Velux KMX 200 Specifications

Velux KMX 200 Specifications
GGL/GGU INTEGRA®
GGL/GGU Solar
CVP
KMX 100 / KMX 200 / KSX 100 / KLR 100
Directions for use
ENGLISH
VAS 452641-2010-02
Contents
Congratulations on your new VELUX product
In order to make the best use of your product please read these instructions on
operation and maintenance.
Important information
4-5
Getting started
Initial set-up
Remote control functions
6-7
8-9
Operation
Locating and operating a product
- One window
- More than one window
Closing the window automatically
Disabling rain sensor
Choosing setting positions
Choosing luminous intensity
Menu functions
Menu guide
Navigating through the menus
Time and date
Changing language
Room, Group and Zone
- Creating a Room
- Editing a Room
- Creating a Group
Naming Favourite settings
Rearranging order
Programs
- My program
- Shortcut P1/P2
- Energy Balance
- Standard setting
- Customised setting
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10-12
10
11-12
13
14-15
16
17
18
19
20-21
22
23
24-25
26-27
28-29
30-31
32-33
34-35
37-59
38-43
44-51
52-59
54-55
56-59
Lighting
- Light colour
- Dimmer speed
Display
- Display light
- Sleep mode
Keypad lock
Access code
Software version
Clearing remote control settings
60-63
60-61
62-63
64-65
64
65
66
67
68
69
Extending the system
Registering new products
Using additional activation controls
- Copying to a new remote control
- Copying to a remote control in operation
- Copying products from other types of activation controls - Copying products to other types of activation controls
Security key
70-71
73-81
74-75
76-77
78-79
80-81
82-83
Resetting
Resetting and preparing for registration
Resetting the remote control
84-85
86
Installation
Holder for remote control
Rain sensor (when retrofitting roller shutter or awning blind)
88-89
90
Use and cleaning
Power failure / Mislaid remote control
Cleaning rain sensor and solar cell
91
92
Further information
Display symbols
Display texts
Glossary
94
95
96
VELUX 3
Important information
Please keep instructions for future reference and hand them over to any new
user.
Product
Safety
• The product is compatible with products with the io-homecontrol® logo.
• Before operating, ensure that the window with electrical products can be
and is operated without risk of damage to property or injury to people or
animals.
• Electrical products must be disposed of in conformity with national regulations for electronic waste and not with household waste.
• For personal safety, never have your hand or body out of the window without first having switched off the mains or battery supply.
• This product has been designed for use with genuine VELUX products. Connection to other products may cause damage or malfunction.
• Used batteries have to be disposed of in conformity with the relevant environmental regulations.
• Expected battery lifetime of the remote control: Approx 1 year.
• Children must not be allowed to play with the window and its electrical
products, and the remote control should be kept out of reach of children.
• Expected battery lifetime of the solar window operator: Approx 10 years.
• If repair or adjustment work is needed, disconnect from mains or battery
supply and ensure that it cannot be reconnected unintentionally.
• Radio frequency band: 868 MHz.
• The cable plug on products to be connected to mains supply is for indoor use
only.
• It is recommended to place a remote control in the room where the window
and its electrical products have been installed.
• The packaging can be disposed of with usual household waste.
• Radio frequency range: 300 m free field. Depending on building construction,
the indoor range is approx 30 m. However, constructions with reinforced
concrete, metal ceilings and plaster walls with steel members may reduce
the range.
• Noise level: Max 70 dB(A).
Function
Maintenance and service
• If the rain sensor gets wet, the window operator automatically closes the
window; however, the ventilation flap remains open.
Note: GGL/GGU INTEGRA, KMX and CVP are supplied with rain sensor.
• Disconnect from mains or battery supply before carrying out any maintenance or service work to the window and products connected to it and
ensure that it cannot be reconnected unintentionally during this time.
• Disabling the rain sensor while the window is open implies a risk of rain
water being able to enter the building.
• Maintenance and installation must be carried out in consideration to Health
and Safety at work requirements.
• To prevent the window from closing because of very fine/weak rain, fog or
dew, the rain sensor is equipped with a heating element to keep the surface
dry.
• If mains cable is damaged, it must be replaced by qualified personnel in accordance with national regulations.
• If the window has been opened manually, the window operator will not be
activated via the rain sensor.
• From fully open, it will take up to one minute from the time of activation
before the window is completely closed. Therefore, in case of sudden rain,
water may enter the room before the window is closed.
• In case of snow and/or ice, the operation of the window may be blocked.
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• Spare parts are available through VELUX. Please provide information from
the data plate.
• If you have any technical questions, please contact VELUX.
io-homecontrol® provides advanced and secure radio technology that is easy to install.
io-homecontrol® labelled products communicate with each other, improving comfort,
security and energy savings.
www.io-homecontrol.com
VELUX 5
Initial set-up
Auto set-up
roducts to be operated with the remote control must be
P
registered in the remote control. Registration, however,
depends on whether the remote control is new or whether
it is already used for operating other products.
Prepare products
for registration and
press Register
within 10 minutes
Register
5 Press
1
"Register" to start registration.
• If the remote control is already in operation, proceed
with section Registering new products.
Back
P1
P2
Auto set-up
• If the remote control is new, proceed as follows.
6 Registration is running. This can take up to two minutes.
hen the initial set-up has been completed, the registered
W
products will appear in the display.
he display shows "Completed" when all products have
7 Tbeen
registered.
ote: If the display shows "Failed", remove the batteries
N
from the remote control. Prepare the products for registration, see section Resetting and preparing for registration.
Repeat the initial set-up.
lide off the battery cover of remote control as shown.
2 SInsert
the three batteries supplied (type AA, 1.5 volt).
Replace cover.
Auto set-up
Completed
House
language
3 Choose language:
ress
P
Press
to highlight your language.
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
repare products for registration.
4 PDisconnect
the mains or battery supply for 1 minute and
then reconnect it. The products can now be registered in
the remote control within the next 10 minutes.
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No. 1
Window
Eesti
English
Español
Français
8 The display shows one of the registered products.
Enter
P1
Press
to see the other registered products.
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
P2
or use of more than one remote control, all products must
F
be registered in one of the remote controls, see above.
Then the information must be copied from this remote
control to the other remote controls, see section Using
additional activation controls.
VELUX 7
Remote control functions
Selection keys
The display indicates which product is being operated, which menu function is being used etc. The
top line of the display states the chosen area. Products are as default shown under the area House.
The bottom line of the display states the function
of the two selection keys.
Note: The display shows the last product operated.
Selection, navigation and program keys
- for activating the menu and confirming the chosen
menu function.
- for locating the Room, Group, Zone or product to be
operated.
The current function of the individual selection key is
stated directly above in the display.
House
No. 1
Window
Menu
House
No. 1
Window
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
P1
P2
P1
P2
Navigation keys
Locate
- for scrolling up and down in the product or menu list.
- for scrolling through the time intervals to set the
remote control to close the window automatically.
Shortcut keys P1/P2
- for activating a program by pressing just one key.
Keys for operating the product chosen
Keys for operating a product or a Group of products
OPEN/UP/ON or
CLOSE/DOWN/OFF
Short key press: Product will travel to maximum top or
bottom position.
Long key press: Product will travel to pre-set position.
See sections Choosing setting positions and Choosing
luminous intensity.
Note: If the window is equipped with a roller shutter or an awning blind, the display text Menu in the
bottom left hand corner will be replaced by the text
Hint. When pressing the selection key underneath,
energy savings by automatic control of sunscreening is offered, see section Energy Balance.
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Stop and status key
STOP/STATUS
Short key press: The product in operation stops or the
status is shown.
Long key press: All products in operation stop.
VELUX 9
Locating and operating a product
To be able to operate a product (eg a blind), you first have
to locate the product in question in the display.
The examples show the easiest way to find the product
you want to operate.
More than one window
One window
1
With one electrical product
House
The window is equipped with a window operator only and
therefore you do not have to locate the product first.
Press
to start operation.
3
With one electrical product
No. 1
Window
Menu
2
House
Three windows are equipped with window operators only.
Locate
The example shows how to locate and open window No. 2.
to find window No. 2.
Press
to open the window.
Press
No. 2
Window
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
With additional electrical products
House
The window is equipped with a window operator, a roller
shutter, a blind and frame lights.
The example shows how to locate and operate the blind.
to find "Blind".
Press
to start operation.
Press
10 VELUX
No. 1
Blind
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
Note: You can rearrange the order of the individual
Rooms, Groups, Zones or products displayed, see section
Rearranging order.
VELUX 11
Locating and operating a product
Closing the window automatically
More than one window
When a window has been opened with the remote control,
you can set it to close again automatically after a certain
time. For instance you might want to air your house briefly
when returning home. The possible settings are: Off, 5 min,
10 min, 15 min, 20 min, 30 min, 45 min and 60 min.
1
he example shows how to time window No. 1 to close
T
after 10 minutes.
3
2
House
No. 1
Window
ocate window No. 1.
1 LPress
to open the window.
