Here is a quick tutorial on how to set up Smart PSS on your PC. This is compatible with Eagle, SPRO & Dahua DVR’s/NVR’s.

SmartPSS is a Windows and Mac based software that allows remote viewing of cctv cameras, and ip security cameras from a desktop or laptop computer, along with a range of multiple functionalities. You can connect multiple DVRs, network video recorders and surveillance cameras to easily manage your camera systems. This software is included for free with every DVR, NVR, IP camera, or security camera system purchased.

To be able to access your live video feeds, stored video, and download recorded video brings a whole new element of security. To new users, this program may seem intimidating to master. We assure you that it is not. To make things simpler, we have made a video on how to get started.

Smart PSS Download Link:


This step by step video will show you how to get set up in less than 10 minutes.



How to Guide – Visonic

Easily Enrol and Unenroll Your MCT-234 or MCT-237 Remote Keyfob in Minutes. This guide will take you through the basic steps to help you along the way.

The Visonic Powermax range of wireless alarms can be set and unset with a touch of a button using a wireless key-fob.  Two key-fobs are available – the four-button one-way model (MCT-234) and the six-button model (MCT-237).

The Visonic Powermax supports up to eight keyfobs which can be enrolled onto the control panel. The wireless range of the key-fobs is approximately 20 metres (Line of Sight).  The MCT-234 can be used to set the alarm in Home or Away mode, unset the alarm or initiate a Panic alarm.  It also has an Auxiliary button that can be programmed to perform various functions such as opening a motorised garage door.

The MCT-237 has differences to the MCT-234 in that it has an LCD display that displays information sent from the control panel and that it can also be used to arm/disarm partitions if needed.

How to Enrol Your Visonic Key Fob:

Both types of keyfob are enrolled in the same way.  They can be enrolled and un-enrolled from either the user menu or from the installer menu.  The procedure below is through the user menu and is the same as through the installer menu.

  1. With the panel reading READY, press the forward >> key until USER SETTING is displayed and press OK.
  2. Enter your user code at the prompt (default code is 1111) – you will hear the ‘Happy’ beep.
  3. Press the forward key >> until ENROL KEYFOB is displayed and press OK.
  4. Press the forward button >> until you reach an empty key-fob slot.  Slots that have a keyfob already enrolled to them have a black square next to them so it is easily viewable.
  5. Press OK and ‘TRANSMIT NOW’ will be displayed.
  6. Press any button on the key-fob and a ‘Happy’ beep will indicate that the key-fob has been enrolled.
  7. Press the forward button to enrol more key-fobs or press the Arming Away (closed padlock symbol) button to display <OK> TO EXIT from the menu.
  8. Press the OK button to return the panel to its READY status.

Un-Enrol Your Visonic Keyfob

If you lose a Keyfob or need to remove one from your system, it can easily be done in 4 simple steps.

  1. To un-enrol, a key-fob proceed as above but when you reach the slot with the key-fob you wish to un-enrol and press OK.  The panel will display <OFF> TO DELETE.
  2. Press the Disarm (open padlock) button to delete the key-fob.
  3. Press the Arming Away (closed padlock) button to display <OK> TO EXIT.
  4. Press the OK button to return the panel to its READY status.

Unfortunately, Visonic have discontinued their production of PowerMax. However there are some products still available on eBay, please click here to see the options







How to Enable and Setup Printing in your Uber Eats App

Time Taken: Less Than 5 Minutes

Printer Required: Star LM-200 Portable Bluetooth | Star TSP143IIIBI Bluetooth | Star TSP654IIBI-24 Bluetooth

The Uber Eats Restaurant Dashboard supports the Star Micronics LM-200, the TSP143IIIBI and the TSP654IIBI-24 receipt printers. If you have one of those models, you can print orders directly from the Restaurant Dashboard. If you follow our easy guide below you can be set up in less than 5 minutes.

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