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Motorized Blinds and Shades Refer to individual base price list for specific option and size information for the product being ordered. Somfy ® 12 volt RTS motors are available in two distinct categories outlined within this price list. RTS Motorization: this category has been offered by Graber ® for quite some time and has been a workhorse family of motors for cellular, pleated, solar, roller, natural, fresco Roman, soft shade, and our tilt products. Simple Motor: designed to meet a value price point, this new category of Somfy motors is more limited in its lifting capacity and is available for cellular, pleated, solar, and roller shades only. Another notable characteristic of distinction between the two offerings is the general sound of the various motors, speed of operation, power options, and different means of handling certain programming steps. Please consider these product and performance differences before combining the two categories in the same application. All RTS controls can be used with this category. Please see the RTS motors category sections for each of these motors when reviewing the guide. Radio Frequency (RF) Motorized Graber blinds and shades feature Somfy radio frequency motors and accessories. All Somfy radio frequency motors utilize Somfy’s proprietary protocol Radio Technology Somfy ® (RTS). Motorized blinds and shades feature the following: • Window treatments can be operated from virtually anywhere in the home up to 65 feet (19.9 m) • Provides easy operation of hard-to-reach or large windows • Efficiently manages energy (heat gain and loss) • Operate multiple window treatments simultaneously or individually • A safer alternative to accessible cords that are traditionally used to operate window coverings; ideal for homes with children and pets • Easily integrated with home automation systems • Not available with hold down brackets or specialty window treatments Multiple Control Options Available • Remote: convenient, portable control (single-, five-, or sixteen-channel available) • Wall switch: control shades/blinds when entering or exiting a room with the simple push of a button • Timer: allows you to program operation at certain times of the day • Manage heat loss and gain automatically; a great way to reduce your energy bill in any season • Protect furniture from harmful UV rays • Improve security by making your home look occupied • Automation interface: multiple interface options are available to allow your motorized shades to integrate with third party automation systems Channel and Control Assignments Channel and control assignments are available when you purchase motorized window coverings. Specifying channels simplifies your install process by pre-programming each shade to the appropriate channel and control for your order. • Each individual window covering can be assigned to a single-channel, enabling unique control; multiple window coverings can also be assigned to an individual channel, enabling group control • Channel assignment is recommended on all radio frequency (RF) controls within the same product type • Custom programming available on handheld remotes, table top remotes, and wall switches only 1 Graber RF Motorized Vinyl Blinds Specification
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    Features and Size Considerations

    Motorized Blinds and Shades

    Refer to individual base price list for specific option and size information for the product being ordered.

    Somfy® 12 volt RTS motors are available in two distinct categories outlined within this price list.

    RTS Motorization: this category has been offered by Graber® for quite some time and has been a workhorse family of motors for cellular, pleated, solar, roller, natural, fresco Roman, soft shade, and our tilt products.

    Simple Motor: designed to meet a value price point, this new category of Somfy motors is more limited in its lifting capacity and is available for cellular, pleated, solar, and roller shades only. Another notable characteristic of distinction between the two offerings is the general sound of the various motors, speed of operation, power options, and different means of handling certain programming steps. Please consider these product and performance differences before combining the two categories in the same application. All RTS controls can be used with this category.

    Please see the RTS motors category sections for each of these motors when reviewing the guide.

    Radio Frequency (RF)

    Motorized Graber blinds and shades feature Somfy radio frequency motors and accessories. All Somfy radio frequency motors utilize Somfy’s proprietary protocol Radio Technology Somfy® (RTS). Motorized blinds and shades feature the following:

    • Window treatments can be operated from virtually anywhere in the home up to 65 feet (19.9 m)• Provides easy operation of hard-to-reach or large windows• Efficiently manages energy (heat gain and loss)• Operate multiple window treatments simultaneously or individually• A safer alternative to accessible cords that are traditionally used to operate window coverings; ideal for homes with children

    and pets• Easily integrated with home automation systems• Not available with hold down brackets or specialty window treatments

    Multiple Control Options Available• Remote: convenient, portable control (single-, five-, or sixteen-channel available)• Wall switch: control shades/blinds when entering or exiting a room with the simple push of a button• Timer: allows you to program operation at certain times of the day

    • Manage heat loss and gain automatically; a great way to reduce your energy bill in any season• Protect furniture from harmful UV rays• Improve security by making your home look occupied

    • Automation interface: multiple interface options are available to allow your motorized shades to integrate with third party automation systems

    Channel and Control Assignments

    Channel and control assignments are available when you purchase motorized window coverings. Specifying channels simplifies your install process by pre-programming each shade to the appropriate channel and control for your order.