Menu
Locate
With additional electrical products
Three windows are each equipped with a window operator, a roller shutter, a blind and frame lights.
The example shows how to locate and operate blind No. 3.
1
Press
"Locate".
2
House
No. 1
Window
Menu
Running
he display shows the icon
T
and the text "Auto-Close".
Start item 3 within 5 seconds, otherwise the window will
not close automatically.
Auto-Close
Off
Locate
Running
House
2
Displays the list of product types within the area House.
Press
Press
to highlight "Blind".
"Enter".
Window
Roller shutter
Blind
Lights
Enter
Back
P1
P2
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
3
ress
P
Press
to highlight blind "No. 3".
"Enter".
4
Press
to start operation.
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Blind
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Scroll via
3 "in:
10 min".
Auto-Close
in: 10 min
through the time options and choose
P1
P2
House
4
he display shows the icon
T
window is closed.
If you close the window earlier than chosen, the function
will be cancelled.
ote: Registered sunscreening products can be set to
N
operate automatically via menu item Program settings.
and counts down until the
No. 1
Window
Closes in 10 min
Menu
Locate
VELUX 13
Disabling rain sensor
If the rain sensor gets wet, the window operator automatically closes the window. However, the ventilation flap
remains open.
House
If you want to open the window even if it is raining, you
must disable the rain sensor. When the rain sensor is
disabled, the window can only open up to 50%.
The example shows how to open window No. 1 even if it is
raining.
4
he window is opened. The display shows the icon
T
counts down until the window is closed.
hen the window is closed, the rain sensor will be enabled
W
again.
and
No. 1
Window
Closes in 10 min
Menu
Locate
Note: If the rain sensor is disabled and "Auto-Close" has
not been set, see section Closing the window automatically, the window will not close automatically for a period
of 60 minutes. After this period, the window will remain
open as long as the rain sensor is dry.
House
ocate the window.
1 LPress
to open the window.
he display shows that the window cannot be opened
2 Tbecause
the window operation has been limited by the
rain sensor.
No. 1
Window
Menu
Locate
information
Operation not
completed.
Limited by
rain sensor
Menu
Locate
information
he display asks whether to disable the rain sensor tem3 Tporarily.
Press
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"Yes" to disable the rain sensor temporarily.
Disable
rain sensor
temporarily?
Yes
P1
No
P2
VELUX 15
Choosing setting positions
Choosing luminous intensity
A product or a Group of products can be set to travel to a
certain position.
The example shows how to set a roller blind to close by
50%.
1
Locate the product in question, see section Locating and
operating a product.
chosen is displayed. The example shows blind
2 PNo.roduct
2.
ress and hold key
and watch the display. Each black
3 Pspot
corresponds to the blind closing in 10% increments.
House
he light in a lighting product or a Group of lighting prodT
ucts can be set to a certain luminious intensity.
1
ocate the product in question, see section Locating and
L
operating a product.
No. 2
Blind
Release key
chosen.
ote: A short key press will make the roller blind travel to
N
maximum top or bottom position.
House
No. 2
Lights
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
roduct chosen is displayed. The example shows lighting
2 Pproduct
No. 2.
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
Set position
Set position
50% down
50% on
ress and hold key
and watch the display. Each black
3 Pspot
corresponds to the light being dimmed in 10% increments. Five black spots thus correspond to it dimming by
50%.
and the light will be dimmed at the luminiRelease key
ous intensity chosen.
Five black spots thus correspond to it closing by 50%.
The example shows how to dim the light by 50%.
and the blind will travel to the position
ote: A short key press will switch the light on or off comN
pletely.
Some decoration and sunscreening products can be
operated in two ways. For instance, a Venetian blind can
be drawn up and down and its slats can be tilted. Once the
with
product has been located, choose Tilt or Turn
the navigation keys
.
To obtain ventilation via the ventilation flap without
when "Ventilation" is
opening the window, release key
displayed.
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VELUX 17
Menu guide
Navigating through the menus
Guide to the menu functions of the remote control.
Additional information about the individual function is provided in the
relevant section.
The example shows how to find the menu item Room by
means of menu choices.
1
Press
"Menu".
House
No. 1
Window
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
House settings
Room
Group
Rearrange order
Rename
Clear
Enter
House
Menu
Back
User settings
No. 1
Window
Locate
menu
p. 24-27
p. 28-29
p. 34-35
p. 30-31
p. 69
Language
Display
Time and date
Access code
Keypad lock
Favourite settings
p. 22
p. 64-65
p. 20-21
p. 67
p. 66
p. 32-33
System settings
Program settings
Product settings
Enter
Back
Register product
Copy system
Security key
Configure
Software version
Enter
Back
p. 70-71
p. 74-75
p. 82-83
p. 80-81
p. 68
program
Enable
Record
Clear
Rename
Rearrange order
Enter
p. 54-59
p. 38-49
Back
Light colour
Dimmer speed
Enter
18 VELUX
Press
Press
p. 60-61
p. 62-63
Back
to highlight "Room".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
ou can now proceed with the menu functions under menu
Y
item Room.
his way of choosing menu items is shown as follows
T
in the rest of the instructions:
1
PRODUCT SETTINGS
to highlight "House settings".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
3 Displays a list of menu items under House settings.
Back
Enter
System settings
2 Displays a list of menu items under Menu.
Press
Press
House settings
User settings
menu
Press
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 ScrollHouse
settings
House settings
User settings
System settings
Program settings
Enter
Back
P1
P2
House settings
Room
Group
Rearrange order
Rename
Enter
Back
P1
P2
House
No. 1
Window
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
Room
VELUX 19
Time and date
Time and date must be set the first time the remote
control is to be used.
Set Clock
1 Press
No. 1
Window
Menu
"Menu".
9 : 00
House
The example shows how to set the time. The date is set
correspondingly by choosing "Date" in item 4.
Locate
ress
6 PPress
to set minutes.
"Enter" to change to hours.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Set clock
through the menus:
2 ScrollUser
settings
11: 00
Time and date
Time and date
display shows day, date and time.
3 T• hePress
"Keep" to confirm the setting.
• Press
"Edit" to change day, date or time.
Monday
30.05.2011
9:46
Keep
P1
ress
7 PPress
to set hours.
"Enter" to confirm your settings.
Edit
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Information
Saved
11:00
P2
Time and date
8 The display shows that the new time has been saved.
Enter
Back
Clock
Date
ress
4 PPress
to highlight "Clock".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
clock
Set clock
Set format
Summer time
5
ress
P
Press
20 VELUX
to highlight "Set clock".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
ime is shown automatically when the remote control is in
T
sleep mode. See section Display.
ime is automatically switched from summer time to
T
winter time and vice versa (Western European summer
time) but this function can be disabled, see item 5.
The time and date format can be set by choosing "Set
format".
VELUX 21
Changing language
Room, Group and Zone
You can change the display text language.
To make it easier to locate and operate the products, it
is recommended to link each product to a Room and/or
a Group. Products are as default shown under the area
House.
The example shows how to change it into French.
House
1
Press
2
Scroll through the menus:
"Menu".
Room 1
Room 2
No. 1
Window
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
Definition of Room
A Room consists of one or more products of any type
located in the same physical room, eg bedroom or kitchen.
A product can be assigned to one Room only.
User settings
Language
language
Dansk
English
Français
Deutsch
display shows a list of languages. The current language
3 Thashe been
ticked.
Room 1
Enter
Back
P1
P2
ress
4 PPress
to highlight a new language.
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Room 2
A Group consists of at least two products of the same type
(eg two roller shutters).
In each Room, a Group "All" with all products of the same
type is automatically created to make it easier to locate
and operate products of the same type simultaneously.
language
Dansk
English
Français
Deutsch
Definition of Group
Groups created across more Rooms are called Zones.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Room 1
Room 2
Information
5
Sauvegardé
Français
The display shows that the change has been saved.
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Definition of Zone
A Group created across more Rooms.
You can create a Zone consisting of for instance all roller
shutters on the windows of the house facing west and
south.
VELUX 23
Creating a Room
Rooms are created to make it easier to locate and operate
your products.
he example shows two rooms
T
with two windows in each. Below
it is shown how to create Room 1
by moving the relevant products
from House to Room 1.
House
Window
5 Displays the product chosen.
House
• P
ress
"More" to move additional products to Room 1.
You will return to the list in item 4. Repeat items 4-5 until
the relevant products have been moved to Room 1.
• Press
"Continue" to proceed.
No. 1
More
Continue
P1
P2
Continue
6 Displays a list of options.
House
Press
Press
No. 1
Window
1
Press
Menu
"Menu".
Save Room
Undo product
Undo Room
Locate
to highlight "Save Room".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Highlight one of the other options to undo your choice.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Information
through the menus:
2 ScrollHouse
settings
Room
Create
Product from
3 Displays the areas, here the area House.
ress
P
to highlight the area with the product to be assigned to Room 1 first.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
7
asks whether to assign the remaining products
8 Ttohejustdisplay
one new Room.
Room
created
The display shows that a Room has been created.
