This topic provides the instructions to configure InfoBoards for use with a OneVue Notify standalone solution. InfoBoards configured for standalone use are not monitored by or managed from OneVue.
Transmitter: each OneVue Sync Transmitter is configured, installed, and operating.
Mobile device: has either Wi-Fi or mobile connectivity enabled during configuration.
NTP time source: if InfoBoards will use NTP as their time source, up to three NTP Server IP addresses/URLs can be configured.
Apply power to InfoBoard.
From your mobile device, open the OneVue Device Configurator (ODC) app .
Set InfoBoard into Bluetooth discoverable mode: press and release its Bluetooth pairing button.
Button is located in its backside connection panel. It's best to use a paper clip or similar object to press and release the button.
Select Standalone use.
From available devices, select the InfoBoard 12-character MAC address (printed on a label affixed to its back panel).
IB403: Indicates Large InfoBoard model
IB402: indicates Medium InfoBoard model
IB401: indicates MiniBoard model
If the InfoBoard is not listed, select the app Refresh icon.
Confirm its Network settings and select Continue.
By default, set to use a DHCP network. If using a Non-DHCP network, turn DHCP Off and enter the static IP network settings.
Configure its primary settings.
Name: unique name of the device. Commonly set to identify its install location.
Time Zone: select the install location Time Zone.
Configure its display settings, select Advanced.
Display Mode Settings: 12- hour mode (default) or 24-hour mode.
Color Settings: set the character color for Time, Date, and Timer. Options are limited to Red (default), Green, and White.
Time Source: set to receive time updates from Transmitter (default) or from a NTP server by selecting Manual NTP Configuration (requires Ethernet connection). If set to NTP, enter three NTP server IP addresses.
Firmware: update firmware version only when directed by Primex Technical Support.
Select Save to complete configuration.