Savant BLASTER, Remote User manual

Savant BLASTER, Remote User manual
REMOTE and BLASTER
USER GUIDE
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
GESTURES
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A QUICK TOUR OF YOUR SAVANT REMOTE
OVERVIEW
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THE POWER BUTTON
MAIN SCREENS
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SAVANT BLASTERS
GETTING STARTED
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SETTING UP YOUR SAVANT REMOTE.
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USING FAVORITES
UNDERSTANDING DEVICES AND SERVICES
CONTROLLING AN INDIVIDUAL DEVICE
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CONTROLLING SONOS IN A SINGLE ROOM
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CONTROLLING SONOS DEVICES IN MULTIPLE ROOMS
USING SCENES
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
USING SERVICES
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OTHER SCREENS
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ABOUT SCENES
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ADDING SCENES TO YOUR SAVANT HOME
ACTIVATING A SCENE
USING PROFILES
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ABOUT USER PROFILES
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CREATING AND EDITING PROFILES
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SWITCHING BETWEEN PROFILES ON THE SAVANT REMOTE
SETTINGS
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THE REMOTE BASE
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DEVICE COMMANDS
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CUSTOMER SUPPORT
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TUTORIALS
NOTICES
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USING SMART TVS
USING VOICE COMMANDS
TROUBLESHOOTING
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UNDERSTANDING LED STATUS LIGHTS ON SAVANT PRODUCTS
FINDING LED STATUS LIGHTS ON SAVANT PRODUCTS
RESETTING SAVANT PRODUCTS
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CARING FOR YOUR SAVANT REMOTE
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BLASTER
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NOTIFICATIONS
PROFILE
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REMOTE PASSCODE
ROOM
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SCENE
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SERVICES
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SMART TV
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REGULATORY NOTICES
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FCC INTERFERENCE STATEMENT: SAVANT REMOTE
INDUSTRY CANADA STATEMENT: SAVANT REMOTE
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FCC INTERFERENCE STATEMENT: REMOTE BASE
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INDUSTRY CANADA STATEMENT: REMOTE BASE
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NEW PRODUCT LIMITED WARRANTY
INDEX
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SOFTWARE UPDATES
HOST
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WI-FI NETWORKS AND YOUR SAVANT HOME
GLOSSARY
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INTRODUCTION
Savant is a premium automation experience that will change the way you enjoy your home. Using
advanced technology to make things simple, it offers you convenient control of your home from
anywhere.
–– Use a Savant Remote to control all your entertainment—TV, smart TV1, cable TV, Sonos, Apple
TV, and more
–– Stream Sonos playlists through Savant and enjoy the best of both worlds when entertaining
friends or hanging out with family
–– Adjust lamps anywhere in the house when you wake up—and if you leave home in a hurry, just
turn them off remotely
–– Create instant ambiance with Savant Scenes that combine lighting and entertainment
This User Guide tells you everything you need to know about how to set up and enjoy your Savant
Home using the Savant Remote.
NOTE:
Each Savant Remote is paired with a specific Remote Base. Savant Remotes and Savant
Bases are not interchangeable. If you have multiple Remotes, ensure that each Remote
remains paired with the Remote Base that it was originally packed with in its box.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
The Savant Remote enables you to:
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Control over 380,000 entertainment devices
Control lighting with Savant Lamp Controllers
Stream your favorite playlists to any room with a Sonos speaker
Define and activate scenes that control multiple devices at once
Tailor experiences for individual people in your home through user profiles
The Savant App™ and the Savant Host™
Setting up a Savant Remote requires the Savant App and a Savant Host. The Savant App runs on an
Android or iOS smartphone or tablet. You can download the free Savant App from the Google Play
Store or the Apple App Store.
The Savant Host acts as a communication hub in your Savant Home, enabling the Savant App and
the Savant Remote to communicate with Savant devices and supported 3rd-party devices you have
added to your Savant Home.
For technical requirements and other information about using the Savant App, see the Savant App,
Host, and Lamp Control User Guide. Savant User Guides are available at www.savant.com/support.
The Savant Blaster
An optional addition to your Savant Home, the Savant Blaster enables your Savant Remote to
communicate with entertainment devices that are not in a direct line of sight with the Remote Base.
For example, if an entertainment device is behind a cabinet door that blocks IR signals from the
Remote Base, you can place a Savant Blaster inside the cabinet to relay commands from the
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Savant supports most smart TV models by Sony, Samsung, and LG
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Remote Base. The Blaster receives commands over Bluetooth and issues infrared (IR) commands to
devices within its direct line of sight.
Each Savant Remote supports up to three Savant Blasters.
GESTURES
In this User Guide, you will occasionally find directions to swipe right or swipe left on the screen of
your Savant Remote.
To swipe right, place your finger on the left side of the screen and slide your finger to the right.
To swipe left, place your finger on the right side of the screen and slide your finger to the left.
TUTORIALS
The Savant App includes animated tutorials showing you how to use Savant products, including the
Savant Remote.
