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Connect to a wireless hub: Required for Android devices. (Optional on iPhone/iTouch/iPad.)

If you’re not experienced with Wi-Fi networking, please consider asking someone with experience before attempting to connect the iGloLEDset to a hub. Note: Each time you change the configuration of your hub you must reboot the iGloLEDset controller.

1. Connect your Android device or desktop computer to the LEDlights wireless network.

2. Open up your internet browser on your desktop computer or Android device when you’re connected to the Wi-Fi controller (LEDlights) and point to this URL – http://169.254.1.1/

3. Use the following settings:

WLAN Type should be set to Infrastructure
SSID Name should be able to detect your existing networks and show in the list; if not detected, select the last option in the drop down and type the SSID name yourself
Security Type should be set to whatever you’ve set on the wireless hub
Security Key should also be entered in the text box

4. Finally click on “Apply” and the configuration should get applied properly.

5. A green blinking light on the controller indicates that the configuration setup was successful and that the lights controller has joined the wireless hub successfully.

The iGloLEDset Configuration Page has the following options:

1. WLAN Type:
a. Ad hoc (IBSS): Sets up the Lights Controller as an independent network
b. Infrastructure (BSS): Sets up the Lights Controller with an existing Wi-Fi network like a bridged Wi-Fi network

2. SSID Name:
a. In “Ad hoc” mode an SSID name can be set by selecting “Enter a SSID below…”
b. In “Infrastructure” mode an SSID can be selected from the drop down menu if the SSID is detectable otherwise it can be entered using the “Enter SSID below…” option

3. Security Type:
a. In “Adhoc” mode only WEP 64 and 128 bits options are available
b. This is not auto detected, so you will need to know the Security type being used by the network you want to join into in “Infrastructure” mode

4. Security Key
a. In “Ah hoc” mode with WEP 64-bit the key length should be 10 letters and so on
b. In “Infrastructure” mode the key will be the one used to join the other network

5. Apply – Be careful when applying the setting, if there is an error connecting to the Lights Controller will not be possible anymore; a hardware factory reset will be needed, details of which are given in our FAQ and below.

6. Reset All – Does not reset the settings of the actual controller only the fields of the form

How do I reset the controller?
Hold down the black button on the controller and unplug the power supply from the wall. Keep the button pressed down. Wait ten seconds. While keeping the button pressed down, plug the power supply back in. Wait ten seconds. Release the button.

<em>Can I connect the iGloLEDset to an Apple Airport Express?</em>
Yes, However you must set the AirPort Express to use fixed channel 1,6 or 11 rather than ‘automatic’ setting.
<em>What security protocols does the iGloLEDset support?</em>
WPA Passphrase, WPA Calculated, WEP 64, WEP-128
WPA, WPA2 is supported by the WPA Passphrase option. When you use this option, the controller will take about 30 seconds to make its initial connection while it calculates the actual key to use. This value is then stored in the unit for subsequent connections.

Can I connect the iGloLEDset to an Apple Airport Express?
Yes, However you must set the AirPort Express to use fixed channel 1,6 or 11 rather than ‘automatic’ setting.

What are the settings for a D-Link Hub?
We’ve tested various D-Link & Netgear Hub with the iGloLEDset with the settings below.

Mode: 80211b only (Not Mixed Mode | B Only or A/B Only)
Wireless Channel: 1 (11 Also works)
Transmission Rate: 1
Channel Width 20Mhz
Firmware: UPGRADED TO LATEST VERSION

What security protocols does the iGloLEDset support?
WPA Passphrase, WPA Calculated, WEP 64, WEP-128

Does the iGloLEDset support WPA, or WPA2?
Yes. WPA and WPA2 is supported by the WPA Passphrase option. When you use this option, the controller will take about 30 seconds to make its initial connection while it calculates the actual key to use. This value is then stored in the unit for subsequent connections.

I’m having trouble connect the iGloLEDset to my wireless hub.  What else can I try?
Set your hub to use a fixed channel 1,6 or 11. Use Wireless B protocol only. Some routers use an ‘automatic’ setting which does not work well for the setup configuration. Some routers in mixed mode can have trouble with the iGloLEDset.

IMPORTANT: EACH TIME YOU CHANGE THE CONFIGURATION OF YOUR WIFI HUB YOU MUST REBOOT THE IGLOLEDSET.

How can I verify my iGloLEDset is connected to my network?


To verify the LEDlights network is no longer visible: On your device, go into the WiFi settings and look at the list of available networks. If you’re seeing the LEDlights network, that means the iGloLEDset configuration page has not been setup to work with your home WiFi Network. So we need to get you to the setup page. In order to do that:


1. Connect your iPhone to the LEDlights wireless network.

2. Open up SAFARI or another internet browser on your iPhone. In the address bar type: 169.254.1.1

3. Use the following settings:

WLAN Type should be set to Infrastructure
SSID Name should be able to detect your existing networks and show in the list; if it’s not see Hub setup instructions.
Security Type should be set to whatever you’ve set on the wireless hub
Security Key should also be entered in the text box

4. Finally click on “Apply” and the configuration should get applied properly.

5. A green blinking light on the controller indicates that the configuration setup was successful and that the lights controller has joined the wireless hub successfully.

Setup your hub with a basic configuration and then add back features. Configure your hub to:
Security: None
Mode: 80211b only
Wireless Channel: 1 (1, 6, or 11 will work)
Transmission Rate: 1
Channel Width 20Mhz
Firmware: UPGRADED TO LATEST VERSION

Another helpful tip is to use a mobile device network utility such as IP Scanner to view your wireless network.
http://itunes.apple.com/app/ip-network-scanner-lite/id335517828?mt=8&partnerId=30&siteID=vJCdkOKlzjg

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