A Transmitter can be configured for use with a wired DHCP or Non-DHCP Ethernet network. A Transmitter's network settings only need to be changed with there is an update to its static IP address. Static IP address changes can only be completed locally, onsite with the OneVue Device Configurator (ODC) app.
The ODC app is available for both iOS and Android mobile devices. Download the app from the App Store or Google Play™. Search for Primex OneVue Device Configurator.
Open the OneVue Device Configurator (ODC) app.
Select Connect to OneVue.
Enter your OneVue Username and Password and select Log In.
Select the OneVue account.
The account selection option only appears if your user login is associated with more than one OneVue account.
Set Transmitter into Bluetooth discoverable mode.
From the Transmitter front panel, press and release the Bluetooth pairing button. The 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 are listed, verify the 12-character MAC address located on the Transmitter 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.
From the network settings, enter the new static IP address.
Settings are downloaded to the Transmitter and initiates its first-time check-in to OneVue.
Verify the Transmitter checked-in to OneVue. It may take up to two minutes to check-in.
Log in to OneVue > go to Devices > Transmitters > verify its Last Check-in.
From the front of the Transmitter, verify it is not in a Caution or Error state.