To access the tutorials, do the following:
1. Download the Savant App from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store and install it on
your smartphone or tablet.
2. Launch the Savant App.
3. On the Home View of the Savant App, tap the Menu icon (
) at the top of the screen.
) in the upper right corner of the screen.
5. Scroll to the bottom of the Settings screen, and tap Tutorials.
The Savant App displays panels with tutorials for Savant products and features.
6. To activate a tutorial, tap on it.
4. On the Rooms View screen, tap the Settings icon (
CUSTOMER SUPPORT
For help with your Savant products, please visit Savant Support:
www.savant.com/support
You can also call Savant Support toll-free at:
1-855-5SAVANT (1-855-572-8268)
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NOTICES
Warning
Risk of Electric Shock. Install in accordance with all regional, national, and local
electrical codes.
Warning
Risk of Serious Injury, Death, or Property Damage or Loss. Install and use
properly—as described in this and other product documents—to avoid danger of
injury, death, or property damage or loss.
Warning
Risk of Serious Injury, Death, or Property Damage or Loss. If you are unsure
about any part of these instructions, consult Customer Service or a qualified
dealer.
Warning
Risk of Overheating. To reduce the risk of overheating and possible damage to
other equipment, install and use properly as described in this and other product
documents.
Warning
For the Savant Lamp Control: Prior to changing a light bulb or performing any
other maintenance to the light fixture, turn off the lamp controller via the Savant
App™ or unplug the lamp itself from the Savant Lamp Control.
Caution
This product generates heat during normal operation.
Caution
Charging your device: Please use only the Savant power adaptor and USB
charging cable packed with and intended for use with your Savant product.
Other power adaptors and accessories may damage your device. Do not use a
power adaptor and cable intended for other models of Savant products. Do not
use a power adaptor or cable that has frayed or otherwise been damaged.
Caution
Your Savant product is an electronic/electrical device. Follow the same basic
safety procedures and cautions you would follow with any electrical device.
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Caution
Your Savant device, USB cables, and adaptors are not waterproof. To avoid
risk of electric shock, overheating, melting, burns or other injury or damage,
keep the device and all accessories away from water and other liquids. Do not
use the cable if either end of the cable gets wet or is exposed to liquid spray
or excessive moisture. Do not expose your Savant device, cables, and power
adaptor to food or any liquids, or to wet or damp conditions.
Caution
The small hole next to the power button on the top of the Remote is the
microphone. This opening is not a reset pinhole. Do not insert objects into the
microphone opening.
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A QUICK TOUR OF YOUR SAVANT REMOTE
OVERVIEW
The diagram below shows the main features of your Savant Remote.
POWER
MICROPHONE
TOUCHSCREEN
DISPLAY
NAVIGATION
(D-pad)
CHANNEL
VOLUME
VOICE
COMMAND
REMOTE
BASE
The features of your Savant Remote
The Savant Remote includes these features:
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A power button at the top of the Remote
A built-in microphone at the top of the Remote
A touchscreen display that provides a smartphone-like interface for your Remote
Navigation controls (a pad with four arrows)
Volume controls (two raised buttons on the left)
Channel controls (two raised buttons on the right)
A voice command button ( ) to activate the built-in microphone
Standard TV remote buttons, such as Mute, Last, Exit, and Guide, so you can replace all your
other remotes with the Savant Remote
–– Buttons for Rewind, Play, Fast Forward, Select, Pause, and Stop
–– A Remote Base that serves as a cradle and charging station for the Remote
Caution
The small hole next to the power button on the top of the Remote is the
microphone. This opening is not a reset pinhole. Do not insert objects into the
microphone opening.
THE REMOTE BASE
The Remote Base is an important element of your Savant Remote. The Remote Base, which
should always be connected to a power outlet, recharges the Remote when it is placed in the
Base. In addition, the Remote Base includes six IR emitters, which transmit IR signals to TVs and
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other entertainment devices. The IR emitters are arranged to simultaneously transmit signals in all
directions, increasing coverage for nearby devices.
NOTE:
Because the Savant Remote’s IR emitters are located in the Remote Base, pointing the
Remote itself at a TV or other device has no effect on the transmission of IR signals. To
ensure that IR commands are transmitted easily, please ensure that the Remote Base is
set up in direct line of sight and within 30 feet of the entertainment devices it is expected
to control. Also, remove any obstacles between the Remote Base and the devices you
want to control. If you cannot remove the obstacles, place a Savant Blaster directly in
front of the entertainment devices themselves, so the Blaster can relay signals from the
Remote Base.
THE POWER BUTTON
Use power button on the top of the Savant Remote to control power for the Remote and for
entertainment devices.
–– To turn the Remote on or off, press and hold the button for 5 seconds.
–– To turn off all the entertainment devices in the room, press the button for less than 1 second.
–– To turn on the devices that were most recently active, press the button for less than 1 second.
When the Remote is on, it will sleep when not in use and wake up automatically when you lift it.
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MAIN SCREENS
There are three main screens on your Savant Remote: Favorites, Services, and Scenes. These
screens appear in the touchscreen display.
