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1 Made to Measure Window Furnishings Innovative Solutions to Add Value for your Customer Sales Product Training Module 10.8 Motorised Blinds Revision A

2 Sales Product Training Contents for Module 10.8 Motorised Blinds 1. Overview LOGICmax Operation & Advantages Technical Specifications 2. Motor Operating Systems Options RTS Remote Home Automation Important Information 3. Product Information 4. Installation & Child Safety Guidelines 5. Programming 6. Common Problems, Causes & Solutions 7. Summary 8. Knowledge & Learning Assessment Test

3 Sales Product Training Contents for Module 10.8 Motorised Blinds 1. Overview LOGICmax Operation & Advantages Technical Specifications 2. Motor Operating Systems Options RTS Remote Home Automation Important Information 3. Product Information 4. Installation & Child Safety Guidelines 5. Programming 6. Common Problems, Causes & Solutions 7. Summary 8. Knowledge & Learning Assessment Test

4 Roller Blinds Overview Operation & Advantages LOGICmax motor FITS 45mm Min. dia. tube & will LIFT 8m 2 of blinds Fast & easy to program with stepping adjustment for easier leveling A cord-free solution where child safety is paramount Quiet operation, emitting less noise than almost all other similar motors Motorisation increases Lifting mechanism life as it is not exposed to daily incorrect use Fabric life as it is not exposed to daily incorrect handling Energy efficiency if Home Automation used to program automatic closing of blinds during hot sunny times of day Home Security if Home Automation used to randomly program opening & closing of blinds when customer is away on holidays The LOGICmax motor can be wired for either of the following operating systems; R.T.S. Remote - Radio Transmitted Signal = RTS Remote Home Automation - Microprocessor Computer Controlled

5 Motors are a Cost Effective & Add Value to a Solution At around $290 a Motor for a Blind it will provide ease of operation, increased security, energy efficiency & comfort to a home. 10% of industry blind sales are typically motorised & this segment of the market is growing. Motorised blinds offer a superior solution by removing unsightly chains for blinds over wide sliding doors and are a child safe solution. Add value to your offer & differentiation with motorised blinds. As a introductory promotion for August & September 2011 we will be offering a LOGICmax motor & single remote for a retail price of $150 including GST

6 Internal Blinds Motorisation LOGICmax Motor Technical Specifications o Australian Designed & Patented Motor CE Approved o o o o - 5 year warranty on motor parts & 2 year warranty on remote transmitter Electrical Specifications Volt x 0.6 Amps x 50 Hz - Total Power = 144Watts - 4 minutes maximum running time with thermal cut off Motor Dimensions - Motor is 35mm Outside Diameter x 585mm long to suit a 45mm tube - Motor head thickness is 11mm - Motor weight is 1.5Kgs Blind Lifting Capacity - Approximately 28kilograms of lifting power will lift up to 8 sq. metres of linked blinds - Output speed = 28 RPM - Maximum Torque = 6Nm Motor Modes of Operation MHz Radio Controlled - 5 volt Home Automation hardwired dry contact switch input - Simultaneous Radio and Home Automation - without extra hardware interface boxes - Electronic Limits set by remote Remote Transmitter - 1 or up to11 Channel Remote with an indoors transmitting range up to 30metres - Battery life is approximately 2 years if the handset is only used a few times per day.

7 Sales Product Training Contents for Module 10.8 Motorised Blinds 1. Overview LOGICmax Operation & Advantages Technical Specifications 2. Motor Operating Systems Options RTS Remote Home Automation Important Information 3. Product Information 4. Installation & Child Safety Guidelines 5. Programming 6. Common Problems, Causes & Solutions 7. Summary 8. Knowledge & Learning Assessment Test

