Draper 24v Programming instructions

Installation Instructions
Fascia for Battery and 24 Volt Dual Roller FlexShade by Draper
Caution
1 Inspect all boxes to make sure you have received the proper shades and
parts. Controls may be shipped separately, or in same carton as shades.
2 Open cartons lengthwise.
3 Before connecting switches, controls, or electrical, make sure power is off.
Wiring indicated in diagram by dashed lines must be completed by an
electrician.
4 Do not wire motors in parallel without written permission from Draper.
5 It is the installer’s responsibility to make sure appropriate fasteners are
used for mounting surface.
6 All endcaps, fascia, and other hardware must be installed level. Shades
must be level and square.
7 Please read the following installation guidelines thoroughly and
follow them carefully. Failure to do so may cause product to fall or
otherwise fail, and invalidates warranty.
Mounting Endcaps
1 Snap endcap covers onto endcaps. The proper orientation of Left-Hand,
Right-Hand, Front and Back is molded into endcap covers (see Fig. 1).
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For Battery-Powered Motors:
5 Mount battery wands to wall using provided mounting clips (see Fig. 2).
Be sure to locate the battery wands where they can reach the motor without interfering with shade/roller operation.
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Please Note: If mounting the battery wands vertically, small plastic grips are
provided to slide onto the battery pack and create a snugger fit in the bracket.
6 Place rear shade spring-loaded
pin in idler endcap, depress
spring-loaded pin by pressing the
shade roller toward the endcap
and slip operator end of rear
shade into slots on operator end
endcap (see Fig. 3).
7 Connect battery packs together,
and to motor.
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8 Repeat with front shade.
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2 Mark wall, jamb or ceiling for placement of mounting endcaps.
Caution: Before mounting shades, verify measurements on the card
provided with the shade, and ensure the endcaps are installed at the
correct width.
3 Drill small starter hole (if necessary) in mounting surface.
For 24V Motors:
5 Place rear shade spring-loaded pin in idler endcap.
6 Depress spring-loaded pin by pressing the shade roller toward the endcap.
7 Slip operator end of rear shade into slots on operator end endcap (reference Fig. 3).
8 Repeat with front shade.
Installing Fascia
9 Place groove along top of fascia over endcaps, and snap into place (Fig.4).
NOTE:
The installer is responsible for selecting appropriate
mounting hardware for site conditions.
4 Mount endcaps using appropriate fasteners for surface.
NOTE:
It is essential that endcaps are fastened securely
to the mounting surface and are not able to move
from side to side.
STEP 1
Figure
STEP 2
Clicks into place
Fascia is not fully seated until it clicks into place on both ends. Once in place, check for secure fit. If not secure, secure with
appropriate fastener (not included).
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If you encounter any difficulties installing or servicing your Fascia
for Dual Roller FlexShade System, call your dealer or Draper, Inc.,
Spiceland, Ind., (765) 987-7999 or fax (765) 987-7142.
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Fascia for Battery and 24 Volt Dual Roller FlexShade by Draper
Programming Instructions for Battery Motors
Please Note: The motor has no programming on it so it must be learned
and programmed to work on the transmitter that you have at the job.
Here are the initial programming instructions.
1Connect the battery wand to one motor. Select the transmitter/channel to
which you plan to learn the motor. Press and hold the UP and DOWN
buttons at the same time until the motor jogs, then release.
2Check the motor run direction by pressing either the UP or DOWN buttons.
This is important because if you do step 3 without doing this step, then you
will need to reset the motor. If you need to
reverse the motor direction, then press the
STOP button (middle button which might
be labeled MY) for five seconds until the
motor jogs. Check the direction again to
make sure that it works.
3Move the motor to its upper limit position.
Press the STOP and DOWN buttons at the same time until the motor starts
to move down, then release. You will stop the motor at its lower limit.
You can use the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust the motor to the correct
lower limit position if need be.
4Once the motor is at its lower limit position, then press the UP and STOP
buttons at the same time until the motor starts to move up, then release.
The motor should move to the upper limit position in step 3 and stop.
5Once the motor has stopped at its upper limit position, then press and hold
the STOP button for five seconds until the motor jogs.
6Now, you must put the motor into USER mode. Find the programming
button which is a small button on the back or side of the transmitter and press it until the motor jogs. Once you have done this, then the motor will
operate in normal fashion.
7Disconnect power to this motor and move to the next in your installation
and start with step 1. Reconnect motor to power when all motors are
programmed.
Reset Motor Instructions
If the motor is not working or responding correctly
and you want to reprogram it from the beginning
and clear all previous programming, then follow this.
1Using a paperclip, press and hold the program
button on the motor head for 12 seconds.
This erases all transmitters and limits.
Setting an Intermediate Stop
Once the shade is in USER mode from the initial programming at top.
1Move the motor to the mid-point location that you want the stop located.
2Press and hold the STOP button until the motor jogs.
3Now, if you hit the STOP button when the motor is standing still, it will move
to that intermediate location.
4If you want to delete the stop, then go to the intermediate stop and press
and hold the STOP button until the motor jogs.
Add/Delete a Channel/Transmitter
1Select the channel/transmitter that is currently operating the motor, then
press the programming button until the motor jogs.
2Select the new channel/transmitter that you want to add to the motor, then
press the programming button until the motor jogs.
3The motor should now work on both the old and new channel/transmitter.
