INTRODUCTION


This manual contains the necessary information to interact with the app EVE Remote Plus. The
system provides you with a free app for controlling your EVE installation remotely. The app is
available for Android and iOS smartphones/tablets and for Windows OS or Mac OS X laptops / Pcs.

The mobile version is available on Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

The app for desktops can be downloaded on our website at http://www.ilevia.com/downloads/.

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START SCREEN


 Once EVE Remote Plus is started, you land on the Start Screen. On the top left corner, you find the gear
icon to access the Settings, on the top right corner the user icon to start configuring a New Account. In
the middle of the screen are displayed all the accounts you configure (Accounts List).

There are two accounts configured by default to let you test our demo corner installation.
These default accounts are used to show you two samples of the user interface and can be
deleted at any time.

Settings

To access the Settings, click on the gear icon on the top left corner of the Start Screen.

Version: app version and date of the latest app release;
Pin: checkbox to enable a passcode and icon to set your personal passcode;
Force orientation: checkbox to enable a default screen orientation (portrait / landscape);
Force screen always on: checkbox to always enable the default screen orientation;
Logout when in background: checkbox to enable logout when the app is on running app list;
Use effects: checkbox to enable special effects within the app (ex. vibration, sounds, …);
Power consumption: dropdown menu to choose the app consumptions mode;
Contents size: dropdown menu to select the size of contents (texts / icons);
Writing system: dropdown menu to choose the default setting for your writing;
Auto Resolve IP: checkbox to allows to 4G connection even if when there is a dynamic IP;
Show pin on idle: checkbox to enable the requirement of the passcode after an idle time;
Screen width: screen width, the value is detected automatically;
Screen height: screen height, the value is detected automatically;
Quit: icon to exit from the application.

 

New Account

To start configuring a New Account, click on the user icon on the top right corner of the Start Screen.

Title*: text area where you can enter a customized title for your personal;
Auto search: dropdown which shows all the active servers into the network;
IP address*: text area where enter the IP address of the server (ex. 192.168.X.XXX);
Username*: text area where enter the account username configured by the administrator;
Password*: text area where enter the account password configured by the administrator;
Title color: click the color picker icon to customize the color of your account title;
Picture: click the camera icon to take a photo to be used as an account picture;
Picture color: click the color picker icon to customize the color of your account picture.

The fields starred with an asterisk are mandatory to complete the account configuration. Be
sure that all of them are filled in order to successfully create the account and to login.

Accounts List

In the middle of the Start Screen are displayed all the accounts you configured on your app.

It is possible to configure countless accounts, also to control different installations. All your accounts are displayed in alphabetical order, however in a situation where many accounts are displayed, it could be helpful to choose which accounts to display on top of the list.

Tap the empty star icon of the account area to set that account as one of your preferred. When
selected, the star icon becomes colored. With the next run of the app, all the starred accounts will
be displayed in alphabetical order before all the other accounts.nce.

When only one account is set as your favourite, with the next run of the app, the Start Screen
display will be skipped and the connection to the preferred account will be done directly to
speed up your controlling experience.

To edit an account simply swipe the account area from right to left with your finger. Doing so, a red
button will be revealed. Click on “Edit” to access the account panel where edit/delete the account.

 

Account Login

To log in to the account, you want to use, simply tap on the account area (previously configured).
Remember, when setting an account as your favourite one, the Start Screen display is skipped and
the connection to the starred account is automatically done by EVE Remote Plus app.

 

If the login fails due to a wrong configuration of the account, get in touch with your trusted
installer to solve the issue. Report to your installer the message displayed on the connecting
bar of your EVE Remote Plus app which will helps him to detect the problem.

HOME SCREEN


When you successfully log in, you land on the Home Screen of your user interface (created on EVE
Manager configuration software). On the top left corner, you find the home icon which brings you back
to the Home Screen any time you click on it, wherever you are in your navigation through the user
interface. On bottom left corner the exit icon to go back to Start Screen of your EVE Remote Plus. .

Information

When you press the home icon for longer than a second (tap and hold) you access a Menu which
shows you a row of icons corresponding to several configurations available for the user. Click on the info icon to access a list of further information about the server you are connected to.

 

Configurations

When you press the home icon for longer than a second (tap and hold) you access the
Configurations menu which shows you a row of icons corresponding to several configurations
available for the user within the EVE Remote Plus app. At the moment, only an icon is displayed: a
clock icon to set timers.

