System Requirements for i-BRIGHT7(x) Device setup

To successfully setup your i-BRIGHT7(x) device using the BRIGHTenergy website your system must meet the following requirements:

Windows System:

  • Windows 7, 8, 8.1 (32 bit or 64 bit) (Note that windows XP is not supported)
  • A wireless adapter card (Wi-Fi) that supports 802.11 N or G Networks. (802.11 N Recommended)
  • Any of the following web browsers:
    • Internet Explorer 9, 10, 11  (Version 11 recommended)
    • Chrome (Version 34 or Higher)
  • Java Runtime Environment 
    •     System must be running latest version of Java Run time software. (Available free at Java.com )
  • Note that during setup the system must be located close to the i-BRIGHT7(x) device, within 25 ft is recommended. This is only needed during initial device setup. After setup completed the device can be located as far as you Access Point (Router) provides stable reception.

Mac System:

  • MAC OS: Mountain Lion, Mavericks or Higher.
  • A wireless adapter card (Wi-Fi) that supports 802.11 N or G Networks. (802.11 N Recommended.
    • Mac system must use apple approved Wi-Fi cards bundled with Mac systems. (Third party USB wireless adapters are not supported)
  • Safari Web Browser (Version 7 or higher recommended)
  • Java Runtime Environment
    • System must be running latest version of Java Run time software. (Available free at Java.com )
  • Note that during setup the system must be located close to the i-BRIGHT7(x) device, within 25 ft is recommended. This is only needed during initial device setup. After setup completed the device can be located as far as you Access Point (Router) provides stable reception.
  • Note that during setup you will be prompted to enter Administrator credentials. 
  • Note: Starting with Yosemite 10.10.3 Apple has increased the security on this platform, Is possible that during setup you could get prompted to enter the Administrator credentials from 3 to 6 times depending on you system network configuration, currently this behavior is out of our control, but we are working on alternate solution,
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