Apex configure alarm programming help for CA rx

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Hi, trying to add an apex alarm to send to my phone if pH drops too low. I think I already have it alarming if it is too high but not sure where I add the alarm. Obviously the alarm language is not here. I tried this and it didn't work so obviously I'm needing a reminder of how to do this. See photos

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Don't add the code to the reactor itself. Alarms can be defined under the EmailAlm output programming, or within the probe settings. Example:

[EmailAlm]
Set OFF
If pH < 6.5 Then ON

Read my tutorial on Apex Alarm Programming for tips and examples:
 
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Don't add the code to the reactor itself. Alarms can be defined under the EmailAlm output programming, or within the probe settings. Example:

[EmailAlm]
Set OFF
If pH < 6.5 Then ON

Read my tutorial on Apex Alarm Programming for tips and examples:
Thanks, I think I'm good now...
 

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Thanks, I think I'm good now...
I'd recommend listing the pH conditions first, and the temperature conditions last. As I explained in my tutorial, the Apex can only report on a single alarm at a time, and the last one in the list that's True is what it will report. So if the pH is triggering an alarm, you'd never know if the temperature is too hot until after the pH condition gets corrected. It's very important to prioritize your alarms.
 
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    Votes: 24 6.2%
  • Alkalinity (most)

    Votes: 277 71.4%
  • Magnesium (most)

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  • Phosphate (most)

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  • PH (most)

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  • (least) Phosphate

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  • (least) PH

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  • (least) Nitrate

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