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삼성스마트 앱 사용설명서
DC68-03199A-03
권장안전사용기간 5년
안전사용기간을 초과하여 사용하면 제품 노후로 인하여 화재 및 부상
등을 초래할 수 있습니다. 반드시 안전점검을 받도록 하십시오.
안전을 위한 주의사항은 사용자의 안전을 지키고, 재산상의 손해 등을
막기 위한 내용입니다. 반드시 읽고 올바르게 사용해 주세요.
본 제품은 대한민국에서만 사용하도록 만들어져 있으며,
해외에서는 품질을 보증하지 않습니다.
(FOR KOREA UNIT STANDARD ONLY)
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삼성스마트 앱 특장점
스마트폰으로 어디서든 간편하게! 스마트컨트롤 기능
●삼성스마트 앱을 통해 언제 어디서나 간편하게 세탁기를 제어할 수 있어 편리합니다.
세탁기의 에러와 조치방법을 한번에! 스마트체크 기능
●에러 메시지가 표시되었을 때 세탁기의 상태와 이상유무, 조치방법을 쉽고 빠르게 알 수 있습니다.
차례
준비편
스마트컨트롤 설치 순서 .....................................................................................................................................................
유무선 공유기 설치하기 .....................................................................................................................................................
초기접속 및 실내제어 접속방법 .........................................................................................................................................
실외제어 접속방법 ..............................................................................................................................................................
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사용편
삼성스마트 앱 사용하기 .....................................................................................................................................................
• 스마트컨트롤 홈 화면 ...................................................................................................................................................
• 스마트컨트롤 실행 .........................................................................................................................................................
• 세탁기 부가기능 설정 ...................................................................................................................................................
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기타편
고장신고 전 확인사항 ......................................................................................................................................................... 17
무선 사양 ............................................................................................................................................................................ 17
오픈소스 라이센스 고지 ..................................................................................................................................................... 18
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스마트컨트롤 설치 순서
[유무선 공유기 설치하기]
유무선 공유기와 세탁기를
무선으로 연결합니다.

[스마트 기기 사이트에 세탁기 등록하기]
www.samsungsmartappliance.com에
접속하여 세탁기를 등록하세요.
유무선 공유기 설치하기
● 본 제품은 DHCP(동적 호스트 지원 프로토콜)만을 지원합니다. 공유기를 세탁기에 연결하기 전에
사용하려는 유무선 공유기의 DHCP 서버 옵션 기능이 활성화되어 있는지 확인해 주세요.
● 유무선 공유기의 채널은 현재 사용하지 않는 채널로 선택하세요.
● 유무선 공유기의 암호화 모드는 Open, WPA/TKIP 또는 WPA2/AES를 지원합니다.
위의 모드 이외에서는 세탁기와 유무선 공유기의 연결이 안 될 수 있습니다. 802.11n에서는 WPA2/AES 모드를 추천합니다.
● 무선 네트워크 연결의 품질은 주변의 무선 환경에 영향을 받을 수 있습니다.
● 인터넷 서비스 제공업체에서 사용자의 PC나 모뎀의 MAC 주소(고유 식별 번호)를 영구 등록한 경우
세탁기를 인터넷에 연결하지 못할 수 있습니다. 인터넷 서비스 제공업체에 PC가 아닌 다른 장치(세탁기 등)
를 인터넷에 연결하는 절차를 문의하세요.
● 인터넷 서비스 제공업체에서 인터넷에 연결할 ID 또는 비밀번호를 요구하는 경우에는 세탁기를 인터넷에
연결하지 못할 수 있습니다. 이 경우에는 인터넷에 연결할 때 ID나 비밀번호를 입력해야 합니다.
● 방화벽 문제 때문에 인터넷에 연결하지 못할 수 있습니다. 인터넷 서비스 제공업체에 문제 해결을
요청하세요.
● 일부 유무선 공유기는 인터넷이 연결되어 있지 않아도 비정상적인 DNS(Domain Name Server) 주소를
전달해 주어 세탁기 표시부에
가 켜질 수 있습니다. 이 경우 해당 유무선 공유기의 제공업체 및
인터넷 서비스 제공업체에 문의하시기 바랍니다.
● 인터넷 서비스 제공업체에서 알려준 절차를 시도해보아도 인터넷에 연결할 수 없으면, 삼성전자
대리점이나 서비스센터에 문의해 주세요.
설치 전 확인사항
▶▶원활한 접속을 위해서는 해당 유무선 공유기의 사용설명서를 참조하시기
바랍니다.
