Pelican Wireless Systems
User Guide
Pelican and its Logo are Trademarks of Pelican Wireless Systems
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1:
Getting Started
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1.1 Setting Up a Pelican Site Manager
1.2 Setting Up a Password
1.3 Navigating Your New Pelican Site Manager
Admin Screen
1.4 Navigating an Existing Pelican Site Manager
Home Screen
Group Screen
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CHAPTER 2:
Setup your Pelican Site Manager
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2.1 Setup Default Thermostat Configuration
2.2 Default Thermostat Configuration
System Operation (Heat Pump)
System Operation (Conventional)
Thermostat Settings
Input Power Consumption
Notification Settings
Schedule Settings
2.3 Add or Remove Administrators or Users
Administrator Options
User Options
Delete an Admin or User
2.4 Site Configuration Options
Site Configuration
Adding Additional Gateways
Location
Usage Costs
Automated Email and/or Text Message Notifications
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CHAPTER 3:
Pelican Thermostat (TS200, TS200H, TCM)
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3.1 Name and Configure a New Pelican Thermostat
General Settings
Access an Existing Thermostat’s Setup Page
Troubleshooting a Thermostat’s Relay Output Signals
3.2 Controlling a Pelican Thermostat
Thermostat Control
Setting a Temperature
3.3 Scheduling a Thermostat
3.4 Activating the Vacation Schedule
One Touch Vacation Button
Using the One Touch Vacation Button
Setup and Use the Vacation Calender
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3.5 Setting up Vacation Schedules
Setting up a Default Vacation Schedule
Add a Vacation Schedule to a Thermostat
Vacation Settings
3.6 Reading a History Graph
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CHAPTER 4:
Remote Wireless Sensor (RT1-AC, RT1-DC)
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4.1 Name and Configure a New Remote Wireless Thermostat
General Settings
Access an Existing Remote Thermostat’s Setup Page
4.2 Managing a Remote Thermostat
Navigate to a Remote Thermostat
Setting Weighted Temperature Percentages
4.3 Reading a History Graph with Remote Temperatures
Navigate to a Thermostat’s History Graphs
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CHAPTER 5:
Wired Temperature and Alarm Sensor (TA1)
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5.1 Name and Configure a New Temperature and Alarm Sensor
Access a Thermostat Setup Page that is Connected with a TA1 Sensor
Wired Sensor
Temperature
Alarm
Temp Monitor
5.2 Managing a Temperature Sensor Set to Temperature
Navigate to the Thermostat a Temperature Sensor is Connected too
Setting Weighted Temperature Percentages
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CHAPTER 6:
Wireless Proximity Sensor (PRX1)
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6.1 Name and Configure a New Proximity Sensor
General Settings
Access an Existing Proximity Sensor’s Setup Page
6.2 Managing a Proximity Sensor
Navigate to a Proximity Sensor
Activate and Deactivate a Proximity Sensor
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Power Control Module (PM5-230)
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7.1 Name and Configure a New Power Control Module
Relay Settings
Access an Existing Power Relay Module’s Setup Page
7.2 Managing a Power Control Module
Navigate to a Power Relay Module’s Control Page
Power Relay Module Control
7.3 Scheduling a Power Control Module
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Navigate to a Power Relay Module’s Control Page
Schedule a Relay
Add Multiple Schedules for a Single Relay
Edit an Existing Schedule
Turn a Schedule On or Off
Add a Vacation Schedule
Turn ON a schedule one day and turn it OFF the next day
CHAPTER 8:
Forgot Password
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8.1 Generate a New Temporary Password
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CHAPTER 9:
MySites
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9.1 What is MySites?
9.2 Navigate to MySites
9.3 Using your MySites
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1. Getting Started
1.1 Setting Up a Pelican Site Manager
Install your Pelican Gateway and write down the serial number found on its front - XXX-XXXX.
Access a Web Browser on any Internet enabled device: PC, Tablet, or Smartphone.
- Note: On a PC, Pelican works best on Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, or Microsoft
Internet Explorer 9 or newer.
In your Web Browser go to URL: www.PelicanWireless.com
Once on Pelican’s website you will see the menu bar:
HOME
PRODUCTS
LITERATURE
SUPPORT
CASE STUDIES
NEW SITE SETUP
NEWS
Select NEW SITE SETUP
Input the requested information into the Site Wizard:
If you receive the error message: Invalid serial number or unreachable Gateway. Re-check that your Pelican
Gateway is installed correctly and is able to reach the Internet. If you continue to receive this error message
contact Pelican Support.
If able to reach the Gateway: Input the Site Name you want to use for accessing your Pelican Site Manager. The
beginning of your Site Name is unique, while it will always end in .officeclimatecontrol.net.
Administrator Email Address is considered the Super Administrator for the Pelican Site. This administrator is
who will be notified for Subscription payments.
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Site Type is dependent on the building you are installing Pelican’s Solution into.
Site Post/Zip Code is used to set the clock and timezone for your Pelican Site Manager.
By pressing SUBMIT you will generate an automated email to the Administrator’s email address. This email will
provide the Administrator with a temporary password. This can take up to 15 minutes. If after 15 minutes you
do not receive an email from notice@pelicanwireless.com, check your SPAM folder.
1.2 Setting Up a Password
On a Web Browser type in the URL you created for your Pelican Site Manager: ‘name’.officeclimatecontrol.net
Enter the Administrator Email Address you used when setting up your Pelican Site Manager.
Enter the Temporary Password you received via email from Pelican.
A new screen will appear requesting a permanent password. Enter in the password you want to permanently
use for accessing your Pelican Site Manager.
Press SUBMIT and you will be directed to your new Pelican Site Manager.
1.3 Navigating your New Pelican Site Manager
Before you install any Pelican thermostats you
will only have a few options on your Pelican
Site Manager:
Usage Graphs - Graphs displaying the energy
consumption of your HVAC systems.
