Connecting to the Smart Meter

Please contact your local utility to see if they support this feature and allow devices to connect to their Smart Meter. If your local utility allow you to connect, please ensure you read all instructions that came from your local utility before following the steps below.

 

  1. Ensure your Smart Meter is provisioned to allow devices to join.

NOTE: You will need to provide the EUI and the Install Code of the In-Home Display to your local utility in order for them to provision their Smart Meter to allow your device to join. The EUI and the Install Code is located on the product label on the back of the device and it is also located on the extra product label included in the package contents.

 

  1. Insert the included rechargeable battery into the battery slot of the In-Home Display.

  2. Connect the external power supply to the DC port on the In-Home Display and plug it into a wall socket.

  3. After the Jetlun In-Home Display boots up, on the menu bar, select the Settings.

  1. Then, select Network.

  2. Under Network Type, ensure ZigBee is selected.

  1. Select the Join button to enable the Jetlun In-Home Display to begin to search for available networks to connect to. 

NOTE: The In-Home Display will attempt to scan all ZigBee channels ten (10) times before it stops attempting to search for available networks. While the In-Home Display searches for an available network to join, the display with will show the progress of the scanning process by displaying “Scanning X loop”, where “X” is 0-10.

  1. When the In-Home Display successfully connects to the Smart Meter, the Join button will be changed to a Leave button and the ZigBee status is changed to Online. It also displays the word, “Success” to indicate it has successfully connected to the network. If it failed to join, the Join button name is not change, the status is offline and the word, "Failed" will be displayed.




Connecting to the Jetlun Energy Manager or Jetlun eBox through the MyJetlun portal

If you have not already, register for a myJetlun account online at http://myjetlun.com/users/sign_up. 

 

During the initial setup of myJetlun, it will walk you step-by-step on how to connect devices to the portal. The below instructions explain how to add a device after the initial setup process.

 

  1. Log into the myJetlun portal with your credentials.
  2. Once logged in, on the main menu, select Devices and you will land on the Devices page.
  3. Underneath the list of devices, click on the Add Device button. 
  4. Follow the step-by-step process online on how to add a device to the myJetlun portal.

  5. When prompted to click on the join button, insert the included rechargeable battery into the battery slot of the In-Home Display.Connect the external power supply to the DC port on the In-Home Display and plug it into a wall socket.
  6. After the Jetlun In-Home Display boots up, on the menu bar, select the Settings.

  7. Then, select Network.
  8. Under Network Type, ensure ZigBee is selected.

  9. Select the Join button to enable the Jetlun In-Home Display to begin to search for available networks to connect to. 

  10. When the In-Home Display successfully connects to the Energy Manager, the Join button will be changed to a Leave button and the ZigBee status is changed to Online. It also displays the word, “Success” to indicate it has successfully connected to the network. If it failed to join, the Join button name is not change, the status is offline and the word, "Failed" will be displayed.

 

NOTE: The In-Home Display will attempt to scan all ZigBee channels ten (10) times before it stops attempting to search for available networks. While the In-Home Display searches for an available network to join, the display with will show the progress of the scanning process by displaying “Scanning X loop”, where “X” is 0-10.


NOTE: Be sure to have the EUI and the Install Code of the In-Home Display handy. The myJetlun portal may ask you to input it in during the process. The EUI and Install Code can be found on the product label on the back of the In-Home Display and is also located in the extra product label that came with your In-Home Display.



Connecting to the Jetlun Energy Manager or Jetlun eBox Locally

  1. Follow the instructions that came with your Energy Manager and log into the local web server of the Energy Manager/eBox.
  2. Once logged in, on the main menu, select Setup > ZigBee and you will land on the below screen. The Setup > ZigBee page is divided into three main sections.



Forming the Network. This section allows you to form a ZigBee network. Before adding any ZigBee devices, such as the Jetlun In-Home Display, you must form the network. When the network is formed, the Form button will be changed to a Leave button. If your ZigBee network is not formed, the Form button will be displayed.
Joining Time Permissions. This section allows you to set Joining Time Permissions. You can configure to allow ZigBee devices to join within X seconds, or join anytime or deny join indefinitely.
Link Key Management. This section is only displayed when your Energy Manager is running ZigBee Smart Energy Profile and is most likely connected to a utility-sponsored program. The ZigBee Smart Energy Profile adds an extra layer of security over the ZigBee network, requiring user to manually enter the EUI and Install Code of the device they are trying to add to the network into the Energy Manager prior to attempting to connect the device. 
  1. Specify the Channel ID, Power Level and PAN ID.
NOTE: In general, you can leave the Channel ID and PAN ID to its default settings. For Advanced Users, if you have more than one ZigBee Networks, please ensure that each ZigBee network have a different Channel ID and PAN ID. The PAN ID must be 4 Hex characters. (From 0000 to FFFF.)

 

  1. Click the Form button to form the ZigBee network on the Energy Manager.
  2. Ensure the Form button becomes a Leave button and the ZigBee LED on the Energy Manager lits up solid green.
  3. Next, select an option to configure Joining Permissions.
  1. Once selected, click on the Execute button. 
  2. Skip this step if your Energy Manager is running Home Automation Profile. Only perform this step if your Energy Manager is running Smart Energy Profile. Enter the EUI and Install Code of the In-Home Display and click Add.

  3. Insert the included rechargeable battery into the battery slot of the In-Home Display.
  4. Connect the external power supply to the DC port on the In-Home Display and plug it into a wall socket.
  5.  After the In-Home Display boots up, on the menu bar, select the Settings.

  6. Then, select Network.

  7. Under Network Type, ensure ZigBee is selected.

  8. Select the Join button to enable the In-Home Display to begin to search for available networks to join.

  9. When the In-Home Display successfully connects to the Energy Manager, the Join button will be changed to a Leave button and the ZigBee status is changed to Online. It also displays the word, “Success” to indicate it has successfully connected to the network. If it failed to join, the Join button name is not change, the status is offline and the word, "Failed" will be displayed.

  10. When the In-Home Display successfully connects to the Smart Meter, the Join button will be changed to a Leave button and the ZigBee status is changed to Online. It also displays the word, “Success” to indicate it has successfully connected to the network. If it failed to join, the Join button name is not change, the status is offline and the word, "Failed" will be displayed.


NOTE: The In-Home Display will attempt to scan all ZigBee channels ten (10) times before it stops attempting to search for available networks. While the In-Home Display searches for an available network to join, the display with will show the progress of the scanning process by displaying “Scanning X loop”, where “X” is 0-10.