8 Motor Operating Systems Remote Control Operation by Radio Transmitted Signal (R.T.S.) The MULTI CHANNEL Remote Control Handset features 5 control buttons; UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT & STOP. The Up & DOWN buttons control the blind s vertical movement. The LEFT & RIGHT buttons are for channel selection or settings. The RIGHT button is for channel selection of channels 1 to 6, & the LEFT button is for channels 7 to 11. One handset is capable of numerous operations. It can; Operate up to 11 motors individually; one on each channel Operate up to 10 motors individually on channels 1 to 10. Channel 11 can be programmed to operate all 10 motors as a group together. Operate up to 11 GROUPS of motors; each group is operated independently of each other. Each group can contain any number of motors & all motors within the group operate simultaneously. Each motor can be programmed onto 24 different channels. The last transmitted channel will be retained by the handset for the next transmission. Remote Transmitter with Wall Holder

9 Motor Operating Systems Home Automation Operation A Home Automation Systems(HAS) is a microprocessor controlled operating system that is programmed to allow you to operate various electrical appliances in your home from one master controller. e.g. Burglar alarms, lighting, entertainment, garden watering & air conditioning systems, blinds, curtains & awnings The use of an iphone, ipad or other portable device as a master controller is becoming popular so the HAS can be operated away from the home when people are away. In addition to 240 volt power cables,separate special 5 volt, low voltage, twisted pair cabling is required, and in most cases the HAS wiring is installed at the time a new house is built. Wireless systems are also available. Logicmax motors have a separate HAS cable port & optional data cable 240V Cable Well known manufacturers of HAS are; C-Bus Dynalite Crestron X10 & A 10 (Wireless system - tends to be D.I.Y. so please ensure the customer understands what he has to do)

10 Motor Operating Systems Home Automation Operation Key Installation Issues Home Automation is usually installed by two (2) separate companies An electrician to run & connect the wires A 3 rd party programmer to write the software, test & commission (CHECK) The customer needs to be made aware that they are responsible for checking the wires are connected correctly, interlocking relays are installed (to prevent the blind motor being accidentally programmed to operate up & down at the same time) & software is correct any damaged to blinds or motors as a result of Home Automation malfunctions will Void Warranty. On installation our installer will test the operation of each blind & check the top & bottom limits are set correctly using a test lead connected into the Molex connector & an RTS transmitter Strongly recommend a letter be sent to the customer advising of precautions to be taken using Home Automation & special Warranty conditions. In most cases it is simpler to keep the motorised blinds separate to the Home Automation system & just use a Multi Channel Transmitter with Group Control programming functions.

11 Important Information Electrical safety ELECTRICAL SAFETY It is important for the safety of persons to follow these instructions, as incorrect installation can lead to severe injury. Keep these instructions for future reference. Electrical work must be installed by a licensed electrician in compliance with current safety regulations and these instructions Before installing the system, remove any unnecessary cords and disable any equipment not needed for powered operation. The motor must not be subject to crushing, impact, dropping or contact with any kind of liquid. Do not puncture or penetrate any part of the motor housing. The motor has been designed for the automation of Roman & roller blinds in residential and commercial environments; any other use is considered improper and is not recommended. The supply cable attached to the system can not be replaced. If the cable is damaged, the appliance must be returned to after sales department in order to avoid danger. Before carrying out any form of maintenance, switch off the power to the motor. Use only approved accessories, such as power leads, brackets and transmitters. Examine the installation at regular intervals. Do not use the installation until any faults have been rectified and adjustments made. Do not allow children to play with any controls. Keep remote controls away

12 Important Information Electrical Isolation Switches ELECTRICAL ISOLATION SWITCHES Isolation switches allow you to isolate the power to each motor Isolation switches are highly recommended to have installed Speak to your electrician regarding the isolation switches prior to wiring.

13 Important Information Home Automation Control Systems HOME AUTOMATION CONTROL SYSTEMS Only switch operated motors should be supplied if the customer is going to operate their roller blind through a home automation system, e.g. C-Bus. Customers using to home automation systems must be advised not to connect internal blind or awning motors without the protection of interlocking relays. At the time of any sale it is recommended that a letter be issued to the customer containing the information on the following page;

