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(Evolve) LPM-15 Settings And Notifications

Last Updated: May 14, 2013 12:16PM PDT
While most of its internal settings for the LPM-15 can be left alone on your Vera Dashboard, you can make adjustments and set notifications.

Let's begin with a simple one that might be useful in a home with more than one plug-in module -- let's give it a name, so you know which module is which when you want control from your Dashbaord.

Hover your mouse over the top blue bar of the LPM-15 Device in your Dashboard, so that the wrench icon appears, as shown. Click on the wrench icon.

You'll first be taken to the "Control" tab, which shows you similar functions to the device display on the Dashboard:

Now click on the "Advanced" menu and in the field provided, you can enter a name for your plug-in module, perhaps by a location, or by a function.  Fill your preferences in the field below, as shown:

Any other smart devices in your system can also send messages and action commands to your lighting module in a Scene.  Follow this link for more information on how to create scenes.


You can also have your plug-in modules send you notifications via email or text when something happens, like power going out in the house, or 

To make the lighting module send you notifications, you must first have set up your Notifications preferences.  If you haven't already set up these preferences, please do so now.

If you have the VeraLite Smart Controller, click here to learn how to set your Notifications preferences.
If you have the Vera3 Smart Controller, click here to learn how to set your Notifications preferences.

To set a notification, click the "Notifications" menu in the plug-in module.  You'll see a drop-down menu labeled "Add notification for"  that lets you select when you'll receive a text or email notification, and also a field to give the notification a name.  

Give the notification a name, then click and hold the drop-down menu. You'll see a list of actions that will make your plug-in module send you a notification.  In this instance, the choice is simple -- whether a device plugged into the module is turned on or off.

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