System Time - Shows the Current time, Dust
time, and Dawn time for your location.
Admin - Setup and Configuration options are
found here.
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ADMIN SCREEN
User Management - Select to add a new
administrators or users to your Pelican Site
Manager.
Site Configuration - Where you can find
specific information about your Pelican Site
Manager. It is also where you add additional
Gateways and setup email or text message
alerts.
Default Thermostat Config - For creating a
default configuration that will automatically
upload into each Pelican thermostats as you
install them.
Default Schedule - For creating a default
schedule that will automatically upload into a
Pelican thermostat when you turn ON its
schedule.
Network Map - A graphical map showing how
your Pelican products are communicating
through-out the building they are installed in.
1.4 Navigating an Existing Pelican Site Manager
After you have installed your Pelican thermostats and configured them, you will have more options on your
Pelican Site Manager.
HOME SCREEN
Notifications - These will appear when Pelican
detects a maintenance issue with one of your
HVAC units.
Groups - On your Home Screen the Blue Fan
Icon indicates Groups of thermostats.
Usage Graphs - Graphs displaying the energy
consumption of your HVAC systems.
System Time - Shows the Current time, Dust
time, and Dawn time for your location.
Admin - Setup and Configuration options are
found here.
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GROUP SCREEN
Thermostat Current
Operation:
Cool On - Calling for Air
Conditioning.
Heat On - Calling for Heat.
Thermostat Names
Fan On - Calling for Fan.
Heat - Showing heat
setting.
Cool - Showing cool
setting.
System Off - Thermostat is
set to Off
Thermostats Real-Time Temperature
Being Detected
2. Setup your Pelican Site Manager
2.1 Setup Default Thermostat Configuration
The Default Thermostat Configuration allows you to setup a default configuration for your Pelican
Thermostats. As you install new Pelican Thermostats, and they connect with the gateway, they will
automatically upload the Default Thermostat Configuration that you have set.
For sites that have multiple thermostats with similarities in configuration, by configuring the most common
setting options, you can reduce your overall setup time. For any individual thermostats that require different
configuration options, you can change their configuration independently after you install them.
NOTE: The Default Thermostat Configuration must be setup before installing any thermostats to work
properly. Changing the Default Thermostat Config does NOT change already installed thermostat’s settings.
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select Admin at the bottom of your Home screen.
3. Select Default Thermostat Config from your Admin
screen.
4. Select the Configuration options that fit the thermostats you are installing.
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2.2 Default Thermostat Configuration
SYSTEM OPERATION (HEAT PUMP)
System Type - Set to Heat Pump.
Reversing Valve - Set to Cooling ON to activate
when calling for Cool (O) or Heating ON to activate
when calling for Heat (B).
Cycles Per Hour - Sets a target number of times our
thermostat will run each hour to maintain a specific
temperature.
Anticipation Degrees - STOP calling for heat or cool
this many degrees before reaching the target
temperature. (In anticipation that the space
temperature will still rise or fall after the
thermostat stops calling for Heat or Cool).
Calibration Degrees - For calibrating the
temperature being detected by the thermostat.
Heat Stages - Sets how many Heat stages the
thermostat will be controlling. NOTE: If you set to 0
stages it will disable the Heat function of the
thermostat.
Aux Heat - There are three Aux Heat settings:
Disabled - Do not have or do not want
to use Auxiliary Heat.
Auxiliary - If the Heat Pump cannot
achieve a temperature change of 5° per
hour then the thermostat will turn ON
the Aux Heat (makes this decision
within 10 minutes of running the Heat
Pump).
Emergency - If at anytime the Heat
Pump runs for an hour and the
temperature is not trending in the
correct direction, the thermostat will
turn ON the Aux Heat and send a
notification that it has been turned ON.
Cool Stages - Sets how many Cool stages the
thermostat will be controlling. NOTE: If you set to 0
stages it will disable the Cool function of the
thermostat.
Fan Stages - Sets how many Fan stages the
thermostat will be controlling.
Heat Needs Fan - Seting to YES means the
thermostat will turn the fan ON when it calls for
Heat.
Fan Circulation Minutes - Is an optional input for
having the thermostat turn ON the fan a certain
amount of minutes every hour.
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SYSTEM OPERATION (CONVENTIONAL)
System Type - Sets to Conventional.
Cycles Per Hour - Set a target cycle rate or the
number of times the thermostat should run, each
hour, to properly maintain a set temperature.
Anticipation Degrees - STOP calling for heat or
cool this many degrees before reaching the target
temperature. (In anticipation that the space
temperature will still rise or fall after the
thermostat stops calling for Heat or Cool).
Calibration Degrees - Calibrate the temperature
being detected by the thermostat.
Heat Stages - Set how many Heat stages the
thermostat is controlling. NOTE: If you set the
variable to 0 it will fully disable Heat.
Cool Stages - Set how many Cool stages the
thermostat is controlling. NOTE: If you set to 0 it
will fully disable Cool.
Fan Stages - Set how many Fan stages the
thermostat is controlling.
Heat Needs Fan - Seting to YES means the
thermostat will turn the fan ON when it calls for
Heat.
Fan Circulation Minutes - Is an optional input to
have the thermostat turn ON the fan a certain
amount of minutes every hour.
THERMOSTAT SETTINGS
Temp Display - Display temperature in
Fahrenheit or Celsius.
Heat Range - Set a limitation on the settable
Heat temperature range.
Cool Range - Set a limitation on the settable
Cool temperature range.
Allow Keypad Control - Set YES to be able to
lock the thermostat’s keypad. NOTE: This
option does NOT Lock or Unlock the
thermostat. Go to Page 18 - Thermostat
Control - for directions on locking a
thermostat.
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INPUT POWER CONSUMPTION
Pelican uses these power sizes to calculate the
consumption rate of running your HVAC units.
