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IN-HOM™ S.M.A.R.T. Mobile
Sobriety Monitoring and Reporting
Technology
User’s Manual
SS440-0018-00
Rev. 01-2014
Smart Start, Inc.
IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile User’s Manual
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© 2014 Smart Start, Inc.
Smart Start, Inc. does not discriminate against any
individual based on race, color, religion, sex, age, or
national origin.
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Contents
FCC St at ement ..................................................................4
Saf et y ..................................................................................5
Safety Statement ................................................................................. 5
Power Requirements and Cautions ...................................................... 5
Cleaning Precautions ............................................................................. 6
Description ..........................................................................6
Parts Listing ......................................................................................... 7
Key Parts of the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile Device ........................... 7
IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile Op er ations ......................7
Set-Up ................................................................................................. 7
Charging your unit............................................................................... 8
Test Windows....................................................................................... 9
Testing Requirements ......................................................................... 9
Menu Functions ................................................................................. 11
Low Power / Sleep Mode .................................................................. 11
Step-By-Step Operation ..................................................................... 12
How to Take a Test .................................................................... 12
Test Results................................................................................ 12
IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile Display Messages...................................... 13
Transporting Your IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile ................................... 16
Frequently asked questions ............................................ 16
Troubleshooting ............................................................... 17
Ser vi c e an d Su ppor t ...................................................... 18
IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile Service .................................................. 18
Customer Service Contact Information .............................................. 19
Your IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile Leasing Responsibilities ................ 19
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FC C St at em ent
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio interference
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may case harmful interference to radio communications.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user may attempt to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the device.
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Connect the equipment into an outlet or on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Increase the separation between the equipment and the
receiver.
You may also find helpful the following booklet, prepared by the
FCC: “How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference
Problems.” This booklet is available from the U.S. Government
Printing Office, Washington D. C. 20402.
Changes and modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer or registrant of this equipment can void your
authority to operate this equipment under Federal Communications
Commission rules.
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Safet y
Safety Statement
To protect against electrical shock and fire, maintain a secure
connection of all components to the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile
device. Do not cut any cables connected to the device as this
could result in electrical shock or fire. This device should only
be serviced by Smart Start certified technicians.
Do not tamper with the device. This will result in additional
charges and notification to appropriate monitoring authorities.
Power Requirements and Cautions
The IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device comes with a 120V AC to
5.25V DC adaptor. Use only the included power supply. Using
any other type of power supply may result in damage to the
unit or electrical fire. Figure 1 shows a picture of the included
power supply.
Figure 1
IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile power supply and cable
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, burns, fire, or injury to
persons:
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Do not immerse device in water or any other liquid.
Do not place or store device where it can fall or be
pulled into a tub or sink.
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Do not reach for the device if it has fallen into water.
Unplug immediately.
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Plug power cord directly into receptacle; do not use an
extension cord or connect extra cables together.
Do not place the device on the floor, around extreme
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temperatures, where it is prone to damage, or where you
can’t see it or hear it.
Do not cover this device by bedding or other materials.
Use the device only for its intended use as described in
this manual.
Never operate the device if it:
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Has a damaged cord or plug
Is not working properly
Has been dropped or damaged
Has been dropped into water
Except for mouthpiece and charging cord, never insert any
object into any opening of the device.
10. Do not use outdoors when temperature is below 5 0°F /
10°C
11. D o n o t operate where aerosol (spray) products are being
used or where oxygen is being administered.
12. Do not store the device where it is exposed to direct
sunlight or near a heater or other source of heat.
13. Keep out of reach of children.
Call 1-800-880-3394 for service or repair.
Cleaning Precautions
Use only fresh water on a damp cloth to clean the outside of
the unit. Solvent or chemical based cleaners can damage the
unit or result in false readings. DO NOT submerge the device in
any type of liquid for cleaning purposes.
Description
The IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device is a battery-powered
portable device that measures the alcohol content in the user’s
breath. It also identifies the user by taking their picture and
captures their GPS location at the time of the test. The device
requires the user to take a test during specified test windows. It
will notify the user when a test is required and the test result will
be displayed. A Quick Reference Guide is included in your
carrying case for your convenience.
