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How do I set up Advanced Operational Alerts in Trackunit Manager?
How do I set up Advanced Operational Alerts in Trackunit Manager?

Advanced Operational Alerts unlocks the ability to alert on a broader range of Machine Insights.

Updated over a week ago

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The Advanced Operational Alert expands on the Operational Alert by offering more detailed Machine Insights for fleet monitoring.

As an OEM, you can customize alerts to prioritize the most critical insights for maintaining your assets.

Some insights require only one reading to trigger an alert, while others need multiple readings to confirm an issue. You can also set the number of consecutive readings needed to trigger an alert to reduce false positives.

Adjust the severity of alerts to highlight critical events, and all triggered alerts will be recorded in your asset’s event log, even if they are not critical.

Note: Enumerated and accumulated Machine Insights are not available for alerting at this time.

Set up an Advanced Operational Alert in Trackunit Manager

  1. Sign in to Trackunit Manager

  2. Go to the Alerts app

  3. Click Create new alert

  4. Select Advanced Operational Alert and click Next

  5. Select if this should trigger a critical alert or a log

  6. Select the desired Machine Insights parameter from the dropdown menu, for example, "DPF Soot Load Percent"

  7. Select the condition of the alert (“more than >” or “less than <”)

  8. Select a threshold value that defines when the alert is triggered

  9. Set a value for the number of readings needed to trigger the alert (consecutive readings)

  10. Select the Entire Fleet, group(s) or Specific Assets you want to monitor and click Next

  11. Select the people to be notified when the alert is triggered (optional) and click Next

  12. Enter the Name of the alert

  13. Review the alert configuration and click Create alert

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