유무선 공유기 (DHCP
▶▶삼성 스마트 세탁기는 Wi-Fi 2.4Ghz만 지원합니다.
벽면 LAN 단자 서버를 지원하는 공유기)
▶▶삼성 스마트 세탁기는 IEEE802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct 방식의 통신
프로토콜을 지원합니다. (삼성전자는 IEEE802.11n 사용을 권장합니다.)
▶▶Wi-Fi 인증이 되지 않은 유무선 공유기는 세탁기와 연결이 안 될 수
LAN 케이블
있습니다.
▶▶인증 무선 공유기에는 포장 또는 사용설명서에 Wi-Fi CERTIFIED
로고가 있습니다.
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초기접속 및 실내제어 접속방법 (21kg 모델)
삼성스마트 앱으로 네트워크 연결하기
[삼성스마트 앱 내려 받기]
▶▶삼성스마트 앱은 안드로이드 마켓, 삼성 Apps에서 "삼성 스마트 세탁기" 또는 "세탁기"로 검색하여 내려 받을 수
있습니다. (앱이 두 개 이상 검색되었을 경우에는 "삼성스마트" 앱을 선택하세요.)
● 삼성스마트 앱은 삼성전자 스마트폰에 최적화되어 있습니다.
다른 스마트폰에서 실행할 경우 일부 기능이 다르게 동작할 수 있습니다.
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사용하고자 하는 유무선 공유기에 스마트폰의 Wi-Fi를 연결해 주세요.
세탁기 [전원] 버튼을 눌러 전원을 켜세요.
[설정]을 눌러 설정화면으로 진입합니다.
[무선네트워크]를 눌러 네트워크 설정에 진입합니다.
[무선네트워크]를 "켜기"를 선택합니다.
접속가능한 유무선 공유기가 검색됩니다.
선택한 유무선 공유기의 비밀번호를 입력한 후 [확인]을 누르세요.
▶▶비밀번호가 설정되지 않은 경우에는 자동으로 연결됩니다.
⑧ 유무선 공유기에 연결되면 [연결됨] 이라는 표시가 보입니다.
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홈버튼을 눌러 메인화면으로 복귀합니다.
[부가설정]버튼을 눌러 기능을 활성화 합니다.
스마트컨트롤을 "켜기"로 활성화 합니다.
[부가설정]버튼을 눌러 창을 최소화 합니다.
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⑬ 삼성스마트 앱을 실행하여 실내제어를 선택합니다.
⑭ 세탁기가 검색되면 선택 후 사용할 수 있습니다.
● 세탁기 전원이 켜지고 스마트컨트롤이 활성화된 상태에서만 실내제어가 가능합니다.
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초기접속 및 실내제어 접속방법 (16, 17, 19kg 모델)
삼성스마트 앱으로 네트워크 연결하기
[삼성스마트 앱 내려 받기]
▶▶삼성스마트 앱은 안드로이드 마켓, 삼성 Apps에서 "삼성 스마트 세탁기" 또는 "세탁기"로 검색하여 내려 받을 수
있습니다. (앱이 두 개 이상 검색되었을 경우에는 "삼성스마트" 앱을 선택하세요.)
● 삼성스마트 앱은 삼성전자 스마트폰에 최적화되어 있습니다.
다른 스마트폰에서 실행할 경우 일부 기능이 다르게 동작할 수 있습니다.
16 kg/ 17 kg
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4
3-1
3-2 7
19 kg
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사용하고자 하는 유무선 공유기에 스마트폰의 Wi-Fi를 연결해 주세요.
세탁기 [전원] 버튼을 눌러 전원을 켜세요.
[온도] 버튼과 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 동시에 길게(3초) 누르세요.
세탁기 코스 선택 다이얼을 돌려 세탁기 표시부에
가 표시되도록 하세요.
스마트폰에서 연결 진행 중 상태일 때 세탁기의 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 한번 눌러 세탁기 내의 무선랜을 활성화 시키세요.
▶▶ 가 깜박이면 세탁기의 무선랜이 활성화된 것입니다.
가 깜박이지 않을 경우 무선랜이 활성화될 때까지 기다렸다 [
동작/일시정지] 버튼을 눌러 주세요. (무선랜이 활성화 되기까지는 전원을 최초로 켠 후, 또는 전원 플러그를 뺐다 다시
꽂은 후로부터 약 2분여가 소요됩니다.)
