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H + H FSD 36



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    -6- -7- • Radio telephones, microwaves, WLAN connections and fluorescent tube start- ers could cause the radio mains sockets to malfunction. 4. Setting and operation Start off by setting the system code. The system code serves to coordinate the re- mote control and the radio mains sockets. Open the battery compartment cover using a suitable screwdriver. All the DIP switches in the battery compartment are used for setting the system code in the remote con- trol, but only the first 5 DIP switches are used in the radio mains sockets. The DIP switches can be set individually, but en- sure that the first 5 DIP switches in the radio mains sockets are set in the same position as in the remote control. Example of system code setting: 1 2 3 4 5 DIP switches in remote control 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DIP switches in the radio mains sockets Thereafter set the desired program code in your radio mains sockets, using coding switches 6 to 10. The program code deter- mines which key of the remote control is allocated to which radio mains socket. For the allocations, please refer to the follow- ing table. Program-Code DIP switch no. (key of the remote) 6 7 8 9 10 A ON OFF OFF OFF OFF B OFF ON OFF OFF OFF C OFF OFF ON OFF OFF D OFF OFF OFF ON OFF E OFF OFF OFF OFF ON Attention! From DIP switch 6, only one switch may be set to the ON position, the remote cannot switch if two or more switch- es are set to ON. Finally screw back the covers of the radio mains sockets. After you have coordinated the receiv- ers and the transmitter, you may plug your devices into the radio mains sockets. The LEDs light up when the radio mains sockets are switched by the transmitter. 5. Battery change Open the battery compartment of the trans- mitter and carefully remove the battery from the seat. Replace the old battery with a new one and close the cover again. 6. Tips and tricks in case of failure If the radio mains sockets do not react to the transmitter, this could be caused by the following: • the remote control battery is flat, • the radio mains sockets are too close to each other (maintain at least 0.5 metre distance), • the remote control is too close to the radio mains sockets, • the remote control is too far from the radio mains sockets, • the DIP switch settings of the remote and the radio mains socket do not agree, • the DIP switch settings for the program code do not agree. The range of the remote control is very de- pendent on the spatial circumstances. This is 25 metres under ideal conditions. 7. Notes on Disposal Old units, marked with the symbol as illustrated, may not be disposed of in the household rubbish. Used .....
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