Connecting to the Verizon Network
The first time Sensor #1 is plugged in, the integrated cellular modem (Verizon) has to register with the Evermind Network - t
his is called “over-the-air service provisioning” (OTASP). 

Sensor #1 could blink for up to five minutes before OTASP is accomplished. If Sensor #1 doesn’t stop blinking after five minutes, it may be having trouble connecting to a cell tower. If Sensor #1 cannot connect to a cell tower, it will not be able to connect to the Evermind Network. The integrated cellular modem inside Sensor #1 works over a CDMA wireless network. Certain materials like masonry, brick, stone, or metal may block the wireless signal. 

If you’re having problems connecting, try placing Sensor #1 in a different outlet or location.



When plugged in, Sensors #2 and #3 will attempt to connect to Sensor #1. While attempting to connect, these sensors may blink for up to  20 seconds before establishing a connection. If Sensor #2 or Sensor #3 continues to blink for longer than 20 seconds, please first check  to make sure that Sensor #1 is plugged in, powered, and that its light is solidly lit (not blinking). After confirming that Sensor #1 is correctly  installed, try placing the sensor with connection issues closer to Sensor #1, or placing the remaining sensor between Sensor #1 and the  sensor experiencing connection issues (see Using sensor relay to extend range.)

What to do if there’s a power outage. 

The Evermind system should recover from a power outage with no intervention required. 

Nevertheless, be aware that if a monitored device is in an “on” state when power is restored, Evermind may interpret the restoration of power as an “on” switching event, even though no one has switched on that device.