Input the most accurate power sizes for
accuracy in calculation. The # of inputs
changes based on the # of stages your
thermostat is set to control. Input in KW, TON,
BTU, or WATT. If you choose TON it will
calculate consumption based on a 13 SEER
rating.
Heat 1 Size - The consumption rate of Stage 1
Heat
Heat 2 Size - The consumption rate of Stage 2
Heat
Cool 1 Size - The consumption rate of Stage 1
Cool
Cool 2 Size - The consumption rate of Stage 2
Cool
NOTIFICATION SETTINGS
Notification Sensitivity - There are three levels
of notification settings: High, Medium, and
Low. Setting the sensitivity changes how
Pelican notifies you on potential maintenance
issues.
High - Send an immediate notification if
the thermostat is calling for Heat or
Cool and the temperature is NOT
reaching the set point.
Medium - Send a notification if the
temperature is NOT moving towards or
is moving away from the temperature
set-point for greater than 1 hour.
Low - Send a notification if the
temperature is NOT moving towards or
is moving away from the temperature
set-point and is at least 3 degrees off
from the temperature set-point.
Safe Range - Automatic monitoring option that
will generate an immediate notification if the
temperature moves beyond these temperature
ranges.
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SCHEDULE SETTINGS
NOTE: This is NOT where you schedule your
thermostat, these options effect the
scheduling options available to you when you
do schedule your thermostat. Go to Page 19 3.3 Scheduling a Thermostat - for directions
on scheduling a thermostat.
Repeat - Set the thermostat to have Daily,
Weekday/Weekend, or Weekly scheduling
options.
Daily - Same schedule everyday.
Weekday/Weekend (5-2) - Different
schedules for Monday–Friday than
Saturday–Sunday.
Weekly (7 day)- Different schedule
everyday of the week.
Set Times - Set the number of set times you
want available for each schedule. The default
options are 2, 3, or 4. Selecting Variable allows
up to 12 set times in a single schedule.
Multiple System Settings - Set to YES if you
want to change the System Setting (Auto, Heat,
Cool, or OFF) using the schedule.
Multiple Fan Settings - Set to YES if you want
to change the Fan Setting (Auto or ON) using
the schedule.
2.3 Add or Remove Administrators or Users
The User Management screen allows you to add or remove Administrators or Users. NOTE: With the Basic
Subscription you can only have a single Administrator. With the Standard or Enhanced Subscription you can
have an unlimited amount of Administrators or Users.
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select Admin at the bottom of your Home screen.
3. Select User Management from your Admin screen.
4. To ADD a new Administrator or User press
the
button found in the upper right hand
corner of your Pelican Site Manager.
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ADMINISTRATOR OPTIONS
Name - Input the name of the Administrator.
Email - Input the email address for this
Administrator. This email address will be used as
their Login Name and is where their temporary
password will be sent.
Type - Select Admin.
Log Out* - There are four Log Out options: On Exit,
After 1 Day, After 30 Days, Never. These are shown
on the next page.
USER OPTIONS
Name - Input the name of the User.
Email - Input the email address for this User. This
email address will be used as their Login Name and is
where their temporary password will be sent.
Type - Select User.
Log Out* - There are four Log Out options: On Exit,
After 1 Day, After 30 Days, Never. These options are
shown on the next page.
View Notifications - Set if this User can see the
Notifications for their viewable thermostats.
View Usage Graphs - Set if this User can see the
Usage Graphs for their viewable thermostats.
Thermostat Access** - Set which thermostats this
User can view, control, and/or manager. The options
available are shown on the next page
DELETE AN ADMIN OR USER
To Delete an Administrator or User you must be an
Administrator for your Pelican Site Manager.
1. Select the Administrator or User you want to
delete.
2. In the upper right hand corner of the User
Management screen > click the
button.
3. A confirmation screen will appear - Cancel to void
this deletion or OK to accept it.
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Log Out Options*
LOG OUT OPTIONS
On Exit - When the Browser window is
closed.
After 1 Day - One day after login.
After 30 Days - 30 days after login.
Never - Always remain logged in.
User Access Options**
USER ACCESS OPTIONS
No Access - Cannot see this thermostat.
View Only - Can see thermostat’s temperature
but, cannot control thermostat.
Set & View - Can see thermostat’s
temperature and control thermostat settings.
Full Access - Has complete control over
thermostat.
2.4 Site Configuration Options
Site Configuration is where you: view your Pelican Site Manager’s site information, add additional Gateways to
your Pelican Site Manager, input your KW and Therm costs, and input the email addresses or cell phone
numbers for receiving alert notifications. NOTE: Email and/or Text Message notifications are only available
with the standard or enhanced subscriptions.
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select Admin at the bottom of your Home screen.
3. Select Site Configuration from your Admin screen.
SITE CONFIGURATION
The first box is your Pelican Site Manager’s
URL.
Type - Set if your building is used for a
Business, Resident, or Hotel.
Subscription - Displays the current
Subscription level for your Pelican Site. There
are three Subscription Levels: Basic, Standard,
and Enhanced.
Gateway Serial No - The serial number of the
Pelican Gateway for this Pelican Site Manager.
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Adding Additional Gateways:
You can connect a total of 16 Pelican Gateways to a single Pelican Site Manager. NOTE: You should always add
new Gateways to your Pelican Site Manager before installing the Pelican Thermostats that will be
communicating through that new Pelican Gateways. Contact Pelican Support for further assistance.
1. Install your new Pelican Gateway and check to
make sure it is able to reach the Internet.
2. Record your New Pelican Gateway’s unique
Serial Number. XXX-XXXX.
3. Access your Pelican Site Manager > select
Admin > select Site Configuration.
3. Press the
Gateways.
button next to Additional
4. A window will appear - Input your New Pelican
Gateway’s serial number. If the serial number
you input is invalid, a new window will appear
with the statement: Unrecognized or Invalid
Gateway Serial Number - Addition canceled.
