OneVue Notify with Critical Notifications provides digital critical notifications, synchronized time, and messaging throughout your facility. From OneVue you can manage and monitor your Transmitters and InfoBoards, leverage the alerting and reporting features and more.
We recommend familiarizing yourself with the following features.
OneVue is a cloud-based solution that is accessed from a web browser on a tablet, smartphone, laptop or desktop computer with an internet connection.
From your User Profile, you can update your user name and avatar image, password, alert preferences, and mobile phone number. Your access to features and devices are determined by the Role and Device Classes assigned to you.
OneVue monitors the check-in status received from OneVue Sync Transmitters and Notify InfoBoards and their last check-in. A Transmitter checks-in every 5 minutes by default and an InfoBoard checks-in daily at a system scheduled time. You will know when a device requires attention by its current State and Status.
Monitored data can be viewed from the Dashboard that displays the state of all devices, a To Do list of active Transmitter alerts, new reports, and system notifications. Operating and event history is viewed from the profile of a Transmitter and InfoBoard.
Transmitter settings are managed from its profile. Its profile settings include its name, assigned Business Unit or Location (optional), Alarm Delay, and NTP Servers. From a Transmitter's gateway profile, you can manage its assigned network, firmware, how often it connects to OneVue (Check-In Interval), and how long it can go without a check-in to OneVue (Unresponsive Timeout).
OneVue Notify InfoBoards digitally display critical notifications, synchronized time, and general messaging. InfoBoards can also operate as a scheduled countdown, code blue, and elapsed timer. When not displaying a critical notification, InfoBoards display synchronized time, general messaging, and non-critical events (elapsed and scheduled timer events).
What's displayed on your InfoBoards is set from the InfoBoard Group assigned to each InfoBoard. From the profile of an InfoBoard, you will set its assigned InfoBoard Group and other settings specific to the InfoBoard.
The critical notification events displayed on InfoBoards are commonly be defined by your facility's emergency response plan. By default these events are preset by Primex and can be customized with a OneVue Notify Monitor subscription. A customization is defined as a change made to the Primex preset characters displayed by InfoBoards during a critical notification event.
Time Synchronization settings: default Time Zone and NTP Servers
Critical Notification Presets: characters displayed on InfoBoards during a critical notification event
Business Unit: allows you to manage who has access to devices and data based on their job responsibilities. Each user is assigned to a Role within a Business Unit, which grants their access to the features, Transmitters, and InfoBoard Groups. If your organization has areas that specific staff is responsible for, you would create a Business Unit for each area.
System-wide user settings: user session and password complexity settings.
User Announcements: provides a method to communicate important information to your OneVue users. An active User Announcement appears on the Dashboard for all users.
A User is someone who can log in to OneVue. A user assigned to the Account Admin role manages what data and features each user has access to by assigning users to Roles and Device Classes.
OneVue has a User Role-based permission structure assigned by Business Unit. The Role assigned to a user sets their permission to OneVue features (what they can and cannot do) and the Business Unit assigned to their Role sets the data the user has access to. At a minimum, each user is required to be assigned to a Role within a Business Unit. In addition, a user is assigned to the Device Class for each type of Primex device installed at your facility.
An Alert Rule generates alert notifications to notify staff when a Transmitter is in an Alarm state. The content of the alert notification identifies the Transmitter and the condition that resulted in the Alarm state.
Alerts Rules only apply to Transmitters. For InfoBoards, reports are the method to alert staff when a device is in a Warning state. 72MHz Analog Clocks, Digital Clocks and Timers are not monitored by OneVue.
Reports are generated by Report Profiles. A Report Profile is configured to be specific to your reporting requirements. Report settings include the type of report, the devices included in the report, how frequent the report is generated, and who report notifications are sent to. At anytime, reports can be viewed and downloaded from OneVue.
A Network Profile in OneVue represents a wired Ethernet network at your facility. Each Transmitter is assigned to a network profile, which allows its connection to your facility's network to transmit data to and download settings from OneVue. When a Transmitter uses NTP as its time source, it will also connect to its assigned network to receive NTP time updates. InfoBoards are also assigned to a network profile for general messaging and scheduling.