※ 스마트폰에 접속되어 있는 공유기의 상태에 따라 검색이 원활하게 이루어지지 않을 수 있습니다. 공유기가 잘 검색되지
않을 때는 [환경설정] → [무선 및 네트워크] → [Wi-Fi설정]을 누른 다음 기존에 접속된 공유기 이름을 길게 눌러 [
네트워크 저장 안 함]을 선택 후 다시 진행해 주세요.
⑥ 삼성스마트 앱을 실행한 후 [네트워크 설정] → [설정시작]을 누르세요.
⑦ 세탁기와의 연결이 완료되면 유무선 공유기를 선택할 수 있습니다.
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댁내 공유기를
선택하세요
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⑧ 접속하려는 유무선 공유기를 선택하세요.
⑨ 선택한 유무선 공유기의 비밀번호를 입력한 후 [확인]을 누르세요.
▶▶비밀번호가 설정되지 않은 경우에는 바로 [확인]을 누르세요.
⑩ 공유기 연결이 정상적으로 완료되면 세탁기 표시부에
가 표시됩니다.
▶▶설정 완료창이 나타나면 [확인]을 누르세요.
▶▶설정 완료 후 인터넷에 연결될 때까지 시간이 걸릴 수 있습니다. (최대 5분)
12-1
11
12-2
⑪ 스마트폰에서 [스마트컨트롤] → [실내제어]를 선택하세요.
⑫ 스마트폰 화면에서 세탁기를 검색하여 인증하려는 세탁기를 선택하고 [확인]을 누르세요.
▶▶세탁기가 검색되지 않을 경우 [다시 검색]을 눌러 재검색 하세요. (검색시간은 1분 정도 소요될 수 있습니다.)
⑬ 세탁기 코스 선택 다이얼을 돌려 표시부에
가 표시되도록 하세요.
⑭ 세탁기 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 누르세요.
▶▶ 가 깜박이면서 세탁기 인증이 진행됩니다.
16 kg / 17 kg
19 kg
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15-2
⑮ 인증이 완료되면 [온도] 버튼과 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 동시에 눌러 Wi-Fi 진입모드를 해제해 주세요.
⑯ 세탁기 [스마트컨트롤] 버튼을 눌러 원격제어 모드를 실행하세요.
⑰ 스마트폰에서 해당 세탁기를 선택하세요.
▶▶스마트컨트롤 모드로 진입합니다.
● 세탁기 인증요청은 최초 접속시에만 나타나며 한번만 인증하면 다음 접속부터는 인증절차 없이 세탁기에
접속할 수 있습니다.
● 세탁기 전원이 켜지고 스마트컨트롤이 활성화된 상태에서만 실내제어가 가능합니다.
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초기접속 및 실내제어 접속방법 (21kg 모델)
WPS 설정으로 네트워크 연결하기
※ "삼성스마트 앱으로 네트워크 연결하기"를 선택하면 보다 쉽고 빠르게 공유기와 세탁기를 연결할 수 있습니다.
(3쪽 참조)
▶▶유무선 공유기가 Wi-Fi Protected Setup™(WPS)을 지원하는지 확인하세요.
▶▶유무선 공유기에 WPS 버튼이 있는지 확인하세요.
● 삼성스마트 앱은 삼성전자 스마트폰에 최적화되어 있습니다.
다른 스마트폰에서 실행할 경우 일부 기능이 다르게 동작할 수 있습니다.
3
4
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
사용하고자하는 유무선 공유기에 스마트폰의 Wi-Fi 연결해 주세요.
세탁기 [전원] 버튼을 눌러 전원을 켜세요.
[설정]을 눌러 설정화면으로 진입합니다.
[무선네트워크]를 눌러 네트워크 설정에 진입합니다.
[무선네트워크]를 "켜기"를 선택합니다.
접속가능한 유무선 공유기가 검색됩니다.
화면의 WPS를 선택하여 기능을 실행합니다.
▶▶5분 이내에 유무선 공유기의 WPS(PBC) 버튼을 누르세요. 세탁기에서 필요한 네트워크 정보를 자동으로 가져와
유무선 공유기와 인터넷에 연결됩니다.
⑧ 공유기 연결이 정상적으로 완료되면 세탁기 표시부에 [연결됨]으로 표시됩니다.
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⑨ 세탁기 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 누르세요.
● 세탁기 전원이 켜지고 스마트컨트롤이 활성화된 상태에서만 실내제어가 가능합니다.
