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PowerView® IRB Roller Blind Reference-guide

Congratulations with the purchase of a Luxaflex® PowerView® Roller blind. This guide helps you get started with your Roller blind powered by an integrated Li-ion battery.

rollerblind detail

1. Delivery condition

1.1. Pebble® or wand remote / Scene controller or Hub are purchased seperately

pebble remote all colorsPebble remote

pebble scene controller all colorsScene controller

hubHub

1.2. End limits factory set

The top limit is set to the maximum roll-up position

roller blind end limits top

The bottom limit is set to the ordered product height

roller blind end limits bottom

2. Special to the Integrated Rechargeable Battery motor

2.1 First Use

When you will first use your motorized blind with integrated battery we advise to always first charge your blind. However when you receive your blind, it is in a so called hibernation status. To wake it up and make it functional you will need to plug in and pull out a USB type C charging connector into the charging port of your blind. from this point the motor will start up and become useable in a few seconds.

IRB motor head explained

1. Manual motor Button

2. USB Type-C Charging port

3. LED status indicator

2.2 Charging

When charging your blind, the blind/motor needs to be in an awake state. To wake up the blind please perform the following:

2.2.1

Insert and extract USB type C charging plug. (like described at 2.1 First use)

wake up

2.2.2

Re-insert the USB -Type C connector to start charging.

charge

2.2.3

The motor LED indicator will start blinking RED, signaling the charging process is activated.

2.2.4

When the LED turns green the integrated battery is fully charged.

2.3 LED behaviour and sequences

constant

LED red

CHARGE at very low voltage level

blinking

LED red

CHARGE (normal)

constant

LED green

Fully Charged

flashing

LED orange

CHARGE not allowed (temperature to high)

Alternately

LED red LED green

CHARGE NTC ERROR (open/short circuit)

3. Getting started

3.1 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 the blind to group 1.

3.1

Locate the manual control button on your blind.

Motor button indication rollo

3.2

Press and hold the stop button for 6 seconds.

Remote Press stopKeep pressing until the remote lights start blinking

3.3

Press the group1 button.

Remote press button 1

IMPORTANT

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

3.4

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push top rollo

3.5

Press the open button.

Remote press openThe blind will jog 1x

3.6

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release top limit rollo

3.7

Press and hold the stop button for 6 seconds.

The remote will exit programming mode automatically after 20 seconds.

Remote Press stopKeep pressing until the remote lights stop blinking

4 Operating the blind

4.1. Selecting a blind

Select 1 blind only

select 1 blind

Select 2 or more blinds

select 2 blinds

Select all blinds

select all blinds

4.2. Open / close a blind

A. Select blind group

select blind group

B. Press open button

press close

C. Press close button

press close

4.3. Move a blind to a favourite position

A. Select blind group

select blind group

B. Press favourite button

press close

5. Set a favourite position

5.1

Select the blind channel

remote channel 1

5.2

Use the open, stop and close buttons to move the blind to the desired favourite position. Use the arrow up and arrow down buttons to fine-tune.

Remote direction buttons

Roller blind favourite

5.3

Press and hold the stop button for 6 seconds.

DO NOT select a group on the remote!

Remote Press stopKeep pressing until the remote lights start blinking

IMPORTANT

Watch out to perform steps 4.4 and 4.5 within 3 seconds!

5.4

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push favourite rollo

5.5

Press the favourite button.

Remote favourite no channelThe blind will jog 1x to acknowledge the favourite position is set

5.6

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release favourite rollo

5.7

The favourite position is set!

Roller blind favourite

6. Adjusting the end limits

6.1. New Top limit

6.1.1

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push top rollo

6.1.2

Press the open button.

Make sure group1 on the remote is selected.

Remote press openThe blind will jog 1x

6.1.3

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release top limit red rolloThe motor LED turns red to acknowledge the motor is in program mode

6.1.4

Use the open, stop and close buttons to move the blind to the new top position. Use the arrow up and arrow down buttons to fine-tune.

