SIDEMOUNT WITH EXTENSION BRACKET

SIDEMOUNT WITH EXTENSION BRACKET
BASICS
A few simple tools are required:
- Measuring tape
- Power drill, drill bits
- Hex head and/or Phillips driver bit
- Pencil
OUTSIDE MOUNT (When Battery Wand Is Mounted On The Wall)
SIDEMOUNT WITH EXTENSION BRACKET (Optional)
The brackets are mounted with two screws through the back end of the
brackets flat against the window molding or the wall above the window. The
brackets requires a minimum surface 1/2" high.
Measure from window sill up to desired mounting
position on each side of the window frame and
mark the position.
Mount Extension Brackets on each side of window
frame as shown. Make sure to confirm that headrail
will sit perfectly level.
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Additional fasteners other than those sent with your shade may be required
depending on the mounting surface. Wallboard and plaster require the use
of anchors such as expansion or toggle bolts. Brick, tile or stone need
special plugs and drill bits. Remember to always pre-drill holes in wood to
avoid splitting.
/2”
Valance
Bracket
Installation
Screw
Once Extension Brackets are installed and properly
positioned, attach the Omni Mounting Bracket and
Valance Bracket using the nuts and bolts provided.
Omni
Bracket
1/2”
Extension Bracket
(optional)
Valance Bracket
Mounting Bracket
Installation
Screw
Installation Screw
(2 per Bracket)
Spacer Block
(for outside mount)
BRACKET INSTALLATION
Shade Width # of Brackets
up to 40”
2
>40” - 72”
3
>72” - 84”
4
>84”
5
End brackets should be located with edges no further than 2" in from each
end.
Space
Space
2”
2”
Evenly
Evenly
(5 cm)
(5 cm)
max
max
BATTERY WAND ATTACHMENT
OUTSIDE MOUNT (When Battery Wand Is Mounted On The Headrail)
Headrail Attachment
The brackets are mounted with
two screws through the back end
of the brackets and two spacer
blocks flat against the window
molding or the wall above the
window. The brackets requires a
minimum surface 1/2" high. The
spacer blocks are required to
project the headrail away from the
wall to provide room for the
battery wand.
Remove the paper backing from the
adhesive backing on the clip. Attach
the clip to back of the headrail as
shown.
Two Spacer
Blocks
Be sure that the first clip is 6” in from
the end of the headrail and the
second clip is 12” from the first. This
will allow room for the installation
brackets.
EXTENSION BRACKETS (Optional)
Optional Extension Brackets are used to project the back of the shade up to
2 3/8" from the mounting surface. Attach the Installation Brackets to the
Extension Bracket with the nut and bolt provided.
Nut
Valance
Bracket
12”
Snap the battery wand
into the clips.
6”
Wall Attachment
Using one screw per clip, attach the
clips to the wall as shown.
Extension
Bracket
Omni
Bracket
Bolt
Depending on the width of the shade, additional brackets may be necessary
and should be evenly spaced between the two end brackets.
Using the Installation Bracket as a template, measure and mark the screw
holes. When mounting brackets, make sure they are in line and level.
Installation
Screws
Be sure that the distance between the
first clip and the second clip is 12”.
Rubber
Bands
Place the rubber bands on the battery
wand so that when the wand is in the
clips, the rubber bands will prevent the
wand from sliding out. See diagram to
the right.
INSIDE MOUNT
HANGING THE SHADE
The brackets are mounted flat against the top sill surface. To fully recess the
shade (without a battery wand on the back) requires a flat surface with a
minimum depth of 1 13/16". To fully recess the shade (with a battery wand
on the back) requires a flat surface with a minimum depth of 2 5/8". Shallow
mounting requires 1 1/8" minimum.
First lower the shade to about an inch (2-3cm) below the headrail. This will
help keep the fabric from getting caught between the brackets and the
headrail. Position the headrail with the front lip (A) resting on the top hooks
of all the brackets. Make sure no fabric is pinched between the brackets and
the headrail.