 

In order to enable the management of timers feature, it is necessary to add the “Week Timer” module within the installation project using EVE Manager configuration software. 

TIMERS CONFIGURATION


It is possible to set up weekly/monthly schedules to automatically launch scenes and events. It won’t ever be necessary to worry about the smart building management during your daily routine due to the fact that EVE will automatically trigger events based on system calendars.

Timers Configuration Mode

To access timers configuration mode, tap and hold the home icon, then click on the desired clock icon. Once selected, the home icon begins to flash of a different color (red). From now on, you will be navigating using the timers configuration mode until you will long press the home icon again. Navigate through your user interface and tap on an object for which you want to set a timer too.

 

 Week Timer

Click on the object to access the Week Timer Screen. On top of the screen, you find the title of the
object you have selected (ex. Abat Jour). Below there is a summary area, filtered by day (Week
Line), where all the created events for the selected object are displayed (Events Rows).

You can also find a scroll bar to select a different Week Timer (if more than one is set within the
project). On the top right corner of the Week Timer Screen you find the icon for adding a New Event, on the top left corner the arrow icon to go back to the user interface navigation.

 

New Event

To add a New Event click on the icon on the top right corner of the Week Timer Screen (if more than a
Week Timer is set within the project, pay attention to the one you are configuring). Once done, the
Event Configuration Screen is displayed in front of you. Here you set a timer for the selected object.

Tap on the day/s on the Week Line to choose for which days of the week you want to set the timer
to. All the selected days are surrounded by a colored circle. Below, the keypad allows to input the
time of the event. On the top right corner of the Event Configuration Screen you find the bin icon to
delete the event, on the top left corner the arrow icon to go back to the user interface navigation.

 

As soon as you add a new event, its details are summarized through an editable Event Row on the
Week Timer Screen. Tap on top left corner icon to go back to the Week Timer Screen of the object.

Event Row

Each Event Row showed on the Week Timer Screen summarizes the details of each event and allows
to complete the configuration. From left to right you find:

● a switch icon allows to define whether the event has to turn on or to turn off the object;
● a timer display and a week display (not editable) summarize the event’s details;
● a little horizontal switch that allows defining whether the event is enabled or disabled.

 

Use the Week Line (filter by day) on the Week Timer Screen to move towards the week events of
the specific object and edit each event depending on your needs. Providing you access to the timers
configuration mode, you can edit each event any time you want.

Timer Icon

When finished, go back to the user interface using the arrow icon on the top left corner of the Week
Timer Screen and tap and hold the home icon to exit the timers configuration mode. Each object
for which at least an event is set will display a timer icon below its title to facilitate the recognition.

 

Multiple Week Timers

Instead of requiring you to keep editing your timers depending on your changing routine or holiday
plans, we have designed the possibility of using multiple Week Timers. This allows to create events
and define to which kind of week they refer. For example, this is helpful to distinguish your typical
week from your holiday week. There is always a Primary Week Timer within the project, plus it is
possible to set other Secondary Week Timers (this needs to be done using EVE Manager software
configuration) and use the Week Timer Calendar component to select the days of the year in which
the Secondary Week Timer needs to be considered by the system to trigger your events.

 

In order to enable the management of timers feature, it is necessary to add the “Week
Timer” module within the installation project using EVE Manager configuration software. 

Tap on the calendar icon to access the Week Timer Calendar Screen. On top of the screen, you find
the title of the object you have selected. Below there is the calendar area for days selection. At the
bottom of the page, you find the scroll bar to select the Week Timer you want to configure. Here,
the Primary Week Timer is not shown due to the fact that it is the default one.

You can choose to set countless Secondary Week Timers, depending on your needs, so scroll the bar
to select the one you want to configure (one per time). Once done, tap on the dates of the calendar
in which the selected Secondary Week Timer needs to be considered. All the selected days will be
surrounded by a colored circle. In those dates will be triggered only by the events that you configured
as Secondary Week Timer during the creation of your events.

When done, go back to the user interface using the arrow icon on top left corner of the screen.

Temporary Timer 

To access timers configuration mode, tap and hold the home icon, then click on the desired clock icon. Once selected, the home icon begins to flash of a different color (blue). From now on, you will be navigating using the timers configuration mode until you will long press the home icon again. Navigate through your user interface and tap on an object for which you want to set a timer too.

