Configuring Reminders and Alerts
The Reminders and Alerts list displays the reminders and alerts described below.
To configure Reminders and Alerts
From the Home screen, press MENU.
Select Reminders and Alerts.
Configure the Reminder and Alert settings as required.
The HVAC Service (maintenance) reminder generates an alert telling the property owner that regularly scheduled maintenance is required.
If the property owner has been added to the EMS account, the reminders will be emailed to them and be displayed in the web portal.
You can set the Last Service date, turn the Reminder On or Off, and to set the Frequency of the maintenance interval in months.
Generates an alert for cleaning or changing the filter. You can set the Last Filter Change date, turn the Reminder On or Off, and set the Frequency of the maintenance interval.
Sets the reminder period for cleaning or replacing the UV lamp. You can set the Last Lamp Change date, turn the Reminder On or Off, and set the Frequency of the maintenance interval.
The EMS Si can generate alerts if the temperature in the building goes over or under a pre-programmed level. This protects the building from damage due to freezing and/or excessive heat.
This alert, along with optional technician contact information will be displayed on the screen. If the building owner registers the thermostat, the alert will be emailed to them and be displayed in the web portal.
Low Temp Alert Sets the temperature at which the thermostat will generate a Low Temperature Alert. The range can be: Off – no alert will be generated. Set temperature range of 35 to 68 °F (1.5 to 20 °C).
High Temp Alert Sets the temperature at which the thermostat will generate a High Temperature Alert. The range can be: Off – no alert will be generated. Set temperature range of 60 to 104 °F (15.5 to 40 °C).
Display Alerts on Thermostat
Select No if you do not want any of the alerts to be displayed on the EMS Si screen. Alerts will continue to be displayed on the web portal and sent via email.
Enable Heating/Cooling Alerts
Select No to disable alerts for heat/cool error conditions. If disabled, alerts indicating that the system failed to heat or cool will not be appear in the screen, web portal, or emails.
List of Alerts
Below is a complete list of alerts. Depending on your configuration, some of these may not apply.
UV Lamp: UV lamp needs to be changed
Low Temp Alert: Temperature in the home is too low
High Temp Alert: Temperature in the home is too high
Heat Not Responding: The system has failed to heat the building
Cool Not Responding: The system has failed to cool the building
Maintenance Reminder: HVAC system due for regular maintenance
Auxiliary Heat Run Time: Auxiliary heat source is running too often
Auxiliary Outdoor Temperature: Your Smart Si thermostat auxiliary heat has been called to run when the outdoor temperature exceeds the programmed set point