Favorites
The leftmost screen, Favorites, displays the TV channels you use most often. Your Savant Remote
automatically generates a list of popular channels as your Favorites and updates the ordering of
them based on your usage.
Your Savant Home can support multiple user profiles, one for each person in your Savant Home.
Each user profile has its own list of Favorites.
The Now Playing
icon, which appears
when devices are
active.
Battery charge
indicator.
A scrollable list
of Favorites. Tap
a channel to
activate it.
Menu to access
other screens,
including Settings.
The Favorites Screen
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Services
The center screen, Services, lists all the services available from the devices in your Savant Home.
Typical services might include a smart TV (such as the Sony smart TV in the example below),
DirecTV, Sonos, and Lighting.
Battery charge
indicator.
The Now Playing
activity indicator.
A scrollable list
of services. Tap
a service to
activate it.
Menu to access
other screens,
including Settings.
The Services screen
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Scenes
The rightmost screen, Scenes, lists all the scenes available to the current profile.
A scene is a collection of device settings that you activate at one time. Using your Savant Remote,
you can set up scenes and activate them.
Battery charge
indicator.
The Now Playing
activity indicator.
A scrollable list of
scenes. Tap a scene
to activate it.
Menu to access
other screens,
including Settings.
Feature for adding
scenes.
The Scenes screen
OTHER SCREENS
Profiles
Your Savant Remote can tailor its features for specific users in your Savant Home. To learn more,
see “Using Profiles” on page 25.
Settings
The Settings screen enables you to adjust the configuration of your Savant Remote. For example,
you can adjust the brightness of the screen and how long the Remote should remain idle before
turning off its screen to save power. To learn more, see “Settings” on page 28.
SAVANT BLASTERS
You may pair up to three Savant Blasters with a Savant Remote, giving you control over
entertainment devices that are not in a direct line of sight with the Remote Base.
Each Blaster includes its own IR emitters, which send control signals to entertainment devices
within its direct line of sight. All Blasters must be placed within 30 feet of the Savant Remote Base
and within 30 feet and in front of the devices they will control.
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GETTING STARTED
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Before you set up your Savant Remote, do the following:
1. Unpack and plug in your Savant Host. Make sure the Host is set up in a central location of your
home with good Wi-Fi® connectivity. A solid green LED status light indicates that the Host is
connected to your Wi-Fi network. If you need help setting up your Host, please refer to the Host
Quick Start Guide.
A green LED status light on a Savant Host
2. Follow the instructions in the Savant App, Host, and Lamp Control User Guide to create a Savant
account and set up your Savant Host.
NOTE:
You will not be able to use your Savant Remote without a Savant account and a Savant
Host.
SETTING UP YOUR SAVANT REMOTE.
1. Unpack the Savant Remote.
2. Plug in the Remote Base using the power cable included with your Remote.
Plugging in your Savant Remote
3. Position the Remote Base so that it has a clear line of sight to any TV or entertainment device
that you want to control without using Savant Blasters.
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4. Position a Savant Blaster next to any entertainment device you want to control with your Savant
Remote that is not in a direct line of sight with the Remote Base.
–– The Remote Base communicates over Bluetooth with the Blaster, which issues IR commands
to the device.
–– To support Bluetooth communications, each Blaster must be within 30 feet of the Remote
Base.
–– A single Blaster can communicate with multiple entertainment devices as long as they are
close by and not blocked from line of sight to the Blaster.
5. Follow the instructions in the Savant App, Host, and Lamp Control User Guide to add your
Savant Remote and other devices to your Savant Home. The Savant App also enables you to
pair Blasters with specific entertainment devices.
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USING FAVORITES
The Favorites panel displays a scrollable list of icons for a profile’s most popular TV channels. To
activate a channel, tap its icon.
The Favorites screen
Favorites can be edited in the Savant App. For more information, please refer to the Savant App,
Host, and Lamp Control User Guide.
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USING SERVICES
UNDERSTANDING DEVICES AND SERVICES
On the Savant Remote and in the Savant App, the term “devices” refers to all the devices that you
can control in your Savant Home—everything from TVs to lighting to Sonos speakers.
“Services” refers to the capabilities of those devices. For example, Lighting is the service of a Savant
Lamp Controller.
Use the Savant App to add and configure devices in your Savant Home. Please refer to the Savant
App, Host, and Lamp Control User Guide for details.
CONTROLLING AN INDIVIDUAL DEVICE
To control an individual device, do the following:
6. On the Devices screen, tap the name of the device you want to control.
Your Savant Remote displays a list of commands for the device. For example, here is the keypad
for controlling cable TV.
Keypad for controlling a Cable TV
7. Control the device using the onscreen keypad or list of commands. In some cases can swipe to
access additional controls.
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CONTROLLING SONOS IN A SINGLE ROOM
NOTE:
To learn how to add Sonos devices to your Savant Home, please refer to the Savant App,
Host, and Lamp Control User Guide.
