As mentioned above, the Nº39 has the capability to teach learning remote con-
trols special commands for which there are no front panel counterparts. These
commands can be especially helpful in solving problems in certain kinds of cus-
These "positive control" commands in the Nº39 will place it into a certain mode
of operation regardless of its current state. For example, a positive control com-
mand to enter
helpful when you do not necessarily know the current status of the Nº39, as
might be the case in a multi-room home entertainment system (for example).
WHEN FINISHED, EXIT THE TEACH IR MODE BY ALLOWING THE Nº39 TO
Y ou may wish to teach your remote control some of the Nº39's special
commands (those for which there is no corresponding front panel button);
in this case, you should go directly to the next section. Otherwise, simply
avoid pressing any buttons for about ten seconds, and the Nº39 will auto-
matically return to normal operation.
At some point, however, you should test all your newly "learned" commands
to ensure that they were "learned" correctly .
will leave the Nº39 in
if it is currently operating. This type of positive control is especially
PLACE THE Nº39 IN ITS FRONT PANEL TEACHING MODE
As explained on the previous page, you do this by pressing and holding the
button until the display reads
pressed within approximately ten seconds, the Nº39 will "time out" and re-
turn to normal operation.
RELEASE, THEN PRESS AND HOLD THE REPEAT BUTTON A SECOND TIME
TO PLACE THE Nº39 IN ITS CUSTOM IR MODE
After about five seconds, the display will change from
(the first special IR code available for teaching). This indicates that the spe-
cial IR codes that do not correspond to front-panel buttons are now avail-
able for teaching to a learning remote control—including some that are de-
signed to solve problems unique to custom installations.
PRESS THE "REPEAT" BUTTON REPEATEDLY TO ADVANCE TO THE DESIRED
The table on the next page lists the various commands that are available for
the Nº39 for which there is not front-panel equivalent. In some cases, they
represent "positive control" alternatives to commands which normally toggle
between two settings (such as standby and operate). In other cases, they
represent functions which exist only on the remote control. In the second
column are the designations that will be displayed to indicate that the Nº39
is ready to fire the corresponding IR code.
will advance you to the next command in the table. If no
button is pushed for more than ten seconds, the Nº39 will "time out" and
return to normal operation.
if already there, or switch
. If no further buttons are