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Motorola RG3000 User Manual: Advanced Use; Changing Or Programming Settings; Determine The Remote Control Operating Mode; Set The Remote Control Operating Mode

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You will need the information in this section if you want to change the default settings that were set up by your
NSP or reprogram your remote control because it is not working correctly.
Your NSP programs your RG3000 and remote control when your system is first connected. The NSP also
Note:
programs the same Gateway ID (this is the ID of your RG3000) into your remote control. If there is more than
one RG3000 in your home, your NSP programs the Gateway ID into each remote control that communicates
with a specific RG3000.
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HANGING OR
ROGRAMMING
By using the remote control, the RG3000 front-panel buttons, and on-screen menus, you can perform the follow-
ing tasks.
Determine the remote control Operating Mode
Set the remote control Operating Mode
Determine the Gateway ID
Set the Gateway ID
Determine the Remote Control ID
Set the Remote Control ID
Program TV Code
D
ETERMINE THE REMOTE CONTROL
Press the LED key for three seconds until the LED flashes.
1.
Press the INFO key. The LED stops blinking at this point and stays on solid.
2.
Press and release the D key. When the D key is released, the LED immediately turns off.
3.
Watch the LED.
4.
The Operating Mode is indicated by a blink sequence. A short burst of flickering blinks indicates a '0' (SRC-
200 Compatibility Mode) while a single blink indicates a '1' (SRC-300A Native Mode.) There is a 1-second
pause before the LED turns on.
Once the LED sequence has completed, the SRC-300A returns to normal mode operation.
S
ET THE REMOTE CONTROL
The SRC-300A remote control operates older RG models as well as newer models. To allow for this, the remote
can be set to operate in either SRC-200 Compatibility Mode (to operate like the older remote control) or SRC-
300A Native Mode. When in SRC-200 Compatibility Mode, the SRC-300A transmits IR messages that use the
same format as the older SRC-200 remote control (messages are 16-bits in length.) When in SRC-300A Native
Mode, the SRC-300A transmits IR messages using the 18-bit message format. The default operating mode is
SRC-200 Compatibility mode.
To program the operating mode:
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ETTINGS
O
PERATING
O
PERATING
Verify the TV RF channel
Set the Display Language
Set up Secondary Audio
Set the EADS (Emergency Alert Device Support) display
Set the Aspect Ratio
Set the HD (high definition) resolution settings
Set Closed Caption options
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