To control Sonos in a single room, do the following:
1. Open the Services screen on your Savant Remote, and tap Sonos.
The Sonos system begins playing the content currently selected. To change the content, use the
Savant App.
2. To adjust the volume of your Sonos system, use the volume buttons on the front of your Savant
Remote.
CONTROLLING SONOS DEVICES IN MULTIPLE ROOMS
You can use your Savant Remote to play content on Sonos devices in multiple rooms, including
rooms where a Savant Remote is not set up. All Sonos devices will play the same content. Using the
Savant Remote, you can adjust the volume and start and stop Sonos in individual rooms.
Selecting Rooms for Streaming Sonos Content
To control the distribution of Sonos content, do the following:
1. Open the Services screen on the Savant Remote, and tap Sonos.
The Savant Remote displays its Sonos screen and begins playing the content currently selected
for your Sonos system. To change the content, use the Savant App..
The Now Playing screen
2. To change the rooms where Sonos is playing, tap the name of the room at the top of the screen.
The Savant Remote displays a screen listing the rooms in your Savant Home with Sonos devices.
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3. Select the rooms where you want Sonos to play. Tap Done.
Selecting rooms for Sonos
The Savant Remote displays volume controls for all the rooms you select.
4. Use the volume controls to adjust the volume of your Sonos devices.
Sonos volume controls
for multiple rooms
5. Tap Close.
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Playing Sonos Content Once Rooms Have Been Selected
If you have already selected multiple rooms for streaming content, the Sonos screen shows the
number of rooms you selected. In the example below, Sonos is playing in the Living Room and two
other rooms..
The Now Playing screen showing the
number of rooms playing Sonos
To open volume controls for all the rooms, tap the room name at the top of the screen.
On the volume controls screen, tap Rooms if you want add or remove rooms streaming Sonos.
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USING SCENES
ABOUT SCENES
In a Savant Home, a scene creates ambiance with a tap.
A scene is a collection of device settings that you activate at the same time with the press of a
button. For example, you can create a scene that dims the lights and plays your favorite jazz playlist
on your Sonos sound system. You can give the scene a name like Date Night or Relax.
Once you have set up the scene, you can activate it any time by tapping the name in the list of
scenes. You can also schedule scenes to start automatically.
Your Savant App gives you a great deal of freedom in scheduling scenes. For example, you can
program your Dinner Jazz scene to start every night at 6 pm or 1 hour after sunset. You can even
program the scene to start 1 hour after sunset on Fridays between June 10 and August 20 but at no
other time.
ADDING SCENES TO YOUR SAVANT HOME
There are two ways of adding a scene.
–– Capturing a Scene
You can use the Savant Remote or the Savant App to capture a scene from the current settings
of devices and services in your home.
–– Building a Scene
You can use the Savant App to select the devices, services, and settings you want to include in a
scene. For more information, see the Savant App, Host, and Lamp Control User Guide.
The steps for “Capturing a Scene with the Savant Remote” on page 22 guide you through how
to capture a scene with the Savant Remote.
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NOTE:
If a scene includes any Sonos devices, you can add the scene only by capturing it, not by
building it.
NOTE:
You can schedule a scene to start automatically based on a clock time or celestial time.
Please refer to the Savant App, Host, and Lamp Control User Guide for details.
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Capturing a Scene with the Savant Remote
To capture a scene by recording current settings of devices and services, do the following:
1. From the main screen, swipe left to open the Scenes screen.
2. Tap the plus sign (+) in the lower right corner of the screen.
A screen appears, listing the rooms in your Savant Home.
3. Tap the name of each room you would like to include in the scene.
The picture below shows an example of a list of rooms that can be included in a scene:
Capturing rooms for a scene
When you first select a room, the Savant Remote lists the services available in that room under
the room’s name.
4. To include only certain services from a room in the scene you are capturing, select or deselect
the services listed under the room.
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5. Tap Next.
The Savant Remote lists possible names for the scene.
Selecting a name for a scene
6. Tap the name you want to use.
You can edit this name later using the Savant App.
7. Tap Save.
Your captured scene saves automatically to both the Savant Remote and the Savant App. The
services you selected can be recalled at any time by activating your new scene.
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Use the Savant App to edit a scene. For more information, see the Savant App, Host, and
Lamp Control User Guide.
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ACTIVATING A SCENE
To activate a scene manually, open the Scenes panel and tap the name of the scene.
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NOTE:
Once started, a scene continues until it is replaced by another scene or until you manually
change its devices and services.
NOTE:
If you have used the Scene Scheduler to schedule a recurring scene, the scene will begin
automatically based on the schedule you specified.
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USING PROFILES
ABOUT USER PROFILES
Your Savant App and the Savant Remote support user profiles: user accounts with different
preferences and permissions for controlling your Savant Home.
With user profiles, each family member can have fast access to their favorite scenes and channels.
You can also grant guests and babysitters limited access to services in your Savant Home.
There are three types of user profiles with varying degrees of permission for controlling your Savant
Home. Each user profile created must be associated with an email address.
