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POWER PRESENTER RF
Part # PPRF
Instruction Manual
The POWER PRESENTER RF remote is a handy, compact presentation tool. It allows you to control slides
in any presentation or slide show software. The Power Presenter RF remote includes a built in laser pointer.
The kit includes: a remote with laser pointer (battery included), a receiver, a USB cable and a nylon
carrying case. The POWER PRESENTER RF uses radio frequency technology, so you don't have to point
the remote at the receiver to control your slides. The maximum operating distance between the remote and
the receiver is 150 feet, depending upon operating environment.
System Requirements
The only system requirement is USB compatibility. The POWER PRESENTER RF is "plug and play"
compatible with MAC OS 8 or higher and Windows 98, NT, 2000, XP or higher.
Connecting the Receiver to the Computer
For maximum range, the receiver should be placed as far away as possible from any electronic devices.
Using a USB connection (MAC OS 8 or higher and Windows 98, NT, 2000 or higher)
1) Turn on your computer and let it fully boot-up.
2) Plug Type-A end of the USB cable into the USB port on your computer.
3) Plug Type-B end of the USB cable into the USB port on the receiver.
Note: The Type-A USB port on the receiver is used for connecting additional USB devices
To your computer through your Power Presenter receiver unit.
4) The computer should automatically recognize the receiver as a new
hardware after about 5 to 15 seconds, depending on the computer.
Follow the instructions for installing new hardware (you may need to
load the necessary USB driver from your operating system disk). Once
your computer has installed the receiver as new hardware it will not need
to run through the same steps again. Next time you plug the receiver into
the same computer, it will take about 5 to 10 seconds to recognize the receiver. During the 5 to 10 seconds
there may be little or no indication that the computer is communicating with the receiver.
Connecting Another USB Device
The USB Type-A, female port (rectangular shaped Usb female connector) on your POWER PRESENTER
RF receiver is connected to an internal USB hub port. This port will allow you to connect other USB
devices to your computer through your POWER PRESENTER RF receiver unit. To use this port, simply
connect a USB device with a Type-A, connector into the port.
Note: USB 2.0 devices will work at USB 1.1 speeds when connected to this port as the POWER
PRESENTER RF is a USB 1.1 compatible device.

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    The POWER PRESENTER RF remote is a handy, compact presentation tool. It allows you to control slides in any presentation or slide show software. The Power Presenter RF remote includes a built in laser pointer. The kit includes: a remote with laser pointer (battery included), a receiver, a USB cable and a nylon carrying case.

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    Training the Remote to the Receiver The remote has been trained into the receiver at the factory. The receiver can support up to 7 total remotes. To train a new remote, or re-train an existing remote, into the receiver: 1) Press and release the program button on the receiver (the LED lights solid). 2) Press the advance button (the largest button) on the remote three times.

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    Changing the Battery in the Remote 1) There are two “alignment dots” on the back of the remote case and one “alignment dot” on the battery cover. Insert a quarter into the slot on the battery cover and turn counter clockwise until the dot on the battery cover is lined up with the LEFT dot on the remote case.

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    1) The battery is dead. Replace the battery. Limited Warranty Street Smart Technologies, a Division of Honeywell Home and Building Control, (“Seller”), 13475 Danielson St. Suite#120, Poway California 92064, warrants its product to be in conformance with its own plans and specifications and to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for 12 months from the date of original purchase.

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