PULOWARE application – Control of Alarms (open/close) by Smartphones
Installation and use of the PULOWARE application
Download the PULOWARE application and run it. Control and event signaling by smartphone, has several benefits. Adding the device ID number to the application manually or by means of a QR code reader.The number can be found on the bottom of the device, shown as Device ID, but the easiest and most convenient is to read the QR code.
Here a few examples:
- no extra cost of signaling or control (communicates on the existing mobile internet)
- no extra remote controller
- several terminals (residence, holiday house, company, etc.) in one application
- several users can be assigned to a terminal
- no expired SIM, since the connection to the alarm is continuously controlled
- users and their activities can be monitored by name, whether they control over a mobile phone or from a controller
- each event code can be named, by partitions and zones, so plenty of personalized messages are available
- handles several Securecom devices (e.g. WiFi-based gate opener, temperature recorder, etc.)
In this example the SC-3G communicator is used for communicating with the alarm.
The task can be completed in 2 basic modes:
1. Remote control mode
2. Standalone mode
The difference is that in standalone mode, the IP address of the remote control receiver is not set, so the reports are not sent there, but the event codes of the alarm are stored on the PULOWARE IoT server, the applications are communicating with.In summation, if there is no remote control, and you want a smartphone connection, leave the IP address settings empty.
The communicator sends the event codes of the alarm to the account, having a unique device identifier, at the IoT server, subsequently the server informs those applications, where the device ID has been registered to. In case of control, the application send the request to the account of the device, then the server instructs the device to perform the function.
In case several devices are registered, the device to be controlled, should be selected, and control can start. The event notifications automatically arrive in the form of “push notifications”, from any of the registered devices.