14 Important Information Draft Letter for Customers Using Home Automation Dear xxxxxxx RE: Connection of Motors to the Home Automation System Thank you for choosing Our Company to supply Motorized Blinds or your new home The specification for the Blinds at the above address is that they be connected to the Home Automation System. The purpose of this letter is to outline the requirements for connecting any motors used in the Blinds to the Home Automation System. Whilst it is physically possible to wire motors directly into Home Automation System this should not be done. We recommend that motor manufacturer s controllers designed specifically to allow control of Motors by a Home Automation System be installed. These controls ensure that the motor is correctly switched and give the following functionalities: No possibility of an Up and a Down power feed at the same time. An Up and a Down power feed simultaneously will lead to failure of the motor. Correct Operation of the Limit Switch of the Motor. This ensures the motor only runs to preset positions. Failure of a limit can lead to damage to the Blind/Awning. Time out function. After three minutes the power supply to the motor is automatically cut. This increases the lifespan of the motor whilst still allowing enough time for the blind/awning to run through its full drop/extension. Parallel Wiring: Under no circumstances must motors be wired in parallel i.e., more than one motor connected to a relay. Should the building specification require that motors be switched off one relay in a group operation then a motor manufacturers Motor Group Controller must be used. Motors wired in parallel will lead to failure of the motor and possible damage to the Blind/Awning and is not covered under warranty. To ensure many years of trouble free operation of your motors Our Company requests that your Home Automation System Electrician / Integrator use proprietary controllers in your new home Our Company would also like to take this opportunity to request that you acknowledge receipt of this letter and attached technical information supplied to Our Company by the motor manufacturer and that this technical information will be forwarded to the Home Automation System Integrator and Electrician. Should the Home Automation System Integrator and Electrician choose not to use the recommended motor manufacturer s controllers Our Company takes no responsibility for the operation of, or any subsequent failure or damage to either, the motors or the Blinds that are controlled through the Home Automation System. Should you require any further information on any of the above please do not hesitate to contact us. Best Regards, Xxxxxx xxxxxx I acknowledge that I have received this letter and attached technical information and fully understand and accept the information contained herein... CUSTOMER NAME DATE

15 Sales Product Training Contents for Module 10.8 Motorised Blinds 1. Overview LOGICmax Operation & Advantages Technical Specifications 2. Motor Operating Systems Options RTS Remote Home Automation Important Information 3. Product Information 4. Installation & Child Safety Guidelines 5. Programming 6. Common Problems, Causes & Solutions 7. Summary 8. Knowledge & Learning Assessment Test

16 Product Information Component Information Roller Blinds 45mm Motor Tube Adaptors (Crown & Wheel) Dependant Linked Blinds Double Linked Bracket Blinds Roman Blinds Molex Connectors RTS Transmitters 1 channel & 11 channel

17 Product Information 45mm Diameter Tube Adaptors - Crown & Wheel Bracket & Adaptor Plate 45mm Dia. Tube Crown Wheel 45mm Dia. Tube

18 Control System Options Dependent Linked Blinds Control system where up to 3 Blinds are linked together & operated together by 1 motor Maximum blind area that may be linked together is 8 sq. metres.

19 Control System Options Double Brackets - 2 Blinds installed on one set of brackets Control system where 2 Blinds, using 45mm diameter tube, are installed on one set of 38mm tube brackets 1. Viewscreen blind for the daytime 2. Block out blind for night time privacy fit closest to the window for smaller light gaps Suited for installation in deeper reveals For shallow reveals consider single brackets. Reveal fit block out blind Face fit sunscreen blind 45mm tube adaptors available to fit 38mm brackets. Double linked blinds may also be motorized, using 45mm diameter tube

20 Control Systems Options Motorised Roman Blinds Motorisation System is practically the same concept as a motorised Roller Blind. A motor is fitted inside a 45mm dia. tube system & attached to a 70mm headboard using 45mm Roller Blind brackets. The blind is lifted from the cord that winds itself around the 45mm system as it is raised and lowered; just like fabric would on a Roller Blind. Retrousse & Façade Roman blinds may be motorised Motor is supplied fitted with a Molex connector. A separate Molex Tail is supplied to the client for their electrician to install ready for the blind Maximum motorised blind area is 6sq.mtrs

21 Motorised R.T.S. Roller Blind Electrical Installation Molex Connector Motorised roller blinds are supplied fitted with a motor cable. End of motor cable is supplied fitted with a Molex plug. Molex plugs are suitable for internal use only. Molex Connector Tail Molex Connector Tail & Motor Cable after connection A separate loose cable fitted with a Molex plug is supplied and after installation of the roller blind this can be connected to the motor plug This loose cable is supplied separate to the blinds & MUST ONLY BE CONNECTED to the HOUSE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM by a LICENSED ELECTRICIAN.

