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Creating Maps. Create a folder on the Desktop and call it maps. Save the image files that you are going to use in this folder. Be sure to edit your pictures to best fit the display area. First the graphics need to be converted to the correct size and file format.

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Creating maps

Creating Maps


Creating maps

Create a folder on the Desktop and call it maps.

Save the image files that you are going to use in this folder.

Be sure to edit your pictures to best fit the display area.


Creating maps

  • First the graphics need to be converted to the correct size and file format.

  • In this example, there are three graphics we will be using from a single image.


Converting

Converting

  • Your files will need to be in the Windows Meta File format.

  • Easy Graphic Converter is a useful program that will not only convert your image files but also resize the images to the right size.

Go into Settings and set the Output Format to Windows Metafile(*.wmf) and under the Resize Option choose Exact Size and enter 504 for the Width and 360 for the Height. The Output directory should be set to C:\Program Files\Lifeline\SC_USER with no File Name Suffix.


Creating maps

Select the Add Directory tab and open the Maps folder

A window will open showing what file types can be converted

  • Select Start to convert your files, the files will automatically go to the output directory selected previously in the setup menu


Map file location

Map file Location

  • Now that the maps are converted they are not only the right size and format but also located in the C:\Program Files\Lifeline\SC_USER Sub-directory.


Regedit

RegEdit

  • Now that your Map files are in the SC_USER sub-directory set your default map in RegEdit.


Creating maps

Enter the name of the file for the main map that will be displayed in the Main Picture Field then click Write to save the change.

Then select the Register tab and enter the Community Name (this will be displayed above the main picture) again click Write to save the change and Exit.


Now when you enter smartcare the map and community name are displayed under the campus map tab

Now when you enter SmartCare the map and Community name are displayed under the Campus Map tab


Recap

Recap

  • Map files must be in Windows Metafile format at an aspect ratio of 5:7 (504x360 pixels)

  • Map files must be located inC:\Program Files\Lifeline\SC_USER

  • Use RegEdit to specify what file to use for the Campus Map and to enter the name of the community.


Warning

WARNING

  • DB Builder should not be twice on the same clusters it directly writes to Smart.mdb this will cause serious database issues. The Point of no return as far a writing devices is DB Summary seen on the picture to the Right. Once written to the DB even if you remove a cluster it will not delete the devices they must be manually deleted in SmartCare


Db builder

DB Builder

  • Go To My Computer

  • C:\Program Files\Lifeline\SmartCare\UTILITIES

  • Double-click on DBBuilder.exe


Opening smart mdb

Opening Smart.mdb

  • Click on file

  • Open

  • Smart.mdb

  • Save which is actually opening the database.


Number of ccu s

Number of CCU’s?

  • The Number of CCU’s is the Number of Receivers/Carts Plus one for the CAR/Motherboard.

  • If you have 8 Receivers and a CAR the Number of CCU’s is 9.


The car is always 255

The CAR is always 255


Pager setup

Pager setup


Adding pagers

Adding Pagers

Enter the pager number and description then select Add

Repeat the process for all local pagers


Pager escalation

Pager Escalation


Pager escalation level 3 out call

Pager Escalation Level 3 Out Call

  • In call escalation level three you see I have checked “call out to answering service”.

  • When level three is implemented a call will be placed to off site #. The phone will ring and when answered the voice will say

  • Community Name

  • Acct #

  • And read message ( which appears on pager)

  • The off site must press # when done listening to cancel call or the system will keep trying to dial off site. Also if an answering machine answers it will be treated just like a person answered. So the number the system is calling should not have an answering machine connected. Should always be a live voice.


Pager escalation level 3 out call cont

Pager Escalation Level 3 Out Call Cont

  • Place the Off Site Phone Number Here.

  • Account ID is used for offsite phone pagers.


Location cluster summary

Location Cluster Summary

  • Rules

  • Add a cluster only once

  • Deleting a cluster does not delete the locations created within the cluster

  • Never add a cluster twice

  • If needed, delete the old smart.mdb and replace with a new copy rather than trying to fix existing mistakes.


Clusters and caution

Clusters and Caution

  • Clusters are groups of locations that have something in common

  • If you have any suites in any cluster you must check the box even if there is only 1 suite in that group (Cluster)

  • Not all clusters will be resident locations


Cluster location setup

Cluster Location Setup

The group name should reflect the locations


Creating maps

Cluster Location Setup

Total Number of locations in the group


Creating maps

Cluster Location Setup

This stays with the locations


Creating maps

Cluster Location Setup

This stays with the locations


Adding a cluster

Adding a Cluster

This Places this device in all locations


Adding a second cluster

Adding a second cluster


Adding a 3 rd cluster

Adding a 3rd Cluster


Adding a 4 th group

Adding a 4th Group


Confirm

Confirm

  • Take the time to confirm the clusters

  • Are they correct, if so click next.

  • If Not delete or edit

  • If you forgot a group click new.


Suites

Suites

  • If you added Suites, then this is where you can choose those locations that are suites.


Suite details

Suite Details


Adjust numbering pattern

Adjust Numbering Pattern


Click next

Click Next

Select Next


Placing the dots

Placing the Dots

Now that the database is complete select Done.

From here select Yes to go directly to the place dots menu.

