Gaposa Standard Hardwire Motor Programming Instructions

Gaposa Standard Hardwire Motor Programming Instructions
Roller Shade Standard Hardwired (HW) Programming Instructions
Lower Limit Screw (when the motor is on the right side)
Upper Limit Screw (when motor is on the left side)
Upper Limit Screw (when the motor is on the right side)
Lower Limit Screw (when motor is on the left side)
Standard Hardwired Motor Wire Color Code
White: Neutral
Red:
Hot Directional Wire (115-volt)
Green: Ground
Black:
Hot Directional Wire (115-volt)
Standard Hardwired Motors cannot be wired in parallel
Voltage should be set at 115v – 60 Hz
Please Note Before Programming
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All motors may be connected to power during programming.
Tools Required
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Motor Tester
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Allen Wrench (Get size from Rob)
Step #1 – Connecting the Motor Test Switch
1. Connect a motor tester switch cable to the motor cable.
Make certain to match the wire colors on the motor to the
connectors on the motor tester switch and connect the
motor tester switch to power (plug it in to an outlet).
2. Identify the correct Up limit screw by finding the arrow on
the motor head which points in the direction that raises the
shade.
3. Turn the power on to ensure that the switch is operating
properly. Make sure that pressing Up on the switch raises
the shade and pressing Down on the switch lowers the
shade. If the directions are not correct, turn the power off
(unplug the tester switch from the outlet), and simple
reverse the black and red motor cables.
Step #2 – Setting the Upper Limit
1. Turn the tester switch on in the up direction.
2. If the motor stops before it reaches its upper limit, turn the
Up limit screw to the “+” direction until necessary.
3. If the motor does not stop at its upper limit, flip the motor
tester cable off and turn the Up limit screw to “-” direction
until necessary. Repeat this sequence until the correct
upper limit setting is achieved.
Step #3 – Setting the Lower Limit
1. Turn the tester switch on in the down direction.
2. If the motor stops before it reaches its lower limit, turn the
Down limit screw to the “+” direction until necessary.
3. If the motor does not stop at its upper limit, flip the motor
tester cable off and turn the Down limit screw to “-”
direction until necessary. Repeat this sequence until the
correct upper limit setting is achieved.
Mariak Industries, Inc.
1609 Lockness Place
Torrance, CA 90501
Ph: (800) 562-7425
Fx: (800) 459-6999
www.mariak.com
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