Press OK and check that the Pelican Gateway is
installed correctly and is able to reach the
Internet. If you continue to receive this error
message contact Pelican Support.
5. If the serial number is accepted - Select OK to
accept or select Cancel to void adding this
Gateway.
LOCATION
Shows the location that your Pelican thermostats are installed in and the Time Zone they are using for
scheduling.
USAGE COSTS
Inputting your Kwh and Therm energy rates will allow Pelican to calculate the energy costs associated with
running your HVAC units.
1. Access your Pelican Site Manager and navigate
to your Site Configuration page.
2. Select either Cost/Kwh or Cost/Therm.
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Cost per Kilowatt Hour
Cost per Therm
Input your Cost per Kilowatt Hour and press
Save to add it to your Pelican Site Manager or
Cancel to discard the input.
Input your Cost per Therm and press Save to
add it to your Pelican Site Manager or Cancel
to discard the input.
AUTOMATED EMAIL AND/OR TEXT MESSAGE NOTIFICATIONS
The Standard and Enhanced subscriptions allow you add an unlimited amount of email addresses or cell
phone numbers that Pelican will automatically send alert notification too.
1. Access your Pelican Site Manager and navigate to
your Site Configuration page.
2. At the bottom of your Site Configuration page
you will see two options:
Email Notifications - Hit the
to add an
email address for receiving email
notifications.
Text Message Notifications - Hit the
to
add a cell phone number for receiving text
message notifications.
Add Email Address
Enter the email address you want Pelican to
send email notifications to. Press Save to add
this email address or Cancel to void this input.
Add Cell Phone Number
Enter the cell phone number and select its
Carrier you want Pelican to send text message
notification to. Press Save to add this email
address or Cancel to void this input. (Standard
text rates apply).
DELETE AN EMAIL ADDRESS OR CELL PHONE
NUMBER
Press the
button next to the email address or
phone number of the person you want to delete.
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3. Pelican Thermostat (TS200, TS200H, TCM)
3.1 Name and Configure a New Pelican Thermostat
A Pelican Thermostat is initially identified by a unique serial number found on the bottom of the thermostat’s
front cover. The serial number will be in the form of XXX-XXXX.
NOTE: We always recommend setting up a Default Thermostat Configuration before installing any
thermostats, but this is not mandatory. Go to Page 8 - 2.2 Default Thermostat Configuration - for directions on
setting up a Default Thermostat Configuration.
1. Log onto your Pelican Site Manager.
2. Select Notifications.
3. Under Notifications select the new Thermostat
alert that has the same Serial Number as the
thermostat you installed.
4. Select
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GENERAL SETTINGS
Name - Name this thermostat based on the location
it is placed in.
Group - You can group multiple thermostats
together on your Pelican Site Manager. Select the
down arrow and either select an already existing
group or select “New Group” to create a new group.
Description - An optional area for recording specific
information about this HVAC unit or the thermostat.
The first line of the Description area will show up as
small text below a Thermostat’s name (as seen in
the image to the right).
Thermostat Name
Thermostat Description
For all other configuration options refer to page 6 - 2.2 Default Thermostat Configuration.
ACCESS AN EXISTING THERMOSTAT’S SETUP PAGE
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select Admin at the bottom of your Home screen.
3. Scroll down until you see the thermostat’s name or
serial number you want to change the settings of. Select
its Thermostat Setup and it will direct you to its settings
screen.
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TROUBLESHOOTING A THERMOSTAT’S RELAY OUTPUT SIGNALS
WARNING: This option is used for testing and trouble shooting purposes only. Manually changing a Signal
Output overrides the internal Pelican thermostat’s logic. Always reset the output to its PREVIOUS setting.
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select Admin at the bottom of your Home screen.
3. Scroll down until you see the thermostat’s name or
serial number you want to test/troubleshoot. Select its
Thermostat Setup and it will direct you to its settings
screen.
4. Scroll down and select Testing: Signal Outputs.
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SIGNAL OUTPUTS
By pressing the
button you can manually activate
or deactivate that relay on your thermostat.
A Black power icon with a Grey indicator bar means
the relay is inactive.
A Blue power icon with a Grey indicator bar means
the relay is switching from inactive to active.
A Black power icon with a Green indicator bar means
the relay is active.
A Blue power icon with a Green indicator bar means
the relay is switching from active to inactive.
WARNING: This option is used for testing and trouble shooting purposes only. Manually changing a Signal
Output overrides the internal Pelican thermostat’s logic. Always reset the output to its PREVIOUS setting.
3.2 Controlling a Pelican Thermostat
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select which Group the thermostat you want to
control is in.
3. Select the Thermostat you want to control.
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THERMOSTAT CONTROL
In the upper right hand corner is the real-time
temperature being detected by this thermostat.
System - Select to change the thermostat’s setting
to Heat, Cool, Auto, or Off.
Fan - Select to change the Fan to Auto or On.
Front Keypad - Set to ON to Unlock this
thermostat’s keypad. Set to OFF to Lock this
thermostat’s keypad. If this setting option is not
available go to page 9 - Thermostat Settings - Allow
Keypad Control for further directions.
NOTE: The only way to lock and unlock a thermostat
is through the Pelican Site Manager. For safety and
to retain control - if the Internet connection is lost,
a locked Pelican thermostat will automatically
unlock and then reset when the Internet is available
again.
Schedule - Select to setup a schedule for this
thermostat.
Vacation Set Times - Select to setup a Vacation
schedule for this thermostat to revert to when
Vacation Mode is active.
History - Graphically view the temperature and
set-points that this thermostat has recorded.
SETTING A TEMPERATURE
1. On the thermostat control screen: Select System
and set the thermostat to either Heat, Cool, or
Auto.
2. Sliders will appear - move a slider left or right to
set the temperature.