Fully Recessed with Valance
3”
Flush Headrail
Shown
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/2”
Valance
Bracket
Installation
Screw
Omni
Bracket
1 7/8”
21
/2”
1 7/8”
Push the bottom of the A
headrail firmly upwards
and toward the window
until the groove at the
bottom of the headrail
Push here upwards and toward the window.
snaps into place.
B
Once the shade is installed, plug the battery wand into the motor (Shade will
“Jog” when battery is plugged in).
Setting Favorites and Re-Adjusting Limits
ADJUST LENGTH OR EQUALIZATION
NOTE: When adjusting limits on a shade, unplug all other motorized
shades. When completed with adjusting limits, plug the motors back in.
Adjustments can be made by sliding cord clips #1 and #3. Sliding the clips
closer to the cradle will lengthen that side. Sliding clips away from the cradle
will shorten that side. Clips #2 and #4 must remain equal distances from the
cradles.
Setting an Intermediate Position (IP)
1) Press the UP or DOWN directional button on the previously
addressed transmitter until the shade reaches a desired intermediate
position, then press the MY (Stop) button to stop. If necessary adjust
the desired position with a brief press of either the UP or DOWN
button.
2) Press and hold the MY (Stop) button on the transmitter until the
shade jogs. Intermediate position is now added to memory
3) Activate the shade intermediate position by pressing the MY (Stop)
button from ANY shade position.
Do not adjust clips #2 and #4
my
3) Press and hold either the UP or DOWN button on the transmitter to
adjust shade to new position.
4) Press and hold the MY (Stop) button until the shade jogs. New
Upper Limit (Up Stop Position) is now added to memory.
2) Once shade stops at pre-set down limit, press and hold the UP and
DOWN buttons simultaneously on the transmitter until the shade jogs.
3) Press and hold either the UP or DOWN button on the transmitter to
adjust shade to new position.
4) Press and hold the MY (Stop) button until shade jogs. New lower
limit (Down Stop Position) is now added to memory
my
Pressing the middle button
will bring the shade to the
Intermediate Position.
To Lengthen
To Shorten
INSTALLING THE VALANCE
Align the valance with the Valance Brackets. Gently push at each
bracket location until the valance is fully seated.
my
my
my
SHADE REMOVAL
my
my
my
my
SHADE OPERATION
Pressing the down button
will fully open the shade.
Do Not Move
my
Re-adjusting Lower Limit (DOWN Shade Position)
1) Press the DOWN directional button on the transmitter. Shade will
travel to the pre-set DOWN limit.
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3
Do Not Move
Re-adjusting Upper Limit (UP Shade Position)
2) Once shade stops at pre-set up limit, press and hold the UP and
DOWN buttons simultaneously on the transmitter until the shade jogs.
2
my
Note: Shade should be stationary prior to activating intermediate
position function. If shade is actively moving (in-motion) MY (Stop)
button should be pressed twice. To Delete: Activate shade to (IP)
position, then press and hold the MY (Stop) button for 5 seconds.
1) Press the UP directional button on the transmitter. Shade will travel
to the pre-set UP limit.
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Pressing the up button will
fully close the shade.
To remove a shade, insert a screwdriver
between the headrail and bottom back of the
bracket (tab which extends out slightly from
each bracket).
Gently pry the screwdriver to release the
bracket from the headrail.
Take care not to damage the painted finish of
the headrail.
As you release the brackets, support the Insert screwdriver
here and gently pry.
headrail to keep it from falling.
CLEANING AND CARE
Roman shades are as easy to clean as they are to operate. Roman fabrics
are anti-static and actually repel dust. Occasional vacuuming with a soft
bristle attachment is all that is needed. Also, the use of a feather duster or
dust buster at a low setting will help keep your shades clean and fresh.
Roman shades may also be cleaned ultrasonically.
152072
Rev. C
5/16/07
Installation
Instructions
for
Motorized
Roman
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