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Roller blind 24VDC

M25T 24V motor Programming

The M25T 24V tubular motor is suited to be used with EOS® 500 Xcel roller blind hardware (tube Ø31/37mm) from HunterDouglas.

The procedure describes the fastest way to set the end limits and program a favourite position of the M25T tubular motor with electronic limit switches (article 17.0104.0000) for roller blinds with rear- and back-motor winding, both for right and left side installations.

Once set, the end positions are stored in the non-volatile memory of the motor.

rear-motor winding
motor left

rear-motor winding
motor right

front-motor winding
motor left

front-motor winding
motor right

1. Delivery condition

As standard, no limits or a favourite position are set.

IMPORTANT

A factory default motor will jog 1x when no limits are set yet.

1.1. Check equipment

To set the motor end limits and favourite position, following tools and conditions are required:

limit key

intermediate key

handheld programming tool

power socket

1.2. Power up the motor

1.2.1

Put the power adapter of the handheld power tool into a power socket.

1.2.2

Connect the wires of the motor to the connectors of the handheld power tool.

  • white motor wire to WHITE WIRE terminal

  • white/grey motor wire to GREY MARKER terminal

1.2.3

Turn the rotary button on the power tool to OFF position.

2. Setting end limits

IMPORTANT

Always start with setting the open limit (top) limit with a factory default motor.

Note

It is important to have the fabric of the blind tight around the tube.

2.1. Open limit (top)

2.1.1

Locate the motor key hole.

2.1.2

Insert the limit setting key into the key hole.

TOP text is marked to the inside of the blind.

2.1.3

Use the movement buttons on the handheld power tool to determine the desired Open (top) position.

2.1.4

Remove the limit setting key.

The Open (top) limit has been set!

Note

To re-position the Open (top) limit of the blind, repeat step 2.1.2.

2.2. Close limit (bottom)

2.2.1

Insert the limit setting key into the key hole.

BOTTOM text is marked to the inside of the blind.

2.2.2

Use the movement buttons on the handheld power tool to determine the desired Close (bottom) position.

2.2.3

Remove the limit setting key.

The Close limit has been set!

Note

To re-position the bottom limit of the blind, repeat step 2.2.1.

3. Favourite position

IMPORTANT

Always set the end limits first!

3.1. Set a favourite position

3.1.1

Locate the motor key hole.

3.1.2

Insert the intermediate key into thekey hole.

3.1.3

Send the blind to the desired favourite position using the movement buttons on the handheld power tool.

3.1.5

Remove the intermediate key.

The favourite position has been set!

3.2. Remove the favourite position

3.2.1

Send the blind to the favourite position using the movement buttons on the handheld power tool.

3.2.2

Locate the motor key hole.

3.2.3

Insert the intermediate key into thekey hole.

3.2.4

Send the blind to the top (open) position using the movement buttons on the handheld power tool.

3.2.5

Remove the intermediate key.

The favourite position has been removed!

Note

To set a new favourite position, repeat step 3.1 Set a favourite position

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