A Guest User
A Guest user will have access only while within your Savant Home. Optionally, you can restrict this
user’s access to certain rooms, services, and scenes.
A Household User
A Household user can be given both local and remote access to your Savant Home. Optionally, you
can restrict this user’s access to certain rooms, services, and scenes.
An Admin User
An Admin user has complete control over the Savant App and all the features of your Savant Home,
including remote access for monitoring and controlling services and scenes. In addition, an Admin
user can create and manage other profiles.
CREATING AND EDITING PROFILES
Use the Savant App to create or edit profiles. Please refer to the Savant App, Host, and Lamp
Control User Guide for details.
SWITCHING BETWEEN PROFILES ON THE SAVANT REMOTE
To switch from one profile to another, do the following:
1. On the Devices screen, Scenes screen, or Favorites screen, tap the menu icon in the lower left
corner of the screen.
2. Tap the profile name at the top of the screen.
Your Savant Remote logs out the current user.
3. Tap the name of the profile you want to use.
4. If your Savant Remote requests a passcode for the profile, enter the passcode on the onscreen
keypad.
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The Main Menu displays the current profile at the top of the screen.
The active profile.
Tap here to open a
list of profiles for
your Savant Home.
The Main Menu
Tapping the profile displays a list of other profiles on the Remote.
A list of profiles in your Savant Home
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If a profile has been configured with a Remote Passcode, you must enter a four-digit number to
access the profile after you select it.
The Passcode keypad
To learn more about configuring profiles, see the Savant App, Host, and Lamp Control User Guide.
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SETTINGS
The Settings screen on your Savant Remote gives you access to controls for configuring your
Savant Remote. The Settings screen looks like this:
The Settings screen
–– About
The model number and FCC and IC numbers for your Savant Remote.
–– Devices
A list of connect devices. Selecting a device displays a list of commands for that device.
–– Brightness
A control for adjusting the brightness of your Savant Remote on a scale of 1 to 5. By default, the
brightness is set to 4.
–– Wake Sensitivity
A control for adjusting how sensitive your Savant Remote should be to movement. There are
three settings:
–– Low
–– Mid
–– High
By default, Wake Sensitivity is set to Mid.
–– Sleep
A control for adjusting how long your Savant Remote needs to be idle before the Remote goes
to sleep to save power. Options include:
–– 15 Seconds (the default setting)
–– 30 Seconds
–– 1 Minute
–– 2 Minutes
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DEVICE COMMANDS
From the Settings screen, you can select Devices and then the name of a specific device to display
a screen for issuing commands.
The image below shows an example of a Commands screen for cable TV.
Commands for a device
The Commands screen is especially useful if you are troubleshooting a device.
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USING SMART TVS
A smart TV is a TV that integrates Internet features, such as apps for streaming content. Savant
supports most smart TV models by Sony, Samsung, and LG.
If you have successfully added a smart TV to your Savant Home, a branded icon for the smart TV
appears in the service carousel on the Home View in the Savant App. For example:
A smart TV icon in the Home View
carousel
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On a Savant Remote, a smart TV is identified by its brand logo, as shown in the example below.
A smart TV listed on a Savant Remote
To control a smart TV, use the navigation buttons and other controls on the Savant Remote to
select apps and other features from the smart TV’s interface.
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USING VOICE COMMANDS
Your Savant Remote makes it easy to use voice commands to control your Savant Home.
NOTE:
In order to use voice commands, all the services must be set up and all the Favorites must
be selected beforehand.
To use voice commands, do the following:
1. Press the Voice Command button ( ) on your Remote.
2. When you see a circle spinning around the mic icon on the Remote screen, say your command.
–– Say “VOICE COMMANDS” to display a list of supported voice commands.
–– Say the name of a favorite channel like “FOOD NETWORK” or “ESPN” to switch to that
channel.
–– Say the name of a service, such as “APPLE TV” to automatically switch inputs.
–– Adjust the lights with a simple “LIGHTS ON” or “DIMMER.”
–– Say the name of a scene you have created, like “RELAX,” which could cue up a favorite Sonos
playlist and dim the lights.
NOTE:
The circle spinning around the mic icon indicates that the Remote is listening for a
command.
NOTE:The microphone in your Savant Remote turns on only when you press the Voice
Command button.
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The Voice Command feature does not currently support Amazon Echo or Apple Siri.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
WI-FI NETWORKS AND YOUR SAVANT HOME
Connecting to a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Network
Wi-Fi routers and access points operate at two different radio frequencies: 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz.
Your Savant Host and Savant devices are designed to communicate over 2.4 GHz.
Most routers and access points in homes today operate at 2.4 GHz. This is the frequency supported
by the Wi-Fi protocols 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g, the most popular protocols available for home
Wi-Fi networks.
802.11n, a newer Wi-Fi protocol, can operate at either 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz. A Wi-Fi device such as a
smartphone or tablet can only connect to one network at a time. To be able to use the Savant App,
connect to a password-protected network running at 2.4 GHz.
