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features:nems-tools:warninglight [2019/07/05 14:50]
Robbie Ferguson
features:nems-tools:warninglight [2019/09/06 14:45] (current)
Robbie Ferguson
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   * UNKNOWN or WARN state -> Pin 23   * UNKNOWN or WARN state -> Pin 23
   * CRIT state -> Pin 18   * CRIT state -> Pin 18
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 +**Please Note:** When the final version is released, it will most likely use the I2C protocol (unless I decide to create a USB version instead of GPIO-based). However, these GPIO pins will remain functional in order to provide an alternate means of connecting for tinkerers.
  
 Pins are LOW (0) by default, and will turn HIGH (1) appropriately in event of a state change. For example, if your NEMS Linux server is in OK state, Pin 24 will be HIGH while pins 23 and 18 will be LOW. Pins are LOW (0) by default, and will turn HIGH (1) appropriately in event of a state change. For example, if your NEMS Linux server is in OK state, Pin 24 will be HIGH while pins 23 and 18 will be LOW.
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 Please share what you create. I'd love to see your designs to make NEMS Warning Light work in your environment. Please share what you create. I'd love to see your designs to make NEMS Warning Light work in your environment.
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-I plan to design and release a USB version of my own design someday. 
  
  
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   * Sign in to [[https://​teams.microsoft.com|Microsoft Teams]]   * Sign in to [[https://​teams.microsoft.com|Microsoft Teams]]
  
 +===Test Your Webhook===
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 +<​code>​sudo nems-webhooktest</​code>​
  
 ====NEMS Warning Light: Log Files==== ====NEMS Warning Light: Log Files====
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