Quickstart guide - Remote
The motor may only be operated after reading these safety instructions, failing to do so might cause serious harm.
- Do not operate a blind which in any way is damaged
- Charging of battery operated blinds, only with suitable chargers
- only operate the blind within the prescribed environmental situation
- the motor may only be used in combination with the recommended and suitable power source, originally supplied with the blind.
- A remote control is considered NOT to be a children's toy
- window decoration motors should be replaced when the rated cycle limitation is reached
THIS DOCUMENT IS WORK IN PROGRESS
This guide will help you get started with your EASE installation.
A remote control is not considered to be a children's toy.
Install the access point¶
Connect your access point to your router using the provided network cable and power it up
Start the app and follow the on-screen instructions to finish setting up the access point.
Join a remote¶
With each product you have a QR code sticker. Make sure you have it available
Keep the sticker in a safe location. Never throw it away !
Batteries in the battery compartment.
After approximately 10 seconds the
Home button LED will start blinking orange.
Press bottom right More button
Select Teach-in device.
The app will now start looking for new devices.
Verify the LED is blinking ORANGE every 10 seconds.If the Remote has gone to sleep (after 3 minutes of inactivity after powering up the device), wake it up by pressing the Home button on the remote.
Follow the instructions in the app to finish the installation.
You have now arrived at the Main Menu
Add shades to the remote¶
From the Main menu select Device overview
Select the remote control
Select a Button, and then select Remote - Group to add blinds.
Press + button and select a blind from the list.
Repeat this step to add more blinds.
Press done (IOS) or back arrow (Android).
Configuration data will now be transferred to the blinds
Press the Home button on the remote.
the configuration data will be transferred to the remote, the home button will blink orange while the data is being transferred
The remote control is ready for use after the configuration data has been transferred to all connected blinds!
Remote control buttons¶
- Select a group by pressing a group button (1,2,3 or 4). The selected group lights up orange. It is possible to select multiple groups (like 1 and 3).
- To de-select a group, press the group button again. Orange light is off.
- Press home button to select all groups at once.
When operating one or more shades the color of the home button provides feedback on the operation:
- Orange : Sending a command.
- Green : Operation successful.
- Red : An error has occurred.
- Press this button to send shades to their configured favorite position. (Only shades in selected groups are activated.)
All control button operate on shades that are in selected groups.
- Open: Move shade in open direction.
- Close: Move shade in close direction.
- Stop: Stop shade.
- Tilt open: Depending on shade type, this will tilt vanes, move a small step or move a second rail.
- Tilt close: Depending on shade type, this will tilt vanes, move a small step or move a second rail.
Starting over / resetting your remote¶
When there is need to start over or to reset a remote, please follow the below instructions. It is possible to reset the remote in 2 ways. One is using the App, the other a hard reset.
Using the App
The preferred way
In the HmIP app select more from the quick menu on the bottom of your screen
select device overview from the menu
select your remote and hold until or swipe (depending on your operating system) to reveal the edit menu. Select the deletion/garbage bin icon.
the remote has been deleted from the HmIP network and all blind connections are deleted. you can now start over fresh.
Remove the back lid of the remote.
Remove one battery.
while holding the home button, insert the battery again
Keep on holding the home button until the button starts flashing red.
Release and press and hold again until the light turns green.
The remote has been reset
Use the usual HmIP procedure to again add the remote to the HmIP network.
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