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Parts Listing
The IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device package consists of the
following parts:
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IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device
Mouthpiece (2)
Power supply
Power cord
Carrying case
User Manual (English / Espanol)
Quick Reference Guide (English / Espanol)
Key Parts of the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile Device
Camera
Menu keys
Display
Mouthpiece
Keypad
Charging port
IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile O p e r a t i o n s
Set-Up
Make sure the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device is on a clean,
flat, steady surface like a countertop or table in an area free
from any alcohol containing elements. Place the device where
you can see the display and hear the beep tones. Connect the
power supply to the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device and insert
the mouthpiece into the nozzle found at the top front of the unit.
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Figure 2
Insert charging cord here
Insert mouthpiece as shown
NOTE: The mouthpiece must be installed as shown here. The
device will not accept a test if the mouthpiece is installed
incorrectly. You are responsible for any missed tests due to the
mouthpiece being installed incorrectly.
Charging your unit
Your IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device is equipped with a battery
that enables it to run without being plugged in to A/C power.
Smart Start highly recommends that you keep your IN-HOM
S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device plugged in at all times; except when
transporting it. Much like a cell phone, if the battery in your unit is
completely dead, it may take a few minutes to charge the unit
enough to initialize the device. The battery will not charge below
32° F (0° C). If your unit was left in in your car overnight in the
winter, the device may need to warm up before it will charge the
battery. It is your responsibility to keep the device in normal
operating temperatures 50° F to 100°F (10°C to 38°C). Any
skipped tests due to a dead battery will be reported. The battery
charge level is indicated by the battery icon on the display (see
figure 3 below). It is your responsibility to keep the battery fully
charged. When the charger is connected and the device is
charging, you will see the battery icon with the charge indicator
(see figure 3 below).
Figure 3
Battery icon shown here on top of display
Battery icon when charging
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Test Windows
A test window is the period of time allowed for taking a required
test. When the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device reaches the
scheduled test window, the unit will beep and a countdown timer
will appear on the display with the message “Test Required –
Please Blow”. You must take a test before the timer expires. As
the timer approaches zero, the unit will beep more rapidly.
If you miss your test window, it will be logged as a Missed Test.
Missing a test is a v iolation, and all violations are reported.
Taking a t e s t after the test window does not reverse
previously missed required tests.
If the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device shows “Ready” on the
display, voluntary testing is permitted during non-test window
times.
You may be contacted by your monitoring authority(s) to take
a test outside of your test windows.
Testing Requirements
Lighting
The IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device takes a picture of the
user’s face while taking a test. Us e a light or lamp to ensure
illumination of the user’s face. The amount of light should be
sufficient to read a magazine. Please make sure the light is not
too bright and is shining directly at your face.
Face Detection
Your IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device can detect the user’s face
when taking a test. If the unit does NOT detect a human face, the
test will fail and you will be required to take another test. If you do
not have adequate lighting as described above, the device may fail
the face detection. Turn on more lights to correct this. It is a
violation of your Program to have another person take a test on your
device.
You MUST position your face as shown here in figure 4 with your
nose aligned with the camera.
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Figure 4
Correct face to camera angle
Rinse with Water Prior to Testing
Smart Start recommends drinking water before each test to
e n s u r e a clean mouth. Do NOT use a breath freshening
agent just before taking a test as most of these agents contain
alcohol.
Proper Attire
The IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device takes a picture during the
test. It is important that everyone in the room is dressed
appropriately.
Cellular Service
The IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device u s e s a c e l l u l a r r a d i o
t o t ransfer data. When the device is turned on, you will see a
signal strength icon along the top of the display - the more bars
displayed, the better the signal strength.
It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that the IN-HOM
S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device is placed i n a n a r e a such that
the cellular signal is strong and reliable.
NOTE:
The IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device will
perform d a t a downloads throughout each day. For
this reason, it is important to leave the unit plugged
in at all times unless you are transporting it.
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Temperature Operation
Your IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device will not allow a test if the
temperature of the device is below 50° F (10° C). Plugging in the
power supply will enable internal heaters that can speed up the time
required to reach operating temperature. If you are unable to plug in
power, make sure the device is in a room with temperatures above
50° F (10° C) and allow it to warm to operating temperature. Once
the device warms up, it will go to “Ready” or “Test Required – Please
Blow” and allow a test. Please note that any skipped tests due to the
unit being too cold will be reported as violations.
