Power Controller Settings

Tap the gear button next to the device name to display a Settings dialog box for the power controller. The About tab is selected and displays the device information. The Settings dialog box has additional tabs for Power Banks, Power, and Update.

To configure additional settings, select Web Configuration to open the Web UI.

Note: The available settings may vary based on the capabilities of the device.

Power Banks

Tap the Power Banks tab to configure outlets, configure power settings, and ping monitoring.

Assign Devices

To assign devices that are connected to the outlet:

  1. Select  Configure.

  2. Select a room.

    Notes:

    • Rooms with unassigned devices are displayed with black text, rooms with assigned devices are displayed with blue text, and rooms that have no devices are shown with gray text.
    • The Crestron Home processor and gateways are located in the Whole House room.

  3. Select devices that are connected to the outlet.

    Note: A device can be assigned to only one outlet.

Outlet Power Settings

To configure the outlets:

  1. Select the Power tab.
  2. To configure the supported actions, select Supported Actions and then select the actions that are supported by the power controller.
  3. To control the outlet, select On, Off, or Cycle.

  4. To set the power on delay or cycle delay:

    Note: If a system-wide delay is used for all controlled outlets, set the delay using the Power tab on the main settings screen.

    • Power On Delay: Enter the number of seconds to wait before turning on the outlet in Power On Delay (s).

    • Cycle Delay: The amount of time that the outlet remains off during a power cycle. To set the cycle delay, enter the number of seconds to wait before turning on the outlet in Cycle Delay (s).

Ping Monitoring Settings

Use Ping Monitoring to detect an offline device and automatically power cycle the outlet.

To turn on and configure ping monitoring:

  1. Select the Ping Monitoring tab.

  2. To turn on ping monitoring, select Enable Ping Monitoring.
  3. Enter the ping settings:
    • Ping Timeout: The amount of time that passes before determining that the ping failed.
    • Ping Retry attempts: The number of failed ping attempts before determining that the device is offline before triggering a reboot.
    • Ping Interval: The frequency between ping attempts.
    • Ping Delay: The amount of time to wait after a reboot before pinging the device.
    • Reboot Attempts: The number of times a device will be power-cycled due to failed ping attempts.
  4. Set the Ping Targets:

    1. Select  Configure.
    2. Enter the IP address, host name, or web address of the device.

    3. Select OK.

Device Power

Use the Power tab to power cycle all devices. To power cycle all devices connected to the device, select Cycle All.

If available, set the system-wide power on or cycle delay:

  • Power On Delay: Enter the number of seconds to wait before turning on the outlet in Power On Delay (s).

  • Cycle Delay: The amount of time that the outlet remains off during a power cycle. To set the cycle delay, enter the number of seconds to wait before turning on the outlet in Cycle Delay (s).

Update

Use the Update tab to update the device firmware.

  • Current Version: Displays the current firmware version for the gateway.
  • Available Version: Displays the available firmware version for the gateway.
  • Update: If a firmware update is available, tap Update to update the firmware.
  • Check For Update: Tap the Check For Update button to search for firmware updates for the gateway.