    • Each individual window covering can be assigned to a single-channel, enabling unique control; multiple window coverings can also be assigned to an individual channel, enabling group control

    • Channel assignment is recommended on all radio frequency (RF) controls within the same product type• Custom programming available on handheld remotes, table top remotes, and wall switches only

    Standard Motors

    • Available with solar and roller products only• Standard motors are hard-wired both to power (line voltage) and controls • 120 volt motors allow operation of large shades (see motorization size charts)• Hard-wired controls provide the most reliable control of shades• Control options include

    • Wall switches for convenient, reliable control or dry contact outputs provided by certain home automation packages• Group controllers to operate multiple shades with a single switch

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    Features• Motorization will only tilt slats; raising or lowering the blind is manual with cord lift• Provides easy operation of hard-to-reach or large window coverings• A safer alternative to accessible cords that are traditionally used to operate window

    coverings; ideal for homes with children and pets• Efficiently manages energy (heat gain and loss)• Operate multiple window treatments simultaneously or individually• Easily integrated with home automation systems• Low voltage motorization requires no costly electrical hard-wiring• Powered with battery, solar power kit, plug-in transformer, or multi-motor

    power supply• Motor located on the left side within the headrail; cord lift is on the right side• Not available with specialty shapes, hold down brackets, or multiple blinds on

    one headrail

    Multiple Control Options Available• Remote: convenient, portable control• Wall switch: control blinds when entering or exiting a room with the simple push of

    a button• Timer: allows you to program operation at certain times of the day

    • Manage heat loss and gain automatically; a great way to reduce your energy bill in any season

    • Protect furniture from harmful UV rays• Improve security by making your home look occupied when you’re away

    • Automation interface: multiple interface options are available to allow your motorized blinds to integrate with third party automation systems

    Available with: 2" (5.1 cm) Traditions® Wood Blinds 23⁄8" (6.1 cm) Traditions Wood Blinds 2" (5.1 cm) Elite Wood Blinds 23⁄8" (6.1 cm) Elite Wood Blinds 2" (5.1 cm) Traditions Composite Blinds 21⁄2" (6.4 cm) Traditions Composite Blinds 2" (5.1 cm) Vinyl Blinds 2" (5.1 cm) Grandeur™ Aluminum Blinds

    EXAMPLE: 96" (243.9 cm) wide x 96" (243.9 cm) high = 9,216 square inches (59,457.9 cm2) (over maximum size) 18" (45.8 cm) wide x 62" (157.5 cm) high = 1,116 square inches (7,200.0 cm2) (under minimum width) 67" (170.2 cm) wide x 84" (213.4 cm) high = 5,628 square inches (36,309.6 cm2) (size is within acceptable range)

    Refer to individual price list for specific option and size information for the product being ordered.

    Size Considerations

    Minimum Width

    inches (cm)

    Maximum Width

    inches (cm)

    Minimum Height

    inches (cm)

    Maximum Height

    inches (cm)

    Maximum Size

    square inches (cm2)

    Wood/Composite Blinds 19 (48.3) 96 (243.9) 10 (25.4) 120 (304.8) 2" (5.1 cm) and 23⁄8" (6.1 cm):

    7,200 (46,451.5) 21⁄2" (6.4 cm): 6,480 (41,806.4)

    2" (5.1 cm) Vinyl 19 (48.3) 84 (213.4) 93⁄8 (23.9) 108 (274.4) 7,200 (46,451.5)

    2" (5.1 cm) Aluminum 19 (48.3) 84 (213.4) 93⁄8 (23.9) 126 (320.1) 7,200 (46,451.5)

    Features and Size Considerations

    Horizontal Blinds Motorized Tilt

    NOTE: Motorization components and accessories have a five-year limited warranty, excluding batteries.