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3.3 Scheduling a Thermostat
1. Select Schedule and turn the Schedule from OFF to ON.
If you have a Default Schedule setup, it will automatically
upload into this thermostat’s schedule.
Depending on how you configured this thermostat’s scheduling options will determine the options you see on
its schedule screen. Go to Page 8 - SCHEDULE SETTINGS - for directions on how to setup scheduling options.
OPTION 1 - The options to the right will be available
if this thermostat’s configuration is set to: Multiple
Systems Settings and Multiple Fan Settings - NO.
In this configuration the System, Fan, and Front
Keypad will always revert to the same settings you
set here, when a schedule time starts.
Front Keypad - Lock or Unlock the thermostat’s
keypad when a scheduled time starts.
Repeat - Set your Pelican thermostat to run on one
of the three different types of schedules: Daily,
Weekday/Weekend, or Weekly.
Daily - Same schedule everyday.
Weekday/Weekend (5-2) - Different
schedule for Monday–Friday than
Saturday–Sunday.
Weekly (7 day)- Different schedule
everyday of the week.
Settings - By selecting one of the Options under
Settings, you will be brought to a new page for
setting up your Schedule Times.
Variable Schedule Times
If you have Variable selected for this thermostat’s
configuration, on the schedule page, you will need
to press the
button to add additional Start
Times. NOTE: You can have up to 12 set times per
day when you have selected Variable.
Start Time - Select Start Time to generate a window
for setting a start time. Slide the slider bars to select
a time.
Heat/Cool Settings - Slide the slider bars to the
temperatures you want the heat and cool to be set
to at this scheduled time.
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OPTION 2 - The options to the right will be available
if this thermostat’s configuration is set to: Multiple
Systems Settings and Multiple Fan Settings - YES.
In this configuration the System, Fan, and Front
Keypad can be changed uniquely for each scheduled
time.
Repeat - Set your Pelican thermostat to run on one
of the three different types of schedules: Daily,
Weekday/Weekend, or Weekly.
Daily - Same schedule everyday.
Weekday/Weekend (5-2) - Different
schedule for Monday–Friday than
Saturday–Sunday.
Weekly (7 day)- Different schedule
everyday of the week.
Settings - By selecting one of the Options under
Settings, you will be brought to a new page for
setting up your Schedule Times.
Variable Schedule Times
If you have Variable selected for this thermostat’s
configuration, on the schedule page, you will need
to press the
button to add additional Start
Times. NOTE: You can have up to 12 set times per
day when you have selected Variable.
Start Time - Select Start Time to generate a window
for setting a start time. Slide the slider bars to select
a time.
System - Set the schedule to change the
thermostat to Heat, Cool, Auto, or Off.
Fan - Set the schedule to change the Fan to Auto or
On.
Front Keypad - Set the schedule to Lock or Unlock
the thermostat’s keypad.
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3.4 Activating the Vacation Schedules
There are two different ways to activate the Vacation Schedules. Either by enabling the One Touch Vacation
Button or by highlighting vacation days on the Vacation Calendar. NOTE: You have to add a vacation schedule
to each individual thermostat you want to run a vacation schedule for. Go to page 22 - 3.5 Setting up Vacation
Schedules - for further directions on how to add a vacation schedule to a thermostat.
ONE TOUCH VACATION BUTTON
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select Admin at the bottom of your Home screen.
3. Select Vacation Settings from your Admin screen.
4. Select One Touch Vacation.
5. A window will appear: select Enabled to add the One
Touch Vacation Button to your Home Screen or Disable
to remove the One Touch Vacation Button.
USING THE ONE TOUCH VACATION BUTTON
NOTE: You will need to Enable the One Touch Vacation option as shown above.
1. If you are note on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. You will see a new option that says Occupied:
When Occupied the thermostats will operate
using their regular schedules.
3. To switch between On Vacation and Occupied
press the Briefcase Icon on your Home screen.
A window will appear: select On Vacation to set
your Pelican Thermostats to Vacation Mode.
When On Vacation the words next to the Briefcase Icon
on your Home screen will be green.
When On Vacation thermostats that HAVE vacation
schedules will now revert to using their vacation
schedules instead of their regular schedules.
SETUP AND USE THE VACATION CALENDER
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select Admin at the bottom of your Home screen.
3. Select Vacation Settings from your Admin screen.
4. By selecting days on the Vacation Calendar - Pelican will automatically set thermostats, that HAVE Vacation
Schedules, to Vacation Mode. Selecting vacation days for one year does NOT carry over to the next year.
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Switch Between Years
Switch Between Months
Blue highlight indicates a
Vacation day.
Red date indicates the
current day.
3.5 Setting up Vacation Schedules
There are two different ways to set a Vacation Schedule. Either by having a Default Vacation Schedule setup
and then ADDING this Default Vacation Schedule to individual thermostats. Or by setting up a unique Vacation
Schedule for each thermostat. NOTE: You have to add a vacation schedule to each individual thermostat you
want to run a vacation schedule for.
SETTING UP A DEFAULT VACATION SCHEDULE
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select Admin at the bottom of your Home screen.
3. Select Vacation Settings from your Admin screen.
NOTE: You have to add the Default Vacation Schedule to each individual thermostat that you want to use this
set schedule for when On Vacation. Having a Default Vacation Schedule does NOT automatically upload into
every thermostats because many sites want to have SOME thermostat use a VACATION Schedule, while others
to remain using their REGULAR schedules.
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DEFAULT VACATION SETTINGS
Select Default Vacation Settings
New Set Time - Press the
button to add a
new set time to your schedule. NOTE: You can
have up to 12 set times per day.
Remove a Set Time - Press the
to that Set Time.
button next
Start Time - Select Start Time to generate a
window and set a schedule time. Slide the
slider bars to select the time.
System - Set the schedule to change the
thermostat to Heat, Cool, Auto, or Off.