802.11ac, the newest Wi-Fi protocol, operates only at 5 GHz. However, some 802.11ac access points
are dual-band devices, meaning that they support both 5 GHz with 802.11ac and 2.4 GHz using an
older protocol such as 802.11b.
To confirm that your Wi-Fi equipment supports 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi, look for any of the following on the
packaging or labeling of your Wi-Fi access point or router:
––
––
––
––
––
2.4 GHz
802.11a
802.11b
802.11g
802.11n with either 2.4 GHz or dual-band
Savant Names in Lists of Local Wi-Fi Networks
After you have added Savant devices such as Lamp Controllers to your Savant Home, you may
notice Savant names appearing in the list of your local Wi-Fi networks. Savant devices transmit
Wi-Fi signals, but they do not serve as general-purpose access points. Do not try to connect other
devices, such as laptops, to Savant devices as though they were network access points. Instead,
connect to your local Wi-Fi network.
Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network through a Repeater
Each Savant Host connects to a single Wi-Fi network.
If your house is large or includes barriers such as brick walls, you may have set up your network
with repeaters to extend the range of your Wi-Fi access.
If the repeaters create new local networks with names that differ from the name of your main Wi-Fi
network, you will need to deploy additional Savant Hosts, one for each uniquely named network, to
connect to your extended networks.
Password Protection
The Savant App requires your Wi-Fi network to be password-protected. If you have not assigned a
password to your Wi-Fi network, please do so before setting up your Savant Home.
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SOFTWARE UPDATES
From time to time, Savant will issue software updates for your Savant products. These updates will
download automatically. When they are downloading, the LED status light on any product being
updated will blink slowly yellow and green. You may also see a screen like the one shown below in
the Savant App.
Savant App message about a software
update
When an update is taking place, do not unplug any of your Savant products. Allow the update to
complete successfully. Updates should take only a few minutes to complete.
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UNDERSTANDING LED STATUS LIGHTS ON SAVANT PRODUCTS
Savant products use the following codes on their LED status lights:
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LED Status Light
Description
Off or no light present
The device may not be powered on or connected to a power
source.
Rapidly blinking red
The device is being reset to its factory defaults. After rapidly
blinking red, the light will glow solid yellow for a minute or less
and then begin slowly blinking yellow.
Rapidly blinking yellow
The device is responding to a Locate command in the Savant
App.
Slowly blinking yellow
The device is ready to be connected to your network.
Temporary solid yellow
(1 minute maximum)
The device is currently loading and should change when
finished.
Permanent solid yellow
(More than a minute)
Device cannot locate the Wi-Fi it was connected to originally.
Slowly blinking green
The device is connecting to your network and establishing
communication with the Savant Host or Savant App. If the
blinking remains constant, the device is connected to Wi-Fi but
not to the Host.
Solid green
The device has established communication with the Savant
Host and your network.
Slowly blinking yellow and
green
The device is receiving a software update over your Wi-Fi
network. Please do not unplug the device until the software
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FINDING LED STATUS LIGHTS ON SAVANT PRODUCTS
The illustrations below show the locations of LED status lights on Savant products
.
The LED status light on the Savant Host
The LED status light on the bottom of a
Savant Remote Base
The LED status light on the
Lamp Controller
The LED status light on the bottom of a
Savant Blaster
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RESETTING SAVANT PRODUCTS
NOTE:
If you are having difficulty with a device, we recommend powering it off and on before
you try resetting it. If you reset a device such as a Lamp Control, you remove it from your
Savant Home. You will need to add it to your Savant Home again, once the device has
powered up. If you reset the Savant Host, you remove all devices from your Savant Home,
and will need to add all devices again to recreate the configuration of your Savant Home.
Rather than begin troubleshooting by resetting a device, we strongly recommend first power
cycling the device and leaving the device unplugged and powered off for 30 seconds.
–– To power cycle a Savant Remote, remove the Savant Remote from its Base, press and hold the
power button on the top of the Remote for 5 seconds to fully power off the Remote, and then
unplug the Remote Base from its power cable.
–– To power cycle a Savant Lamp Controller, unplug it from the wall outlet.
–– To power cycle a Savant Blaster, remove its batteries.
–– To power cycle a Savant Host, unplug its power cable.
If power cycling does not fix the problem, we recommend that you next call Savant Support.
When instructed by Savant Support, you can reset a Savant Host, a Savant Remote Base, or a
Savant Lamp Control by inserting the straight end of a paper clip into a pinhole on the device. Be
sure that the device remains plugged into its power outlet when being reset.
Caution
The small hole next to the power button on the top of the Savant Remote is the
microphone. This opening is not a reset pinhole. Do not insert objects into the
microphone opening.
Pressing the reset pinhole or reset button for 5 seconds on the Remote Base, Lamp Control, and
Savant Blaster will reset that device. If a device has already been added to a Savant Home, resetting
the device removes it from the Savant Home and prepares the device so it can be added again.
