In the app, various settings can be adjusted to your preference. You can still make adjustments both per linked E-Movement and overall in the settings.
Settings per linked E-Movement
Go to the E-Movement and click on the specific module you want to change. What you can adjust:
Give each linked E-Movement its unique name.
Indicate where the sensor is placed for the correct picture: on the ceiling or on the wall.
Other E-Movement settings
Once you have installed the E-Movement, you can still make adjustments in the settings. To do this, go to the E-Movement module in the app and click on settings at the bottom left. Here you can adjust the settings that apply to all linked E-Movements in a number of tabs.
- Show last received timestampstrong
In the main screen, you can see when the sensor information was last updated.
If you want to reinstall the sensors, you do not need to scan the QR code. Simply click Recalibrate here. You then have to go through the calibration process again step by step for each paired sensor.
A simple overview of the E-Movements that are linked. You can also add additional modules here (using a QR code).
Here you can specify the type of notifications you wish to receive.
You can set notifications for all linked E-Movements. There are 5 types of notifications that alert you when E-Movement detects movement:
- Sound: a sound is played.
- Vibrate: the phone will vibrate.
- Push message: a notification appears on the screen even if you have not opened the E-Trailer app.
- Email: you will receive an email at the email address you use to log into the app.
- Pop-up: a notification pops up whenever you have your app open or are using it in the background, so even if you have your navigation on, for example.
For each type of alert you can switch it on or off by means of the slider to the right of the alert type.
Notification is not correct
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Also note how the parts are mounted in relation to each other. Check the mounting instructions for what is and is not good.