SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS FCC Caution Remember to exercise good common sense THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE when using the Home Automation features of FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE your remote - especially when scheduling FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS: unattended devices.
Table of Contents Introduction Introduction ................5 Congratulations on your purchase of the IR32A Hard Key Functions ..............6 IconRemote. The IR32A IconRemote has the ability to Setup ..................8 combine many types of remotes into a single remote. It Battery Installation .............
Hard Key Functions Hard Key Functions, cont. HIS/HERS - Quick access keys for favorites stored under His/Hers groups. Pressing either HIS or HERS button a second time accesses the X10 Home Automation modules that you’ve set up in All Rooms. SIDE KEYS - Used to access on-screen features.
Setup Using the Wizard Battery Installation After you insert the batteries and choose “English” the Setup Wizard screen (1) appears. You can exit the Wizard at any • On the back of the remote, push time by pressing the HOME key (located down on the tab and lift the cover off.
Setting Up Your Devices Setting Up Your Devices, cont. How to set up a TV Pressing Save displays screen (5) that instructs you to try a few other keys on the remote to make sure you’ve found the After you’ve been through the Wizard for correct code.
Setting Up Your Favorites Setting Up Your Favorites, cont. Once you’ve gone through the Wizard If you want to add a label to the logo, press the Side Key next and set up at least a TV, and set up more to Label.
Setting Up Your Favorites, cont. Setting Up X10 Devices The IR32A IconRemote - coupled with other X10 Home Note: “Triple tap” name entry works in a similar fashion to text Automation Modules - gives you the ability to control every- entry on a cell phone.
Setting Up X10 Devices, cont. Setting Up X10 Devices, cont. When triggering an X10 module or wall switch using the IR32A In the following example we’ll set up the remote for an LM465 IconRemote, the signal is typically sent from the remote using Lamp Module located in the “Basement.”...
Setting Up X10 Devices, cont. Using The Remote Setting up an LM465 Lamp Module (example) Assuming you followed the steps on the previous pages and have set up some devices and some favorites, you can now use The following is a basic example of how to set up an X10 Lamp the remote.
Using The Remote, cont. Using The Remote, cont. Some icons will only provide On or Off Labeling Feature functions, while some may provide Two lines are available for labeling when you label an icon. dimming. It depends on the device’s The screen shown on the lower-right is an example of a TM751 capabilities.
Sleep Macro Steps, cont. Mode Key Press the MODE key, then select a device • Select “Pick Module.” The Pick Room screen appears. type to change the mode that the remote is • Select the room that has the module you want to control. in.
Learning Sleep Sleep lets you set any device to turn off a Tips On Learning preset time from now. You can set the off The following are the guidelines that will help you use this time in increments of 15 minutes, up to a feature: maximum of 90 minutes.
Learning, cont. Learning Main Keys • Check the IR transmitters/sensors are correctly aligned At the Home screen press the Side Keys between the two remotes. next to Setup, More, and then Learn. • Adjust the distance between the two remotes to be closer (e.g., half an inch) or a further away (e.g., 2 inches) from each other.
Learning Main Keys, cont. Macros - Main Keys, cont. Press and hold (in this example) the Before learning the second key in the Power key on the other remote until the Macro, you can set a delay (1-10 sec) display shows that the command has been after which the command stored in the successfully learned.
Learning Side Keys Learning Side Keys, cont. At the Home screen press the Side Keys Next, point the remote you want to learn next to Setup, More, and then Learn. commands from at the bottom of the IR32A IconRemote, and press OK when you’re ready.
Learning Side Keys, cont. Learning Macros (Side Keys) E.g., in this example we pressed the 3 A Macro could include the Power key for key on the remote to enter the letter D. your TV, followed by the Power key for Then we pressed the 8 key repeatedly your Cable box, followed (after a 2 until the letter V was displayed.
Learning Macros, cont. Learning Macros, cont. Line up the remotes and press OK when Point your existing remote at the bottom you’re ready. of the IR32A IconRemote, and press OK when you’re ready. Then press your next key. After adding more keys, you can keep the label for the key (in this example L1) or select Change Label by pressing Side Key K9.
Setting up more Setting up more, cont. Setting up more Devices Setting up more Favorites When you first inserted the batteries into When you first inserted the batteries in the the remote you likely went through the remote you likely went through the X10 Macros X10 Macros Wizard and set up a few devices.
Setting up more, cont. Setting up more, cont. Adding/Editing Favorites Reordering Favorites This lets you add favorites to an existing This lets you move the favorites that you group, edit favorites in an existing group, have previously set up in a group to or add favorites to a new group.
Setting up more, cont. Setting up more, cont. Deleting Favorites Renaming Favorite Groups This lets you Rename the groups that you (Also see Deleting X10 Favorites on page 49.) This lets you delete favorites that you have saved your favorites in. For example you previously set up in a group.
Setting up more, cont. Advanced Settings Clearing Settings in the Remote Press these keys using the following sequence: HOME, Setup, More, and Advanced. This feature lets you clear (erase) various things you’ve set up in the remote. The screen to the right lets you change the backlight delay;...
Advanced Settings, cont. Advanced Settings, cont. Punchthrough, cont. You can also change the device type by pressing the key next to the device that you are editing the code for. Pressing this key repeatedly cycles through all available device types. At this screen you set how you want the Volume Up/Down and Mute keys to operate when the remote is in TV mode.
Advanced Settings, cont. X10 Home Control KidSafe If you own or have purchased the Model IR543 Command Center, and you have compatible X10 Lamp, Appliance, and Wall Switch modules, you will also be able to control lights Press the HOME key, Setup, More, and appliances from your IR32A IconRemote.
X10 Macros X10 Macros, cont. • At the next screen Pick Device. Macros allow you to combine a number of commands, • Select More at the following screen. including time delays, using a single key press. There are two • Select X10 Macros at the following screen. ways to create a Macro.
Audio and Video Compatibility Voice Dialer Security Console The IR32A IconRemote used in conjunction with the RE549 The IR32A IconRemote used in conjunction with Half Powermid gives you control of Audio and Video the PS561 (DS7000) security console gives you components - even if they are in a different room from the the ability to control your home security directly remote.
12 Month Limited Warranty The Favorites you set up don’t operate your device. X10.com, a division of X10 Wireless Technology, Inc. (X10) • Make sure you selected the correct device (TV, Cable, Sat, warrants X10 products to be free from defective material and etc., when you set up each favorite.