Fan - Set the schedule to change the Fan to
Auto or On.
Front Keypad - Set the schedule to Lock or
Unlock the thermostat’s keypad.
ADD A VACATION SCHEDULE TO A THERMOSTAT
NOTE: You have to add either the Default Vacation Schedule or create a unique vacation schedule for each
individual thermostat that you want to use a different schedule for when On Vacation. Refer to page 21 - 3.4
Activating the Vacation Schedules - for directions on how to activate a Vacation Schedule.
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select which Group the thermostat you want to
control is in.
3. Select the Thermostat you want to control.
4. Select Vacation Set Times.
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VACATION SETTINGS
OPTION 1 - Add the Default Vacation Schedule
by pressing the
button in the upper right
hand corner on your vacation screen. Your
Default Vacation Schedule will automatically
upload into this single thermostat.
OPTION 2 - Add a unique Vacation Schedule to
this single thermostat:
New Set Time - Press the
button to add a
new set time to your schedule. NOTE: You can
have up to 12 set times per day.
Remove a Set Time - Press the
to that Set Time.
button next
Start Time - Select Start Time to generate a
window to set a scheduled time. Slide the
slider bars to select a time.
System - Set the schedule to change the
thermostat to Heat, Cool, Auto, or Off.
Fan - Set the schedule to change the Fan to
Auto or On.
Front Keypad - Set the schedule to Lock or
Unlock the thermostat’s keypad.
3.6 Reading a History Graph
For every Pelican Thermostat there are history graphs that display collected trend data for that thermostat.
Pelican records: every 1/10th of a degree change, the temperature set points, set point changes, and when the
thermostat is calling for heat, cool, and/or fan.
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select which Group the thermostat you want to
view its history graph is in.
3. Select the Thermostat you want to view.
4. At the bottom of the thermostat’s control
screen select History.
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Switch Between Days
Selecting the Date will
prompt a calendar for quickly
navigating between days,
months, or years.
A Light Blue horizontal
line indicates a Cool
temperature set point.
The Dark Blue line
shows the temperature
as it moves through out
the day.
A Red horizontal line
indicates a Heat
temperature set point.
Checking and
Unchecking these
options will change
what is being displayed
on your History Graph.
Select to Zoom In or
Out of your Graph.
A Red shaded area
indicates the thermostat
was calling for Heat.
A Blue shaded area
indicates the thermostat
was calling for Cool.
4. Remote Wireless Sensor (RT1-AC, RT1-DC)
4.1 Name and Configure a New Remote Wireless Thermostat
A Remote Wireless Thermostat/Sensor is initially identified by a unique serial number found on the bottom of
the thermostat’s front cover. The serial number will be in the form of XXX-XXXX.
1. Log onto your Pelican Site Manager.
2. Select Notification
3. Under Notifications select the new Remote
Sensor alert that has the same Serial Number as the
remote wireless thermostat you installed.
4. Select
.
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GENERAL SETTINGS
Name - Name this remote thermostat based on the
location it is placed in.
Master - Link this thermostat with a Master
Thermostat. This link will be who the remote
thermostat manages temperature with or for. If you
want to use this remote thermostat as a stand alone
temperature monitoring device then set to
Temperature Only.
Weight - Set the weight applied to this remote
thermostat’s temperature reading for averaging the
temperature between it and its master thermostat.
NOTE: Go to page 27 - Setting Weighted
Temperature Percentages - on how to manage the
weighting by percentage.
Front Keypad Control - Set to YES to Unlock this
thermostat’s keypad and NO to lock it. NOTE: This
option does Lock and Unlock the remote
thermostat’s keypad.
ACCESS AN EXISTING REMOTE THERMOSTAT’S
SETUP PAGE
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select Admin at the bottom of your Home screen.
3. Select Remote Device Config.
4. Scroll down until you see the remote thermostat’s
name or serial number you want to change the settings
for.
4.2 Managing a Remote Thermostat
NAVIGATE TO A REMOTE THERMOSTAT CONTROL PAGE
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select which Group the remote thermostat you want
to control is in or which Group the Master Thermostat
the remote is connected to is in.
3. Select the remote thermostat you want to control or
select the Master Thermostat the remote thermostat
is connect to.
4. If the remote has a Master Thermostat, scroll down
and select Remote Temperatures.
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SETTING WEIGHTED TEMPERATURE PERCENTAGES
1. Navigate to a Remote Temperatures page.
2. Moving a slider left or right will change the
percentage of control that thermostat or remote
thermostat’s temperature has over the maintained
space temperature (sets an averaged temperature
between the devices).
0% Setting - Set a thermostat or remote thermostat
to 0% if you do NOT want to use its temperature
reading for controlling the space temperature.
NOTE: A 0% setting means that if for any reason the
thermostat that is set to 100%, loses power or
wireless communication, Pelican will revert to using
the temperature being read by the thermostat set
to 0%.
Disabled Setting - Set a thermostat or remote
thermostat to Disabled if you NEVER want to use its
temperature reading for controlling the space
temperature.
Front Keypad Settings - Set to ON to Unlock the
remote thermostat’s keypad. Set to OFF to Lock the
remote thermostat’s keypad.
4.3 Reading a History Graph with Remote Temperatures
NAVIGATE TO A THERMOSTAT’S HISTORY GRAPH
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select which Group the remote thermostat you want
to view is in or which Group the Master Thermostat
the remote is connected to is in.
3. Select the remote thermostat you want to view or
select the Master Thermostat the remote thermostat
is connect to.
4. If the remote has a Master Thermostat, scroll down
and select History. If it is a Temperature Monitoring
remote thermostat, you will immediately be brought
to its History Graph page.
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Switch Between Days
Selecting the Date will
prompt a calendar for quickly
navigating between days,
months, or years.
A Light Blue horizontal
line indicates a Cool
temperature set point.
The Dark Blue line
shows the averaged
temperature being
maintained.
