After the device is installed

The post-installation checks ensure clean integration into the Amazon KfB system and correct operation for high customer satisfaction. The checklist is also available in the order in the Mila App and should definitely be gone through step by step for each order.

Amazon Key for Business testing and documentation
After registering the device using the Amazon KfB app, test the access to ensure it is working correctly.
If the radio connection is weak ("Cell" lights up yellow for 2-3 minutes), disconnect the Leo Lite's power supply for a few seconds to force dial-up to a new, better network.
Make sure that the traditional access without Amazon KfB is also working. This is critical to avoid unwarranted escalations or claims for damages.
Complete the process in the Amazon KfB app.
If using the USB adapter for power, attach the KfB "Do not unplug" sticker.
Make sure the connection cables are labeled and properly attached.
Take a photo of the terminal in which the KfB device has been installed.
Take a photo showing the wiring to the terminal.
Clean the work area and do not forget your tools.
Apply the "Key for Business" sticker to the building's door intercom system to signal KFB accessibility (Even if LeoLite was not directly installed in the door intercom system).

Conclusion with the contact person
Demonstrate the system to him using the test function in the Amazon KfB app, from the entrance to the building to the preferred delivery zone.
Explain to him again the process from the driver's point of view and the associated benefits for the customers.
Have the contact person test the access in the traditional way to demonstrate its full function.
Explain what must be observed to ensure smooth operation (do not disconnect power supply, wiring must not be tampered with).

Conclusion in the Mila App
Have the successful installation confirmed by means of the contact person's signature.
Open a chat directly from the service order and upload the photos of the installation (photo of the terminal as well as the cabling and, if necessary, the original condition of the access system before drilling, etc.).
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