This topic provides the steps to configure a Transmitter for Standalone Use, which it will not be monitored or have a connection to OneVue. Be sure to complete the steps in the order as they appear below.
For a system with more than one Transmitter, first configure and install the main Transmitter and verify it received a valid time signal and then configure Repeater Transmitter(s). When all Transmitters are configured and installed, you can then configure and install the system clocks or InfoBoards.
Verify the requirements below are met before you begin configuring a OneVue Sync Transmitter.
All external components are installed including an external or internal antenna and GPS Receiver, and all connections have been established, and the Transmitter is powered on.
The main Transmitter connections include its AC power, GPS Receiver (for GPS time source), internal or external antenna, and an Ethernet network connection if NTP is its time source.
Repeater Transmitter external connections include its AC power and internal antenna.
NTP time source
The main Transmitter requires connection to wired Ethernet network and NTP Servers IP address (up to three allowed). If wired Ethernet network is a Non-DCHP network, the IPv4 network settings are required during configuration.
Port UDP 123 is required to be open for use with external Network Time Protocol (NTP) Servers. Use of internal NTP Servers is also supported.
Open ODC app.
Select Standalone Configuration.
Set Transmitter into Bluetooth discoverable mode.
From the Transmitter's front panel, press and release the Bluetooth pairing button. Transmitter is discoverable for the next two minutes (Power LED is illuminated and Transmit LED flashes).
From available devices, select the Transmitter. If multiple devices listed, verify the 12-character MAC address located on the Transmitter's back panel.
If the Transmitter is not listed, select the app Refresh icon.
Verify its factory specifications.
MAC Address: Unique 12-character MAC Address discoverable on the facility's network. The MAC address is printed on a label located on the Transmitter's back panel.
Model: Identifies the Primex device model. All OneVue Sync Transmitters are identified by Transmitter (TX400).
Tx Mode: Identifies the Transmitter hardware configuration. Indicates if 1, 5, or 30 Watt and internal or external antenna.
Enter a Name for the Transmitter.
Verify Call Sign (preset by Primex).
Set its Time Zone to the install location.
Set its Time Source.
Set its RF Channel/Receive Channel.
Repeater Transmitter only. Select Advanced Options to configure its Repeater Transmit Channel.
Optional settings, select Advanced Options.
The settings below (Transmit Continuously and Normal Transmit) should only be changed when requested or approved by an authorized Primex support technician.
Settings are downloaded to the Transmitter.
From the front of the Transmitter, verify it is not in a Caution or Error state.