Control4 C4-SR260, C4-SR260I User guide

Control4 C4-SR260, C4-SR260I User guide
System Remote Control
SR-260
SR-260 buttons
User Guide
SR-260
SR-260-I
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Use the SR-260 to control devices throughout your Control4
home automation system.
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Features
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Navigate system menus and access media on a TV or other
display using the on-screen TV interface.
Navigate system menus and access media using the remote’s
own text-based List interface.
Two-way communication with your Control4 system.
Backlit display with a text-based visual interface.
50 buttons total, including quick access buttons, transport
control buttons, and a full alphanumeric keypad.
All buttons are programmable.
Wakes from sleep mode when picked up or moved (if
enabled).
Ambient light sensor automatically changes the keypad
brightness, depending on the light in the room.
Recharging station available.
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Quick access buttons
Use the remote’s WATCH and LISTEN buttons to quickly select
from all playback devices in the room or to select the most
recently used device (depending on how the installer configured
your system). These buttons can be configured by your Control4
Dealer.
See the Control4 System User Guide to learn how to navigate
through the system menu and discover all of the features and
functions of your Control4 system.
Programmable buttons
All buttons on the remote are programmable, but the buttons
listed below are the most commonly programmed. If these
buttons have been programmed by your installer, note their
functions here:
A
Control4 button—Displays
Control4 menu on TV (if enabled)
B
OFF
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Display—Screen that displays List
Navigator
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WATCH
—Displays video
sources or plays most recently
watched source
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LISTEN —Displays audio sources
or plays most recently played
source
F
LIST
—Displays the system
menu (List interface) on the
remote’s display screen
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1
—Turns room off
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Programmable buttons—Functions
vary (installer programs)
H
GUIDE
—Displays TV listings
▲PAGE
—Scrolls pages up
PAGE▼
—Scrolls pages down
PREV —Returns to previous
channel or screen
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VOL
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SELECT
and directional
buttons—Moves through menus
and selects menu items
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—Controls device volume
M
CH+– —Changes TV channels
—Toggles device sound
MUTE
INFO —Shows program
information
MENU —Accesses device
features and settings
BACK
—Sends “Back” or “Exit”
command
Playback control buttons
Rewinds / fast forwards
Skips back/forward
Plays the current AV source
Starts recording
Stops record or playback
Pauses
DVR
Controls the DVR
N
Programmable buttons—Functions
vary (installer programs)
O
Alphanumeric buttons—Directly
enters channel numbers or text
descriptions
P
Special characters—Alphanumeric
buttons that can also be
programmed to work directly with
a device
Install and maintain batteries
To install the batteries:
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Install the four AA alkaline batteries (included) into the
back of the remote according to the diagram in the battery
compartment (with the + terminals pointing toward the
bottom of the remote).
Important: The use of rechargeable AA batteries is not
supported. Using rechargeable AA batteries may result
in inaccurate battery gauge readings.
Battery use and care tips
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Keep battery contacts and compartment clean.
Remove batteries if the remote is not expected to be used for
several months.
Do not mix new and old batteries.
After removing old batteries, wait 20 seconds before inserting
new batteries.
Extreme temperatures reduce battery performance. Avoid
putting the System Remote Control in very warm places.
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Battery replacement safety rules
CAUTION! To prevent battery shorting, leakage, or
rupture:
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Use typical AA Alkaline batteries only.
Do not mix battery types.
Do not attempt to recharge a battery unless the
battery is specifically marked “rechargeable.”
• Never dispose of batteries in a fire.
ATTENTION ! Pour empêcher court-circuiter, fuite ou
rupture de batterie :
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Utilisez les accumulateurs alcalins typiques d’AA
seulement.
Ne mélangez pas les types de batterie.
N’essayez pas de recharger une batterie à moins
que la batterie soit spécifiquement marqué
« rechargeable ».
Ne vous débarassez jamais des batteries dans un feu.
Using the on-screen TV interface
To use the on-screen TV interface with the remote:
1
Press the red Control4 button. The TV’s interface opens.
2 To navigate through the on-screen interface menus, press the
directional buttons, and press the SELECT button to make
your selection.
Using the remote’s List interface
To control devices from the remote control:
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On the remote, press LIST to access the List interface.
Lighting, Comfort, Security, and other options appear.
2 To navigate through the List interface and the Control4
system, press the arrow buttons to scroll through the menus,
then press the SELECT button to make your selection.
Using the WATCH and LISTEN buttons
The WATCH button can be configured to quickly select the last
video source watched or display a list of video sources for the
room.
The LISTEN button can be configured to quickly select the last
audio source played or display a list of audio sources for the
room.
Changing selected rooms
Depending on the room selected on your remote, the remote’s
buttons may behave differently and the List interface may have
different options. For example, with Living Room selected,
the
button may have been programmed to dim the lights,
but with Theater selected,
may turn them completely off.
To change rooms on the remote:
1 Press List, then select Location > Floor > Room.
Changing preferences
To change the remote’s preferences:
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Press LIST, then select Settings, then Config.
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To change the List interface’s brightness or the keypad
brightness, select Display Brightness or Keypad Brightness,
press the arrow buttons to adjust, then press SELECT.
To change the remote’s sensitivity to motion (to wake it
from sleep mode), select Motion Detect, then select the
sensitivity level.
To enable or disable the ambient light sensor, select Light
Sensor, then select On or Off.
To change the List interface’s text color, select Text Color,
press the arrow buttons to pick the color, then press
SELECT.
To check the battery charge, select Battery Level.
To return the remote’s preferences to factory defaults,
select Factory Defaults.
Regulatory and safety information
To review regulatory information for your Control4 products, see
ctrl4.co/reg.
Warranty
Limited two-year warranty. To review warranty details for your
Control4 products, see www.control4.com/warranty.
More help
For the latest version of this document and to view additional
materials, open the URL below or scan the QR code.
LATEST VERSION
ctrl4.co/sr260-ug
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