Freewire Operation, cont.
A Quick Note before You Program the Mood Settings:
In the Lamp Receiver section you learned how to set up
individual LAMP RECEIVERs. These LAMP
RECEIVERs are turned on and off by pressing the
appropriate rocker switch that corresponds to the
receivers unique UNIT CODE. The purpose of the
MOOD buttons are to link multiple receivers (up to 4)
so that they can be turned on or off by the MOOD
Example: If you have a LAMP RECEIVER in one room
and it is set to the number 7 on its UNIT CODE and you
have another LAMP RECEIVER in another room and it
is set up to the number 13 on its UNIT CODE, the two
lamps can be turned on at the same time using a
With the MESSENGER HUB still plugged into an AC
outlet, set the slide switch to LEARN.
While facing the MESSENGER HUB, press MOOD 1 ON
switch on the TV REMOTE. The MESSENGER HUB's
green indicator light will flash.
Set the UNIT CODE dial on the TV REMOTE to match
the UNIT CODE on the LAMP RECEIVER that you want
to turn on and off. Press on the rocker switch
corresponding to that LAMP RECEIVER. Wait for the
MESSENGER HUB indicator to flash indicating the code
has been stored in the MOOD function.
Repeat step 3 a maximum of 3 more times to link up to 4
LAMP RECEIVERs / BULB RECEIVERs with that MOOD
key. The 4 LAMP RECEIVERs can be in any combination
of UNIT CODES.
Return the slide switch on the MESSENGER HUB to
RUN. The ON/OFF button of MOOD1 will now turn on
and off all of the LAMP RECEIVERs / BULB RECEIVERs
that were linked in Step 4. There may be up to a 3 second
delay between the time that you press the button and
the time that the lights respond.
To set up MOOD 2 key, repeat steps 1 thru 5
substituting MOOD 2 key for MOOD 1.
NOTE: Pressing either MOOD ON key while in LEARN
mode clears all stored codes for that MOOD.
Freewire Operation, cont.
See the setup instructions that come with Freewire
cameras and follow the instructions to install your first
camera. As soon as you install your first camera and
connect the receiver to your TV, you will see a picture
on your TV (the camera powers up in the ON state when
you first plug it in). You can then try it out with the
FWMR remote, as described below, to see that you can
turn it off and on by remote control, before continuing
with the installation of additional cameras.
Freewire cameras work like regular Freewire Lamp
Receivers and Appliance Receivers so you can turn
them on and off by using the dial on the remote to
select the color and number for the power supply that
the camera is connected to, and then press the ON and
OFF buttons above the colored wheel to turn the
selected camera on and off.
However, you can have more than one camera installed,
and since the cameras transmit the video and sound to
the same receiver that's connected to your TV, you
must ensure that you only ever have one camera turned
on at the same time. To ensure this happens the camera
power supplies are "smart." You set them in groups of
three numbers corresponding to the colors on the
remote's dial. Then when you turn on one of the
cameras in the group of three, any camera in that group
that was presently on automatically turns off - so you
don't have to remember to turn off one camera before
you turn on another camera, (as long as they are set to
the same color).
You can have cameras set to different colors but in that
case you must remember tun turn one camera off before
you turn another camera on.
Also, setting cameras in groups of three on the same
color lets you use the Camera Scan buttons. To use this
feature you first turn on any camera in the selected
color, using one of the three ON buttons above the
color wheel, then press the Scan forward (or backward)
button. Each time you press the Scan button the next
(or previous) camera in the selected color turns on (and
the previously on camera in that group automatically