SEVEN Installer Setup Menu

The SEVEN Installer Setup Menu can be used by the installer onsite to make customer specific changes to suite an individual customer. The SEVEN configuration is designed to suit the majority of your customers, the Installer Setup Menu should be used to customise SEVEN to suit an individual user’s preferences. This can include adjusting the lights and the sounds.

To access the Installer Setup

  1. Press and hold the Connect, Info, and Cancel buttons (at the same time) for three seconds. SEVEN will announce “Installer Setup” and status lights will turn blue.
  2. The Help button can be pressed to change a setting (The value is saved each time it is changed).
    • The voice message with the current value applied will repeat if left for five (5) seconds.
    • Any volume setting voice announcement will be followed by a beep to indicate the volume level.
  3. Press the Cancel button to move to the next setting in the menu.
  4. To exit, press the Power button.

Installer Setup Options

Depending on the configuration file applied to SEVEN, some of these settings may not be included in the Installer Setup Menu. Additional changes to SEVEN operation can be made remotely through the Chiptech Wizard software.

Installer Setup Menu
Notification Volume
Disabled
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
General Volume
Disabled
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Ring Volume
Disabled
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Pre-alarm Volume
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Cellular Pathway
A
B
A and B
Internet Pathway
Disabled
Wi-Fi
Ethernet
Wi-Fi and Ethernet
RF Device Testing
Disabled
30 days
60 days
90 days
180 days
Unit Testing
Disabled
Daily
7 days
30 days
Clear All RF Device
No
Yes
Help Brightness
Low
Medium
High
Underglow Brightness
Off
Adaptive
High
Audio Assisted Install
Disabled
Enabled
Installation Position
Tabletop
Wall Mounted

Clear All RF Devices

This is a new feature for Chiptech base units. There may be some situations where you need to clear all of the RF devices learned into a base unit.

If you are experiencing any ‘RF failed to test’ reports in areas that service many base units, clearing all RF devices will allow you to relearn the devices to ensure that it has not been incorrectly programed with another nearby customers RF device.

For example, if a base unit has been refurbished and is no longer using the originally paired pendant, clearing all RF devices ensures that the base unit will no longer respond to the old pendant.

When “Yes” is selected and the installer moves to the next option OR exits the Installer Setup Menu, SEVEN will announce “RF devices cleared. Enter learn mode to add devices”.

SEVEN will clear the Device List of all the RF Devices that have been previously learned in. No RF device will be able to activate SEVEN.

Please note: An installer can swap back and forth between “Yes” and “No” without clearing All RF Devices, only moving to the next option or exiting will Clear All RF Devices.

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