22 Motorised Roller Blinds Recommended Molex Cable Safety Cover Molex cover be fitted as part of the installation All cables as supplied with safety label which must not be removed

23 Control System Options RTS Transmitters Single Channel Transmitter Multi (11) Channel Transmitter

24 Sales Product Training Contents for Module 10.8 Motorised Blinds 1. Overview LOGICmax Operation & Advantages Technical Specifications 2. Motor Operating Systems Options RTS Remote Home Automation Important Information 3. Product Information 4. Installation & Child Safety Guidelines 5. Programming 6. Common Problems, Causes & Solutions 7. Summary 8. Knowledge & Learning Assessment Test

25 Motorisation Installation Guidelines 240Volt Wiring It is important for the safety of persons to follow these instructions, as incorrect installation can lead to severe injury. Before installing the system, remove any unnecessary cords & disable any equipment not needed for powered operation Electrical work must be installed by a licensed electrician in compliance with current safety regulations & these instructions The motor must not be subject to crushing, impact, dropping or contact with any kind of liquid. Do not puncture or penetrate any part of the motor housing The motor has been designed for the automation of roller blinds & Roman blinds in residential & commercial environment: any other use is considered improper & not recommended The supply cable attached to the motor cannot be replaced. If the cable is damaged, the appliance must be replaced Loading weight & operating time must be compatible with the system specifications Before carrying out any form of maintenance, switch off the power to the motor Only use approved accessories, such as power leads, brackets & transmitters Examine the installation at regular intervals. Do not use the installation until any faults have been rectified & adjustments made Do not allow children to play with any remote controls. Keep remote controls away from children.

26 Motorisation Installation Guidelines Home Automation Wiring CBus and Low Voltage Wall Switch Connection If desired, a LOW VOLTAGE wall switch can be connected to the low voltage wired control socket. For a CBus wall switch connection refer to figure 2 Also a CBus relay can be connected to the low voltage socket for home automation However it is not usually necessary to use or connect to the socket if the remote control hand transmitter is used.

27 Motorisation Installation Guidelines - Motorised Blinds Cable Entry 80mm Molex Connector Tail & Safety Cover 150mm long motor lead with Molex connector Drill 35mm dia. To positioned Molex connection & cover above ceiling off set to the window corner of the architrave to cable is well clear of the blind fabric

28 Child Safety - Corded Internal Window Coverings Trade Practices Regulations 2010 Important for Safe Installation & Operation In the sales process inform each customer of December 2010 ACCC National Safety Standards & our requirement to fit safety labels and for our installer to fit safety cleats. We PROVIDE a warning label on the chain or cord to highlight the risk of strangulation to children. X a Sales consultant should recommend to keep cots and furniture away from window coverings, cords/chains, to install & use safety devices that remove the cord loop or reduce access to cords Motorised blinds are child safe as there are no chains. It is not necessary to drill holes to screw safety cleats onto the window frame or wall.

29 Sales Product Training Contents for Module 10.8 Motorised Blinds 1. Overview LOGICmax Operation & Advantages Technical Specifications 2. Motor Operating Systems Options RTS Remote Home Automation Important Information 3. Product Information 4. Installation & Child Safety Guidelines 5. Programming 6. Common Problems, Causes & Solutions 7. Summary 8. Knowledge & Learning Assessment Test

30 Motorisation Programming Overview Easy programming methodology with the option to reassign channels without the need to reset limits Full electronic limit setting. Can reset limits without the need to access the motor Individual or group motor control with up to 11 channels remote Group and channel control can be deleted and modified without deleting limit settings. Micro-Stepping adjustment of approx 1-2mm increments ensures quick and easy levelling for perfect alignment of bottom bars at the top and bottom positions CBus / hard wired ready. Can be used simultaneously with Radio Remote control & CBus without added hardware interface boxes. The factory will set the limit 5-10mm shorter than the drop so blind stops before hitting sill or floor.

