Determining which channel the keyboard is using – Gyration Full-Size Keyboard User Manual

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above) and then press the Teach button on each device before

exiting Learn Mode. However, do not press the Learn button

on the receiver for each device to be added (see “Installing 3

or More Devices” on page 9).

When the receiver is put into Learn Mode, it erases its mem-

ory of previously learned devices and looks for new devices.

Therefore when adding a new device to a system, it is neces-

sary to put the receiver into Learn Mode and then press the

Teach button on all the devices that will be used on the sys-


After the Teach/Learn sequence is performed, the receiver

and device(s) will remain synchronized after powering down

and/or changing channels. It is only necessary to perform the

Teach/Learn sequence when setting a device up for the first

time or when adding additional devices to the system.

Determining Which Channel the Keyboard is


The Full-Size Keyboard has eight individual channels avail-

able to it. To determine which channel a device is currently


1. Press and quickly release the Channel button on the back

of the keyboard.


Count the number of times the green LED light on the

front (or back) of the keyboard flashes. The number of

flashes indicates the channel the keyboard is using.


If the keyboard’s channel is changed when the computer is

powered down or the receiver is not connected, the devices

will become unsynchronized. When the system is running,

click and release the Channel button as described above to

confirm the channel. The keyboard broadcasts a message

across all eight channels that informs the receiver what chan-

nel it is currently operating on. The receiver then automati-

cally restores synchronization.