Resetting a Savant Remote
The Savant Remote does not have a reset pinhole. The small hole next to the power button on the
top of the Remote is the microphone. This opening is not a reset pinhole. Do not insert objects into
the microphone opening.
To reset a Savant Remote, power the device completely off by pressing and holding the power
button for 5 seconds. Note that resetting the Remote with the power button will not clear the
device’s network information or remove the device from the configuration of your Savant Home.
To completely reset a Savant Remote, clearing the device’s network information and removing the
device from your Savant Home, press the reset pinhole on the Remote Base that is paired with the
Remote.
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Each Savant Remote is uniquely paired with its Remote Base. To reset a Savant Remote,
be sure you have identified the Remote Base originally packaged with the Remote.
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Finding Reset Pinholes on Savant Products
Refer to the diagrams below to identify the location of the reset pinholes on your Savant products.
The reset pinhole on the Savant Host
The reset pinhole on the bottom of a
Savant Remote Base
The reset pinhole on the
Lamp Controller
The Savant Blaster has a reset button rather than a pinhole. The diagram below shows the location
of this button on the bottom of the Blaster.
The reset button on the bottom of a
Savant Blaster
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CARING FOR YOUR SAVANT REMOTE
To clean the touchscreen of your Savant Remote, first power off the Remote and then use a dry,
soft, lint-free or micro-fiber cloth to wipe the display clean. Avoid using any spray or liquid cleaners
on the screen.
To clean the outside of any of your Savant products, please use a dry, soft, lint-free or micro-fiber
cloth to wipe any dust from the surface of your device. Do not use any spray or liquid cleaners, or
any aerosol sprays, solvents, chemicals, or abrasives, which may damage the device.
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GLOSSARY
BLASTER
A Savant device that emits IR signals to local devices such as televisions when those devices are
blocked from a direct line of sight to the Remote Base.
The Blaster communicates with a Savant Remote Base over Bluetooth.
HOST
A Savant product that stores device and configuration settings, communicates with other Savant
products in your home, and communicates with the Savant cloud.
NOTIFICATIONS
Status messages that appear on your mobile device, informing you about changes in your Savant
Home.
PROFILE
A user account for your Savant Home. There are three types of profiles, each with a different
scope of permissions: Admin, Household, and Guest. Each profile must be associated with an email
address unique to that profile.
REMOTE PASSCODE
A 4-digit numerical passcode assigned to a user profile, enabling each Savant Remote user to
access a protected profile for a personalized experience. This passcode is configured in the Savant
App but is used only on the Savant Remote. The Remote Passcode is different from the Savant
Account password which a user enters when logging in to the Savant App.
ROOM
A room in your house with one or more devices configured in your Savant System.
SCENE
One or more devices with specific settings that can be activated collectively through a single name
such as Playtime or Movie Night.
SERVICES
The capabilities of all the devices currently configured in your Savant Home. For example, the
Lighting service is available if your Savant Home’s devices include Savant Lamp Controllers.
SMART TV
A TV that integrates Internet features such as apps for streaming content.
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REGULATORY NOTICES
FCC INTERFERENCE STATEMENT: SAVANT REMOTE
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
–– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
–– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
–– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
–– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter.
FCC and IC Identifier For Savant Remote
This device electronically displays the FCC declaration of conformity logo as well as the FCC and IC
identifier. This information can be found on the device by accessing:
(main menu)
Settings
About.
Identificateur de la FCC et d’IC pour Savant Remote
Ce périphérique par voie électronique affiche le logo de déclaration de conformité FCC ainsi que
l’identificateur de la FCC et d’IC. Cette information peut être trouvée sur le terminal en accédant à:
(menu principal)
Settings (Paramètres)
About (A propos de).
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INDUSTRY CANADA STATEMENT: SAVANT REMOTE
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device.
e présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio
L
exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes:
1. L’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et
2. L’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage
est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.
–– This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
–– Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
–– This device complies with RSS-310 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the condition that
this device does not cause harmful interference.
–– Cet appareil est conforme à la norme RSS-310 d’Industrie Canada. L’opération est soumise à la
condition que cet appareil ne provoque aucune interférence nuisible.
–– This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any
other antenna or transmitter, except tested built-in radios. The County Code Selection feature is
disabled for products marketed in the US/Canada.
–– Cet appareil et son antenne ne doivent pas être situés ou fonctionner en conjonction avec une
autre antenne ou un autre émetteur, exception faites des radios intégrées qui ont été testées. La
fonction de sélection de l’indicatif du pays est désactivée pour les produits commercialisés aux
États-Unis et au Canada.
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FCC INTERFERENCE STATEMENT: REMOTE BASE
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
–– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
–– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
–– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
–– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter.
Radiation Exposure Statement
This device meets the government’s requirements for exposure to radio waves.
This device is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio
frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. Government.
The exposure standard for wireless device employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6W/kg. *Tests for SAR are conducted
using standard operating positions accepted by the FCC with the device transmitting at its highest
certified power level in all tested frequency bands.
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INDUSTRY CANADA STATEMENT: REMOTE BASE
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio
exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes:
1. L’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et
2. L’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage
est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.
