Operating the Terminal in a hot environment

Operating the Terminal in a hot environment

We all enjoy the sun and the heat to some extent and most golf is played in the summer. The Terminal can handle a lot of heat, but in some cases, it can be too much. There is no danger to the Terminal. It has a built-in thermal sensor that will detect if it is getting too hot. First, it will slow down to prevent too much heat generated from its internal power use, and eventually, it will stop all processes from running to protect it from damage. If this happens, simply turn it off, let it cool down and it should be ready for use again. To avoid too elevated temperatures, do not place the Terminal in direct sunlight in a non-cooled environment. It is not something we see very often, but it has happened. An operating temperature is the allowable temperature range of the local ambient environment at which an electrical or mechanical device operates. The device will operate effectively within a specified temperature range which varies based on the device function and application context and ranges from 0 degrees Celsius/32 degrees Fahrenheit to 70 degrees Celsius/158 degrees Fahrenheit. Outside this range of safe operating temperatures, the device may fail.
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Why it is a clever idea to lock the Terminal before use

We recommend that you lock the Terminal after the installation is done. You will find the steps in the installation manual on how to Hide the navigation bar. It might not seem that important, but in some cases, we have seen some creative use go into settings and changed how the Terminal is operating. This is obviously something that you don't want, and to prevent that you simply hide the navigation bar from the users, and then the only way to access the settings on the Terminal is by restarting it with the power button on the back.
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Power the Terminal with a long cable

In some cases, for decorative or practical reasons, there is no room for the power supply near the Terminal. Most Golf Clubs would like to have the power supply hidden away - it is obviously not the most beautiful thing in the world. If this is not possible or if there is too far from the nearest power outlet. The solution is to use a Power Over Ethernet (POE) device. A POE device is a power supply that can provide power to the Terminal through a normal network cable. The cable can be from 1 to 50 meters/55 yards long and will give you the option to hide the power supply far from the Terminal. Maybe your existing network cabling already supports POE, and you can simply plug it into the network connection in the wall. In case you use the POE option, the connection to the internet can also be provided through the cable and you don't need a WIFI connection. The Power over Ethernet device can be bought separately and can be connected to the Terminal after the installation
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Preview your Terminal in your browser on PC or Mac

When setting up the Terminal for the first time or if you are making changes or adjustments to the course data or the design, it is quite easy to test the result directly on your PC or Mac. Inside the Portal under "Clubhouse Terminal", you can preview what is shown on the Terminal without having to have it nearby. The Terminal preview is loaded in a separate window and as soon as you save your work, the changes will show up in the preview window. Simply click the "Load clubhouse terminal in browser" button when inside the "Clubhouse Terminal" and you can see your changes directly on your own computer.
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Wake Terminal when it is in “Sleep mode”

When the Terminal is going to sleep at night, it is still possible to wake it up instantly. If for some reason you want to use the Terminal after it goes to "Sleep Mode", you can simply touch the screen and it will return to normal. I could be someone who is taking a late round, or perhaps you want to show the Terminal to someone in the evening. After you are done using it, it will return to "Sleep Mode" if it is within the predefined "Sleep Mode" time. Remember that you can always change the "Sleep Mode" time in the Portal. The default "Sleep Mode" period is between 20.00 (8 PM) and 07.00 (7 AM)  
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How the Terminal updates automatically

Your Solution keeps getting better all the time as we add improvements and new functionality frequently.  The latest updates are pushed to the Terminal automatically and in most cases, the Terminal will update during the night when nobody is using the solution. We will never change or add functionality that changes how the solution is operated unless it is critical to the operation of the Terminal. Most new functionality is optional for you as a user and can be turned on from the Portal. An example of a very visual update that you got recently was the WIFI symbol at the top-left of the Terminal, which will help you see if the Terminal is connected to the internet. Updates like this will be added without any prior notifications.
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