Connecting System 6000 to Icon Application

Connecting your System 6000 Mainframe to the Desktop Icon Application
 
Before connecting your System 6000 to the Desktop app you must first make note of your Frames IP settings. This can be found in the Frame > System > Main > Net Menu. If you are unable to access this menu you can reset the IP address. To reset the IP push and hold a pin into the Reset port (to the left of the Status LED) on your main frame while booting it up, keeping this pressed for roughly 40 seconds. The IP settings should now be reset to ‘192.168.1.xx’. The ‘XX’ will refer to the final 2 digits of your frame serial number and the Subnet mask will be set to ‘255.255.255.0’
 
Next you will need to connect your main frame either to your computer or a network hub using a crossed Ethernet cable. If you are connecting to a hub you can then connect your computer either wirelessly or via a standard Ethernet cable to the same hub.
 
Windows wireless connection
  1. Download and install the Icon Application from the following link;
https://www.tcelectronic.com/Categories/Tcelectronic/Signal-Processors/Accessories/TC-ICON/p/P0CJX/Downloads#googtrans(en|en)
  1. Connect to your Chosen Network
  2. Go to your Windows Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Centre and then select ‘Change Adapter Settings’
  3. Right click on your network, select properties, and then find the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4 setting) and go to Properties.
  4. Select the ‘Use the Following IP Address’ option and enter the IP settings of your frame. You will need to add or subtract 1 from the final digit of the IP, so for example; if the IP address is 192.168.1.64 you would enter this to your computer as 192.168.1.65. The subnet mask will be the same.
  5. Select ok and close the Network settings.
  6. Open the Icon application
  7. Click the icon in the top left corner then select Setup > Devices > Select and then press detect. You should now see your frame appear below the Detect button and be able to assign this to your desired slot. You can connect and control up to 8 devices at any one time.
You should now be able to control your System 6000 Main frame from your Desktop computer over a wireless connection.
 
Windows via Direct Connection
  1. Download and install the Icon Application from the following link;
https://www.tcelectronic.com/Categories/Tcelectronic/Signal-Processors/Accessories/TC-ICON/p/P0CJX/Downloads#googtrans(en|en)
  1. Connect to your frame to your computer using a Crossed Ethernet cable
  2. Go to your Windows Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Centre and then select ‘Change Adapter Settings’
  3. Right click on your Ethernet connection, select properties, and then find the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4 setting) and go to Properties.
  4. Select the ‘Use the Following IP Address’ option and enter the IP settings of your frame. You will need to add or subtract 1 from the final digit of the IP, so for example; if the IP address is 192.168.1.64 you would enter this to your computer as 192.168.1.65. The subnet mask will be the same.
  5. Select ok and close the Network settings.
  6. Open the Icon application
  7. Click the icon in the top left corner then select Setup > Devices > Select and then press detect. You should now see your frame appear below the Detect button and be able to assign this to your desired slot. You can connect and control up to 8 devices at any one time.
Mac Via Wireless Connection
  1. Download and install the Icon Application from the following link;
https://www.tcelectronic.com/Categories/Tcelectronic/Signal-Processors/Accessories/TC-ICON/p/P0CJX/Downloads#googtrans(en|en)
  1. Connect to your Chosen Network
  2. Click the Apple icon and go to system preferences, then Network.
  3. Under Wi-Fi, click on your network and then Advanced
  4. Go to the TCP/IP menu, and set the Configure IPv4 option to Manually
  5. Enter the IP settings of your frame. You will need to add or subtract 1 from the final digit of the IP, so for example; if the IP address is 192.168.1.64 you would enter this to your computer as 192.168.1.65. The subnet mask will be the same.
  6. Select ok and close the Network settings.
  7. Open the Icon application
  8. Click the icon in the top left corner then select Setup > Devices > Select and then press detect. You should now see your frame appear below the Detect button and be able to assign this to your desired slot. You can connect and control up to 8 devices at any one time.
Mac Via Direct Connection
  1. Download and install the Icon Application from the following link;
https://www.tcelectronic.com/Categories/Tcelectronic/Signal-Processors/Accessories/TC-ICON/p/P0CJX/Downloads#googtrans(en|en)
  1. Connect your Frame to your Mac using a Crossed Ethernet cable.
  2. Click the Apple icon and go to system preferences, then Network.
  3. Under Ethernet, click on your network and then Advanced
  4. Go to the TCP/IP menu, and set the Configure IPv4 option to Manually
  5. Enter the IP settings of your frame. You will need to add or subtract 1 from the final digit of the IP, so for example; if the IP address is 192.168.1.64 you would enter this to your computer as 192.168.1.65. The subnet mask will be the same.
  6. Select ok and close the Network settings.
  7. Open the Icon application
  8. Click the icon in the top left corner then select Setup > Devices > Select and then press detect. You should now see your frame appear below the Detect button and be able to assign this to your desired slot. You can connect and control up to 8 devices at any one time.
 
 
 

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