Event Configuration

Event Configuration

The goal of event configuration is to establish monitoring and alarming on any of the newly integrated pieces of equipment. Follow the below steps to configure events of your choice.


1. Navigate to the Events icon through the left navigation bar.

2. Click on the three dots in the top right corner of the page that opens up > from the drop-down menu select the Create Event button.
3. Select your building of choice from the Buildings menu on the left section to see the list of applied events.
4. Select the routine you would like to enable from the Routines menu in the right section, based on:
  • The installed equipment (VAV, AHU, Boiler, etc)

  • The points available on that equipment (Occupancy, Dual Setpoint, etc)

  • Any monitoring goals such as temp low/high limit, fan cmd failure, etc

5. Click on Next and you will see 2 columns for event configuration.

  • A list of all devices that have not yet had this event applied. (Auto-filtered based on the event routine selected).

  • A list of all selected devices to apply this routine.

  • A list of points available on the selected devices.

  • A list of point templates that are required to enable this routine.

      6. Select the devices from the first column that you would like to apply the routine to.

     7. Once you choose your devices, click on the select button to select the points.

  • Click on Folder Icon to see and select points on Grouped View.

  • Click on the Four Lines Icon for the Split View

8. Click Select and your point will appear in the Point box.

  • The color codes of green, blue, and orange correspond to bool, number, and string points as indicated.

  • The point templates will use this same color scheme to indicate the required type.

  • The number to the right of the point name indicates how many devices have that point.

9.  After you have selected all the points, click Next to go to Notification Settings > Select Event Class (APIEventClass, Communication, HVAC, Fire, or Generator).

10. Each Class Event has a User Role Specification of who will receive notifications.

11. To add a user to receive notifications Click on Add Specific User


12. From notification settings, click Next to maintain the current settings, or use the provided templates to adjust as needed.


To see the logic block (Routines) of the event trigger go to the Event Page and click on the three dots at the top right-hand corner of the screen.

Here you will see the list of all Routines, by clicking on the three dots at each of the Routines on the dropdown you will see three options:

  1. Edit Routine 

  2. Duplicate Routines

  3. Delete Routine 

Click on the Edit Routine and you will be directed to the logic block.


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