House
Enter
Back
P1
P2
• Press
"Yes" to save the remaining products in
Room 2.
• Press
"No" to return automatically to the list in
item 3 and possibly create more Rooms.
Note: All products must be assigned to a Room.
Information
Save all
remaining products
in a new Room?
Yes
No
Information
4
isplays a list of all products in House. The product type,
D
in this case Window, appears in the display. The individual
products can be identified by pressing
for a short
period of time. This will activate the product briefly.
Press
Press
24 VELUX
to highlight the product to be moved to Room 1.
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
9 The display shows that a new Room has been created.
House
Window
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
Enter
Back
P1
P2
ote: Numbers are assigned in the
N
order in which the products are
moved to the Room in question.
Room 1
Room
created
Room 2
VELUX 25
Editing a Room
isplays a list of the individual products within the product
5 Dtype
in question.
You can edit the Rooms you have created, ie one or more
products can be moved from one Room to another.
he example shows how the window operator in window
T
No. 1 can be moved from Room 1 to Room 2.
Press
to highlight the product to be moved. The individual products can be identified by pressing
for a
short period of time. This will activate the product briefly.
Press
isplays a list of Rooms in which the product can be
6 Dplaced.
Room 1
No. 1
Window
1
Press
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 ScrollHouse
settings
Room
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
Press
to highlight the Room in which to place the
product.
Press
"Enter" to confirm the new location of the
product.
Window
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Place in
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Enter
Back
P1
P2
information
Edit
7 The display shows that several Rooms have been modified.
Rooms
modified
Move from
3 Displays a list of the Rooms created.
to highlight the Room from which to move the
Press
product.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Enter
Back
P1
P2
roups are edited according to the same principle as
G
Rooms.
ote: Numbers are assigned in the order in which the
N
products are moved to the Room in question.
Room 1
isplays a list of product types in the Room from which to
4 Dmove
the product.
Press
Press
26 VELUX
to highlight "Window".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Window
Roller shutter
Enter
Back
P1
P2
VELUX 27
Creating a Group
isplays a list of the individual products within the product
5 Dtype
in question.
To make it easier to locate and operate products of the
same type simultaneously, you can create a Group.
he example shows a room with four
T
windows, each with a window operator. It is shown how to create Group 1
consisting of the window operators on
the two windows No. 3 and No. 4. The
example presupposes that Room 1 has
been created.
1
2
3
Room 1
4
ote: When Room 1 was created, a number of Groups "All"
N
was created automatically - each consisting of all products
of the same type in the Room in question, see section
Room, Group and Zone.
Press
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 Scroll
House settings
Group
Press
No. 1
Window
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
• Press
Window
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Information
• P
ress
"More" to move additional products to Group 1.
You will return to the list in item 5. Repeat items 5-6
until these products have been moved to Group 1.
Room 1
"Save" to create Group 1.
Add more to
Group or save
Group?
More
Save
P1
P2
Information
Create
7
he display shows that Group 1 has been created in
T
Room 1.
roups are edited according to the same principle as
G
Rooms.
Area
3 Displays a list of the Rooms created.
Press
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
he display asks whether to move additional products to
6 TGroup
1.
A Group created across more Rooms is shown in the
display as a Zone.
1
to highlight the product to be included in Group 1.
Press
The individual products can be identified by pressing
for a short period of time. This will activate the product
briefly.
to highlight the Room in which to create Group 1.
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Enter
Back
P1
P2
1
Group 1
created in
Room 1
Group 1
2
3
Room 1
Room 1
4 Displays a list of the product types in Room 1.
Press
Press
28 VELUX
to highlight "Window".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Window
Roller shutter
Blind
Enter
Back
P1
P2
4
ote: When operating Groups, a delayed execution of
N
commands might occur. If you want a particular product
to respond at once, this product must be operated individually.
VELUX 29
Naming
You can change the names of House, Rooms, Zones,
Groups, products and Programs displayed into more personal names.
1
Dictionary
6 Displays a list of pre-defined locations.
The example shows how to change Room 1 into Kitchen.
ote: When you have used the function Rename, autoN
matic renumbering is disabled.
Press
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 ScrollHouse
settings
Press
Press
Room 1
to highlight the relevant location.
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Hall
Kitchen
Left
Living room
Enter
Back
P1
P2
No. 1
Window
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
ress
7 PPress
to highlight the save symbol .
"Enter".
Note: You can also create a new name by choosing
and entering the relevant characters, one by one.
After entering the last character, the new name is
saved by highlighting the save symbol .
Rename
Rename
Save
Kitchen
J
FGHI
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Rename
3
Displays a list with House, Room, Zone, Group and Product.
Press
Press
to highlight "Room".
"Enter" confirm your choice.
House
Room
Zone
Group
Information
Enter
Back
P1
P2
he display shows that the new name has been
8 Tsaved.
Name
saved
Area
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
isplays a list of the names automatically given to the
4 DRooms.
Press
Press
to highlight "Room 1".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
isplays a line of characters including space symbol
5 Dsave
symbol , dictionary symbol , insert symbol
and delete symbol
ress
P
Press
30 VELUX
.
to highlight the dictionary symbol
"Enter" to open the dictionary.
,
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Rename
Dictionary
Room 1
GHI
.
JK
Enter
Back
P1
P2
VELUX 31
Favourite settings
electing your favourite product
S
The example shows how to select window No. 2 as your
favourite product.
1
Press
he example shows how to deselect window No. 2 as your
T
favourite product.
House
No. 1
Window
No. 1
Window
Locate
1
Press
Menu
"Menu".
Favourite product
Favourite product
of time. This will activate the product briefly.
Press
"Select" to select your favourite product.
he display shows that your favourite product has been
4 Tselected.
ote: If a favourite area has been selected already, the
N
favourite product must be in this area.
Locate
InformatiON
Favourite product:
House
Window
No. 2
Edit
House
Window
3 Press
No. 1
No. 2
Group 1
Select
Back
P1
P2
Favourite product
selected
"Edit" to make changes.
display shows a list of all products in House. The prod4 Tucthetype,
in this case Window, appears in the display. The
InformatiON
32 VELUX
You can undo your choice of favourite product.
through the menus:
2 Scroll
User settings
Favourite settings
he display shows a list of all products and Groups in
3 THouse.
ress
to highlight the favourite product. The relevant
Pproduct
can be identified by pressing
for a short period
Deselecting your favourite product
House
Menu
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 Scroll
User settings
Favourite settings
ou can appoint an area and/or a product or a Group of
Y
products as your favourite. Typically this will be the area
or the product that is operated most often. If you have
selected a product as your favourite, the display will as
default return to this product whenever the remote control
has been used.
for a
individual products can be identified by pressing
short period of time. This will activate the product briefly.
Press
to highlight the current favourite product.
Press
"Deselect" to deselect the product.
Back
P1
P2
Room 1
Window
No. 1
No. 2
Group 1
Deselect
P1
Back
P2
InformatiON
he display shows that the favourite product has been
5 Tdeselected.
Favourite product
deselected
VELUX 33
Rearranging order
isplays a list of the individual products of the chosen
5 Dproduct
type. The individual products can be identified by
ou can rearrange the order of the individual products,
Y
Groups, Rooms and Zones displayed.
pressing
for a short period of time. This will activate
the product briefly.
to highlight the product in question.
Press
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
In the example, three Rooms have been created. It shows
how to rearrange the order of the Venetian blinds in
Room 2.
Rearrange order
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Room 1
Rearrange order
No. 1
Window
Menu
1
Press
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 Scroll
House settings
Rearrange order
Locate
P1
P2
Product
isplays a list of the Rooms created containing the prod3 Ducts
in question.
Press
to highlight the Room in which to rearrange the
order of the individual products.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
6
he list of the individual products of the chosen product
T
type is still displayed.
to move the chosen product.
Press
Press
"Enter" to confirm the rearranged order.
he display asks whether to rearrange the order of more
7 Tproducts
or whether to save the changes.
• Press
"More" to rearrange the order of more prod ucts. You will
return to the list in item 5. Repeat items
Area
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Enter
Back
P1
P2
5-7 until the required order of products has been
obtained.
• Press
"Save" to save the rearranged product order.
No. 1
No. 3
No. 2
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Information
Save new order
or rearrange more
products?
Save
More
P1
P2
Information
Room 2
4 Displays a list of the product types in Room 2.
Press
to highlight the product type where to rearrange the order of the individual products.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
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Window
Roller shutter
Awning blind
Venetian blind
8 The display shows that the order has been rearranged.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Order
rearranged
VELUX 35
Programs
A program contains a sequence of commands on how and
when to operate the products.
There are three different program types:
36 VELUX
• M
y program
A personal program that will be activated automatically
without using the remote control.
For instance you can record a morning program to run
up the roller shutters in the bedroom, open the windows
and turn on the frame lights between 07.00 and 07.15
on weekdays from October to April.
• S
hortcut P1/P2
A personal program that can be activated by using the
shortcut keys.
For instance you can record and save a program under
shortcut key P1 to close all windows in the house and
draw all blinds down by 50%.
