Selecting the correct Alert Type when Setting Up Alerts is crucial to ensure you receive the correct information.
Milk is Too Warm
Sent the first time milk temperature exceeds each MPI cooling regulation (one message per regulation broken per milking).
Milk is Too Cold
Sent when milk temperature drops below a set temperature (one message per milking).
Sent when the stirrer is turned off while there is milk in the vat.
Milk Inlet Temperature Too Warm
Sent when milk inlet temperature is greater than a set temperature (one message per milking).
Sent when the power has been out for longer than ten minutes. Used to alert on shed power outages.
Sent when a milking has finished. Will be sent up to 30 minutes after milking actually ended, but will contain the actual time milking ended.
Hot Wash End
Sent when a vat wash has been completed. Contains the maximum temperature the wash reached.
Milk Score Changed
Fonterra Milk Score has changed.
Vat Supply State Change
Sent when a vat supply status changes.
Blue Top Alerts
All trim plan alerts, plus:
Sent when milk has been collected.
Milking Start without Wash
Sent when a milking has started but the vat had not been cleaned.
Milk Not at Temp at End of Milking
Sent when milk temperature is above a set temperature at the end of milking.
Sent when a milking has started.
Sent when the power has been restored, if it was off for longer than ten minutes.
Sent during milking if the vat reaches a set capacity.
Full Cream Alerts