● 삼성 스마트 세탁기는 WPS의 PBC 방식을 사용합니다.
● 유무선 공유기의 WPS 모드 실행 방법은 제조사마다 다를 수 있으므로 해당 유무선 공유기의
사용설명서를 참조하세요.
● Wi-Fi 인증이 되지 않은 유무선 공유기는 세탁기와 연결되지 않을 수 있습니다.
● WPS 인증을 받지 않은 유무선 공유기를 세탁기에 연결할 경우, 연결이 되지 않거나 기존에 연결된
장치의 Wi-Fi가 끊길 수 있습니다.
● 특정 유무선 공유기는 WPS 버튼을 오래 누르면 유무선 공유기의 설정값이 초기화되므로 주의하시기
바랍니다.
● 전자레인지나 드라이어 근처에 제품(세탁기), 공유기 설치 시 간섭에 의해서 스마트컨트롤 기능이
원활하게 동작하지 않을 수 있습니다.
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초기접속 및 실내제어 접속방법 (16, 17, 19kg 모델)
WPS 설정으로 네트워크 연결하기
※ "삼성스마트 앱으로 네트워크 연결하기"를 선택하면 보다 쉽고 빠르게 공유기와 세탁기를 연결할 수 있습니다.
(6쪽 참조)
▶▶유무선 공유기가 Wi-Fi Protected Setup™(WPS)을 지원하는지 확인하세요.
▶▶유무선 공유기에 WPS 버튼이 있는지 확인하세요.
16 kg / 17 kg
19 kg
2
4
3-1
3-2
①
②
③
④
사용하고자 하는 유무선 공유기에 스마트폰의 Wi-Fi를 연결해 주세요.
세탁기 [전원] 버튼을 눌러 전원을 켜세요.
[온도] 버튼과 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 동시에 길게(3초) 누르세요.
세탁기 코스 선택 다이얼을 돌려 표시부에
가 표시되면 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 누르세요.
※ [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 눌렀을 때
가 깜박이면 세탁기의 무선랜이 활성화된 것입니다.
가 깜박이지 않을
경우 무선랜이 활성화될 때까지 기다렸다 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 눌러 주세요. (무선랜이 활성화 되기까지는
전원을 최초로 켠 후, 또는 전원 플러그를 뺐다 다시 꽂은 후로부터 약 2분여가 소요됩니다.)
⑤ 세탁기와 연결할 유무선 공유기의 WPS 버튼을 눌러 유무선 공유기의 WPS 기능을 실행하세요.
▶▶5분 이내에 유무선 공유기의 WPS(PBC) 버튼을 누르세요. 세탁기에서 필요한 네트워크 정보를 자동으로 가져와
유무선 공유기와 인터넷에 연결합니다.
⑥ 공유기 연결이 정상적으로 완료되면 세탁기 표시부에
가 표시됩니다.
▶▶설정 완료 후 인터넷에 연결될 때까지 시간이 걸릴 수 있습니다. (최대 5분)
▶▶5분 이내에 세탁기와 유무선 공유기가 정상적으로 연결되지 않을 경우
가 표시됩니다.
12-1
11
12-2
⑦ 스마트폰에서 [스마트컨트롤] → [실내제어]를 선택하세요.
⑧ 스마트폰 화면에서 세탁기를 검색하여 인증하려는 세탁기를 선택하고 [확인]을 누르세요.
▶▶세탁기가 검색되지 않을 경우 [다시 검색]을 눌러 재검색 하세요. (검색시간은 1분 정도 소요될 수 있습니다.)
⑨ 세탁기 코스 선택 다이얼을 돌려 표시부에
가 표시되도록 하세요.
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⑩ 세탁기 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 누르세요.
▶▶ 가 깜박이면서 세탁기 인증이 진행됩니다.
16 kg / 17 kg
19 kg
12
11-1
11-2
⑪ 인증이 완료되면 [온도] 버튼과 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 동시에 눌러 Wi-Fi 진입모드를 해제해 주세요.
⑫ 세탁기 [스마트컨트롤] 버튼을 눌러 원격제어 모드를 실행하세요.
⑬ 스마트폰에서 해당 세탁기를 선택하세요.
▶▶스마트컨트롤 모드로 진입합니다.
● 세탁기 인증요청은 최초 접속시에만 나타나며 한번만 인증하면 다음 접속부터는 인증절차 없이 세탁기에
접속할 수 있습니다.
