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PowerView® Roller Blind 230VAC

The PowerView® M40T tubular motor is suited to be used with EOS® 500 Roller Blinds from Hunter Douglas.

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1. Delivery condition

As standard, no remote control or hub is connected to the motor. No limits are set. Motor is default set to roller blind motor type.

IMPORTANT

Factory fresh motors do not have default limits set. Limits must be set to enable normal operation. If operated without limits, the shade could be damaged by rolling over the top or wrapping backwards on the roller.

1.2. 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.

1.2.1

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

1.2.2

Release the manual control button after the second jog.

The Network ID and Group assignments have been cleared. {: admonition

Motor button release top limit rollo

2. Pairing a remote to the blind

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.

This instruction will make use of these buttons on the remote:

Remote add channel 1

Procedure

2.1

Locate the manual control button on your blind.

Motor button indication rollo

2.2

Press and hold the stop button for 4 seconds.

Remote Press stopKeep pressing until the remote lights start blinking

2.3

Press the group1 button.

Remote press button 1

IMPORTANT

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

2.4

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push top rollo

2.5

Press the open button.

Remote press openThe blind will jog 2x

2.6

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release top limit rollo

2.7

The blind will jog 2x to indicate it has joined the group

2.8

Press and hold the stop button for 4 seconds.

The remote will exit programming mode automatically after 20 seconds.

Remote Press stopKeep pressing until the remote lights stop blinking

3. Reversing motor direction

IMPORTANT

Reversing motor direction is only possible with a fresh out of the box motor (no limits set) or when the end limits are reset. Before any limits are programmed, the motor direction has to be checked and reversed if needed.

If the top or bottom Limit is already set, and the motor direction has to be reversed, perform a reset before continuing.

3.1. Deselect all GROUP numbers on the remote

3.1.1

Deselect all Group number on the remote

Remote deselect all GROUPS

IMPORTANT

Watch out to perform steps 3.1.2 and 3.1.3 within 3 seconds!

3.1.2

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push top rollo

3.1.3

Press and release the stop button.

Make sure no group on the remote is selected.

Remote press openThe blind will jog 2x to indicate it has reversed motor direction

3.1.4

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release top limit rollo

Note

If end limits were already set, the motor will not jog, indicating the motor direction did not change.

Note

Verify that all GROUP lights are turned off on the remote, clear both limits, and try again.

3.2. Check and confirm

IMPORTANT

Watch out to perform steps 3.2.1 and 3.2.2 immediately after each other to avoid mechanical damage!

Carefully read them first before executing!

3.2.1

Press the arrow down button to check motor direction.

Remote press arrow down

3.2.2.A

If the blind moves upwards, repeat steps 3.1.1 --> 3.1.3

Motor direction NOT OK!

Motor top limit move up rollo

3.2.2.B

If the blind moves downwards, continue with step 4.1.4

Motor direction OK!

Motor top limit move down rollo

4. Setting end limits

It doesn’t matter if you start with setting the open or the close limit first. In this description we start with the open (top) limit.

Note

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

4.1. Open limit (top)

4.1.1

Use the manual button on the motor to move the blind to the desired top position

Each "press and release" of the button will toggle between Up, Stop and Down.

Move blind to top position

4.1.2

Use the open, stop and close buttons to fine tune the blind to the desired position.

Remote direction buttons

Roller blind top limit red

4.1.3

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 4.1.4 and 4.1.5 within 3 seconds!

4.1.4

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push top red rollo

4.1.5

Press the open button.

Remote open no channelThe blind will jog 2x to acknowledge the limit is set

4.1.6

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release top limit rollo

4.1.7

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

4.1.8

The top limit is set!

Roller blind end limits top

Note

To re-position the top limit of the blind, clear the top limit and repeat step 4.1 Open limit (top)

4.2. Close limit (bottom)

4.2.1

Use the manual button on the motor to move the blind to the desired bottom position

Each "press and release" of the button will toggle between Up, Stop and Down.

Motor button release top limit rollo

4.2.2

Use the open, stop and close buttons to fine tune the blind to the desired position.

Remote direction buttons

Roller blind bottom limit

4.2.3

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 4.2.6 and 4.2.7 within 3 seconds!

4.2.4

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push bottom limit red rollo

4.2.5

Press the close button.

Remote set bottom limitThe blind will jog 2x to acknowledge the bottom limit is set

4.2.6

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release bottom limit rollo

4.2.7

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

4.2.8

The bottom limit is set!

Roller blind bottom limit set

Note

To re-position the bottom limit of the blind, clear the bottom limit and repeat step 4.2. Close limit (bottom)

5. Clearing end limits

5.1 Clear top limit

5.1.1

Deselect all Group number on the remote

Remote deselect all GROUPS

IMPORTANT

Watch out to perform steps 6.1.2 and 6.1.3 within 3 seconds!

5.1.2

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push top rollo

5.1.3

Press the open button.

Remote press openThe blind will jog 2x to indicate the top limit is cleared

5.1.4

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release top limit rollo

5.2 Clear bottom limit

5.2.1

Deselect all Group number on the remote

Remote deselect all GROUPS

IMPORTANT

Watch out to perform steps 6.2.2 and 6.2.3 within 3 seconds!

5.2.2

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push top rollo

5.2.3

Press the close button.

Remote press openThe blind will jog 2x to indicate the bottom limit is cleared

5.2.4

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release top limit rollo

6. Set a favourite position (optional)

Note

After the top and bottom limit are set, the motor will hav one FAVOURITE position, which is set at 50% open by default. Setting a new FAVOURITE position overwrites any previous setting

6.1 Set favourite position

6.1.1

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

Remote direction buttons

6.1.2

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 6.1.3 and 6.1.4 within 3 seconds!

6.1.3

Press and hold the manual control button.

Motor button push top rollo

6.1.4

Press the heart button.

Remote press openThe blind will jog 2x to indicate the favourite position is set

6.1.5

Release the manual control button.

Motor button release top limit rollo

7 Reset to factory default

The factory default reset erases all information stored in a shade motor. The motor is returned to its factory default settings of no network programming, no limits, and the motor direction is reset. The default FAVORITE position will be at 50% after limits are set.

7.1

Press and hold the manual control button on the motor for 18 seconds.

Motor button push top limit rollo jog2xThe blind will jog 1x at 6 seconds 1x at 12 seconds and 1x at 18 seconds

7.2

Release the manual control button after the third jog.

The Network ID, Group assignments and end Limits have been cleared.

Motor button release top limit rollo

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