Menu Functions
Your IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device is equipped with some
basic menu functionality. To access these items, from the
main idle screen, press the “Select” key at top left part of the
keypad (see figure 5 below). Use the ‘Up” and “Down” keys
to move up and down inside the menu structure. Use the
“Select” key to select specific items and use the “Exit” key to
exit out of particular screens.
Figure 5
NOTE: You will not be allowed to take a test while
accessing menu features and menu access is disabled
during an active test window.
Low Power / Sleep Mode
If your IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device is unplugged, it will go
into a low power / sleep mode. When in the sleep mode, the
LED’s, beeper, and display will be off. You can wake up the unit by
pressing the “*”, “0” or “#” keys on the keypad. The IN-HOM
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S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device will automatically wake up when a test
window opens and keep track of the countdown timer. The display
will turn on when the device is awakened.
Step-By-Step Operation
How to Take a Test
Plug in your IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device and press the “*”,
“0” or “#” key to wake up and initialize the device. Once ready, the
display will show “Ready.” If the device is in an open test window,
the display will show “Test Required – Please Blow.” At this
time, drink water to ensure a clean mouth.
Take a deep breath and blow steadily into the mouthpiece until the
unit stops beeping and you hear a click. You do not have to blow
hard – just steady. During the test, the display will show the
word “Testing – Keep Blowing”. The total blow test time is
approximately 4 seconds.
Test Results
After testing, the display will show “Analyzing – Please Wait”.
This means the unit is processing the breath sample and a result
will be displayed. F o r a c om p l e t e t es t , t here are five (5)
possible t e s t results:
1) “Passed” means the test is complete and the alcohol content
of the sample passed.
2) “Warning” means the test is complete and the device
measured some level of alcohol – but, not enough to
cause a failure. You will not be required to take additional
tests. If you are assigned to a zero-tolerance program, this
test will still be reported.
3) “FAILED” means the test is complete and the alcohol content
of the sample is considered a failed test. You will be required
to take additional tests to provide a passing test. See display
message summary below for more information on a failed test.
4) “VIOLATION” means the test is complete and the alcohol
content is considered a violation. You will be required to take
additional tests to provide a passing test.
See display
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message summary below for more information on a violation.
5) “Face Not Detected – Please Retry” means the device did NOT
detect a human face while the test was taken. Make sure the
room has good lighting and do not cover the camera. In an open
test window, you will be required to provide another test. Please
see figure 4 for the proper facial position for testing.
IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile Display Messages
1. Charging – Please Wait: The battery needs to be charged.
2. Initializing: The unit is initializing.
3. Ready - Next Test: (mm/dd hh:mm): The unit is ready to
accept a breath test and the next test time is displayed
4. Test Required – Please Blow: A test window is open and you
are required to provide a passing test before the timer counts
down to zero.
5. Testing – Keep Blowing: Testing is in progress.
6. Analyzing – Please Wait: The unit is processing the breath
sample.
7. Passed:
The test is complete and the alcohol content of
the sample is considered passing.
8. Warning: This means the test is complete and the device
measured some level of alcohol – but, not enough to cause a
failure. You will NOT be required to take additional tests. But, if
you are on a zero-tolerance program, this test will still be reported.
9. FAILED:
This means the test is complete and the alcohol
content of the sample is considered a failed test. You will be
required to take additional tests to provide a passing test. Wait
for the unit to display “Ready” or “Test Required – Please Blow”
and take the test again.
10. VIOLATION: This means the test is complete and the alcohol
content is considered a violation. You will be required to take
additional tests to provide a passing test. Wait for the unit to
display “Ready” or “Test Required – Please Blow” and take the
test again.
11. Missed Test: This means that the user did not provide a passing
test during a required test window.
12. No Face Detected - Please Retry: This means that the device
did NOT detect a human face while the test was taken. Make
sure the room has good lighting and do not cover the camera. In
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an open test window, you will be required to provide another test.
Please see figure 4 for the proper facial position for testing.
