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 ====== Getting started with VRM ====== ====== Getting started with VRM ======
  
-There are two separate steps that need to be taken. First, you need to create a VRM user account. And after that the installation,​ needs to be paired with that user account. It is possible to pair one installation to multiple user accounts.+To connect your system to the VRM Portal, there are two separate steps that need to be taken. First, you need to create a VRM user account. And then secondly, ​the installation,​ needs to be paired with that user account. 
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 +It is possible to pair one installation to multiple user accounts. And also its possible to have multiple users connected to the same installation.
  
 ===== Requirements ===== ===== Requirements =====
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       - Color Control GX: the VRM Portal ID can be found in the menu Settings → VRM Logger. It looks like this: be300d83ff04. For more information,​ see [[:​vrm_portal:​troubleshooting_ccgx_vrm_connectivity|Troubleshooting VRM Portal Connectivity for a CCGX]].       - Color Control GX: the VRM Portal ID can be found in the menu Settings → VRM Logger. It looks like this: be300d83ff04. For more information,​ see [[:​vrm_portal:​troubleshooting_ccgx_vrm_connectivity|Troubleshooting VRM Portal Connectivity for a CCGX]].
       - Venus GX: the VRM Portal ID is printed on a label on the side. For more information,​ see [[:​vrm_portal:​troubleshooting_ccgx_vrm_connectivity|Troubleshooting VRM Portal Connectivity for a CCGX]].       - Venus GX: the VRM Portal ID is printed on a label on the side. For more information,​ see [[:​vrm_portal:​troubleshooting_ccgx_vrm_connectivity|Troubleshooting VRM Portal Connectivity for a CCGX]].
 +      - [[https://​www.victronenergy.com/​live/​venus-os:​start|A GX Device]] ​
       - VGR, VGR2 and VER: the VRM Portal ID is the IMEI number. It is written on a label on the back of the modem, and on a label on the outside of the carton. It can also be requested by sending a text message to the modem with the command '​GSM'​. For more information,​ see [[https://​www.victronenergy.com/​upload/​documents/​Manual-Troubleshooting-VGR-connectivity-EN.pdf|Troubleshooting VRM Portal Connectivity for a VGR]].       - VGR, VGR2 and VER: the VRM Portal ID is the IMEI number. It is written on a label on the back of the modem, and on a label on the outside of the carton. It can also be requested by sending a text message to the modem with the command '​GSM'​. For more information,​ see [[https://​www.victronenergy.com/​upload/​documents/​Manual-Troubleshooting-VGR-connectivity-EN.pdf|Troubleshooting VRM Portal Connectivity for a VGR]].
 +      - [[https://​www.victronenergy.com/​panel-systems-remote-monitoring/​ve-direct-lorawan|LoRaWan Device]]
  
 The system needs to have had a successful connection to the VRM Portal, before adding the installation to your user account on the VRM Portal. The system needs to have had a successful connection to the VRM Portal, before adding the installation to your user account on the VRM Portal.
vrm_portal/getting_started.txt · Last modified: 2019-09-19 16:58 by marmour