X10 Wireless Technology IR34A User Manual

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Before learning the second key in the
Macro, you can set a delay (1-10 sec.)
after which the command stored in the
Macro will be sent. For example, your
TV might require a few seconds after
turning it on before it will respond
to a Channel Up/Down command.
(Repeatedly press the Side Key next
to Set Delay or enter the delay directly
with the numeric keys, 0-9.)

Macros - Main Keys, cont.

In this case let’s set a 1 second delay
between commands. Then point your
existing remote at the bottom of the
IR34A remote; press OK when you’re

You then press the second key on your
original remote that you want to add to
the Macro.

When success is displayed you can
continue adding keys to the Macro and
then press Done when you’re fi nished.

Learning Main Keys, cont.

Learning a Macro - Main Keys

Press and hold (in this example) the
Power key on the other remote until the
display shows that the command has been
successfully learned. Note for some types
of keys you might need to hold the key
pressed, but for other types a quick press
is suffi cient. Experiment a bit. If keys you
learn are sent multiple times try learning
them with just a quick press. (See Tips on
Learning on page 25.)

If the screen says Failure, you can press
the key and try again.

You can continue learning more
individual keys by following the
instructions on the screen, and then press
Done when you’re fi nished. Or you can
press Add Key to Macro (see below and
next page).

At this screen you can select Add Key
to a Macro. Instead of learning another
“separate” key, the next key you learn
will be added to a Macro. This Macro
will be activated by the key that you
learned the fi rst command under. E.g.,
you could press Power and learn the
power command from your TV’s remote,
then select Add Key to Macro, and press
the 3 key and learn the channel 3 key
from your TV’s remote. Then the Macro
stored under the Power key will turn
on the TV and change the channel to
number 3.