Data Upload: This indicates that the device is connected
wirelessly and uploading test results and pictures. Testing is not
allowed during this time. DO NOT UNPLUG device at this time.
Unit will continue uploading data until all data has been
transferred.
Battery Low – Plug in Power: This means the battery is almost
dead. Please plug in power to charge the battery. Skipped tests
due to a dead battery are violations and will be reported.
Service Appt on MM/DD: A reminder, your appointment date is
approaching.
Service Lockout in ## hrs: A reminder of that you are due for
Service in ## number of hours. DO NOT IGNORE THE SERVICE
WARNING grace period.
Violation Lockout in ## hrs: A reminder of the number of hours
remaining before the unit goes into lockout due to violations. DO
NOT IGNORE THE VIOLATION WARNING grace period.
Service Lockout: The device is in lockout due to missing your
service date or other issues with the device. You are not able to
take a test and are required to call Smart Start at 800-880-3394
for further instructions on servicing your unit.
Violation Lockout: The device is in lockout due to excessive
violations. You will not be able to take a test and are required to
call Smart Start at 800-880-3394 for further instructions on
servicing your unit.
Error # Lockout in ## hrs: A message indicating that your
device has an error. The device will go into a service lockout
condition in ## of hours. Please call Smart Start at 800-880-3394
to arrange service.
Test Incomplete - Blow Harder: This means that you did not
blow long enough to finish the test. A retest is required. Wait for
the unit to display “Ready” or “Test Required – Please Blow” and
take another test. This time, blow longer and slightly harder.
Test Incomplete - Blow Softer: This means that you blew too
hard. A retest is required. Wait for the unit to display “Ready” or
“Test Required – Please Blow” and take another test. This time,
blow longer and softer (not as hard).
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23. Test Incomplete - Don’t Inhale: The unit detected the user
inhaling during test. A retest is required. Wait for the unit to
display “Ready” or “Test Required – Please Blow” and take
another test. This time, do not inhale.
24. Test Error- Please Retry: Your unit did not complete the test
successfully. A retest is required. Wait for the unit to display
“Ready” or “Test Required – Please Blow” and take another test.
25. Too Cold - Plug in Power: Your unit is too cold for normal
operation and will not allow a test. Plugging in the power supply
will enable internal heaters that can speed up the time required to
reach operating temperature. Please make sure you are using
the device in normal room temperature conditions and allow it to
warm up. Once the device warms up, it will go to “Ready” or “Test
Required – Please Blow” and allow a test. Please note that any
skipped tests due to the unit being too cold will be reported as
violations.
26. Too Hot: Your unit is too hot for normal operation and will not
allow a test. Allow the unit to cool down to a normal room
temperature. Once the device cools down, it will go to Ready” or
“Test Required – Please Blow” and allow a test. Please note that
any skipped tests due to the unit being too hot will be reported as
violations.
27. Re-Test Required in x:xx:xx: After a failure or violation in a test
window, the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device will temporarily
prevent a test with this countdown timer. Once the countdown
timer reaches zero (0), the device will return to “Test Required –
Please Blow.”
28. Please Wait ## sec: After a failure or violation outside of a test
window, the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device will temporarily
prevent a test with this countdown timer. After the timer reaches
zero (0), the device will return to “Ready” and you will be able to
provide another test.
29. Test Error - Tamper Detect: This means the device did not
detect a human breath sample. Wait for the unit to display
“Ready” or “Test Required – Please Blow” and take another test.
The IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device will detect the use of nonhuman breath samples and will require a re-test. Tampering is
also a violation of your program.
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Transporting Your IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile
When transporting the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device, Smart
Start h i g h l y recommends using the carrying case that is
provided. The carrying case was designed to protect the INHOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile device. Any damage to the unit is the
responsibility of the user.
Frequently asked questions
Q: What is a Test Window?
A: This is the time period in which you must provide a test. The display
on the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. device will show “Test Required – Please
Blow”, along with a countdown timer showing how much time you have
left in which to provide a test.
Q: What are violations?
A: Violations are any breath test result above the violation level. Most
states and monitoring authorities use a 0.020 violation level. This may
vary from state-to-state.
Q: What is tampering?
