SMS Notification Module
Short Message Service (SMS) is the protocol that is used by text messaging systems. The SMS Notification Module allows you to deliver SMS alarm notifications via a cellular modem configured with a SIM card belonging to an active cellular account. If enabled, recipients of these messages can reply with a special code in order to acknowledge the alarm.
Inductive Automation officially supports five Airlink devices: the RV50/RV50X, RV55/RV55X, the Raven XE, the LS300, and the LX40. Most devices from most manufacturers that support the Airlink IP protocol can be used, but some configuration settings might be different. You can do the basic configuration for the Airlink modem by importing a template settings file provided by Inductive Automation. To learn more, refer to the Knowledge Base article by clicking the link on the right side of this page.
For more information about various AirLink® devices, see: https://www.sierrawireless.com/router-solutions/airlink/
Multiple Systems with One Modem
You can use one SMS modem with multiple Ignition systems for one-way (outgoing) messaging. If you want to use two-way messaging (incoming and outgoing), then only one Ignition system can receive those incoming responses.