The other colored lines
shows the temperatures
being detected by the
remote and master
thermostats.
A Red horizontal line
indicates a Heat
temperature set point.
Checking and
Unchecking these
options will change
what is being displayed
on your History Graph.
Select to Zoom In or
Out of your Graph
A Red shaded area
indicates the thermostat
was calling for Heat.
A Blue shaded area
indicates the thermostat
was calling for Cool.
5. Wired Temperature and Alarm Sensor (TA1)
5.1 Name and Configure a New Temperature and Alarm Sensor
ACCESS A THERMOSTAT’S SETUP PAGE THAT IS CONNECT WITH A TA1 SENSOR
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select Admin at the bottom of your Home screen.
3. Scroll down until you see the thermostat’s name or
serial number you attached the Temperature and
Alarm Sensor (TA1) too.
4. Scroll down until your see the Wired Sensor settings.
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WIRED SENSOR
Function - Set the wired sensor to the function you
are using it for:
Temperature - To use the wired sensor’s
temperature instead of or to averaged with
the thermostat’s temperature sensor.
Alarm - To use the wired sensor as a dry
contact relay alarm sensor.
Temp Monitor - To use the wired sensor
as a stand-alone temperature monitor.
TEMPERATURE
Label - Name this wired sensor based on the
location it is placed in.
Probe Type - Select if you are using the Internal
provided temperature probe or replaced it with an
external 10K Type 2 temperature probe.
Calibration Degrees - For calibrating the
temperature being detected by the TA1 sensor.
ALARM
Alarm Active Indication - Set to OPEN to get an
alert if a dry contact relay is connected to the TA1
sensor and it Opens. Set to CLOSED to get an alert if
a dry contact relay is connected to the TA1 sensor
and it Closes.
TEMP MONITOR
Group - You can add the TA1 sensor to a group on
your Pelican Site Manager. Select the down arrow
and either select an already existing group or select
“New Group” to add a new group.
Safe Range - Automatic monitoring option that will
generate an immediate notification if the
temperature moves beyond these temperature
ranges.
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5.2 Managing a Temperature Sensor Set to Temperature
NAVIGATE TO THE THERMOSTAT THE TEMPERATURE SENSOR IS CONNECTED TOO
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select which Group the Master thermostat the
temperature sensor is connected to is in.
3. Select the Master thermostat the temperature
sensor is connect to.
4. Scroll down and select Remote Temperatures.
SETTING WEIGHTING TEMPERATURE PERCENTAGES
1. Navigate to a Remote Temperatures page.
2. Moving a slider left or right will change the
percentage of control that thermostat or TA1
sensor’s temperature has over the maintained space
temperature (sets an averaged temperature
between the devices).
0% Setting - Set a thermostat or TA1 sensor to 0% if
you do NOT want to use its temperature reading for
controlling the space temperature. NOTE: A 0%
setting means that if for any reason the thermostat,
that is set to 100% loses power or wireless
communication, Pelican will revert to using the
temperature being read by the thermostat set to 0%.
Disabled Setting - Set a thermostat or TA1 sensor to
Disabled if you NEVER want to use its temperature
reading for controlling the space temperature.
For how to read a History Graph with multiple temperatures go to page 28 - 4.3 Reading a History Graph with
Remote Temperatures.
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6. Wireless Proximity Sensor (PRX1)
6.1 Name and Configure a New Proximity Sensor
A Proximity Sensor is initially identified by a unique serial number found on the bottom of the sensor’s front
cover. The serial number will be in the form of XXX-XXXX.
1. Log onto your Pelican Site Manager.
2. Select Notifications.
3. Under Notifications select the new Remote
Sensor alert that has the same Serial Number as the
Proximity Sensor you installed.
4. Select
.
GENERAL SETTINGS
Sensor Type - Set for Window or Door.
Master - Link this Proximity Sensor with a Master
Thermostat.
ACCESS AN EXISTING PROXIMITY SENSOR’S SETUP
PAGE
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select Admin at the bottom of your Home screen.
3. Select Remote Device Config.
4. Scroll down until you see the proximity sensor’s
name or the serial number you want to change the
settings of.
6.2 Managing a Proximity Sensor
NAVIGATE TO A PROXIMITY SENSOR’S CONTROL PAGE
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select which Group the Master thermostat the
proximity sensor is connected to is in.
3. Select the Master thermostat the proximity sensor
is connect to.
4. Select Remote Devices.
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ACTIVATE AND DEACTIVATE A PROXIMITY SENSOR
1. Navigate to a Remote Devices page.
Sensor Settings - Set to ON to keep active. Set to
OFF to deactivate.
Open or Closed Reading
1. Select which Group the Master thermostat the
proximity sensor is connected to is in.
Door/Window Open - A notification will appear
under the thermostat’s temperature if the
door/window is open.
Door/Window Closed - There will be nothing visible
under the thermostat’s temperature if the
door/window is closed.
7. Power Control Module (PM5-230)
7.1 Name and Configure a New Power Control Module
A Prower Control Module is initially identified by a unique serial number found on the top of the Power
Control Module. The serial number will be in the form of XXX-XXXX.
1. Log onto your Pelican Site Manager.
2. Select Notifications.
3. Under Notifications select the new Power Control
Module alert that has the same Serial Number as
the Power Control Module you installed.
4. Select
.
RELAY SETTINGS
Name - Name each relay based on the device it is
controlling.
Group - You can set relays to be part of already
existing groups or in a new group.
Description - An optional area for recording specific
information about this relay.
Power Size - Input the Kw consumption of the
device this relay is connected to.
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ACCESS AN EXISTING POWER RELAY MODULE’S
SETUP PAGE
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select Admin at the bottom of your Home screen.
3. Select Power Setup with the matching name or serial
number for the Power Control Module you want to
configure.
