For Single User Applications:
1) Install ONE copy of the Net/X-IP Command Center on a PC, virtual machine or Windows-based server.
2) Up to 500 thermostats can be in a single project file
3) MULTIPLE INSTANCES of the NetX-IP Command Center MAY BE RUN SIMULTANEOUSLY on the same PC, virtual machine or Windows-based server, AS LONG AS THERE IS NO THERMOSTAT IN MORE THAN ONE PROJECT FILE that is open at the same time. It is required that the user manage this.
Net/X Wi-Fi thermostats support WEP 40/64-bit ASCII, WEP 40/64-bit Hex, WEP 104/128-bit ASCII, WEP 104/128-bit Hex, WPA-PSK, and WPA2-PSK2. It is important to match the thermostat's Wi-Fi security type with that of your wireless network, otherwise you will not be able to connect the thermostat to your network. It is highly recommended to use either WPA or WPA2 security on your network due to better security.
I have replaced a thermostat, and the new thermostat has a different IP address. How do I remove the reference to the old thermostat from the command center?
To remove a thermostat from your project file right click on the device in the tree on the left and select 'Remove'.
Make sure the tables button is active. If the button is active make sure the window isn't resized to the bottom of the screen.
To change the password, access the thermostat and click on the Configuration tab. Down in the bottom right corner there is a box labeled Password, enter the new password you want and click the Apply button.
In order for the occupancy sensor to switch the thermostat into occupied mode the override timer in the thermostat configuration must be set to greater than 0:00. This setting can be found on the configuration page.
Make sure you are entering the ASCII port not the http port number. If you are seeing the IP address in the top right corner instead of the name of the thermostat, the information is not entered correctly.