● 세탁기 전원이 켜지고 스마트컨트롤이 활성화된 상태에서만 실내제어가 가능합니다.
● 삼성 스마트 세탁기는 WPS의 PBC 방식을 사용합니다.
● 유무선 공유기의 WPS 모드 실행 방법은 제조사마다 다를 수 있으므로 해당 유무선 공유기의
사용설명서를 참조하세요.
● Wi-Fi 인증이 되지 않은 유무선 공유기는 세탁기와 연결되지 않을 수 있습니다.
● WPS 인증을 받지 않은 유무선 공유기를 세탁기에 연결할 경우, 연결이 되지 않거나 기존에 연결된
장치의 Wi-Fi가 끊길 수 있습니다.
● 특정 유무선 공유기는 WPS 버튼을 오래 누르면 유무선 공유기의 설정값이 초기화되므로 주의하시기
바랍니다.
● 전자레인지나 드라이어 근처에 제품(세탁기), 공유기 설치 시 간섭에 의해서 스마트컨트롤 기능이
원활하게 동작하지 않을 수 있습니다.
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실외제어 접속방법
삼성스마트 앱의 실외제어 기능을 이용하려면 삼성 스마트 기기 사이트에 세탁기를 등록해야 합니다.
1.인터넷 브라우저로 삼성 스마트 기기 사이트(http://www.samsungsmartappliance.com)에 접속하세요.
2.[Samsung Account로 이동하기]를 클릭한 후 사용자 아이디와 비밀번호를 입력해 로그인하세요.
▶▶기존 계정이 없는 경우 [Samsung Account로 이동하기] → [삼성 계정 생성]을 눌러 안내 절차에 따라 회원 가입을 하세요.
3.홈페이지 상단의 [마이 페이지] → [마이 페이지]를 순서대로 클릭하세요.
3
4.[기기추가]를 누르세요.
4
5.세탁기 장치번호를 입력한 후 [기기인증]을 클릭하세요.
▶▶장치번호를 확인하려면 [온도] 버튼과 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 동시에 누른 후 코스 선택 다이얼을 돌려 세탁기
표시부에
가 표시되면 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 누르세요.
▶▶장치번호는 총 12자리(숫자, 알파벳)로 구성되어있으며, [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 누르면 --**, ****, ****, **--의
순서로 표시됩니다.
▶▶*로 표시된 12자리 장치번호를 순서대로 입력하세요.
▶▶
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▶▶21kg 모델의 경우 네트워크 설정 창에서 확인 가능합니다.
인증번호
5
8
6.코스 선택 다이얼을 돌려 세탁기 표시부에
가 표시되면 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 누르세요.
7.기기 인증 확인창이 나타나면 [확인]을 클릭하세요.
▶▶등록하려는 세탁기에 이미 다른 사용자가 등록되어 있을 경우 기존 사용자의 사용 권한 삭제 여부를 묻는 창이
나타납니다.
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실외제어 접속방법
8.세탁기 등록이 완료되고 기기정보 목록에서 등록한 세탁기를 확인할 수 있습니다.
9.인증이 완료되면 [온도] 버튼과 [동작/일시정지] 버튼을 동시에 눌러 Wi-Fi 진입모드를 해제해 주세요.
10
11
10. 스마트폰에서 [스마트컨트롤] → [실외제어]를 선택하세요.
11.삼성 스마트 기기 사이트(http://www.samsungsmartappliance.com)에 가입한 계정으로 로그인해 주세요.
12
12.스마트폰에서 해당 세탁기를 선택하세요.
▶▶스마트컨트롤 모드로 진입합니다.
● 실외제어는 초기접속 및 실내제어 접속이 정상적으로 되었을 때만 접속이 가능합니다.
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삼성스마트 앱 사용하기
스마트컨트롤 홈 화면
▶▶스마트컨트롤 모드의 메인 화면입니다.
세탁지수
연결해제
자동세제
세탁지수를 확인합니다.
스마트체크
세탁기 화면을 이용하여 고장진단을 합니
다. (지원모델에 한함)
세탁코스 선택
세탁코스를 선택하여 세탁을 진행합니다.
설정
연결해제
스마트컨트롤 연결을 종료합니다.
자동세제
세제 자동 투입을 설정합니다.
설정
스마트체크
부가기능을 설정합니다.
세탁지수
스마트컨트롤 실행
1
2
3
1.원하는 세탁 코스를 선택하세요.
2.원하는 세탁 옵션을 변경하세요.
