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PowerView® CHR Bottom-Up blind

This instruction will program a PowerView® Plissé or Duette® blind.

Plissé

Duette®

1. Delivery condition

As standard, no remote control or hub is connected to the motor. The end limits are not set. If the motor condition is unknown, perform the following steps.

Note

The motor will jog 2x when receiving any PowerView® command (e.g. Pressing the manual control button on the motor), to confirm no limits are set.

1.1. Network reset

This procedure will erase all network data stored in the motor, including Network ID and Group assignments. It will not clear the end limits. Completing a Network reset will prevent a PowerView® remote or App from operating the window covering until it is reprogrammed.

1.1.1

Press and hold the manual control button on the motor for 12 seconds.

The blind will jog 1x at 6 seconds and a second time at 12 seconds.

1.1.2

Release the manual control button after the second jog.

The Network ID and Group assignments have been cleared.

2. Pairing a remote

A PowerView® remote can control up to 6 individual groups of blinds (buttons 1 to 6 at the top of the remote). The instructions below assign a blind to group 1.

2.1

Locate the manual control button on your blind.

2.2

Press and hold the stop button for 6 seconds.

Keep pressing until the remote lights start blinking.

2.3

Press the group1 button.

IMPORTANT

Watch out to perform steps 2.4 and 2.5 within 3 seconds!

2.4

Press and hold the manual control button.

2.5

Press the open button.

The blind will jog 1x.

2.6

Release the manual control button.

2.7

Press and hold the stop button for 6 seconds.

Keep pressing until the remote lights stop blinking.

The remote will exit programming mode automatically after 20 seconds.

3. End limits calibration.

This procedure will make the blind calibrate its end limits and store the positions into the volatile motor memory. It will not clear the Network ID and Group assignments. Completing an End limits calibration will prevent a PowerView® remote or App from operating the window covering until it the calibration procedure is done.

Note

A motor calibration will send the blind up and down.

3.1

Press the manual control button for approximately 6 seconds.

The blind will jog after 6 seconds.

3.2

Release the manual control button when the blind starts moving.

Depending on the product the shade will start moving up and down several times defining new open and close positions.

3.3

The blind will finish with the bottom rail at the bottom position.

down position

4. Moving / checking the blind.

This instruction will make use of the following buttons on the Remote:

Moving a shade

4.1

Press group 1

Group 1 will light up.

4.2

Press open

The bottom rail will move to the top position.

bottom up

4.3

Press close

The bottom rail will move to the bottom position

bottom down

4.4

Press open

The bottom rail will move to the top position

bottom up

4.5

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