Binding Devices to the SoloVision

Summary:

**Make sure that you are running the most recent version of the MyoVision software before beginning. The MyoVision software must be running in order for devices to connect to the SoloVision.**

This document has been taken (and then expanded) from the MyoVision User Manual which is located in your software. To access the full MyoVision User Manual go to the Help dropdown menu and choose MyoVision User Manual. **Please note that you may need to move your SoloVision away from your screen/TV/monitor, as the electrical noise may interfere with device binding.**

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Prepare SoloVision for Binding


Make sure that the SoloVision is plugged into a USB 2.0 port on the computer. The Power Light should turn Green  once the SoloVision is plugged in and recognized by the computer.

Prepare ScanVision for Binding


Make sure that the select switch on the ScanVision device is set correctly. The select switch is located on the right of side of the device and sets whether the device is going to be used on the right or left side of the patient's back.

When you purchase two ScanVisions at once, one ScanVision will be set to Left and one will be set to Right be default. The device set to Left should be marked with a yellow left sticker. In order to use two ScanVisions one must be set to Left and one must be set to Right.

 If you are using one ScanVision instead of two, the select switch should be set to left. 

In order for the device to recognize any changes made to the Select Switch the device must be restarted. To do this, set the Power Switch to the Off position then back to the On position.

Prepare FlexVision for Binding


While holding each FlexVision with the power switch facing away from you, locate the select switch label.
Check the select switch on your device. If you are using two FlexVision devices, make sure that one device is set to Main (Up) and one device is set to the Aux (Down) setting. MyoVision users that perform exams with a single FlexVision will want to make sure that their device is set to Main.

In order for the device to recognize any changes made to the Select Switch the device must be restarted. To do this, set the Power Switch to the Off position then back to the On position after changing the setting for your Select Switch. 

Prepare DynaVision for Binding


Follow the steps below to get your DynaVision ready to bind to a SoloVision.

  1. Make sure that your DynaVision has three AA, lithium ion batteries seated inside the battery clip.
  2. Switch the power switch on the base of the device to the "On" position.

  3. Push the start button on the top of the device. The Connect Status and the Battery Status lights should both light up.

Prepare ThermoVision for Binding


If you are using a VisionPort 2 Wired Thermography unit Click Here for instructions on getting your device setup inside of MyoVision.
If you are binding a Wireless ThermoVision to a SoloVision, then follow the steps below to prep your device.

  1. Make sure your device is fully charged when. When Your ThermoVision device is done charging the Charge Indicator light will turn from amber to green.
  2. Make sure the Power Switch is set to the On position.
  3. Press the Trigger at the top of the device. The Power light should turn green and Connect Status light should start flashing red.

Before you continue you will want to get a paper clip to use to activate the connect switch or bind button. 

  • ScanVision devices will have a Connect Switch or Pair Button (depending on the age of the unit),
  • FlexVision devices will have a Connect Switch,
  • DynaVision devices will have a Connect Switch.

Each device also has a Connect Status light to indicate the devices current connection status. 

  • If the Connect Status light is flashing red the device is not bound to a PhysioMonitor or SoloVision.
  • If the Connect Status light is solid red the device is in binding mode and is searching for a SoloVision or PhysioMonitor also in binding mode. 
  • If the Connect Status light is green the device is bound to a SoloVision or PhysioMonitor.

In order to make the binding process go as smoothly as possible our support team recommends that you push the Connect switch or bind button on your handheld unit first, then push the bind button on your SoloVision. After a binding attempt, make sure to use the power switch to turn your handheld unit off, then back on to restart the device.

Make sure to read the binding instructions for all of the devices that you own before beginning the bind process. The following steps are time-sensitive, once a device has been put into it's binding mode you will have about six seconds to activate the binding mode on your other device. After six seconds of not detecting a bind each device will turn the binding mode off. Click through the tabbed menu below for instructions on how to use the bind or connect button on each type of device.

Bind your ScanVision


Once the device has been prepped you can bind it to your SoloVision. 

  1. Lightly push a pencil or paper clip into the Connect Switch on your ScanVision.

The Connect Status light should go from a blinking red to a solid red.

Bind your FlexVision


  1. Locate the Connect Switch on the top of your device. 
  2. Using a paper clip or pencil, lightly push inside the Connect Switch. The Connect Status light should turn a solid red.
  3. Once the Connect Status light turns red immediately use your paper clip or pencil to push the bind button on the front of your SoloVision.
  4. If the bind is successful the Connect Status light will turn a solid green.
  5. After a binding attempt make sure to use the power switch on the front of your FlexVision to turn the device off and back on to restart it. Make sure to do this even if it appears the binding has failed.

Bind your DynaVision


  1. Set the Power Switch to the On position and push the Start Button on top of your DynaVision.




    The Battery Status light should turn solid green.

  2. Take a paperclip or pencil and insert it into the Connect Switch. The Connect Status light should turn a solid red indicating that it's in binding mode.
  3. To complete the bind insert the paperclip into the bind hole on the SoloVision device. The Connect Status light, on your DynaVision, should turn a solid green indicating the device has been successfully bound and is ready to begin scanning.

Bind your SoloVision


Before continuing make sure that your handheld device is in its binding mode. If Connect Status light is solid red it means that the device is in binding mode.

A blinking Connect Status light means that the device is not bound to another device and it is not in binding mode. If the Connect Status light starts blinking during the binding process, use the power switch on your handheld device to manually turn it off and back on before attempting to bind the devices again. It may take a few seconds for the devices to recognize the bind. 

Once your handheld device is in its binding mode you can follow the instructions below to bind it to your SoloVision.

  1. Insert a paperclip or pencil into the Bind hole on the front the SoloVision.

Bind your ThermoVision


If you are using a VisionPort 2 Wired Thermography unit Click Here for instructions on getting your device setup inside of MyoVision.

To bind a Wireless ThermoVision to a SoloVision, follow the instructions below:

  1. Make sure the Power light on the ThermoVision and SoloVision devices are both green. 
  2. Insert a paperclip or pencil into Connect Switch on the base of the device.
  3. The Connect Status should turn a solid red. 
  4. Insert a paperclip or pencil into the Bind hole of the SoloVision device.
  5. The Connect Status light on your ThermoVision and the Bind light on your SoloVision should both turn solid green.

Tutorial Videos

Click through the menu below for video guides on where to find and press the Connect Switch on each type of device.


Watch the following video to see how to properly press the Connect Switch on a ScanVision device.

Watch the following video to see how to properly press the Connect Switch on a FlexVision device.

Watch the following video to see how to properly press the Connect Switch on a SoloVision device.

If the SoloVision device successfully binds to another device the Connect Light will turn green.

Watch the following video to see how to properly press the Connect Switch on a DynaVision device.

Watch the following video to see how to properly press the Connect Switch on a ThermoVision device.

Reminders

Note: The binding process will only work if the connect light is a solid red. 

The timing of the binding process is crucial. If the handheld device goes back to a blinking red before you hit the “Bind” button you will need to try again.

Are your devices are both showing up green, but one is not appearing bound on the screen? Repeat Step 3 and check the "Select Switch" direction of your device. They cannot be set in the same position.

If you need further assistance please email support@myovision.com with your contact information and a few sentences describing the issue. You can also call 1-800-969-6961, Option 2 for Technical Support.