3.[세탁 동작]을 눌러 세탁을 시작하세요.
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삼성스마트 앱 사용하기
세탁기 부가기능 설정
▶▶앱에서 제공하는 부가기능을 제어할 수 있습니다.
1
1.[설정] 버튼을 눌러 설정창을 여세요.
2.원하는 부가기능을 선택해 설정하세요.
세탁종료 알림
벨, 진동 및 종료시간 알림을 설정할 수 있습니다.
구입일자 입력
구입일자를 입력합니다.
세탁지수 지역선택
세탁지수 정보를 제공 받을 지역을 선택합니다.
시간동기화
세탁기에 설정된 현재시각과 스마트폰에 표시된 시각을 동기화힙니다.
(LCD 모델에만 지원됩니다.)
버전정보
앱의 버전을 표시합니다.
라이센스 정보
라이센스 정보가 표시됩니다.
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고장신고 전 확인사항
제품의 이상으로 서비스센터에 의뢰하기 전에 다음 사항을 먼저 확인해 보세요.
확인사항
삼성스마트 앱에서
세탁기가 검색되지
않아요.
조치사항
스마트폰의 Wi-Fi 연결이
활성화되어 있나요?
스마트폰의 Wi-Fi 연결을 활성화하세요.
스마트폰과 세탁기가 서로 다른
유무선 공유기에 접속된 건
아닌가요?
스마트폰과 세탁기는 같은 유무선 공유기에
접속되어 있어야 합니다.
실내제어
실외제어
공통
스마트폰과 세탁기가 정상적으로 연결되었는데도 동작하지
않아요.
삼성스마트 앱을 껐다 다시 실행하거나
스마트폰과 유무선 공유기의 연결을 끊었다가
다시 연결하세요. 또는 전원 플러그를 뽑고 1분
이상 기다린 후 다시 연결해 시도해 보세요.
삼성스마트 앱의 실내제어를 선택하면 세탁기 리스트에 여러
대의 제품이 검색돼요.
세탁기 리스트에서 연결하려는 세탁기의
장치번호와 일치하는 세탁기를 선택하세요.
삼성스마트 앱의 실외제어 접속시 아이디와 비밀번호가
없어요.
삼성 스마트 기기 사이트
(www.samsungsmartappliance.com)에서 회원 가입 후 세탁기를 등록하세요.
삼성스마트 앱의
실외제어 기능이
동작하지 않아요.
세탁기의 [스마트컨트롤] 버튼을 눌러
스마트컨트롤 기능을 활성화하세요.
세탁기의 스마트컨트롤 기능이
활성화되어 있나요?
[스마트컨트롤] 버튼을 눌러도
가 켜지지 않아요.
무선랜이 활성화 되기까지는 전원을 최초로 켠
후, 또는 전원 플러그를 뺐다 다시 꽂은 후로부터
약 2분여가 소요됩니다. 잠시 후 다시 시도해
보세요.
무선 사양
항목
내용
주파수 범위
2412~2472 MHz (802.11 b/g/n20)
2422~2462 MHz (802.11 n40)
변조 방식
CCK, OFDM
채널
13 ch / 9 ch
안테나 방식
PIFA 또는 Pattern
출력
10 mW/MHz (802.11 b/g/n20)
5 mW/MHz (802.11 n40)
● 해당 무선 설비는 운용 중 전파 혼신 가능성이 있으므로, 제작자 및 설치자는 인명 안전과 관련된
서비스는 할 수 없습니다.
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오픈소스 라이센스 고지
Open Source Announcement
The software included in this product contains copyrighted
software that is licensed under the GPL/LGPL.
You may obtain the complete Corresponding Source code
from us for a period of three years after our last shipment of
this product by sending email to:
oss.request@samsung.com
If you want to obtain the complete Corresponding Source
code in the physical medium such as CD-ROM, the cost of
physically performing source distribution may be charged.
This offer is valid to anyone in receipt of this information.
본 제품에는 GPL/LGPL 라이센스 하에 배포되는
소프트웨어들이 사용되었습니다.
따라서 본 제품에 사용된 아래 GPL 및 LGPL 소프트웨어의
소스코드는 oss.request@samsung.com 으로 요청하시면
받으실 수 있습니다.
본 제품에는 OpenSSL Toolkit 사용을 위해 OpenSSL
Project에 의해 개발된 소프트웨어가 사용되었습니다.
GPL Software :
Bridge-Utils, BusyBox, DNRD, dosfstools, iproute2,
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