    Order Entry: Ring Lift with Motorized Tilt (m)

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    Size Considerations

    • SureClose® headrail 15⁄8" x 21⁄4" (4.2 cm x 5.8 cm) with premium light-blocking features

    • Non-lead vinyl slats offer superior privacy and room darkening

    • Neutral street side appearance• White vinyl bottomrail• Color coordinated components• All styles coordinate with Graber® Vinyl Vertical Blinds

    • Cord tilt standard, wand tilt optional• 2" (5.1 cm) single slat valance standard (other

    options available)• Decorative cloth tapes or NoHoles™ available• Limited lifetime warranty on headrail and components;

    three year warranty on slats

    Features and Size Considerations

    Minimum Blind Width 9" (22.9 cm) outside mount91⁄2" (24.2 cm) inside mount

    Minimum Blind Width (exceptions) 9" to 1115⁄16" (22.9 cm to 30.4 cm) are center tilt only

    12" to 16" (30.5 cm to 40.7 cm) standard or reverse standard controls only161⁄16" (40.8 cm) minimum for same side controls

    Maximum Single Blind Width 84" (213.4 cm)

    Maximum Width (multiple blinds on one headrail) 120" (304.8 cm)

    Minimum Blind Height 10" (25.4 cm)

    Maximum Blind Height 108" (274.4 cm)

    2" (5.1 cm) Horizontal Vinyl Blinds: Slat Styles and Information

    Collection Name Price ChartCoordinates with

    Vertical Blinds Neutral to Street Side Light ControlFlame Retardant

    NFPA 701

    Cachet B • • Room darkening YesCoronation C • • Room darkening YesCrown A • • Room darkening YesFiber B • • Room darkening YesGeorgetown C • • Room darkening YesHomespun II C • • Room darkening YesKensington C • • Room darkening YesLinen B • • Room darkening YesQuantum B • • Room darkening YesRapture B • • Room darkening YesSafari C • • Room darkening Yes

    Depth Requirements for Inside Mount

    Headrail Dimensionsinches (cm)

    Minimum Depth Mount inches (cm)

    Flush with Casing inches (cm)

    15⁄8 x 21⁄4 (4.2 x 5.8) 3⁄4 (2.0)Without valance: 25⁄8 (6.7)

    With standard valance: 35⁄16 (8.5)With double valance: 4 (10.2)

    Partially recessed headrail in window casing/molding

    Fully recessed headrail in window casing/molding

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    Standard Valance Double Valance

    Options

    Valance Styles

    How to Order Valance Returns

    Valance Type

    Tilt Type

    Return Length

    inches (cm)

    Full Recess Depth

    inches (cm)

    Inside Mount

    inches (cm)

    Outside Mount

    inches (cm)

    Standard All 35⁄16

    (8.5)35⁄16

    (8.5)120

    (304.8) FBW120

    (304.8) FBW

    Double All 315⁄16

    (10.1)4

    (10.2)120

    (304.8) FBW120

    (304.8) FBW

    How to Measure and Order Valances

    The appropriate valance (inside or outside mount) will be supplied with your blind order. For a more custom look, valance and returns may be special ordered.

    NOTE: Valances with returns are measured and cut from the INSIDE (BACKSIDE) of the valance to ensure the most accurate fit when installed over the headrail or window frame.

    Outside Mount ValanceIt is typically required that the valance is entered into the system and manufactured WITH returns. However, outside mount valances are available WITHOUT returns if needed.

    NOTE: FAXED orders for outside mount valances will AUTOMATICALLY be entered with returns unless otherwise specified. Certain accounts that enter orders electronically WILL BE REQUIRED TO SELECT WITH OR WITHOUT RETURNS in their system during entry.

    Inside Mount ValanceIt is typically required for the valance to be entered in the system and manufactured WITHOUT returns.

    NOTE: Valance without returns have ends that are cut straight and look best when the blind and valance are fully recessed into the window casing. However, inside mount valances are available WITH returns for blinds that are unable to be fully recessed into the window casing.

