You set up your LogicLoop rule to trigger a PagerDuty alert. First, create a PagerDuty action destination type.
You will need a PagerDuty service integration key which is a webhook URL you can configure under your PageDuty Service's integration tab.
Next, add an Action to your Rule with the PagerDuty integration you just set up. You can specify a description of the alert in your PagerDuty configuration.
Here's what the alert will look like when it gets triggered in PagerDuty.
If the same LogicLoop alert triggers twice in a row, it create an alert under an existing PagerDuty incident instead of creating a new incident. If the incident is resolved, the next time the LogicLoop alert fires it will create a new PagerDuty incident.