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Unique to 72MHz OneVue Sync Transmitters they can be monitored and managed remotely from the OneVue cloud-based software. During installation a Transmitter is required to be configured for use with OneVue or as a standalone device. Primex strongly recommends configuration with OneVue, which does require a Transmitter to have an Ethernet network connection.
The primary difference between the two configurations is that Primex remote support services are provided with the OneVue Monitor configuration. This is due to the Transmitter reports its status and events to OneVue over the facility's network and its settings can be viewed and managed from OneVue. This allows Primex to investigate and provide remote support for service incidents.
OneVue Monitor Configuration
In addition to providing remote support services, this configuration allows access to all OneVue features. The features include device settings, alerts, reports, and over-the-air (OTA) firmware updates.
Transmitter settings are viewed and updated onsite, locally at the Transmitter from the app and its status is monitored locally from its front panel LED status indicators.
Examples of when Standalone Configuration would be acceptable include during construction and the facility's network is not active, its install location does not have access to an available network port, or remote support services are not required.