A: Tampering is anything done to cheat the device or try to alter the
readings.
Q: Will tampering be reported as a violation?
A: Yes, most states and monitoring authorities consider tampering to be
a violation that must be reported.
Q: When does the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile take pictures?
A: The IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile takes a picture during test cycle
while you are providing your breath sample. It will NOT take any
pictures at random.
Q: How can I change my test windows to a better time for my work
schedule?
A: Your monitoring authority must provide written approval to Smart
Start in order to change your test windows.
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Q: How do I know if the device is charging?
A: Plug in the charger and charger cord to the device. Once the
device has enough charge to initialize and turn on, you will see the
battery icon at the top. There will be a small “lightning bolt” icon to the
right of the battery icon when the device is charging.
Q: How can I check to see if my test was recorded?
A: Select the MENU (left “Select” key) and use the middle up/down
keys to scroll down to “Test History.” Press the left “Select” key to
open the test history. You can find the last 30 tests. Press right
“Select” key to exit.
Q: How do I find the best cell signal in my house?
A: Make sure the device is charged well. Use the MENU Cell
Information to check actual signal strength and then, move the
device around in your house to find the best signal strength
Troubleshooting
Unit won’t turn on:
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Plug in the charge to an electrical outlet and plug in the cable to
the charger connection on the front of the device
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If the battery is completely dead, it may take a few minutes to
charge enough to initialize the device (much like a cell phone)
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If the device was left in your car overnight in the winter, the device
may be too cold to charge. Allow the device to warm up above 32°
F / 0° C. At this point, the device will begin charging the battery.
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If the battery has been removed, the unit will not turn on.
Removing the battery is considered tampering and will be reported
as a violation of your program.
Device Error messages
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If you see “Device Error 1” this indicates there has been a failure in
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the breath testing section of this device. Please contact Smart
Start at 800-880-3394 to arrange service for your device.
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If you see “Error # Service Lock in ## hrs” – this means there is a
problem with your unit and that it will go into a service lockout
condition in the number of hours shown. Do not ignore this
message.
Please contact Smart Start at 800-880-3394 to
determine what steps are needed to clear this message.
Unit says “Face Not Detected” and makes me take another test:
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If the unit does NOT detect a face during a test, it will require you
to take another test regardless of whether the resulting test might
have been a passing test.
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Facial detection will fail if the mouthpiece is inserted incorrectly.
Make sure you have the mouthpiece inserted correctly as show in
figure 2.
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Hold the device per the image shown in figure 4 to make sure the
camera sees your face correctly.
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Make sure you have adequate lighting in the room and that the
light source is NOT too bright or behind the user’s head.
I Blow – but, device won’t allow a test
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Make sure the display shows “Ready” – with next Test listed on
screen (or Test Required in open test window state)
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IF not, may be a problem with device
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Make sure the mouthpiece is inserted correctly and your nose is
lined up with the camera
Ser vi c e an d Su ppor t
IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile Service
The IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile unit requires periodic service and
calibration. You will be instructed when to bring the device in for
service. If you do not bring in your IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile in
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time for the required service, your device may go into Service
Lockout and you may be required to pay an additional service
lockout fee.
Be sure to make a note of your next service appointment time.
You can also find your next service appointment time by pressing
the menu button and scrolling to the “Next Appt”.
Smart Start employees might call to inquire about the usage of the
device or to confirm your next service appointment.
Go to www.smartstartinc.com t o determine the location of
your nearest Smart Start service center.
Customer Service Contact Information
For customer service, call Smart Start toll free at 1-800-8803394. Our answering system will direct you to the appropriate
department; please follow the directions. Always include your
full name, date of birth, area code, phone number, and mention
that you are an IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile client.
Be sure to maintain a journal of events surrounding failed
readings or problems with the device.
Your IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile Leasing
Responsibilities
The IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile is leased equipment. You are
responsible for returning the IN-HOM S.M.A.R.T. Mobile
device in the same condition it was at the time of installation.
You will incur all charges specified in the lease agreement until
unit and all other items are returned to Smart Start. Make sure
you understand your responsibilities.
You are responsible for damages due to negligence,
tampering, or abuse of the device.
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