    Additional ordering information:• If projection brackets are requested at the time of order for a valance

    with returns, longer returns will be automatically sent• Please state at the time of order if the valance and return

    measurements are for the EXACT size required so that no additions or deductions are made

    Standard Valance• No charge• 2" (5.1 cm) single slat valance is standard and provides

    a finished lookDouble Valance• Surcharge option• Provides better headrail coverage for a more upscale look• Height of double valance is 3" (7.7 cm)

    Determining a special return length for INSIDE MOUNT blinds not fully recessed:1. Using the chart above, locate the standard return length by

    selecting your valance type.2. Measure the recessed space (depth) of your window casing.3. Subtract the recessed space measurement from the

    standard return length.4. The difference will be the special return length you will need

    to order for your INSIDE MOUNT valances.

    NOTE: Minimum return length is 1" (2.6 cm).

    1. Full recess is from front of valance to wall.2. Return length is from back of the

    valance corner to wall.

    Side View

    Full Recess Depth

    Return Length

    Outside Mount

    Top View

    Valance

    Return Length Inside

    OutsideReturn Length Inside

    Outside

    Valance Width Inside

    Inside Mount

    Top View

    Return Length Inside

    Valance

    Blind HeadrailWindow Casing

    Window Casing

    Inside Mount Partial Recess

    Mounting Bracket Mounting Bracket

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    Slat Count Table

    General Information

    Ladder Count Table

    Finished Blind Height

    Number of Slats

    Finished Stack Height inches (cm)

    10 6 33⁄4 (9.6)11 612 713 714 815 8 41⁄16 (10.4)16 917 1018 1019 1120 11 43⁄8 (11.2)21 1222 1223 1324 1425 14 411⁄16 (12.0)26 1527 1528 1629 1630 17 5 (12.7)31 1832 1833 1934 1935 20 51⁄4 (13.4)36 2137 2138 2239 2240 23 59⁄16 (14.2)41 2342 24

    Finished Blind Height

    Number of Slats

    Finished Stack Height inches (cm)

    43 2544 2545 26 57⁄8 (15.0)46 2647 2748 2749 2850 29 63⁄16 (15.8)51 2952 3053 3054 3155 31 61⁄2 (16.6)56 3257 3358 3359 3460 34 63⁄4 (17.2)61 3562 3663 3664 3765 37 71⁄16 (18.0)66 3867 3868 3969 4070 40 73⁄8 (18.8)71 4172 4173 4274 4275 43 711⁄16 (19.6)

    Finished Blind Height

    Number of Slats

    Finished Stack Height inches (cm)

    76 4477 4478 4579 4580 46 8 (20.4)81 4682 4783 4884 4885 49 81⁄4 (21.0)86 4987 5088 5189 5190 52 89⁄16 (21.8)91 5292 5393 5394 5495 55 87⁄8 (22.6)96 5597 5698 5699 57

    100 57 93⁄16 (23.4)101 58102 59103 59104 60105 60 91⁄2 (24.2)106 61107 62108 62

    NOTE: Finished heights include headrail and bottomrail.

    Inside Mount:Order width minus 1⁄2" (1.3 cm)

    EXAMPLE: 30" (76.2 cm) width inside mount blind minus 1⁄2" (1.3 cm) deduction equals 291⁄2" (75.0 cm) finished blind width

    Outside Mount: No deduction

    Same Side Controls

    Finished Blind Width inches (cm)

    Number of Ladders

    Number of Lifts

    Number of NoHoles™ Lifts

    9 to 26 (22.9 to 66.1) 2 2 4

    261⁄16 to 44 (66.2 to 111.8) 3 3 6

    441⁄16 to 62 (112.0 to 157.5) 4 4 8

    621⁄16 to 84 (157.7 to 214.4) 5 5 10

    Finished Blind Width inches (cm)

    Number of Ladders

    Number of Lifts

    Number of NoHoles Lifts

    161⁄16 to 30 (40.8 to 76.2) 2 2 4

    301⁄16 to 48 (76.4 to 122.0) 3 3 6

    481⁄16 to 66 (122.1 to 167.7) 4 4 8

    661⁄16 to 84 (167.8 to 213.4) 5 5 10

    Finished Blind Width inches (cm)

    Number of Ladders

    Number of Lifts

    19 to 30 (48.3 to 76.2) 2 2

    301⁄16 to 48 (76.4 to 122.0) 3 3

    481⁄16 to 66 (122.1 to 167.7) 4 4

    661⁄16 to 84 (167.8 to 213.4) 5 5

    Motorized Tilt

    Standard or Reversed Controls

    NOTE: On all inside mount blinds, take deduction BEFORE determining ladder and lift quantity. Cloth ladder quantity is the same as number of ladders listed above.

