I was looking at the list of compatible devices https://help.goabode.com/hc/en-us/articles/360024895272
What does "compatible" mean?
For instance, if I purchase a compatible door lock:
- will it unarm the abode alarm?
- will it only notify the abode system that I opened the door?
(for instance Ring distinguishes "Works with Ring" vs "Works with Ring Alarm")
What would be the cheapest way to do this so I can use the 10% discount that comes with the plan on most of my purchase? I'm going to buy a lot of stuff so I want it to be the cheapest item so I can buy majority of stuff with the discount.
Recently my doctor switched me to Libre 2 after my nurse educator gave me a Libre 2 reader at her office. However, I found that it beeps just about every five mins and says “the reader may not be working properly, if it happens again call customer service” and also gives a signal loss alarm often. This hasn’t necessarily stopped the device from working, as it still sends alarm when I’m high/low and scans just fine. Do y’all’s Libre 2 readers do the same thing, or should I maybe call CS to report it faulty?
I did the next sensor on my phone and love it so far so I’m not too worried, but I’d like to have a reader as a backup.
My wife is constantly forgetting to take her personal (Android) and work (iPhone) phones when she leaves in the morning. Since I am retired, I will get a call requesting that I drive the 9 miles to her office to deliver her phones. Just happened again today.
What I want to build is a device that sounds an alarm (beep or voice) unless she plugs in her phone when she starts the car in the morning.
Thinking of something like this:
When the phone is not plugged in and charging Vout is low, the NPN is off, and the buzzer is on.
When the phone is plugged in and charging Vout is high and turns on the NPN and the buzzer is off.
The issue is that when the phone is fully charged, there will be very low current flow.
Am I missing anything?
I have searched for this and found a few different devices but it seems to be kind of a difficult thing to find an ideal search term- took me 196 characters to describe it in my post title!
The ones I have found are either basically a wearable button, generally aimed at elderly folks, and I think most of them default to alerting emergency services and don't have any option for configuration, i.e. setting to text a given person a custom message. The rest of what I've found is more or less what I'm looking for but disguised as (often rather ugly looking) jewelry, and costs absurd sums for what it is.
If someone knows of, or can help me find, basically just a preferably discrete wearable button (necklace > bracelet > ring, in order of preference) that allows you to set a message to be sent to a person of choice in case of an emergency or something. I would be open to hearing about alternatives, so just in case you know of a similar type of device but that doesn't fit my very specific description, the idea is for my girlfriend -recently diagnosed with a chronic heart condition which can cause her to feel faint, dizzy, and sometimes black out at a moments notice- to be able to alert me immediately and with zero effort in case something happens while she's not with me/alone. Anything that's an upgrade from having to find her phone, unlock it, open the messages/phone app, and manually text/call me, would be really great and I'd love to hear about it!
We do both have Apple Watches which is slightly better than just a phone, as if it was truly an emergency she could either fairly quickly text me with Siri on her watch (though we absolutely cannot rely on that being possible during a particularly bad episode), and if it was VERY bad, she knows about calling emergency services by spam pressing the button on the side of the watch, but really I'm looking for some kind of middle ground in between *fumbling on her watch/phone to alert me with a 90% chance of that not even being possible during an episode* and full on *calling an ambulance*.
Sorry for long post, I guess I just wanted to provide plenty of information in case anyone knows of some kind of device that would be perfect for this use case.
Thanking anyone that reads/replies to my post most sincerely!
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We have an alarm in the alarm screen, which has been there for 190 days and cant get rid of it. Tried health explorer but all sub components in the view show up as GREY and you cant do a RESET HEALTH. If you go to Administration and managed devices. The device the alarm came from no longer exists. How can we clear this alarm.
Starting about a week or two ago, everyday at 7:15AM my phone (Samsung Note 9) dings with a message saying:
Smart device alarm: You missed your 6:15 AM alarm.
Looking through Google assistant, I have no idea which smart device this is and what alarm it's talking about. I'm not on a family plan, does anyone know how to delete this so that it doesn't wake me up at 7:15AM every morning? Much appreciated!