• E
nergy Balance
A pre-defined program that will be enabled via the
remote control and then run automatically.
The program controls the exterior sunscreening products and contributes to optimising the energy balance
of the building. In this way, you save energy for the
heating and cooling of the building.
VELUX 37
My program
My program is an automatically activated program which
contains a sequence of operating commands for one or
more products. The sequence is automatically activated at
a pre-set time within a period defined by a starting date
and an end date.
house
Window
display shows the selected product.
6 T• hePress
"Continue" to continue.
The example shows how to program window No. 1 in
Room 1 to open at 18.30 and close again at 18.45 each
Monday for 12 months.
1 Press
through the menus:
2 Scroll
Program settings
3
No. 1
Window
Record
My program
to highlight "Room 1".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Continue
P2
information
Save
selected
products?
The display asks whether to save the selected product.
Press
"Yes" to save the selected product.
Area
House
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Edit
P1
Locate
7
The display shows a list of areas.
Press
Press
House
Menu
"Menu".
• P
ress
"Edit" to return to item 3 in case of additions
or changes.
No. 1
Yes
No
P1
P2
Position
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Set position
Save position
ress
8 PPress
to highlight "Set position".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Product type
4 The display shows a list of the product types.
Press
Press
to highlight "Window".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Window
Roller shutter
Venetian blind
Blind
Set Position
100% open
Enter
Back
P1
P2
ress
to set the opening position of the window.
9 P100%
corresponds to fully open.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your setting.
house
Window
ocate the window. The relevant product can be identi5 Lfied
by pressing
for a short period of time. This will
activate the product briefly.
"Select" to choose the product.
Press
38 VELUX
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Position
Set position
Save position
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
Select
Back
P1
P2
ress
10 PPress
to highlight "Save position".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
VELUX 39
My program
Set time
Save
0 0:30
11
ress
P
to set the time for the window to be opened.
First choose minutes.
Press
"Enter" to change to hours.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
16 The display shows various options.
Press
to highlight "Add functions" to set the closing
position of the window plus the day and time for closing.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Save program
Add functions
Cancel recording
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Set time
Room 1
Window
18 : 3 0
12
ress
P
Press
to set hours.
"Enter" to confirm your setting.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
to select the day of the week for the window
13 Ptoress
be opened.
Press
"Select".
Repeat items 8-16, only this time applied to the closing
settings.
Select
Back
P1
P2
Set day
display shows the chosen day of the week.
14 T• he
"Continue" to continue.
Press
• Press
"Edit" to return to item 13 in case of additions or changes.
Press
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"Yes" to save the selected day.
Edit
P1
P2
• Press
to highlight "Add functions" to add additional operating commands for the window or other
products to the program.
Press
"Enter" to return to item 17.
• Press
to highlight "Save Program" to save the
program as it is.
Press
"Enter" to save the program.
Save
Save Program
Add functions
Cancel recording
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Monday
Continue
P1
Edit
P2
information
15 The display asks whether to save selected day.
Enter
18 The display shows various options.
Set day
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
he display shows the latest selected product.
17 TPress
"Enter" to continue.
No. 1
Yes
P1
Save
selected
days?
No
19
rename
The
display automatically suggests the name "My
program 1".
"Enter" to save the name.
Press
Follow the instructions in section Naming to change this
name.
Save
My program 1
..BCD
Enter
Back
P1
P2
P2
VELUX 41
My program
My program 1
he display asks whether to enable the program or to
20Tkeep
it disabled.
Press
Press
to highlight "Enable".
"Select" to confirm your choice.
Enable
Disable
Select
Back
P1
P2
Choose "Enable" under menu item Program settings
to get a full list of all recorded programs that can be
activated automatically. The list comprises both enabled
and disabled programs. The enabled programs have been
ticked and the disabled programs can be enabled any
time you want.
Set starting and end date to enable the program.
Set date
Starting date:
Press
"Edit" to choose a starting date.
21 Press
"Enter" to confirm your setting.
Note: For solar products, automatically activated programs may result in a quick discharge of the battery due
to frequent operation of the products.
Starting date
01.01.2011
Enter
Edit
P1
P2
Set date
End date:
Press
"Edit" to choose an end date.
22Press
"Enter" to confirm your setting.
End date
31.12.2011
Enter
P1
Edit
P2
Information
he display shows that My program 1 is enabled in the
23Tchosen
period.
heck current time and date settings to ensure accurate
24Coperation
of the products. The display shows day, date
and time.
"Keep" to confirm the settings.
• Pres
• Pres
"Edit" to change day, date or time.
42 VELUX
My program 1
enabled
from 01.01.2011
to 31.12.2011
Time and date
Monday
27.12.2010
9:46
Keep
P1
Edit
P2
VELUX 43
Shortcut P1/P2
A program under Shortcut P1/P2 contains a sequence
Room 1
Window
of operating commands for one or more products. The
sequence is activated by pressing shortcut key P1 or P2.
You can record up to eight programs, four under each of
the shortcut keys. The programs can be set to be executed immediately, with a delay or at a certain time.
display shows the selected product.
6 T• he
Press
"Continue" to continue.
• Press
"Edit" to return to item 3 in case of additions
or changes.
he example shows how to program window No. 1 in
T
Room 1 to open immediately and close again after 1 hour
and 30 minutes (delay) by a single press on shortcut key
P1.
1 Press
through the menus:
2 Scroll
Program settings
Record
ress
P
Press
to highlight "Room 1".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Press
Press
to highlight "Window".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Locate
7
he display asks whether to save the selected product.
T
"Yes" to save the selected product.
Press
activate the product briefly.
Press
"Select" to select the product.
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Yes
No
P1
P2
Position
Set position
Save position
Area
House
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Enter
Back
P1
P2
ress
8 PPress
to highlight "Set position".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Window
Roller shutter
Venetian blind
Blind
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Set Position
100% open
Enter
Back
P1
P2
ress
to set the opening position of the window.
9 P100%
corresponds to fully open.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your setting.
RooM 1
Window
ocate the window. The relevant product can be identi5 Lfied
by pressing
for a short period of time. This will
P2
Save
selected
products?
Product type
4 The display shows a list of the product types.
Edit
P1
No. 1
Window
Shortcut P1/P2
3 The display shows a list of areas.
Continue
information
House
Menu
"Menu".
No. 1
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Position
Set position
Save position
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
Select
Back
P1
P2
ress
10 PPress
to highlight "Save position".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
VELUX 45
Shortcut P1/P2
Time control
11
The display shows two time setting options.
Press
to highlight "Delay", ie the time that will pass
from pressing P1 till the product will be activated.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
information
Save
selected
products?
Delay
Starting time
Enter
Back
P1
P2
16
he display asks whether to save the selected product.
T
Press
"Yes" to save the selected product.
mediately.
Press
"Enter" to change to hours.
No
P1
P2
position
set delay
ress
to set the relevant delay. First choose minutes.
12 PChoose
0 minutes if you want the window to open im-
Yes
Set position
Save position
00 h 00 min
Enter
Back
P1
P2
ress
17 PPress
to highlight "Set position".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Set position
set delay
00 h 00 min
13
ress
P
Press
to set hours.
"Enter" to confirm your setting.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
0% open
ress
to set the closing position of the window. 0%
18 Pcorresponds
to fully closed.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your setting.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
position
Set position
Save position
Save
14
The display shows various options.
Press
to highlight "Add functions" to set the closing
position and time of the window.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Save Program
Add functions
Cancel recording
Enter
Back
P1
P2
ress
19 PPress
to highlight "Save position".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
15
46 VELUX
Continue
P1
Back
P1
P2
Time control
Room 1
Window
No. 1
he display shows the latest selected product.
T
Press
"Continue" to continue.
Enter
20The display shows two time setting options.
Edit
P2
Press
to highlight "Delay", ie the time that will pass
from pressing P1 till the product will be activated.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Delay
Starting time
Enter
Back
P1
P2
VELUX 47
Shortcut P1/P2
ress
21 PPress
to set the delay. First choose minutes.
"Enter" to change to hours.
set delay
Information
00 h 30 min
Shortcut 1
saved to
Shortcut P1/P2
Enter
Back
P1
P2
26
set delay
01 h 30 min
ress
22PPress
to set hours.
"Enter" to confirm your setting.
25 The display shows that Shortcut 1 has been saved.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
time and date
heck current time and date settings to ensure accurate
C
operation of the products. The display shows day, date
and time.
"Keep" to confirm the settings.
• Press
• Press
"Edit" to change day, date or time.
Monday
30.05.2011
9:46
Keep
P1
Edit
P2
23The display shows various options.
• Press
to highlight "Add functions" to add additional operating commands for the window or other
products to the program.
Press
"Enter" to return to item 15.
• Press
to highlight "Save Program" to save the
program as it is.
Press
"Enter" to save the program.
24
he display automatically suggests the name
T
"Shortcut 1".
"Enter" to save the name.
Press
Follow the instructions in section Naming to change this
name.