Remote direction buttons

Roller blind top limit red

6.1.5

Press and hold the stop button for 6 seconds.

DO NOT select a group on the remote!

Remote Press stopKeep pressing until the remote lights start blinking

IMPORTANT

Watch out to perform steps 5.1.6 and 5.1.7 within 3 seconds!

6.1.6

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push top red rollo

6.1.7

Press the open button.

Remote open no channelThe blind will jog 1x to acknowledge the new limit is set

6.1.8

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release top limit rolloThe motor LED turns off

6.1.9

Press and hold the stop button for 6 seconds.

The remote will exit programming mode automatically after 20 seconds.

Remote stop no channelKeep pressing until the remote lights stop blinking

6.1.10

The new top limit is set!

Roller blind end limits top

6.2. New Bottom limit

6.2.1

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push top rollo

6.2.2

Press the close button.

Make sure group1 on the remote is selected.

Remote press closeThe blind will jog 1x

6.2.3

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release top limit red rolloThe motor LED turns red to acknowledge the motor is in program mode

6.2.4

Use the open, stop and close buttons to move the blind to the new bottom position. Use the arrow up and arrow down buttons to fine-tune.

Remote direction buttons

Roller blind bottom limit

6.2.5

Press and hold the stop button for 6 seconds.

DO NOT select a group on the remote!

Remote Press stopKeep pressing until the remote lights start blinking

IMPORTANT

Watch out to perform steps 5.2.6 and 5.2.7 within 3 seconds!

6.2.6

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push bottom limit red rollo

6.2.7

Press the close button.

Remote set bottom limitThe blind will move to the top limit to acknowledge the new bottom limit is set

6.2.8

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release bottom limit rolloThe motor LED turns off

6.2.9

Press and hold the stop button for 6 seconds.

The remote will exit programming mode automatically after 20 seconds.

Remote stop no channelKeep pressing until the remote lights stop blinking

6.2.10

The new bottom limit is set!

Roller blind bottom limit set

7. Additional actions

7.1. End limits reset (factory default)

This procedure will erase all limits stored in the volatile motor memory. It will not clear the Network ID and Group assignments.

Note

This procedure can be skipped for a fresh out of the box motor.

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.

7.1.1

Remove (battery) power from the motor by inserting the USB-C connector into the motor head.

Remove power

7.1.2

Press and hold the manual control button on the motor.

manual control button

7.1.3

Apply power to the motor by disconnecting the USB-C connector while press and hold the manual control button.

Motor push add power rollothe motor LED turns orange after power is applied

7.1.4

Hold the manual control button until the motor jogs 1x.

Motor button push top limit rollo jog1x

The end limits have been cleared and the motor will re-boot.

7.2. 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.

7.2.1

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

Motor button push top limit rollo jog2xThe blind will jog 1x at 6 seconds and a second time at 12 seconds

7.2.2

Release the manual control button after the second jog.

The Network ID and Group assignments have been cleared.

Motor button release top limit rollo

8. Motor control button LED

The motor control button LED gives an indication of the motor status. The LED can flash RED, ORANGE or GREEN. Below is the overview of all possible combinations.

Sequence

Explanation

After power up

LED orange

Restart / Start up

LED green LED green

Blind type: Roller Blind

LED green LED green LED green LED green

Blind type: Twist® Roller Blind

After reset

LED red LED orange

End limits reset (factory default), see chapter 7.1

LED red LED green LED green

Network reset on manual control button release, see chapter 7.2. Blind type: Roller blind

LED red LED green LED green LED green LED green

Network reset on manual control button release, see chapter 7.2. Blind type: Twist® Roller Blind

Others

LED red LED red LED red LED red LED red

The maximum motor current has been reached. E.g. The blind is stuck at an obstacle.

LED red (Continuous)

Steady red LED. The motor is in program mode.

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