 10 additonal text memories for repeated usage in messages (eg facility description)
  • all GSM devices support contract cards and prepaid cards
  • notification in the case of main power failure (SMS, E-Mail, fax, voice alert)
  • switching output relais by caller line identification, password protected SMS or DTMF tone sequences
  • remote parametrisation and routine messages
  • cost control and notification on limit expiration
  • comprehensive time controlled functions:
    - automatic Daylight Saving Time handling
    - 24x7 weekday / time table
    - table for fixed and floating holidays
    - table for sun rise / sun set times
  • 10 multifunction counter (frequency counter, pulse counter, operation time counter)
  • flexible sequence control with flags and macros
  • M-Bus support ("Meter Bus" according to EN13757) M-Bus zum Anschluss von Energiezählern (Strom, Wasser, Gas, Wärme)
    - internal M-Bus interface or connection to an external M-Bus level converter (device dependent)
    - M-Bus gateway for remote meter reading of energy counter (electricity, water, gas, heat)
    - M-Bus master functionality (IT180/IT181) for up to 20 slaves
    - publishing of changed M-Bus counter values per MQTT to a MQTT broker (M-Bus / MQTT converter)
  • connection of meter with S0 pulse interface
  • fast placing into operation without programming knowledge
  • programming software in two versions included in deliyery:
    - QuickSetup for a rapid first-time operation,
    - CONNY for extended programming issues
  • optional: connectivity to industrial automation systems via OPC server
  • optional: connectivity to emergency centrals with VdS2465 protocol
  • Made in Germany - developed and produced in Germany

Operation of fault report and alerting devices

The working method of all eviateg event and fault reporting devices are very simple: there are a few of triggering events and a few of possible actions, which can be executed on occurrence of the events.

The actions to be executed are associated with the triggering events. For each event multiple actions can be programmed, which are executed after each other.
Actions can be executed conditional (eg Last alerting was successful) or unconditional.

The following events can be evaluated:

  • switching on the device
  • state changes on inputs
  • exceeding or falling below specified temperatures (on devices with temperature sensor inputs)
  • the absence of state changes on inputs (watchdog function)
  • reaching counter minimum or maximum values
  • expiration of timers or counters
  • caller events including identification of calling and called number
  • ISDN events, eg activation or deactivation of layer 1, B channels etc.

The following actions can be executed:

  • switching of outputs (static, cyclic, timer controlled)
  • transmission of SMS and pager messages
  • transmission of group alerts
  • transmission of voice alerts to telephones or mobile phones
  • transmission of Push messages
  • transmission of Threema messages
  • publishing of MQTT topics as status and/or alarm messages
  • transmission of text messages to ISDN PCs
  • transmission of DTMF tone sequences to telephones or mobile phones
  • counting of 32 bit counters (including frequency counters)
  • starting / stopping of opeerating time counters
  • output of text messages on the serial interface
  • termination of other ISDN connections on the ISDN S0 bus (blockade break)
  • starting and stopping of timers
  • modification of I/O parameters (eg arming / disarming of inputs)
  • controlling of distant eviateg devices with remote commands (eg switching outputs on the distant device)

When sending SMS, pager, Push, Threema and text messages, user programmable text blocks are used. They can contain macros, which can be expanded to actual texts, eg date and time of the event, the number of a caller, the name of an input or its state etc.

Devices with the Fixed net SMS feature can receive and interprete SMS messages even on an ISDN access. The SMS can contain commands, so states and parameters on that device can be interrogated or controlled (protected by number identification and password).

Using the group alert feature, a message can be sent to one or multiple groups with up to 256 members. The membership in groups can be programmed easily. The recipients can be registered in different mobile networks and can be informed with SMS and pager messages.

Speech messages can be recorded with standard tools on a PC as WAV files. With the configuration tool CONNY they are converted into the desired format and are loaded into the device. Multiple speech messages can be sent in succession and can be repeated as desired.
Optional the called user can acknowledge the voice alert with a DTMF password.

Devices with MQTT client can publish MQTT topics as status and/or alarm message.
Also MQTT messages can be triggered by any event (eg. incoming call, timer expiration etc.).
The outputs of these devices can be switched by MQTT message.
Besides that all parameters of these devices (eg. destination numbers) can be changed by commands per MQTT message.
Devices with M-Bus master functionality (IT180/IT181) can publish changed M-Bus counter values automatically on a MQTT broker.

Devices with the feature VdS2465 protocol can transmit VdS telegrams to an assigned central. The VdS messages can be triggered by any event (not only by input state changes).
Outputs of the devices can optionally be controlled by VdS centrals with corresponding VdS telegrams.
Devices with temperature sensor inputs and VdS protocol can report the measured temperature to the central (record type 30H) and can signal alarms when exceeding or falling below adjustable tempreature thresholds.

Devices with built-in GSM modem support the use of Prepaid cards by corresponding events and actions. If the prepaid card credit falls below an adjustable minimum, eg. eMails can be sent or the credit can be recharged automatically.

The CM105 scans a data stream to a printer for free definable text patterns. If a pattern is found, the assigned actions are executed.

All eviateg devices can be programmed and maintaned either locally over the serial interface or remotely over the supported communication networks (ISDN and GSM).