48 VELUX
Save
Save Program
Add functions
Cancel recording
Enter
Back
P1
P2
rename
Save
Shortcut 1
.ABCD
..
Enter
Back
P1
P2
VELUX 49
Shortcut P1/P2
Activating a program under
Shortcut P1/P2
Interrupting a program under
Shortcut P1/P2
ou can activate any one of the personal shortcut proY
grams by pressing the shortcut key P1 or P2. You can still
use the various functions of the remote control at the same
time as one or more programs have been activated.
elow four shortcut programs have been recorded under
B
shortcut key P1. The example shows how to activate the
program Shortcut 3 via shortcut key P1.
Icon
indicates that a program has been activated. A
shortcut program in progress can be interrupted as
follows:
House
House
1
ress P1 three times to activate the program Shortcut 3.
P
Note: Max time interval between each key press: 2 seconds.
Otherwise the shortcut program that happens to be highlighted will be activated.
No. 1
Window
No. 1
Window
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
1
Press
P1
or
P2
to find the shortcut program in progress.
2
hortcut 3 is highlighted in the display and the program
S
automatically starts.
Start
Back
P1
P2
2 The activated shortcut program has been ticked.
Press
Press
to highlight the program in question.
"Stop" to interrupt the program.
Information
he display shows that the program Shortcut 3 has been
3 Tactivated.
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Shortcut 3
started
Locate
P1
P2
program
program
Shortcut 1
Shortcut 2
Shortcut 3
Shortcut 4
Menu
Shortcut 1
Shortcut 2
Shortcut 3
Shortcut 4
Stop
Back
P1
P2
Information
he display shows that the program Shortcut 3 has been
3 Tstopped.
Shortcut 3
stopped
VELUX 51
Energy Balance
The program Energy Balance is a pre-defined program
containing a sequence of operating commands for roller
shutters and/or awning blinds. If the program has been
enabled, the sequence is automatically started at the
pre-defined times. The times have been fixed so that the
sunscreening products will run up or down depending on
whether it is summer or winter, day or night.
For example, during the summer time in Southern Europe,
the sunscreening products will run down in the morning
and up in the evening. In this way, the sun is screened
during the time where it induces considerable heat into the
building. This means less energy consumption for cooling
of the building.
Control parameters
The control of the sunscreening products is automatically
changed to match the summer and the winter period. The
program will automatically be disabled in the transition
period between summer and winter where automatic
operation of the sunscreening products does not contribute substantially to improving the energy balance of the
building. The transition period is 0 to 8 weeks depending
on the geographical location. See also data sheet with specific points of time on the CD-ROM (Data Sheet - Energy
Balance). In addition, the control automatically discerns
between weekdays and weekend so that the sunscreening
products are not operated before 8 o'clock in the morning
at weekends.
ettings
S
The program can be enabled in two settings:
• Standard setting: Automatic control of the roller shutters
only.
• Customised setting: Automatic control of selected roller
shutters and awnings blinds. In addition, the location of
the windows in the building (north/south/east/west) is
taken into account.
The following examples show how to enable the program
Energy Balance, first via Standard setting and then via
Customised setting.
int
H
When using the remote control for the first time, you will
be offered the program Energy Balance if the window is
equipped with a roller shutter or an awning blind:
House
1
he display text Menu in the bottom left hand corner has
T
been replaced by the text Hint.
Press
"Hint" to be offered energy savings.
he display asks whether to enable the program Energy
2 TBalance.
"Yes" to enable Energy Balance and continue
• Ptheresssettings,
see item 3 under Standard setting or Customised setting.
52 VELUX
• Press
"No" to opt out of this option. However, you can
select Energy Balance at any time via Program settings.
No. 1
Window
Hint
Locate
information
The program
Energy Balance
is now available.
Enable?
Yes
P1
No
P2
VELUX 53
Energy Balance
Standard setting
Used for automatic control of the roller shutters.
Closest city
Press
to highlight the city that is geographically clos6 est
to the location of the building.
House
No. 1
Window
1
Press
Menu
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 Scroll
Program settings
Press
Enter
Back
P1
P2
information
Enable
Energy Balance
Energy balance
Energy savings
by automatic
control of
sunscreening
Continue
3 Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Locate
Amsterdam
Berlin
Bilbao
Bolzano
"Continue".
P1
7
Saved
Amsterdam
The display shows that the chosen city has been saved.
Back
information
P2
Energy Balance
enabled
he display shows that the program Energy Balance has
8 Tnow
been enabled.
Energy balance
Enable
Disable
ress
4 PPress
to highlight "Enable".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
heck current time and date settings to ensure accurate
9 Cautomatic
operation of the sunscreening products. The
display shows day, date and time.
• Press
• Press
"Keep" to confirm the settings.
"Edit" to change day, date or time.
time and date
Monday
30.05.2011
9:46
Keep
Edit
P1
P2
Setting
Standard
Customised
ress
5 PPress
54 VELUX
to highlight "Standard".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
House
Enter
Back
P1
P2
con A shows that automatic control has been
10 Iactivated.
No. 1
Window
Menu
A
Locate
VELUX 55
Energy Balance
Customised setting
Closest city
Used for automatic control of selected roller shutters and
awning blinds. In addition, the location of the windows
in the building (north/south/east/west) is taken into account.
highlight the city that is geographically clos6Pestressto the tolocation
of the building.
Press
If the program has been enabled via Standard setting
already, you must first disable this setting via the function
Enable and then follow the example below.
1
Press
through the menus:
2 Scroll
Program settings
Enable
Energy Balance
No 1
Window
Locate
7
fied by pressing
for a short period of time. This will
activate the product briefly.
P1
to highlight the product to be controlled
Press
automatically.
Press
"Select".
Back
P2
Energy balance
to highlight "Enable".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
56 VELUX
to highlight "Customised".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
ress
to highlight the point of the compass for the
9Pwindow
on which the roller shutter or awning blind in
question has been installed.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
he display shows a list of the products that will be
10 Tcontrolled
automatically.
Setting
Standard
Customised
ress
5 PPress
P2
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Saved
Amsterdam
Room 1
roller shutter
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
Select
Back
P1
P2
Point of compass
Enable
Disable
ress
4 PPress
P1
The display shows that the chosen city has been saved.
he display shows a list of all roller shutters and awning
8Tblinds
registered. The relevant product can be identi-
Energy balance
Continue
"Continue".
Back
information
Energy savings
by automatic
control of
sunscreening
3 Press
Enter
House
Menu
"Menu".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Amsterdam
Berlin
Bilbao
Bolzano
• P
ress
"Edit" to return to item 8 in case of additions
or changes.
• Press
"Continue" when the list of the products to be
controlled via the program is complete.
North
South
East
West
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Room 1
roller shutter
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
Continue
P1
Edit
P2
VELUX 57
Energy Balance
information
Save
selected
products?
The display asks whether to save the selected products.
11Press
"Yes" to end the setting of the program.
Yes
No
P1
P2
information
he display shows that the program Energy Balance has
12 Tbeen
enabled.
heck current time and date settings to ensure accurate
13 Cautomatic
operation of the sunscreening products. The
display shows day, date and time.
• Press
• Press
"Keep" to confirm the settings.
"Edit" to change day, date or time.
dditional products
A
If you later want to add roller shutters or awning blinds
to the program Energy Balance, you must first disable
the program via the menus:
Program settings
Enable
Energy Balance
hen the program must be customised via Customised
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setting, see items 1-14.
ote: Products already selected and their settings are
N
maintained.
Energy Balance
enabled
time and date
Monday
30.05.2011
9:46
Keep
P1
Edit
P2
House
con A shows that automatic control has been
14 Iactivated.
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No. 1
Window
Menu
A
Locate
VELUX 59
Lighting
Light colour
ou can choose among 100 different light colours for your
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lighting product. The exact colours and the standard colour
code depend on the individual manufacturers of the products.
Set colour code
ote: This feature is not avaible for VELUX frame lights
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KRA 100.
he example shows how to change the light colour from
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standard to colour 34 (a red shade) in lighting product
No. 3.
1
Press
to change colour.
"Enter" to confirm the changed colour.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
House
information
No. 1
Window
Locate
6 The display shows that the selected colour has been saved.
Colour code:
34
saved
Light colour
display shows a list of the lighting products in which
3 Tthehelight
can change colour.
Press
Press
Press
Press
Menu
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 ScrollProduct
settings
5 The current colour code flashes.
Colour code:
34
to highlight lighting product "No. 3".
"Details" to see the current colour.
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
House
Lights
Details
Back
P1
P2
information
he display shows the current light colour.
4 TPress
"Edit" to change the colour code.
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Lights
No. 3
Colour code:
Standard
Edit
Back
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Lighting
Dimmer speed
n the scale from 1 to 100, you can decide how quickly the
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light of your lighting product should be turned on and off.
100 means that the light is turned on and off immediately
whereas 1 is the slowest possible pace at which the light
can be turned on and off. The speed values including the
standard value are set by the individual manufacturers of
the products.