31 Blind D Blind C Blind D Blind C Motorisation Programming Options Single Remote Programming Example 1. If you use a Single Remote all 4 blinds will operate at the same time. Multi Remote Programming Example 1. If you use a Multi Remote you are able to set UP TO 11 motorised blinds to operate individually, using separate channels. 2. Using a separate (unused) channel to Group all 4 blinds to operate at the same time. Blind A Blind B (Ch 1) Blind A Blind B (Ch 2) One Channel Receiver (Ch 4) (Ch 5) (Ch 3) Group Control Group Control

32 Programming Options Multi Channel Remote to Individually Control 3 Windows INDIVIDUAL CONTROL Channel 1 left hand window Channel 2 centre window Channel 3 right hand window GROUP CONTROL Channel 4 All 3 widows together

33 NOTE Programming Options Enabling & Disabling of Channels ` USING THE REMOTE CONTROLS There are 2 types of Logicmax standard remote controls, ie single channel & 11 channel. The 11 channel remote is shipped with channels 1 to 6 only being visible & selectable, while channels 7 to 11 must be enabled to become visible. To select any of channels 7 to 11, or to de-select any of channels 1 to 6, follow the instructions below. R1 Depress briefly the button inside the back of the remote by using a paper clip or similar. All channels on the remote control are now selectable & can be toggled, ie visible channels can be made invisible, while invisible channels can be made visible. R2 Press the LEFT or RIGHT button on front of the remote control to select the channel you wish to toggle OR R3 R4 Press the STOP button on front of the remote to make the toggle selection. Follow same procedure to enable or disable any other channels on the remote control unit.

34 NOTE Programming Options Allocating ( Pairing ) a Remote Channel to a Motor PROGRAMMING MODE: ALLOCATING A REMOTE CONTROL CHANNEL TO A MOTOR ("PAIRING") This same process can also be used to pair a new remote control to the motor or to pair additional channels from a previously paired remote control. Note that when setting up GROUP control, ie several motors operating on a single channel, you simply pair the motor to the desired number of channels on the required remote control. A1 Switch of power supply to motor, then switch back on. WITHIN 30 SECONDS, continue to step A2. Motor will jog down/up briefly & emit a beep. Note: if no buttons are pressed for 30 seconds or more, then the system will automatically exit programming mode. If power cannot easily be switched off then on again, refer to section "ONE2ONE OPERATION" below A2 For multi-channel remote only: use LEFT and RIGHT buttons to choose a channel number OR A3 Press STOP while chnnel indicator is still glowing red!note A4 For multi-channel remote only: if you want other channels to be used to operate this motor, repeat steps A2 and A3. Otherwise, go to step A5 A5 Press UP / DOWN SIMULTANEOUSLY to confirm that channel allocation (pairing) is complete. Motor will "jog" and emit beeps. SIMULTANEOUS NOTE: if you try to ass a channel that is already in use, the motor will emit 5 beeps. In that case, go back to step 1 and choose a different channel number At this point, check motor direction by pressing UP or DOWN. The blind will move as long as you keep the button pressed. Be careful not to run the blind too high or too low to avoid damage. If the diection of rotation is incorrect, go to "Changing Motor Rotation Direction" first before setting the limits IF REQUIRED - TO MAKE MOTOR RESPOND TO MORE CHANNELS OR MULTIPLE REMOTES AT A LATER STAGE, REPEAT STEPS ABOVE