7.2 Managing a Power Control Module
NAVIGATE TO A POWER RELAY MODULE’S CONTROL PAGE
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select which Group the power control module is in.
POWER RELAY MODULE CONTROL
By pressing the
button you can manually activate
or deactivate that relay on your Power Relay Module.
A Black power icon with a Grey indicator bar means
the relay is inactive.
A Blue power icon with a Grey indicator bar means
the relay is switching from inactive to active.
A Black power icon with a Green indicator bar means
the relay is active.
A Blue power icon with a Green indicator bar means
the relay is switching from active to inactive.
7.3 Scheduling a Power Control Module
NAVIGATE TO A POWER RELAY MODULE’S CONTROL PAGE
1. If you are not on your Home screen press Back or navigate to your Pelican Home screen.
2. Select which Group the power control module is in.
SCHEDULE A RELAY
Select the
button on the far right of the relay you
want to add a schedule too.
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Switch Between Weeks
Select
below the calendar.
Start Time - Select Start Time to generate a new
window to set a scheduled time:
Dusk - Select to start the schedule at dusk.
Dawn - Select to start the schedule at dawn.
Clock - Allows you to set a specific time for
the schedule to start at.
End Time - Select End Time to generate a new
window to set a scheduled time:
Dusk - Select to end the schedule at dusk.
Dawn - Select to end the schedule at dawn.
Clock - Allows you to set a specific time for
the schedule to end at.
NOTE: An End Time does NOT carry over to the next day. If you want to have a Relay turn ON during one day
and turn OFF on the NEXT day you will have to create two schedules; one for each day.
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Repeat - Set the thermostat to have Daily,
Weekday/Weekend, or Weekly scheduling options.
Daily - Same schedule everyday.
Weekly - Same schedule that day of the
week.
Monthly - Same schedule that day of the
month.
Monthly - Same schedule that day of the
year.
Start Date - Select a date to Start the schedule on.
End Date - Select a date to End the schedule on.
Select Done to add this schedule or Cancel to void
this schedule.
ADD MULTIPLE SCHEDULES FOR A SINGLE RELAY
Press the
button below the calendar to add
additional schedules to a single relay.
Each schedule will be displayed in its own color.
EDIT AN EXISTING SCHEDULE
Press any of the
buttons below the calendar
and it will bring you to that schedule’s editing page.
TURN A SCHEDULE ON OR OFF
Select the toggle button next to Schedule to turn a
schedule On or Off.
ADD A VACATION SCHEDULE
Select Vacation Set Times.
Follow the scheduling guide found on page 33 - 7.3 Scheduling a Power Control Module - for scheduling
options.
To activate the Vacation Schedule go to page 21 - 3.4 Activating the Vacation Schedules - for further
instructions.
NOTE: An End Time does NOT carry over to the next day. If you want to have a Relay turn ON during one day
and turn OFF on the NEXT day you will have to create two schedules; one for each day.
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NOTE: An End Time does NOT carry over to the next day. If you want to have a Relay turn ON during one day
and turn OFF on the NEXT day you will have to create two schedules; one for each day.
Turn ON a Schedule on one day and turn it OFF the next day
Follow the scheduling guide found on page 33 - 7.3 Scheduling a Power Control Module - for navigating to the
scheduling page and adding new Run Times.
First Schedule:
1. Select
below the calendar.
2. Start Time - Select Start Time to generate a new
window to set a scheduled time.
Pick what time you want the schedule to
Start. In the example to the right we chose
Dusk.
3. End Time - Select End Time to generate a new
window to set a scheduled time.
For the End Time select 11:59 PM.
4. Finish the setup and then select DONE.
Second Schedule:
1. Select
below the calendar.
2. Start Time - Select Start Time to generate a new
window to set a scheduled time.
For the Start Time select 12:00 AM.
3. End Time - Select End Time to generate a new
window to set a scheduled time.
Pick what time you would like this relay to
end. In the example to the right we chose
Dawn.
4. Finish the setup and then select DONE.
Your Power Relay Module’s calendar will now display
a similar schedule to the one seen in the image to
the right.
This schedule will allow for the relay to turn on at
Dusk and then off again at Dawn.
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8. Forgot Password
8.1 Generate a New Temporary Password
On a Web Browser go to your Pelican Site Manager.
Select the Forgot Password button.
A new screen will appear: Enter in the Email Address that you want to generate a new temporary password for
and select Submit.
A notice will be generated if the email was accepted.
You should receive an email from notice@pelicanwireless.com that has a new temporary password in it. This
can take up to 15 minutes. If you do not see the email check your SPAM folder.
On your Pelican Site Manager, enter in your Email Address.
Then enter in the Temporary Password you received via email from Pelican.
A new screen will appear requesting you to create a permanent password. Enter in the password you want to
permanently use for accessing your Pelican Site Manager.
Press SUBMIT and you will be directed to your Pelican Site Manager.
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9. MySites
9.1 What is MySites?
MySites is available to Administrators and Users who are able to access multiple Pelican Site Managers using
the same Email Address. It provides a single location for managing multiple Pelican Sites.
9.2 Navigating to MySites
There are two ways to navigate to your MySites:
Options 1:
1. On a Web Browser type in the URL: MySites.officeclimatecontrol.net.
2. You will be prompted with a Login Screen.
Enter your Email Address and Password.
Press LOGIN and you will be directed to your MySites Page.
Options 2:
1. On a Web Browser type in the URL for one of your Pelican Site Managers.
2. In the upper left hand corner you will see the
MySites button. Press the
button.
9.3 Using your MySites
Notice the name of your Pelican Site Manager
will be identified by the name of that specific Site.
A Yellow alert indicates that
there
is a notification for that
A Building Icon indicates a
site.
commercial site. A Home Icon
The # of notifications will be
indicates a Residential site.
displayed in the middle of the
alert icon.
Just select a site name and it will automatically
direct you to that Pelican Site Manager.
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