Application monitors one or more devices with the Power Source attribute and when it detects a change from mains power to battery power (outage) schedules a set of predetermined actions. When power is restored (battery to mains) the app will execute the defined recovery actions. App has 3 outage action queues that can be set for differing delays to allow a staggered response in the event of an extended outage.
Usually that's often the case, but this kind of info she likes, when it's raining and the power is out, she gets nervous and usually calls the neighbor to go check our sump pump just in case (even if we have a high water sensor and a critical water sensor on it).
@thebearmay, the RM rule I had for power outages would set a global variable, when the hub boots up I have a rule that checks if that variable is set or not to let us know that the power was restored and refresh the ring range extender driver if it's still on battery (in the driver since the hub was off when coming back and did not get the message that it was back on main). This could be a nice feature to add since most use this kind of device to monitor power.
One question...Can we have multiple instances of the app running? For instance, I have a couple of Ring range extenders in the house that I will use to notify me and shut down the hub during an extended power outage. But I also have one extender plugged into an outlet in the garage that is on a GFCI. I just want to get notified if the GFCI trips, I don't want to shut down the hub. If this is not possible it is no big deal,...I will just leave the RM I have for the garage extender to notify me.