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    12 volt motors can be powered by batteries, solar power kit, plug-in transformer, or multi-motor power supply. Below are some considerations when planning for power.

    Battery Tube ConsiderationsBattery power recommended for maximum of 10 shades for best battery performance.

    Battery tubes are installed outside of the product and can be challenging to hide in some applications.

    • For outside mounts, battery tubes can be installed above or to the side of the shade• For inside mounts, battery tubes are usually top-mounted (behind the headrail) between the shade

    and the window; to mount the battery tubes, additional recessed space will be needed

    Dual battery tubes are required on all shades (cellular, pleated, Roman, natural, layered, sheer, soft, roller, and solar shades) over 3,600 square inches (23,225.8 cm2) to extend battery life. Dual battery tubes include an off set Y harness, 11" (28 cm) and 271⁄4" (69.3 cm) cable lengths.

    Battery Tube Dimensions: 18" (45.8 cm) x 11⁄8" (2.9 cm)Dual Battery Tube Dimensions: 18" (45.8 cm) x 21⁄4" (5.8 cm) (installed side-by-side)

    36" (91.5 cm) x 11⁄8" (2.9 cm) (installed end-to-end)Single Battery Tube with Flush Mount: product flush mount + 11⁄8" (2.9 cm)Single Battery Tube Minimum Recessed Space: product minimum recessed space + 11⁄8" (2.9 cm)Dual Battery Tube with Flush Mount: product flush mount + 21⁄4" (5.8 cm) Dual Battery Tube Minimum Recessed Space: product minimum recessed space + 21⁄4" (5.8 cm)

    NOTE: For best performance, use only AA lithium batteries.

    Solar Power Kit ConsiderationsThe solar panel mounts indoors directly to the glass with included adhesive strips or using provided mounting brackets. Verify window is unobstructed to sunlight by vegetation, decorative grills, or bug screens. Window construction can be non-tinted, single or double pane, which have a minimum of 65% light transmission for proper solar charging.

    Kit Includes: Solar panel, battery tube and 10 AA NiMH rechargeable batteries, Y harness, battery tube clips, solar panel mounting brackets, glass-mount adhesive strips, alcohol wipe, and instructions.

    • For outside mounts, battery tube can be installed above or to the side of the shade and the solar panel can be installed directly against the window within reach of the wire harness (approximately 10" (25.4 cm) Y harness)

    • For inside mounts, battery tube and solar panel can be top-mounted (behind the headrail) or to the side of the shade (vertical orientation) between the shade and the window; additional recessed space will be needed

    Battery Tube Dimensions: 213⁄4" (55.3 cm) x 11⁄8" (2.9 cm) Solar Panel Dimensions: 12" (30.5 cm) x 11⁄2" (3.9 cm)Battery Tube with Flush Mount: product flush mount + 11⁄8" (2.9 cm)Battery Tube Minimum Recessed Space: product minimum recessed space + 11⁄8" (2.9 cm)

    Options

    12 Volt Power Considerations

    Outside Mount

    Inside Mount

    Solar Power Kit

    DC Plug-In Transformer ConsiderationsA power outlet must be within cord length to power motor.

    12 Volt Transformer: includes 6 foot (182.9 cm) power cord and an 8 foot (243.9 cm) extension cable (power cord cannot be cut to length or trimmed)

    Dimensions: 4" (10.2 cm) wide x 2" (5.1 cm) deep (not including plug) x 11⁄2" (3.9 cm) high (as you look at the plug in the outlet)

    Multi-Motor Power Supply ConsiderationsTransformer enclosure is generally mounted in an accessible indoor location such as a basement, utility closet, or garage. Motors are “home run” wired to the panel using 16-gauge wire.

    CAUTION: A licensed electrician is required for all line voltage electrical connections. All local and NEC codes must be followed.

    12 Volt: 10 motor power supply available for 12 volt motors; includes extension cable and connections.Dimensions: 12" (30.5 cm) wide x 6" (15.3 cm) deep x 12" (30.5 cm) high

    Transformer power recommended for shade systems of any quantity.