1
Set dimmer speed
5 The current dimmer speed flashes.
Press
Press
he example shows how to change the dimmer speed from
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standard to speed 80 in lighting product No. 9.
Press
through the menus:
2 ScrollProduct
settings
Back
P1
P2
No. 1
Window
information
Locate
6 The display shows that the selected speed has been saved.
Dimmer speed:
80
saved
Dimmer speed
display shows a list of the lighting products in which
3 Tthehedimmer
speed can be set.
Press
Press
Enter
House
Menu
"Menu".
to change the speed.
"Enter" to confirm the changed speed.
Dimmer speed:
80
to highlight lighting product "No. 9".
"Details" to see the current speed.
No. 2
No. 3
No. 9
House
Lights
Details
Back
P1
P2
information
he display shows the current dimmer speed of the lighting
4 Tproduct.
Press
62 VELUX
"Edit" to change the speed.
Lights
No. 9
Dimmer speed:
Standard
Edit
Back
VELUX 63
Display
Display light
Sleep mode
The life of the batteries can be prolonged by setting the
remote control to go into sleep mode. When it has been
set to go into sleep mode, the light in the display will be
turned off 20 seconds after the last press of a key. Time is
shown.
In standard settings, the light in the display is turned on
when the keypad is activated and turned off again after
20 seconds. If you do not want any light in the display and
you want to prolong the battery lifetime, you can opt out
of this.
1
Press any key to activate the remote control again. However, a long press of the stop key will immediately stop
all products in operation.
House
The example shows how to turn off the light in the display.
No. 1
Window
Press
Menu
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 ScrollUser
settings
Locate
1
Display
ress
3 PPress
to highlight "Display light".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Enter
P1
Press
Display
Back
P2
3Press
Press
No. 1
Window
Menu
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 ScrollUser
settings
Display
Display light
Sleep mode
House
The example shows how to set the remote control to go
into sleep mode.
to highlight "Sleep mode".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Display
Display light
Sleep mode
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Display light
Sleep mode
On
Off
ress
4 PPress
to highlight "Off".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
ote: The light in the display can be turned on by choosing
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"On" in item 4.
Locate
On
Off
Enter
Back
P1
P2
4
Press
Press
to highlight "On".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
5
Enter
Back
P1
P2
15:43
When the remote control is in sleep mode, time is shown.
Note: Choose "Off" in item 4 if you do not want the
remote control to go into sleep mode.
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Keypad lock
Access code
The keypad can be locked so that products cannot be operated without unlocking the keypad. The stop key can
still be used.
1
Press
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 ScrollUser
settings
You can choose a personal access code to protect your personal settings, for instance against unintentional deletion
of programs. The access code must consist of four digits
from 0 to 9.
House
No. 1
Window
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
Press
ress
P
to highlight "Enable".
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
The keypad lock is immediately activated.
Disable
Enable
Enter
Back
P1
P2
ress
3 PPress
to highlight "Select/Change".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
to choose the first digit.
"Enter" to go to the next digit.
"Enter" when the last digit has been chosen.
Using the keypad even if it is locked:
essage as shown.
M
"Menu". Press
"Locate".
Press
The keypad has temporarily been unlocked.
The keypad will automatically be locked again 20 seconds
after it has been used.
ote: The keypad lock can be deactivated by choosing
N
"Disable" in item 3.
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No. 1
Window
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
Access code
Select / Change
Delete
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Access code
Press
Access code
Keypad lock
ress
4 PPress
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 ScrollUser
settings
Keypad lock
3
1
House
Enter code
1 ***
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Access code
Confirm code
1 2 3 4
Keypad lock
Menu
P1
Press
Menu
and then
Locate
Locate
5 Press
"Save" to confirm and save the code.
Save
Back
P1
P2
P2
very time you now choose Menu, you must enter the acE
cess code before you can proceed.
ote: The access code can be cancelled by choosing
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"Delete" in item 3.
VELUX 67
Software version
Clearing remote control settings
When addressing technical inquiries to VELUX, you will be
asked to provide the version number of the software in the
remote control. To find this proceed as follows:
When clearing the remote control settings, all personal
settings for eg Rooms, Zones, Groups and Programs and all
personal names are deleted. The products, however, remain
registered in the remote control.
Room 1
No. 1
Window
Menu
1
Room 1
No. 1
Window
1
Press
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 ScrollSystem
settings
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
Press
"Menu".
P1
P2
the submenu:
2 Select
House settings
House settings
3 Displays a list of menu items.
Software version
Locate
Press
Press
to highlight "Clear".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Group
Rearrange order
Rename
Clear
Enter
Back
P1
P2
software version
005.000.000.091
3
he display shows a code, for instance 005.XXX.XXX.
T
XXX. The first three digits are the version number.
Press
"Back" to return to the previous menu.
Back
P1
he display asks whether to clear all Groups, Rooms,
4 TZones,
Programs and personal names you might have created.
• Press
• Press
P2
"Yes" to confirm your choice.
"No" to cancel your choice.
Clear
Clear all Groups/
Rooms/Zones/
Programs/Names?
Yes
P1
No
P2
System settings
4 The display shows the previous menu.
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Copy system
Security key
Configure
Software version
Enter
he remote control settings will be cleared if you confirm
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your choice.
Back
VELUX 69
Registering new products
When a new additional product has been installed, it can
be registered in a remote control already in operation.
This new product can for instance be a new INTEGRA or
solar roof window, a blind or a roller shutter.
Now the product must be placed.
7a
If no Rooms have been created, the product is automatically placed in House.
Operation can start.
ote: If the new product is a roller shutter or an awning
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blind, you will via Hint be offered automatic control of
sunscreening, see section Energy Balance.
The example shows how to register a new roller blind in
the remote control and place it in Room 1.
1
repare the product for registration.
P
Disconnect the mains or battery supply for 1 minute and
then reconnect it. The product can now be registered in
the remote control within the next 10 minutes.
ress
2 Pation.
"Menu" in the remote control already in oper-
House
No. 1
Window
Menu
Locate
P1
P2
f Rooms have been created, the product has to be
7b Iplaced
in the appropriate Room.
The display shows a list of new products. The individual
products can be identified by pressing
for a short
period of time. This will activate the product briefly.
the submenu:
3 SelectSystem
settings
Press
Press
System settings
Register product
Copy system
Security key
Configure
ress
4 PPress
to highlight "Register product".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
House
to highlight the product to be placed.
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
No. 1
Blind
Menu
Locate
New products
blind
No. 1
Enter
P1
P2
Place in
Enter
Back
P1
P2
8 Displays a list of the Rooms created.
Press
to highlight the Room in which the product is
to be placed.
Press
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Auto set-up
Room 1
Room 2
New Room
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Information
5
Registration is running. This can take up to two minutes.
he display shows that the Room has been modified.
9 TOperation
can start.
Information
6
he display shows that the new product has been regisT
tered.
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New products
registered
Room 1
modified
here more than one remote control is used, new prodW
ucts can also be operated with these. To do this, register
the new products in each remote control by repeating
items 2-9 for each of them.
VELUX 71
Using additional activation controls
Products and remote control settings can be copied from
one remote control to another. Copying depends on the
type of activation control and on whether the activation
control to be copied to is new or already in operation.
• C
opying to a new remote control
How to copy the contents from one remote control to
another remote control not yet in operation.
• Copying to a remote control in operation
How to copy the contents from one remote control to
another remote control where the two remote controls
have not registered the same products.
• C
opying products from other types of activation
controls
How to copy the products from another type of activation control to the remote control.
• C
opying products to other types of activation
controls
How to copy the products in the remote control to
another type of activation control.
The following examples presuppose the use of VELUX
two-way remote controls unless otherwise mentioned. For
other io-homecontrol® activation controls, please refer to
the instructions provided with the product in question.
Note: When copying between two VELUX two-way
remote controls, all registered products and personal
settings are copied, apart from personal programs that
cannot be copied. When copying from VELUX two-way
remote controls to other types of activation controls, only
the registered products will be copied, not the remaining
settings such as personal names, Rooms, Groups etc.
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VELUX 73
Copying to a new remote control
You can copy the contents from a remote control already in
operation to a new one so that the latter can also operate
the products already registered.
The example shows how to copy the products and the
personal settings from a remote control A in operation to a
new remote control B not yet in operation.
A
B
2
Step 2: Register products in remote control B
nsert the three batteries supplied
4 I(type
AA, 1.5 volt) into the remote
B
control as shown.
2
language
5 Choose language:
ress
P
Press
1
Step 1: Prepare remote control A for copying
"Menu".
Menu
Locate
the submenu:
2 SelectSystem
settings
System settings
Register product
Copy system
Security key
Configure
ress
3 PPress
to highlight "Copy system".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Enter
P1
P2
Auto set-up
House
No. 1
Window
Press
to highlight your language.
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Eesti
English
Español
Français
Enter
Back
P1
P2
ress
"Register" to start registration of each product.
6 PPlease
disregard the information in the display.
The display now indicates that copying is in progress.
emote control B can now operate the same products as
R
remote control A.
