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FREEWIRE OPERATION, cont.
GROUPS
A Quick Note before You Program the
Group Settings:
The purpose of the GROUP buttons are
to link multiple UNITS (up to 4) so that
they can be turned on or off by the
GROUP buttons.
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 GROUP.
Step 1:
With the MESSENGER HUB still plugged
into an AC outlet, set the slide switch to
LEARN.
Step 2:
While facing the MESSENGER HUB,
press GROUP 1 ON switch on the
MASTER REMOTE. The MESSENGER
HUB's green indicator light will flash.
Step 3:
Set the UNIT CODE dial on the MASTER
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 GROUP function.
Step 4:
Repeat step 3 a maximum of 3 more
times to link up to 4 LAMP RECEIVERs /
BULB RECEIVERs with that GROUP
key. The 4 LAMP RECEIVERs can be in
any combination of UNIT CODES.
Step 5:
Return the slide switch on the
MESSENGER HUB to RUN. The
ON/OFF button of GROUP1 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.
Step 6:
To set up GROUP 2 key, repeat steps 1
thru 5 substituting GROUP 2 key for
GROUP 1.
NOTE: Pressing either GROUP ON key
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while in LEARN mode clears all stored
codes for that GROUP.
CAMERA OPERATION
See the setup instructions that come with
Freewire MONITORING 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 MASTER 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 units 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.
You can install more than one camera.
The cameras transmit images to the
same receiver that's connected to your
TV. You must ensure that you have only
one camera turned on at the same time.
We recommend that the cameras are set
up in a single ZONE (up to 3 cameras
per ZONE.) When first installing multiple
cameras it is necessary to turn off each
camera before installing additional
cameras. Failure to do this will result in
multiple images being transmitted to your
TV at the same time which will result in a
layered or garbled image. When you turn
on one of the cameras in the zone, any
camera in that zone that was presently
on automatically turns off.
NOTE: Additional cameras (up to 3) can
be set up in a different ZONE. However,
it is necessary to turn off cameras in one
ZONE before selecting cameras in
another ZONE.
Installing cameras in sets of three in the
same ZONE lets you use the Camera
Scan button. To use this feature you first
turn on any camera in the selected zone,
using one of the three ON buttons above
the color wheel, then press the Scan
forward button. Each time you press the
Scan button the next camera in the
selected color turns on (and the
previously on camera in that zone
automatically turns off).
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