Each IML Click handset has two identities:
- IML Click UID
Unique hexadecimal number (e.g. 0010DB) that matches the barcode of each device. The UID of each device can not be changed.
- IML Click #
Programmable number from 1 to 500 that identifies each handset within a static address system. The original number is located on the smaller label on the back of each handset.
- Delegate names
Using the Register feature a delegate name can be associated with particular Click number. This benefits reporting and Scoreboards.
Retrieving keypad settings from the IML Click keypad
- Press the 1 and LINK key simultaneously for 3 seconds.
- A green LED flash represents the numerical values separated by the red LED indicator.
- To verify keypad settings, hold the 1 and Link key simultaneously for 3 seconds.
- The LED will begin flashing to indicate the Base ID and address.
- Green flashes represent numbers, and red flashes are used to separate the green flashes.
- The sequence of flashing lights is described in the table below:
Sequence for Base Channels Sequence for Keypad Address Tens Digit of Base ID Hundreds digit of keypad Address Red Flash Red flash Ones Digit of Base ID Tens digit of keypad Address Red Flash Red flash Short Pause Ones digit of keypad Address
- If the Base ID is below 10, the sequence starts with a red flash. For any 0 digits, there are no green flashes.
- The above description works whether the keypad is configured to Static or Dynamic operating modes.
If it is in Dynamic mode and the keypad is not connected to a IML Click Receiver, the report responds with all red blinks since the keypad has no unique address yet.
Reviewed and Approved by Product Team