Prepare products
for registration and
press Register
within 10 minutes
Register
Back
tep 2 must now be completed within the next two minS
utes.
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VELUX 75
Copying to a remote control in operation
Note: With the procedure shown, only the products are
copied from remote control A to remote control B and
vice versa.
If you have two remote controls with different products
registered in them, you can copy the contents from one to
the other and vice versa. Then all products can be operated with both remote controls.
The example shows how to copy the products from remote control A to remote control B and at the same time
maintain the settings and the programs of both remote
controls.
A
B
2
2
If you want an exact copy of remote control A with all
personal settings such as Names, Rooms and Groups, you
must proceed differently after step 2. First reset remote
control B, see section Resetting the remote control. Then
copy from remote control A as described in section Copying to a new remote control.
Step 1: Change security key in remote controls A and B
Change the security key in both remote controls so that
they have the same security key, see section Security key.
Step 2: Register the products in remote control A
Register all products in remote control A by choosing:
Menu
System settings
Register product
If in doubt, see section Registering new products.
Remote control A can now operate both the products
from remote control B and the products it could already
operate.
Step 3: Register the products in remote control B
Register all products in remote control B by choosing:
Menu
System settings
Register product
Remote control B can now also operate both the products
from remote control A and the products it could already
operate.
After this, both remote controls can operate all products.
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VELUX 77
Copying products from other types of activation controls
The remote control can also operate products registered
in another type of io-homecontrol® activation control if
they are copied to the remote control.
he example shows how to copy products from a VELUX
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one-way remote control B to a VELUX two-way remote
control A.
Step 2: Register products in remote control A
No. 1
Window
A
B
2
2 Press
Step 1: Prepare activation control B for copying
1
repare the products in activation control B for registraP
tion by pressing the RESET button on the back with a
pointed object for at least 5 seconds.
he products must now be registered in remote control A
T
within the next 10 minutes.
"Menu".
the submenu:
3 SelectSystem
settings
1
ress
4 PPress
House
to highlight "Register product".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Menu
Locate
System settings
Register product
Copy system
Security key
Configure
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Auto set-up
5 Registration is running. This can take up to two minutes.
B
information
he display shows that the new product(s) has/have been
6 Tregistered.
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ow the product(s) must be placed. Please refer to the
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instructions in section Registering new products, item 7a
and onwards.
ote: If remote control A is not yet in operation, execute
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the items in section Initial set-up instead.
New products
registered
VELUX 79
Copying products to other types of activation controls
You can copy one or more products registered in the
remote control to another type of io-homecontrol® activation control. This other type of activation control can thus
operate both its own and the copied products.
The example shows how to copy a roller blind from a
VELUX two-way remote control A to a VELUX one-way
remote control B so that the latter can operate both the
roller blind and the roller blinds it could already operate.
Note: A VELUX one-way remote control can operate
products of the same type only, in this case roller blinds.
information
A
B
2
1
ress
"Enter" to continue selecting the product to be
4 Pcopied
to another type of activation control (B).
Select product to
be configured
Enter
Back
ocate the product. The individual products can be identi5 Lfied
by pressing
for a short period of time. This will
activate the product briefly.
House
6
he display shows the relevant product.
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"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Press
No. 3
Blind
Enter
Back
information
Step 1: Prepare remote control A for copying
he display shows that the product is ready to be config7 Tured
in activation control B.
House
Product ready for
configuration
No. 1
Window
1 Press
"Menu".
Menu
Locate
the submenu:
2 SelectSystem
settings
System settings
Register product
Copy system
Security key
Configure
ress
3 PPress
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to highlight "Configure".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
Step 2: Register the product in activation control B
the RESET button on the back briefly (for maximum
8 P5ress
seconds) to register the new product. The product
selected can now be operated with activation control B.
Enter
Back
P1
P2
B
VELUX 81
Security key
Each remote control and each product have a security key.
To allow for communication between remote control and
products, they must have the same security key. This also
ensures that external activation controls cannot communicate with the products and thus operate the products
unintentionally.
he example shows how to change the security key in
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remote control A and in the products registered in A
(step 1). If you have more than one remote control, the
new security key must also be transferred to these
(step 2).
2
2
House
Step 1: Change security key in remote control A
Menu
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 ScrollSystem
settings
Locate
2
1 Press
"No" to finish if this is the only remote control
• P
ress
being changed.
• Press
"Yes" if there are other remote controls.
Execute step 2 for these.
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No. 1
Window
Locate
Security key
Change
Receive
Enter
Back
P1
P2
he display asks whether to change the security key of
4 Tother
remote controls.
House
Security key
Security key
to highlight "Change".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
The display now indicates that the security key has been
changed.
2
Menu
"Menu".
through the menus:
2 ScrollSystem
settings
Security key
ress
3 PPress
B
Step 2: Change security key in remote control B (and
others)
No. 1
Window
1 Press
A
B
A
ress
3 PPress
to highlight "Receive".
"Enter" to confirm your choice.
The display indicates that the security key is being transferred from remote control A to remote control B.
Change
Receive
Enter
Back
P1
P2
Change
Change
security key
in another
remote control?
Yes
No
VELUX 83
Resetting and preparing for registration
Electrically operated and solar roof windows can be reset
to their initial factory settings and then be prepared for
registration.
Note: Resetting removes the connection between the window with its electrical products and all remote controls.
Therefore the products cannot be operated until they have
been registered in a remote control again. To reinstate the
connection between product and remote control after reset, please refer to the instructions in section Initial set-up.
Depending on the window type, there are various ways of
resetting.
Flat roof window CVP
Carefully remove the cover cap on the kerb. Press the test
button on the window operator behind the cover cap for at
least 10 seconds. The window operator and other electrical products of the window will run briefly back and forth.
Replace the cover cap.
Centre-pivot roof windows
GGL/GGU INTEGRA, GGL/GGU Solar or GGL/GGU with
KMX 100 or KSX 100
Open the window manually. (If the window is already
open, it must be closed with the remote control before it
is opened manually). Press the test button on the window
operator for at least 10 seconds. The window operator and
other electrical products of the window will run briefly
back and forth. Frame lights will flash briefly.
Top-hung roof windows
GHL, GHU, GPL, GPU, GTL, GTU and VKU with KMX 200
Open the window manually. (If the window is already
open, it must be closed with the remote control before
it is opened manually). Remove the cover of the window
operator. Press the test button on the window operator
for at least 10 seconds. The window operator and other
electrical products of the window will run briefly back and
forth. Frame lights will flash briefly. Replace the cover of
the window operator again.
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VELUX 85
Resetting the remote control
The remote control can be reset to its initial factory settings if you want to delete all registered products and all
programming and start afresh.
1
Slide off the battery cover as shown.
ress the button on the right side of the remote control
2 Pwith
a pointed object for at least 5 seconds.
3 Replace the battery cover.
Information
ress
"Yes" to confirm that you want to reset the
4 Premote
control.
The remote control
will be reset.
Continue?
Yes
No
he remote control has now been reset. To reinstate the
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connection between remote control and products, please
refer to the instructions in section Initial set-up.
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VELUX 87
Fitting holder for remote control
The remote control is provided with a wall-mounted
holder, which can be fitted anywhere in your home.
1
ote: Check that the remote control can operate the
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relevant products from the proposed position before it is
fastened to the holder.
If required, the remote control can be fastened with
screws to the holder.
1
it the back section to the wall with the two screws supF
plied.
it the back section to the wall with the two screws supF
plied.
lace the remote control in the front section. Clip the
2 Pwhite
strap around the assembled unit. Hook the as-
2
ook the front section onto the back section at the top,
H
click it into place at the bottom and fix it with a screw.
lace the remote control in the holder. It is secured by
3 Pmeans
of built-in magnets.
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sembled unit to the back section at the top. Ensure that
the strap fits into the openings in the sides of the back
section. Lock the unit into place at the bottom.
3 Fix the unit with screw at the bottom.
VELUX 89
Repositioning rain sensor
The mains or battery supply must be
switched off while repositioning the rain
sensor!
Power failure / Mislaid remote control
SML
Retrofitting roller shutter SML or awning blind MML to GGL/GGU INTEGRA or
GGL/GGU with KMX 100
Move the rain sensor from roof window
top cover to the top casing of the roller
shutter/awning blind and adhere it to a dry,
clean surface. Lead cable under roller shutter/awning blind so that the window can
be opened when the roller shutter/awning
blind is rolled down. Then lead the cable
into the window as shown and connect it to
the connection box on the motor (A).
Retrofitting roller shutter SSL or awning blind MSL to GGL/GGU Solar or
GGL/GGU with KSX 100
To retrofit roller shutter SSL or awning
blind MSL, you need adaptor plate ZOZ 213.
The rain sensor is repositioned as shown in
the installation instructions for the adaptor
plate. Please contact VELUX for further
information.