Temporary Timers are used to trigger an event such as turning off a light for a certain period of time set by the user. This Timer has top priority compared to other logic or other settings made previously, this means that except in the case of the Scenario, which in this case would not be overwritten, the Temporary Timer will always have priority over everything.

Click on the object to access the Timer Lock Screen. On top of the screen, you find the title of the
object you have selected (ex. Abat Jour). 

On the top right corner of the Week Timer Screen you find the icon for adding a New Event, on the top left corner the arrow icon to go back to the user interface navigation.

 

New Event

To add a New Event click on the icon on the top right corner of the Temporary Timer. Once done, the
Event Configuration Screen is displayed in front of you. Here you set a timer for the selected object.

Tap on the day on the Week Line to choose from/to which days of the week you want to set the timer. All the selected days are surrounded by a colored circle. Below, the keypad allows to input the
time of the event. On the right of side of the last day you that you have chosen you find the bin icon to
delete the Timer, on the top left corner the arrow icon to go back to the user interface.

Single Event Timer

To access timers configuration mode, tap and hold the home icon, then click on the desired clock icon. Once selected, the home icon begins to flash of a different color (orange). From now on, you will be navigating using the timers configuration mode until you will long press the home icon again. Navigate through your user interface and tap on an object for which you want to set a timer too.

Single Event Timers is used to trigger an event such as turning off a light only for one time, after that the timer will auto delete. This Timer has top priority compared to other logic or other settings made previously, this means that except in the case of the Scenario, which in this case would not be overwritten, the Temporary Timer will always have priority over everything.

New Event

To add a New Event click on the icon on the top right corner of the Single Event Timer. Once done, the
Event Configuration Screen is displayed in front of you. Here you set a timer for the selected object.

Tap on the day on the Week Line to choose the day of the week you want to set the timer
to. On the right of side of the Timer that you have created, you find the bin icon to
delete the Timer, on the top left corner the arrow icon to go back to the user interface.

REC SCENE CONFIGURATION


The system EVE allows the management of countless scenes. This is helpful to eliminate repetitive
operations and speed up the control of the building. EVE Remote Plus app allows also the record of
personal scenes directly through the user interface without EVE Manager configuration software.

The Remote Scenario is a module which needs to be added on your user interface using EVE
Manager configuration software. This is an object that allows recording customized scenes
to perform with a simple button within your user interface.

Remote Scenario Configuration Mode

  1. In order to start recording, hold down on “Remote Scenario” command icon for longer than a second and click the red circle on the top right of the window.
  2. You know you are in recording mode due to the fact that  Home”  icon will become completely red and start blinking indicating that recording mode is active.
  3. From now on, any command subjected to state changes that depend on the user’s will be registered. It is possible to move within the app interface and select any change: lights, dimmers, temperature, etc.
  4. You can save the registration at any time by clicking longer than a second on the “Remote Scenario” icon. 
  5. Remote Scenario command icon will return back to the original color and the Home menu icon will stop flashing to indicate that the registration status has been finished.

 

Rec Scene

Tap and hold the Remote Scenario icon to access the recording scene configuration mode. Once you also clicked the red circle,    the home icon begins to flash of a different color (red). Navigate through your user interface and command the objects that you want to add to your scene:

turn on / turn off switches and lights;
dim lights to a customized percentage;
open/close shutters and blinds;
power on / power off the A/V system;
activate / deactivate the alarm system;
increase/decrease the room temperature or set a mode.

When you think the registration is complete, tap and hold the initial Remote Scenario icon to exit
the recording scene configuration mode and confirm the registration. From now on, simply tap on
that Remote Scenario icon to trigger the scene you have just recorded.

 

In case you accidentally access the recording scene configuration mode, simply tap on the
Remote Scenario icon to exit without editing the recorded scene.

Reset Scene

In order to reset a Remote Scenario to reconfigure it, tap and hold the Remote Scenario icon to
access the recording scene configuration mode, then tap and hold the Remote Scenario icon again.
Without making any new changing, the Remote Scenario will record “no actions” which means you
delete the previous recording and it brings the configuration to the initial state. Now it will be
possible to record a new scene as explained in the above paragraph.