How to Set Up Your Smartlinc Using the Web Pages

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How to Set Up Your Smartlinc Using the Web Pages
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Plug your ethernet cable into your router and your Smartlinc.

Plug your ethernet cable into your router and your Smartlinc.

2
Plug your Smartlinc directly into the wall. (We'll want to stay away from surge protected power strips as they can interfere with our signals)

Plug your Smartlinc directly into the wall. (We'll want to stay away from surge protected power strips as they can interfere with our signals)

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1). Go to  http://smartlinc.smarthome.com/  2). Click - I'm at home

1). Go to smartlinc.smarthome.com/ 2). Click - I'm at home

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Click on the IP address that has been found.

Click on the IP address that has been found.

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Click - You should check the clock!

Click - You should check the clock!

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Now we'll want to type the time and click the Set Time button. Once the time is set, click on the Home icon in the top-left corner of the page.

Now we'll want to type the time and click the Set Time button. Once the time is set, click on the Home icon in the top-left corner of the page.

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Click - Room

Click - Room

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Click - Scene

Click - Scene

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This is where we will program lights and devices we want to control.   First, turn on the device we want to control.  Click - Add

This is where we will program lights and devices we want to control. First, turn on the device we want to control. Click - Add

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Making sure the device is on, and the Smartlinc is waiting, press and hold the set button on the device we want to program for 3-5 seconds.

Making sure the device is on, and the Smartlinc is waiting, press and hold the set button on the device we want to program for 3-5 seconds.

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The Smartlinc should recognize the device and show you its Insteon six digit address. Click - Save & Return

The Smartlinc should recognize the device and show you its Insteon six digit address. Click - Save & Return

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Now you can test the device. As you can see above the yellow box behind the on reflects the current state of the light.

Now you can test the device. As you can see above the yellow box behind the on reflects the current state of the light.

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