Note: Dots can be placed at a later time by selecting No, and then running the

PlaceDots utility located in C:\Program Files\Lifeline\SmartCare\UTILITIES


Dot menu

Dot Menu

Selecting the DB in the dot menu is referring to the Campus Map to be displayed for the Database

Select the appropriate file for the Campus Map that is to be used, then select Open.


Creating maps

When placing Dots the image file must be selected for each Dot individually regardless of whether or not they are on the same map.

  • First, change the File and select the corresponding map for the point listed at the top of the screen and select Ok.

  • The Dot by default is located in the upper left hand corner of the screen, single click the place on the map where the Dot should be placed (the Dot can be moved as many times as needed to find an optimal position on the map by single clicking locations) when the Dot is in the best position select Ok and that will save the location for that Dot and move to the next location.


Creating maps

When all Dots have been placed select Ok

  • Repeat the process of Changing Files (again even if it is the same map as the previous Dot located) selecting Ok

  • Locating the Dot by Single Clicking on the map

  • Selecting Ok

Now all Dots have been assigned to the database, select Exit

Note: Running the PlaceDots utility again after the initial setup will relocate the Dots back to the upper right hand corner and they will need to be relocated


Managing phbs and devices in smartcare

Managing PHBs and Devices in SmartCare

  • There are two Golden Rules to follow

  • PHBs are assigned to Residents, not apartments.

  • After you activate or deactivate any PHB or Device, you must sync the CAR.


To add a new resident

To add a new Resident:

  • Click on the Care Menu tab.

  • Log on to the System Menu (password: system).

  • The Residents tab will appear immediately.  Select Residents if anything else is showing.

  • To add a brand-new Resident, click on Move In.  To change existing Resident information, you can click on Edit (or Relocate to simply move the Resident to a different apartment).

  • Select the Location (room number) or the ID to edit, and click OK.  The red Residents tab will open.  (The list of Locations can be sorted by clicking on ID or Location.)

  • Enter the Resident information, and click Exit.

  • Click Yes to save the Resident information.

  • Click on Log Out to exit the System Menu.


Location location location

Location, Location, Location!

  • The Location must be entered into SmartCare before a Resident can be added.  If the Location is not listed, you must enter the Location in first.


System menu residents move in

System Menu – Residents – Move In

  • The Resident Information must be entered into SmartCare before adding the PHB.  If the Resident is not listed, you must enter the Resident information in first.


Moving in a resident

Moving In a Resident


Creating maps

Note the Room/Residency


How to add devices

How to Add Devices

  • PHBs are added and deleted through the Care Menu tab.  All other Devices (including fixed transmitters, pull cords, and wireless receivers) must be updated by logging into the System Menu (password: system) and customizing or adding Devices.


Add phb

Add PHB

  • Click on the Care Menu tab.

  • Click on Add PHB, or press F5.

  • Select the Resident name or location, and click OK.  The Add Device tab will open.  (The list of Resident names can be sorted by clicking on ID, Name, or Location.)


Note when learning a device

Note when Learning a Device

  • SmartCare will immediately ask you to Activate the new Transmitter.

  • Push the PHB.

  • Click on the checkbox to force sync to the CAR on exit.

  • Select the Done Learning button, or Add Another if you need to learn additional PHBs.

Check the Sync to CAR Box always


Swap delete can it be so easy

Swap? Delete? Can it be so easy

  • To swap or replace a PHB, follow the same procedure.  When you select the Resident, SmartCare will automatically delete her PHB and allow you to learn the new PHB.

  • To delete a PHB from an existing Resident, use the Care Menu tab and click on Del PHB, or press F6.  Select the Resident with the PHB to remove.


To enter a new location

To enter a new Location:

  • Click on the Care Menu tab.

  • Log on to the System Menu (password: system).  The Residents tab will appear immediately.

  • Select the Advanced tab.

  • Click on Locations.

  • Select any ID or Location, and click on OK.

  • Click on New to add a new (blank) Location.

  • Enter a description of the new Location (such as Apt. 106, Gym, Dining Area, 3rd Floor Laundry, etc.).

  • Assign a Group (if any).

  • Select the location of the nearest wireless receiver (if this is known).

  • Click on Exit.

  • Click Yes to save the Location information.

  • If you need to assign a Device to this location, use the procedure below for assigning a Device.

  • You can now assign a Resident to this Location, using the procedure listed above.


Adding a location

Adding a Location


Adding a location cont d

Adding a Location cont’d


Click new fill in information then click update click exit done

Click New, Fill in Information, then Click Update, Click Exit, Done.

Enter Name of New Location

All Locations belong to a group

If a Resident lives there Check it

Almost Done


It s all about the data

It’s all about the Data

Next up

Adding Devices


To add a new device to smartcare

To add a new Device to SmartCare:

  • Click on the Care Menu tab.

  • Log on to the System Menu (password: system).  The Residents tab will appear immediately.

  • Select the Advanced tab.

  • Click on Devices Tab.

  • Click on Add New.


To add a new device to smartcare1

To add a new Device to SmartCare:

  • Choose the correct options for the new Device: type of alert (Bath, Bed, etc.) and type of Device (door, pull cord, fixed transmitter, etc.), and the Location for the Device.

  • Click on Save.

  • SmartCare will immediately ask you to Activate the new Transmitter.

  • Trigger the Device.

  • Click on the checkbox to force sync to the CAR on exit.

  • Select the Done Learning button, or Add Another if you need to learn additional Device.

  • You can now assign a Resident to this Location, using the procedure listed above.


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