35 Programming Options Changing Motor Rotation Direction PROGRAMMING MODE: CHANGING MOTOR ROTATION DIRECTION (IF REQUIRED ONLY)!! IMPORTANT: This operation can be done at any time but NOT within the first 30 seconds after connecting power power to the motor, unless you exit the Channel Pairing Mode by simultaneously pressing UP and DOWN buttons. CAUTION: If you change motor direction on a motor which already has limit settings programmed, the limit settings will be lost. In that case, re-program limit settings CD1 Hold LEFT button for 3 seconds or more. Blind will "jog" down-up briefly 3 Seconds CD2 Press UP / DOWN buttons SIMULTANEOUSLY. Motor will "jog" down-up briefly to confirm direction has changed SIMULTANEOUS

36 BOTTOM LIMIT INTERMEDIATE LIMIT UPPER LIMIT Programming - Setting Limits for First Installation PROGRAMMING MODE: SETTING UPPER, INTERMEDIATE AND LOWER LIMITS for FIRST INSTALLATION! IMPORTANT: Read instructions below before you start. If there is no activity for seconds, the motor will automatically EXIT programming mode (in case you hear 5 rapid beeps, combined with a motor jog). If this happens, just start again from step L1 below. L1 L2 L3 Using the LEFT OR RIGHT buttons on the remote, select a channel that was allocated for this motor. Push STOP BRIEFLY to make final selection Using a paper clip or simalar, push the setting button on the back of the remote for 3 seconds or longer (until the blind "jogs" down/up) OR L4 L5 Press UP / DOWN to bring the blind to approximate desired UPPER position Push STOP BRIEFLY NOTE: The motor is now in micro-stepping mode. Pushing Up or DOWN again will allow you to make small limit adjustments L6 L7 Fine tune the position using UP and DOWN Press and hold the LEFT button for approximately 3 seconds - this will confirm the chosen upper limit position (motor jogs and beeps) 3 Seconds NOTE: IF YOU DO NOT NEED AN INTERMEDIATE POSITION, SKIP STEPS L8 - L11 AND GO TO STEP L12 L8 Press DOWN to bring blind to approximate desired INTERMEDIATE position L9 Push STOP BRIEFLY NOTE: The motor is now in micro-stepping mode. Pushing Up or DOWN again will allow you to make small limit adjustments L10 L11 Fine tune the position using UP and DOWN Press & hold STOP button for approximately 3 seconds - this will confirm the chosen position 3 Seconds L12 Press DOWN to bring blind to approximate desired BOTTOM position L13 Push STOP briefly NOTE: The motor is now in micro-stepping mode. Pushing Up or DOWN again will allow you to make small limit adjustments L14 L15 Fine tune the position using UP and DOWN Press and hold the RIGHT button for approximately 3 seconds - this will confirm the chosen position 3 Seconds MOTORISED BLIND IS NOW READY FOR NORMAL USE

37 NOTE Programming Options Adjusting Individual Limit Positions PROGRAMMING MODE: ADJUSTING INDIVIDUAL LIMIT POSITIONS (for motor which already has programmed limits) If you do NOT have Logicmax "one2one" system programming key, you must power-down all motors on he same channel, except the one you want to adjust! If you DO have a key, refer the one2one" instructions on separate sheet AL1 AL2 AL3 AL4 AL5 AL6 Send motor to the limit position which you want to adjust. There is NO need to disconnect/reconnect power. Press setting button inside the small round hole on the back of the hand held remote control for 3 seconds. Use a paper clip or simalar. (motor will jog and emit 3 beeps) Using UP or DOWN, send the motor to the new approximate position. Press STOP briefly. Motor is now in micro-stepping mode. To make fine adjusstments to position: press UP or DOWN (micro-stepping 1-2mm adjustments). Depending on which position you are planning to adjust (upper, lower, intermediate) press and hold the following button for approximately 3 seconds: LEFT if upper position - OR - RIGHT if adjussting lower limit - OR - STOP if adjusting the intermediate position. (Note: this is simalar to executing steps L7 or L11 or L15). Press UP and DOWN buttons simultaneously. Motor will emit a long beep and peform a "jog" to confirm the limit adjustment has been confirmed. OR 3sec OR 3 sec OR 3 sec SIMULTANEOUS

