You can apply a local configuration profile to a Primex device. The local configuration file contains your OneVue account ID and the network settings saved in the profile. The profile settings are download to the device gateway during this procedure.
Primex Device Configuration software is installed on to your computer.
Primex device USB configuration cable (supplied with device)
A local profile (.pwg file type) is saved locally to your computer.
Verify the device does not have battery power applied; remove the device cover and temporarily set the battery on/off switch to the Off (down) position or remove the batteries.
Plug the Primex USB configuration cable into a USB port on your computer.
Plug the configuration cable mini-USB connector into the device USB mini port.
The device automatically powers up, detects the connection to your computer and enters configuration mode. The LCD displays the letters Con and the Config icon is displayed indicating the device is in configuration mode.
Open the Primex Device Configuration software. Go to All Programs > Primex > Primex Device Configuration or from your computer desktop, double-click on the Primex Device Configuration icon.
From the Enter Password window, enter the password.
Factory default password (case sensitive): Primex1
Select Connect. A connection between your computer and the device is established.
Verify the notification area located in the lower-left of the screen, displays Connected to device on COMx, which indicates the connection has been established.
From the top toolbar, select File.
From the drop-down menu, select Open.
Select the local configuration profile (.pwg file type). When the profile was created, by default it is saved to the Primex folder.
Select Write Configuration.
From the Confirmation Needed window, select Yes. The profile settings are downloaded to the device.
Select Disconnect. The connection between the software and device is ended.
Remove the USB connection between the device and your computer.
Apply power to the device; set the battery on/off switch back to the UP (On) position or insert batteries if removed.
When power was applied, the device automatically initiated a check-in to your OneVue account.
Verify the device LCD displays Signal OK, which indicates the device successfully checked-in to your OneVue account. If there were pending changes downloaded during its check-in, the device will reset and check-in a second time before the Signal OK icon is shown.
If No Signal is displayed, you can initiate a manual check-in to your OneVue account by pressing the device check-in button . The device emits a series of audio beeps indicating its connection sequence.
If a network connectivity issue occurs, you can test the wireless connection.