SYSTEM PROGRAMMING OVERVIEW
This manual includes items that are designed to assist in the programming process.
Forms (Pages 44-46)
Three blank reproducible forms are included as planning tools when determining sources, settings
and zone preferences. The Source and Zone Information forms and the Macro Editor form should be
completed before programming and referred to during the installation menu process. This speeds up
programming time and reduces missed or incorrect entries. These forms also serve as system refer-
ence documents if future troubleshooting is needed.
IR Device Codes (Pages 76-78)
This list of command type IR device codes reflects the built-in IR codes in the CAM6.6 library. During
programming, these codes will be entered for each source at the "Device Code" prompt. If a code is
not listed for a source, the Learn IR procedure is available to learn in and centrally store IR codes.
(Note: Device codes for Phono, DAT and Tape are Learned Only)
Key Functions (Pages 79-100)
This list of key functions identifies what IR codes are supported for each command type (source) by
the built-in library. "Learned Only" indicates that this function is not supported and must be learned
into the CAM6.6. This list of key functions reflects the different available key functions associated
with what you see on the LCD panel when performing the Key Configuration procedure in the
Installation Menu. The list of functions corresponds with the command types above (e.g., CD, DSS,
Source Names (Pages 101-102)
A list of assignable Source Names is provided for advance selection and source form completion
Flow Charts (Pages 63-75)
Installation Menu flow charts provide a graphical representation of the programming process.
Installation Menu (Pages 48-62)
The Installation Menu provides the step-by-step complete programming procedure for the keypad and
Although you can begin programming at any point within the Installation Menu, the following sequence
is recommended for initial installations, as it progresses from the most basic requirements to the
more advanced features.
1. Controller Setup (CTRLR SETUP) (Pages 57-58)
This procedure sets the controller ID number within the system. This number must be manually set
when multiple CAM6.6's are linked through RNET within one system. This procedure is not necessary
for systems with only one CAM6.6.
2. Number of Sources (# of Sources/SOURCE SETUP) (Page 56)
This procedure sets the number of sources used in the system. This prevents the user from selecting
a source input that is not used.