To delete a channel/transmitter:
1Select the channel/transmitter that is currently operating the motor and you
want to keep, then press and hold the programming button until the motor
jogs.
2Select the channel/transmitter that you want to remove, then press and
hold the programming button until the motor jogs.
3The motor should now only work on the channel/transmitter on step 1.
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Channel selector
button on
Multi-Channel
Transmitter
Please Note: For instructions with Programmable Timer,
please consult instructions provided with the timer.
Adjust Limits in User Mode
If your initial limits have changed or you want to fine tune a motor, you do
not need to reset the motor and re-program it. You can just change the limits
with these steps.
1Move the motor to the limit (upper or lower) that you want to change.
2Press and hold the UP and DOWN buttons until the motor jogs.
3Move the motor to its new limit location.
4Press and hold the STOP button until the shade jogs.
Programming Instructions for 24V Motors
Please Note: When you receive a radio frequency remote control motor
from Draper, Inc., the motor has no programming on it so it must be
learned and programmed to work on the transmitter that you have at the
job. Here are the initial programming instructions.
1Connect power to one motor. Select the transmitter/channel to which you
plan to learn the motor. Press and hold the UP and DOWN buttons at the
same time until the motor jogs, then release.
2Check the motor run direction by pressing either the UP or DOWN buttons.
This is important because if you do step 3 without doing this step, then you
will need to reset the motor. If you need to reverse the motor direction, then press the
STOP button (middle button which might be
labeled MY) for five seconds until the motor
jogs. Check the direction again to make
sure that it works.
3Move the motor to its upper limit position. Press the STOP and DOWN buttons at the same time until the motor starts
to move down, then release. You will stop the motor at its lower limit.
You can use the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust the motor to the correct
lower limit position if need be.
4Once the motor is at its lower limit position, then press the UP and STOP
buttons at the same time until the motor starts to move up, then release.
The motor should move to the upper limit position in step 3 and stop.
5Once the motor has stopped at its upper limit position, then press and hold
the STOP button for five seconds until the motor jogs.
6Now, you must put the motor into USER mode. Find the programming
button which is a small button on the back or side of the transmitter and
press it until the motor jogs. Once you have done this, then the motor will
operate in normal fashion.
7Disconnect power to this motor and move to the next in your installation
and start with step 1. Reconnect motor to power when all motors are
programmed.
Reset Motor Instructions
If the motor is not working or responding correctly
and you want to reprogram it from the beginning and
clear all previous programming, then follow this step.
1Using a paperclip, press and hold the RED program
button on the motor head for 12 seconds until the
motor jogs 3 times. This has erased all transmitters
and limits.
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Setting an Intermediate Stop
Once the shade is in USER mode from the initial programming at top.
1Move the motor to the mid-point location that you want the stop located.
2Press and hold the STOP button until the motor jogs.
3Now, if you hit the STOP button when the motor is standing still, it will move
to that intermediate location.
4If you want to delete the stop, then go to the intermediate stop and press
and hold the STOP button until the motor jogs.
Add/Delete a Channel/Transmitter
To add a channel/transmitter:
1Select the channel/transmitter that is currently operating the motor, then
press the programming button until the motor jogs.
2Select the new channel/transmitter that you want to add to the motor, then
press the programming button until the motor jogs.
3The motor should now work on both the old and new channel/transmitter.
To delete a channel/transmitter:
1Select the channel/transmitter that is currently operating the motor and
you want to keep, then press and hold the programming button until the
motor jogs.
2Select the channel/transmitter that you want to remove, then press and
hold the programming button until the motor jogs.
3The motor should now only work on the channel/transmitter on step 1.
Channel selector
button on
Multi-Channel
Transmitter
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Adjust Limits in User Mode
If your initial limits have changed or you want to fine tune a motor, you do
not need to reset the motor and re-program it. You can just change the limits
with these steps.
1Move the motor to the limit (upper or lower) that you want to change.
2Press and hold the UP and DOWN buttons until the motor jogs.
3Move the motor to its new limit location.
4Press and hold the STOP button until the shade jogs.
Field Adjustments
Each Draper Solar Control Shade is tested to ensure proper operation.
Even with this testing, some field adjustments may be needed for telescoping.
If the shade is telescoping, place a piece of high quality gaffer tape about 1"
wide on the exposed roller (where the fabric will cover it) on the side that you
want the fabric drawn toward. For example: if the fabric is tracking to the left,
place the tape on the right side.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Window covering products manufactured by Draper, when properly installed, should require no operational maintenance or lubrication.
Most of Draper’s standard fabrics may be cleaned at the window by
vacuuming with a soft brush attachment. They may also be cleaned by using a
sponge or soft cloth and mild solution of warm soapy water. A dishwashing liquid, such as Ivory liquid, is recommended. A clean dry cloth is recommended
for the metal finish. Exceptions are Flocké, Roc-Rol, Vizela, Avila Twilight,
Edessa Twilight and SW7000 fabrics, which must be cleaned with a dry
art sponge.
Please Note: For instructions with Programmable Timer,
please consult instructions provided with the timer.
11
11
/16"
/16"
43/4"
/32"
Overall Width
When measuring
shade height,
remember to
include endcaps
and fascia.
7"
3"
3
Dimensions
3"
111/16"
Slat Bar
Fabric Width =
Overall Width - 15/8"
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