Learn how to add a new clock to OneVue or update its network and primary settings with the OneVue Wired Device Configurator (OWDC) app.
A PoE Digital Clock/Timer requires two cables, both an OTG Data Cable with Extra Power (either Micro USB or USB C) and a Mini-USB to USB cable. The data cable connects to your Android device, a USB wall outlet adapter to supply power to the clock, and the Mini-USB to USB cable connects the data cable to the clock. Recommended OTG Data Cable with Extra Power cables available online: Option 1: Micro USB 2.0 OTG Host Adapter with USB Power or Option 2: Micro USB Host OTG Cable with USB Power
OneVue Network Profile the device will connect to. For a Non-DHCP network, you are required to provide the device's static IP address.
From the OWDC app, you cannot create a new network or edit its settings. Before you begin, from OneVue verify the network exists or add a new network.
Unique name of the clock, commonly identifies its install location.
From your Android device, open the OWDC app.
Log in: enter your OneVue username and password (required to be assigned to the Account Admin role).
Connect the clock to your Android device using both an OTG Data Cable with Extra Power (either Micro USB or USB C) and a Mini-USB to USB cable.
On the back of the clock, remove the setting panel access cover. Locate the mini-USB port.
Add Device screen displays its primary settings.
Clock name: commonly identifies the clock installation location.
To assign or update network: select a Network Type, select a network.
Select Create Clock. OWDC configures the clock and displays its configuration status.
Do not remove the connection between the clock and your Android device until prompted.
When the Disconnect Device message appears, remove USB connection between the clock and your Android device.
Once disconnected, OWDC verifies the device successfully checks-in to OneVue. If after 15 minutes it does not check-in, OWDC displays a status message.
If applicable, it may also take time to download the latest firmware (LED panel displays UP).
You can now configure additional devices or close OWDC when you’re done.