MML
A
Closing centre-pivot roof windows
GGL/GGU INTEGRA, GGL/GGU Solar or
GGL/GGU with KMX 100 or KSX 100
In case of power failure / discharged
battery
The chain can be disengaged by pressing the release clip on the ventilation flap
bracket (A). Fold the chain as shown, and
close the window (B). When the power
is reconnected/the battery has been recharged, the chain can be re-engaged by
opening the window manually, unfolding
the chain and pressing the test button
briefly (C). Close the window manually.
If the remote control has been mislaid
The chain can be disengaged by pressing the release clip on the ventilation flap
bracket (A) and run back by pressing the
test button on the window operator (C).
Close the window manually.
a
b
c
Closing top-hung roof windows
GHL, GHU, GPL, GPU, GTL, GTU and VKU
with KMX 200
If the remote control has been mislaid
The window can be closed by removing the
cover of the window operator and pressing
the test button briefly.
Closing flat roof window CVP
If the remote control has been mislaid
The window can be closed by removing the
cover cap on the kerb and pressing the test
button on the window operator behind the
cover cap briefly.
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VELUX 91
Cleaning
Switch
off the mains or battery supply before
cleaning!
1
ain sensor
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Dirt on the rain sensor may cause operating problems.
Therefore, it is recommended to clean the rain sensor with
a soft wet cloth once or twice a year or when needed.
cell
2 SInolar
case of accumulation of dirt on the solar cell, this
should be cleaned with water and ordinary household
cleaners.
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Display symbols
Display texts
Batteries must be changed within 2 weeks (type AA,
1.5 volt).
Battery level low: The batteries in the remote control are running out of
power.
Automatic closing has been activated for the product in
question.
Blocked: Unknown object obstructs operation of product. Remove obstruction to obtain normal operation.
Automatic closing has been activated for one of the other
products in the remote control.
Limited by a remote control: The command cannot be executed, for
instance because you have disabled the rain sensor temporarily. In this case,
the window can only be half opened.
Automatic registration of product(s) is running.
Note: In some cases, this might take up to several minutes.
Limited by rain sensor: It is raining and the rain sensor has been activated.
You can disable the rain sensor temporarily and operate the window.
Operation of a product.
Manually operated: The window has been opened manually. Close the
window manually to allow for electrical operation.
The product or function requested has been ticked.
A program has been activated.
The program Energy Balance has been activated.
A
Not operational: For instance, it is necessary to adjust VELUX electrical
decoration and sun screening products to the window size. When operated
the first time, they will therefore run from bottom to top of the window or
vice versa without interruption. After adjustment the product is ready for
use.
Slats/louvres of a decoration and sunscreening product can
be tilted/turned from 0 to 100%.
Operational defect: The product has stopped during operation. Check the
product.
A decoration and sunscreening product can be drawn up/
down or opened/closed from 0 to 100%.
Power usage high: The power usage of the lighting product is too high.
The light bulbs are too strong compared to the specifications or the lighting
product is defective.
Pointer, see section Naming.
A name can be saved, see section Naming.
Deletion of character, see section Naming.
Power usage low: The power usage of the lighting product is too low. The
light bulbs are either too weak compared to the specifications or one or more
bulbs are defective. The lighting product might be defective.
Ventilation: Ventilation via ventilation flap without opening the window.
Space character, see section Naming.
Dictionary, see section Naming.
Insertion of a character, see section Naming.
Cursor, see section Naming.
94 VELUX
VELUX 95
Glossary
Declaration of Conformity
Activation control: An operator device, for instance a remote control or
a control switch, with which you can operate products by pressing one or
several buttons/keys.
In accordance with the Council Directive 2006/95/EEC
Configuration: See Preparation for registration below.
Memory: The following functions occupy the memory of the remote control:
Room, Group, Rename and Programs. Use of these functions will reduce the
total memory.
One-way activation control: Product based on one-way RF (radio frquency)
. This symbol can be found
communication and marked with the symbol
under the battery cover.
1
Preparation for registration: An io-homecontrol® product must be registered in an activation control before it can be operated. When a new product
is connected to mains or battery supply, it will search for an activation
control for 10 minutes.
Product: An io-homecontrol® product, which can be operated with the
remote control, such as an INTEGRA roof window, a roller shutter, frame
lights etc.
Registration: A product is registered in an activation control when the
security key of the activation control is assigned to the product.
Repeater: A unit increasing the range of the remote control.
Two-way activation control: Product based on two-way RF (radio fre. This symbol can be
quency) communication and marked with the symbol
found under the battery cover.
2
We herewith declare that VELUX
• roof windows GGL INTEGRA® (----21) and GGU INTEGRA® (----21),
• roof windows GGL Solar (----30) and GGU Solar (----30),
• flat roof window CVP (3MX A02),
• electrical conversion kit KMX 100 (3MG A01, 3UC A02, 3LA A01 and
3LR A01) for roof windows GGL and GGU,
• electrical conversion kit KMX 200 (3MX A01, 3LA A01 and 3LR A01) for
roof windows GHL, GHU, GPL, GPU, GTL, GTU and VKU,
• solar window operator KSX 100 (3SM B01, 3SD B01 and 3LR A01) for roof
windows GGL and GGU and
• remote control KLR 100 (3LR A01)
- are in conformity with the provisions of Machinery Directive 2006/42/EEC,
EMC Directive 2004/108/EEC, Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EEC and
R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EEC,
- have been manufactured in accordance with the harmonised standards
EN 300220-2, EN 301489-3, EN 55014-1(2006-12), EN 55014-2(1997-02),
EN 55022(2006-09), EN 55024(1998-09), EN 61000-3-2(2006-04),
EN 61000-3-3(1995-01), EN 50366, EN 60335-1, EN 60335-2-103,
EN 61558-1 and EN 61558-2-17.
The above-mentioned VELUX roof windows, VELUX flat roof window, VELUX
electrical conversion kits and VELUX solar window operator - when the kit
or the solar window operator is installed on a VELUX roof window - are to be
considered as machines, which are not to be put into service until they have
been installed according to instructions and requirements.
The total system then complies with the essential requirements of the Council
Directives 2006/42/EEC, 2004/108/EEC, 2006/95/EEC and 1999/5/EEC.
VELUX A/S: ...............................................................................................................
(Lars Gylstorff, Product Management)
07-01-2010
Ådalsvej 99, DK-2970 Hørsholm .........................................................................
96 VELUX
Declaration No. 932886-04
VELUX 97
IE:VELUX Company Ltd.
01 848 8775
IT:VELUX Italia s.p.a.
045/6173666
JP:VELUX-Japan Ltd.
0570-00-8145
LT:VELUX Lietuva, UAB
(85) 270 91 01
LV:VELUX Latvia SIA
67 27 77 33
NL:VELUX Nederland B.V.
030 - 6 629 629
NO:VELUX Norge AS
22 51 06 00
NZ:VELUX New Zealand Ltd.
0800 650 445
PL:VELUX Polska Sp. z o.o.
(022) 33 77 000 / 33 77 070
PT:VELUX Portugal, Lda
21 880 00 60
RO:VELUX România S.R.L.
0-8008-83589
RS:VELUX Srbija d.o.o.
011 3670 468
RU:ZAO VELUX
(495) 737 75 20
SE:VELUX Svenska AB
042/20 83 80
SI:VELUX Slovenija d.o.o.
01 724 68 68
SK:VELUX Slovensko, s.r.o.
(02) 33 000 555
TR:VELUX Çatı Pencereleri
Ticaret Limited Şirketi
0 216 302 54 10
UA:VELUX Ukraina TOV
(044) 2916070
US:VELUX America Inc.
1-800-88-VELUX
www.velux.com
directions for use for integra. ©2004, 2010 VELUX Group
Software version: 005.XXX.XXX.XXX
®V ELUX, the VELUX logo, INTEGRA, io-homecontrol and the io-homecontrol logo are registered trademarks
AR:VELUX Argentina S.A.
0 114 711 5666
AT:VELUX Österreich GmbH
02245/32 3 50
AU:VELUX Australia Pty. Ltd.
1300 859 856
BA:VELUX Bosna i Hercegovina d.o.o.
033/626 493, 626 494
BE:VELUX Belgium
(010) 42.09.09
BG:VELUX Bulgaria EOOD
02/955 95 26
BY:VELUX Roof Windows FE
(017) 217 7385
CA:VELUX Canada Inc.
1 800 88-VELUX (888-3589)
CH:VELUX Schweiz AG
0848 945 549
CL:VELUX Chile Limitada
2 953 6789
CN:VELUX (CHINA) CO. LTD.
0316-607 27 27
CZ:VELUX Česká republika, s.r.o.
531 015 511
DE:VELUX Deutschland GmbH
0180-333 33 99
DK:VELUX Danmark A/S
45 16 45 16
EE:VELUX Eesti OÜ
621 7790
ES:VELUX Spain, S.A.
91 509 71 00
FI:VELUX Suomi Oy
0207 290 800
FR:VELUX France
0821 02 15 15
0,119€ TTC/min
GB:VELUX Company Ltd.
01592 778 225
HR:VELUX Hrvatska d.o.o.
01/5555 444
HU:VELUX Magyarország Kft.
(06/1) 436-0601
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