New MiOS Notification Framework

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The new MiOS notification framework enables the automatic creation of alerts or notifications based on predefined event templates associated with all kinds of smart devices. The automatic creation of such automations has been enabled during the inclusion or onboarding of supported devices or services to the MiOS system, which ensures the existence of customized alerts without any user input.

With every device addition to the system, the corresponding supported automatic notification Meshbots are deployed on the cloud side for each one of the capabilities displayed by the device that is also included in the default event categories within the new notification framework. See event categories.


Event categories and device types  1031534_arrow_arrow up_chevronupcircle_circle_circle icon_icon.png

The currently supported event categories for the templating system in the new MiOS notification framework are listed below. These event categories and items are automatically associated with a cloud-based notification meshbot template after the device is included in the system, enabling automatic notifications/alerts whenever any of the events are recorded.

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  • Low Battery - Any battery-operated device that has a battery <= 20%
  • Very Low Battery - Any battery-operated device that has a battery <= 10%

Security Sensors  1031519_arrow_expand_expand less_expandless_top_icon.png

  • Smoke Sensor - Smoke Detected
  • Smoke Sensor - Smoke No longer Detected
  • Leak Sensor - Water Leak Detected
  • Leak Sensor - Water Leak No longer Detected
  • CO Sensor - Carbon Monoxide Detected
  • CO Sensor - Carbon Monoxide No longer Detected
  • Heat Sensor - Overheat Detected
  • Heat Sensor - Under Heat Detected
  • Sensor - Tampered
  • Sensor - No Longer Tampered
  • Contact (D/W) Sensor - Opened
  • Contact (D/W) Sensor - Closed
  • Motion Sensor - Motion Detected
  • Motion Sensor - Motion No Longer Detected
  • Glass Break Sensor - Glass Break Detected

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  • Locked
  • Unlocked
  • Lock Button Pressed
  • PIN Code Added to Device
  • Fails to Operate
  • Wrong PIN Code Used
  • PIN Code Removed
  • All PIN Codes Removed
  • Impact detected

Garage Doors  1031519_arrow_expand_expand less_expandless_top_icon.png

  • Opened
  • Closed

Thermostats  1031519_arrow_expand_expand less_expandless_top_icon.png

  • Turned Off
  • Set to Heat Mode
  • Set to Cool Mode
  • Set to Auto Mode

Doorbells  1031519_arrow_expand_expand less_expandless_top_icon.png

  • Rings

Water Valves  1031519_arrow_expand_expand less_expandless_top_icon.png

  • Water Valve Opened
  • Water Valve Closed

Siren (Ezlo Secure Built-in)  1031519_arrow_expand_expand less_expandless_top_icon.png

  • Active
  • Inactive

Devices (general)  1031519_arrow_expand_expand less_expandless_top_icon.png

  • Hardware Failure Detected
  • Hardware Status OK
  • Software Failure Detected
  • Software Status OK


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Below we discuss basic system notification meshbot management for regular users from the end-user portal Users will be able to view, organize, filter, and delete automatically generated system notifications meshbots as desired and according to their needs.

Manage system notification Meshbots (regular users)  1031519_arrow_expand_expand less_expandless_top_icon.png

System notification meshbots that are automatically created and activated upon the addition of any of the devices listed above are hidden by default. These notifications meshbots can only be deleted and they are enabled in order to prevent any important event from going unnoticed, however, they can be edited and tailored to the user’s needs by giving them the ability to edit the notification’s content to suit their needs or even place system variables of interest by adding useful placeholders within the body of the notification.

View System Notification Meshbots  1031519_arrow_expand_expand less_expandless_top_icon.png

  • Log into the Ezlogic end-user portal

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  • On the left-hand menu, click on Automation > Meshbots to visualize all meshbots

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  • Click on the gear icon on the top right corner and toggle Display system meshbots to show all automatically created system meshbots

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  • Depending on the number of devices in the system you will be able to navigate through all system meshbots by page-clicking on the navigation arrows on top of the meshbots list

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Delete System Notifications Meshbots  1031519_arrow_expand_expand less_expandless_top_icon.png

  • You can delete any system notification meshbot by clicking on the trash can icon and confirming your action by clicking Delete

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FAQ's  1031534_arrow_arrow up_chevronupcircle_circle_circle icon_icon.png

  • Can regular users still define and customize their own notifications?

Yes, users will still be able to create and deploy their custom notification meshbots based on any trigger event of their choice as a Local or Cloud Notification or Automation Meshbot. For more information on creating custom notifications go to C: Notification

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