High coolant temperature alert
As an operator, you'll want to be warned when the temperature of the engine coolant is abnormally high, since it can be critical for your locomotive's engine.
Luckily for you, the alert "Coolant temperature too high" does exactly that. Currently we support this alert on all locomotive classes to which we currently have an interface.
If you are unsure if that is the case for your locomotives, you can ask the support at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will gladly answer.
Setting up notification rules for the High engine coolant temperature alert
To create a notification rule for the high coolant temperature alert, you first need to log into your Railfleet account. Then go to the Administration page by clicking on your email address in the upper right corner of the page and selecting "go to administration".
Head over to the Administration menu on the left hand side and select "Notification rules" in the Notification section.
Click the green button on the right hand side of the page to set up a new notification rule. Next, give the notification rule a name (e.g. "Too high coolant temperature"). Check the boxes next to
Is active, if this notification rule should be executed
Send email, if the alert notification should be sent as an email
Is alert, if the alert should be shown on the operational dashboard
Then select the event type "Alert: Coolant temperature too high" from the drop down menu.
Next, select who you wish to inform about the alert. You can do this by selecting a category (e.g. the category "maintainer" or "operator") at the bottom of the form. Select "Label of the asset" to contact the people connected to the asset for which the alert has popped up.
You can also select specific people you wish to contact in the "Always notify these users" section near the bottom of the page. Search and select an email address and click on the grey arrow that points to the right to add the user to the "to contact" list.
If you don't want to receive this alert for all your assets you can easily select assets or asset classes. To do so, go to the "Filter" tab at the top of the page. Select the assets or asset classes from the lists and click on the grey arrow that points to the right to add them to the whitelist. If no assets or asset classes are selected, you'll receive the alert for all your assets or asset classes.
Click the "Save" button in the upper right corner of the page to save the new notification rule. Once the rule is active you will start receiving the "Too high coolant temperature" alert when an abnormally high coolant temperature is detected.
Learn more about notifications and how to configure them in the documentation here.