–– This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
–– Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
–– This device complies with RSS-310 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the condition that
this device does not cause harmful interference.
–– Cet appareil est conforme à la norme RSS-310 d’Industrie Canada. L’opération est soumise à la
condition que cet appareil ne provoque aucune interférence nuisible.
Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm
between the radiator and your body.
Déclaration d’exposition aux radiations
Cet équipement est conforme aux limites d’exposition aux rayonnements IC établies pour un
environnementnon contrôlé. Cet équipement doit être installé et utilisé avec un minimum de 20 cm
de distance entre la source de rayonnement et votre corps.
This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter, except tested built-in radios. The County Code Selection feature is disabled
for products marketed in the US/Canada.
Cet appareil et son antenne ne doivent pas être situés ou fonctionner en conjonction avec une autre
antenne ou un autre émetteur, exception faites des radios intégrées qui ont été testées. La fonction
de sélection de l’indicatif du pays est désactivée pour les produits commercialisés aux États-Unis et
au Canada.
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NEW PRODUCT LIMITED WARRANTY
THE FOLLOWING WARRANTY TERMS WERE IN EFFECT AS OF THE DATE YOUR DEVICE WAS
MANUFACTURED, AND ARE PROVIDED FOR YOUR REFERENCE ONLY. THE ACTUAL TERMS OF
YOUR WARRANTY ARE THE FULL TERMS THAT WERE IN EFFECT AS OF THE DATE OF YOUR
PURCHASE, WHICH MAY BE DIFFERENT THAN THE TERMS SET FORTH HEREIN.
TO FIND THE EXACT, FULL TERMS OF YOUR WARRANTY, PLEASE GO TO SAVANT.COM/
WARRANTY AND REVIEW THE TERMS APPLICABLE AS OF
THE DATE OF YOUR PURCHASE.
Savant Systems, LLC (“Savant”), Two-Year Limited Warranty Summary
Savant warrants the included hardware product and accessories against defects in materials and
workmanship for two (2) years from the date of original retail purchase. Savant does not warrant
(i) against normal wear and tear, (ii) against damage caused by accident or abuse, (iii) consumable
or expendable items (such as light bulbs, fuses, etc.), (iv) items that have had the serial number
removed or altered in any manner. This warranty does not cover the installation, removal, or
reinstallation of any product or accessory. To obtain service call Savant at 1-855-5SAVANT (1-855572-8268), or visit the Savant website at www.savant.com/support. Call charges and international
shipping charges may apply depending on location. The limited warranty described herein is
subject to the full terms, and detailed information on obtaining service, available at www.savant.
com/warranty and www.savant.com/support. If you submit a valid claim through this warranty,
Savant will either repair, replace, or refund your product at its own discretion. Warranty benefits are
in addition to rights provided under local consumer laws. You may be required to furnish proof of
purchase details when making a claim under this warranty.
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INDEX
A
P
admin user profile 25
Amazon Echo 32
Apple Siri 32
passcode 27
pinhole locations for resetting devices 37
power button on Remote 9, 10
power cable 7, 8, 14
powering Savant devices off and on 37
profiles
B
battery charge indicator 11
Blaster. See Savant Blaster
brightness of Remote screen 28
Brightness setting 28
buttons on Savant Remote 9
C
channel controls on Remote 9
cleaning the touchscreen 39
Commands screen for a device 29
controlling a device 17
D
devices 17
Devices screen 29
F
Favorites screen 11, 16
G
guest user profile 25
H
household user profile 25
L
Lamp Control. See Savant Lamp Control
LED status lights 35
M
Menu icon 11
microphone 8, 9, 32, 37
model number of Savant Remote 28
N
navigation controls 9
Now Playing indicator 11
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overview 25
Remote Passcode 27
switching between profiles 25–27
R
Remote Base
IR blasters 10
overview 9
Remote Passcodes 25, 27
S
safety notices 7–8
Savant App
creating and editing user profiles 25
overview 5
Savant Blaster
overview 5
positioning 13, 15
reset button 38
Savant Customer Support 6
Savant Host 5
setting up 14
Savant Lamp Control 5
Savant Remote
caution about microphone hole 37
power cable 14
resetting with pinhole on Remote Base 37
resetting with power button 37
setting up 14
scenes
activating a scene 24
building a scene 21
capturing a scene 22–23
overview 21
ways of adding scenes 21
Scenes screen 13
services 17
Services screen 12
Settings screen 28
sleep interval 28
smart TV 12
shown on a Savant Remote 31
software updates 34
Sonos 5, 12, 21
adding a scene with Sonos devices 21
controlling Sonos in a single room 18
controlling Sonos in multiple rooms 18–20
swipe gesture 6
T
tutorials 6
U
updates 34
user profiles. See profiles
V
voice command button 9
voice commands 32
volume controls on Remote 9
W
wake sensitivity setting 28
Wi-Fi
network requirements 33
password protection 33
Wi-Fi protocols and frequencies 33
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