38 Programming Options Restoring Factory Modes RESTORING FACTORY MODE (DELETING OF CHANNELS OR LIMIT SETTINGS) CAUTION: If you use this function you will need to follow set-up instructions from start, as above Switch-off the power to the motor, then switch it back on and, WITHIN 30 SECONDS, choose one of 3 options below. OPTION A: DELETING LIMIT SETTINGS ONLY DL1 DL2 DL3 Use LEFT and RIGHT buttons, to pick a channel that was allocated for the motor. Do NOT push STOP, and while channel indicator is still glowing red, go to step 2 Hold the LEFT button for 3 seconds or more. Motor jogs and beeps. Press the DOWN button. Blind will "jog" to confirm setting is deleted. 3 seconds OPTION B: DELETING CHANNEL SETTINGS ONLY DC1 DC2 DC3 Use LEFT and RIGHT buttons, to pick a channel that was allocated for the motor. Do NOT push STOP, and while channel indicator is still glowing red, go to step 2 Hold the LEFT button for 3 seconds or more. Motor jogs and beeps. Press the UP button. Blind will "jog" to confirm setting is deleted. 3 seconds OPTION C: DELETING CHANNEL AND LIMIT SETTINGS DCL1 DCL2 DCL3 Use LEFT and RIGHT buttons, to pick a channel that was allocated for the motor. Do NOT push STOP, and while channel indicator is still glowing red, go to step 2 Hold the LEFT button for 3 seconds or more. Motor jogs and beeps. Press the STOP button. Blind will "jog" to confirm setting is deleted. 3 seconds

39 Programming Options one2one Programming Key USING THE LOGICMAX "one2one" PROGRAMMING KEY The LOGICMAX patent pending "one2one" system, is a unique time saving technology, which allows installers and programmers or reprogram individual RF controlled motors without the need to power-down the motor being programmed, or any other motors in the building. It uses a specially designed access key, available to installers and programmers, which provides two seperate functions. - First, insertion of the key, simulates turning the power to the motor OFF then ON again. This allows access to all the normal functions available after power up of the motor as explained on Pages 1 & 2 above. - Second, the remote can be entered into a special UNIVERSAL PROGRAMMING CHANNEL (UPC), which enables a unique programming channel available with single channel remote controls. NOTE: one2one keys are available on request! Once you enter the special "one2one" UPC as below, you can perform all the normal programming functions on the motor. Once motors in the room will not respond to the programming commands as they cannot hear the UPC without the one2one key being inserted. When you exit the "one2one" mode, all motors that are linked to your remote control will be back in normal operating mode. During one2one operation, please check that you are staying on the "one2one" programming channel which is indicated by the fact that BOTH channel indicators 2+5 are lit. If you accidentally move away from this channel, use LEFT or RIGHT buttons to return to 2+5

