Teaching Nº39 Front
The Nº39 includes both an infrared receiver and an infrared transmitter. With this
capability, it can "teach" a learning remote control any commands that might be
needed for remote operation.
Specifically, the Nº39 can send all of the necessary IR commands from its
window, enabling you to teach a learning remote any or all of its pre-pro-
grammed commands, as well as some optional special commands that are avail-
able to solve specific installation-related problems.
The Nº39 has two special modes of operation into which it may be placed in
order to facilitate the "teaching" of remote control commands to a learning re-
mote control. The first allows you to easily teach the commands for which there
are corresponding front panel buttons. The second allows you to teach "special"
commands to the remote control for which there are no corresponding front
PRESS AND HOLD THE REPEAT BUTTON TO ENTER THE FRONT PANEL
The display will show
a learning remote control the infrared commands that correspond to its
front panel buttons. The left-pointing arrow points directly at the point
from which the IR commands will be sent, to assist you in lining up your
learning remote control.
If you change your mind, simply don't touch any button for ten seconds
and the Nº39 will return to normal operation. (Hint: you may remember
that this special "hidden" feature of the Nº39 is accessed via a press-and-
hold of the
peaters" so often used in custom installations; the functionality found here
is of most value in such installations.)
PRESS ANY FRONT PANEL BUTTON TO CAUSE THE Nº39 TO SEND THE
CORRESPONDING IR COMMAND
Line up the IR window of your remote control with the left side of the
Nº39 display, at a distance of approximately 2"-6". Select the to-be-learned
button on the remote, then press the corresponding button on the Nº39 to
fire the appropriate IR code.
Most learning remotes need to be held fairly still while they learn new IR
commands; movement can garble the received IR. If you are uncertain as to
how to prepare your remote control for learning new commands, refer to
the instructions provided with the remote control.
REPEAT THE PROCESS OF "TEACHING" NEW COMMANDS TO THE
VARIOUS BUTTONS ON YOUR REMOTE CONTROL UNTIL ALL
APPROPRIATE OR DESIRED FRONT PANEL COMMANDS HAVE BEEN
LEARNED BY YOUR REMOTE
to indicate that the Nº39 is ready to teach
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button by associating its use with the external IR "re-