40 NOTE Programming Options - one2one Programming ENTERING "ONE2ONE" PROGRAMMING MODE o2o-1 Insert the LOGICMAX "one2one" progrmming key into the dry contact digital switching connector on the motor. Be careful not to force the key, which may damage the contacts inside the connector. Note: appearance of key may vary from picture shown on the right. The motor should emit one long beep. Once you enter the special "one2one" UPC as below, you can perform all the normal programming functions on the motor. Other motors in the room will not respond to the programming commands as they canot hear the UPCwithout the one2one key being inserted.when you exit the "one2one" mode, all motors that are linked to your remote control will be back in normal operating mode. o2o o2o-4 BRIEFLY press button inside the small round hole on the back of the hand held remote control. Use a paper clip or similar. Simultaneously press UP and DOWN - you will see both the channel 2 and channel 5 indicator lights come on simultaaneously on the screen of the remote control. Press STOP while channel indicators are still glowing red. SIMULTANEOUS Press Briefly! o2o-5 Simultaneously press UP and DOWN again - the motor will "jog" to confirm it is in "one2one" programming mode. SIMULTANEOUS AT THIS POINT THE REMOTE IS NOW COMMUNICATING EXCLUSIVELY WITH THE MOTOR WITH THE KEY INSERTED. ALL NORMAL PROGRAMMING FUNCTIONS CAN BE PERFORMED, BUT WITHOUT HAVING TO REMOVE POWER TO THIS OR ANY OTHER MOTOR. ADDING CHANNELS OR REMOTES: You can now execute programming steps A2 - A5 (but without step A1) SETTING LIMITS: You can now execute programming steps L2 - L15 (but without step L1 ADJUSTING INDIVIDDUAL LIMITS - ENSURE BLIND IS IN POSITION TO BE ADJUSTED FIRST: You can now execute any of the steps L4 to L7, L8 to L11 or L12 to L15 as required. DELETING CHANNELS: You can now execute steps DC2 - DC3 (but without step DC1) DELETING LIMIT SETTING: You can now execute steps DL2 - DL3 (but without steps DL1) DELETING CHANNELS and LIMITS: You can now execute steps DCL2 - DCL3 (but without step DCL1) REVERSING MOTOR DIRECTION: You can now exectute steps CD1 - CD2 (CAUTION: REVERSING DIRECTION ALSO DELETES LIMITS!) See programming steps as referred See programming steps as referred See programming steps as referred See programming steps as referred See programming steps as referred See programming steps as referred See programming steps as referred TO EXIT "ONE2ONE' MODE: REMOVE THE KEY - WAIT 45 SECONDS - MOTOR IS BACK IN NORMAL MODE. On the REMOTE: ensure you are on the channels (use LEFT or RIGHT button until both lamps light up), then push hidden button on back, then press UP + DOWN simultaneously, and finally press STOP to de-activate the "one2one" mode on the remote.

41 Sales Product Training Contents for Module 10.8 Motorised Blinds 1. Overview LOGICmax Operation & Advantages Technical Specifications 2. Motor Operating Systems Options RTS Remote Home Automation Important Information 3. Product Information 4. Installation & Child Safety Guidelines 5. Programming 6. Common Problems, Causes & Solutions 7. Summary 8. Knowledge & Learning Assessment Test

42 Common Problems, Causes & Solutions Problem Possible Cause Possible Solution One of two (2) blinds 1,900mm wide x 2,200mm drop installed with 1 motor does not work Motors wired up to a CBus system are not working. Total blind area is 8.36sq. metres exceeds maximum lift specification area of 8 sq. metres & connecting link may be snapped Possible programming malfunction, may have resulted in UP & DOWN electrical signals at the same time, resulting in the motor being burnt out. Install separate motors for each blind Customer CBus electrical contractor should install interlocking shutter relays. Motor damage not covered by warranty & new motors will be required

43 Sales Product Training Contents for Module 10.8 Motorised Blinds 1. Overview LOGICmax Operation & Advantages Technical Specifications 2. Motor Operating Systems Options RTS Remote Home Automation Important Information 3. Product Information 4. Installation & Child Safety Guidelines 5. Programming 6. Common Problems, Causes & Solutions 7. Summary 8. Knowledge & Learning Assessment Test

44 Roller Blinds Review of This Modules Key Issues Innovative Solutions to Add Value for your Customer High Quality LOGICmax motor with a 5 year warranty 10% + of the blind market is motorized & growing at +10% per year. LOGICmax motor is very competitively priced to help us add value & grow our share of this market Unique motor that may be wired for R.T.S. & Home Automation Systems Wide range of 45mm diameter tube operating systems that can be motorized Roller Blinds Dependant Linked systems child safe solution as loose chains eliminated over sliding doors Dual brackets Roman Blinds Installation Guidelines - where to drill holes for cable & wiring guidelines Programming options easy to program & has unique one2one programming feature Child safe solution not necessary to drill holes to screw safety cleats onto the window frame or wall. Common problems

45 Sales Product Training Contents for Module 10.8 Motorised Blinds 1. Overview LOGICmax Operation & Advantages Technical Specifications 2. Motor Operating Systems Options RTS Remote Home Automation Important Information 3. Product Information 4. Installation & Child Safety Guidelines 5. Programming 6. Common Problems, Causes & Solutions 7. Summary 8. Knowledge & Learning Assessment Test

46 Knowledge & Learning Assessment Test Certificate of Achievement