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    Options

    Low Voltage 12 Volt and 24 Volt Power Components

    Battery Tubes (12 Volt Motors Only)• Reloadable and are available with or without batteries• Each tube includes 2 battery clips• Optional 48" (122.0 cm) or 96" (243.9 cm) extensions available• Shades (cellular, pleated, Roman, natural, layered, sheer, soft, roller, and solar shades) greater

    than 3,600 square inches (23,225.8 cm2) require two single battery tubes (dual tubes) to extend battery life

    • Dual tubes include an offset Y harness 11" (28.0 cm) and 271⁄4" (63.5 cm) cable lengths (dual tubes are not required for any size horizontal blinds)

    • For outside mount, battery tubes can be installed above or to the side of product• For inside mount, battery tubes are usually top-mounted (behind the headrail), between the

    window covering and the window• For best performance, use only AA lithium batteries (each tube requires 8 AA lithium batteries)• Battery power recommended for maximum of 10 shades for best battery performance

    Solar Power Kit (12 Volt Motors Only)• Patented energy-saving technology uses sunlight to power the motorized window covering• The battery tube houses 10 AA NiMH rechargeable batteries, tube length

    213⁄4" (55.3 cm) x 11⁄8" (2.9 cm) in diameter• Maintenance-free solution that doesn’t require the use of an electrician• Convenient and cost effective; reduces battery replacement and preserves the environment• Easy to install for new and existing window covering installation• Solar (photovoltaic) panel is low profile and easy to conceal (adhesive mounting strips or

    mounting brackets are included)• Solar power kit includes 10" (25.4 cm) Y harness• Batteries can be recharged with any NiMH AA battery charger• The solar power kit is fully charged at the time of shade fabrication and should be installed

    within one week; if installation is delayed, place the solar panel with filled battery tube in location that gets periodic sunlight to maintain the charge

    Window Application Guidelines for Solar Power Kit

    Window Type

    Single or Double Pane OK

    Light Transmission 65% or Greater Window Tinting Inside Window Only

    Avo

    id

    Awnings or Deep Roof Eaves

    Window Dividers/Overlapping Solar

    Panel

    Moving Window

    Fixed Window Double Hung Sliding Casement

    Vegetation Blocking Light Bug Screens

    Concern Clean Install Caution: Avoid Panel CollisionCaution: Avoid Panel

    Collision

    Caution: Panel Movement will Tug or

    Tear Harness

    Suggestions Limit Screw in Track Limit Screw in Track Cable Tie Near Corner

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    Options

    Low Voltage 12 Volt and 24 Volt Power Components (continued)

    Plug-In Transformer• Eliminates the need for batteries• Available in White only• 12 volt: 72" (182.9 cm) power cord and 96" (243.9 cm) extension cable (power cord and

    extensions cannot be cut to length)• 24 volt: 96" (243.9 cm) motor lead and 180" (457.2 cm) power cord (cord can be cut

    to length)

    Transformer Dimensions• 12 volt: 4" (10.2 cm) wide x 2" (5.1 cm) deep (not including plug) x 11⁄2" (3.9 cm) high (as you

    look at the plug in the outlet)• 24 volt: 2" (5.1 cm) wide x 15⁄8" (4.2 cm) deep (not including plug) x 4" (8.0 cm) high (as you

    look at the plug in the outlet)

    NOTE: Due to the many variations of installations, wire management components are not included with your motorized shade system. There are numerous wire management products available at your local hardware store or home improvement center to help disguise the power cord when using a plug-in transformer. An example of a popular wire management accessory is wire channel. Wire channel is a vinyl sheathing that can be placed along the window casing or wall that will house and conceal exposed wiring for a clean and professional appearance.

    Multi-Motor Power Supply• Used when hard-wiring the transformer and direct wiring the motorized window coverings• Each motor is "home run" wired back to the multi-motor power supply• Power supply includes extension cable and connections• Must be mounted indoors, NEMA rated• Dimensions: 12" (30.5 cm) wide x 6" (15.3 cm) deep x 12" (30.5 cm) high• 120 volt AC 3.3 amps

    12 Volt Motors:• All products: up to 10 motors per power supply

    24 Volt Motors:• Solar, roller, soft shades, and natural shades: 5 motor and 10 motor power supply are available

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    Radio Frequency Controls (RTS Range 65 Feet (19.9 m))

    Telis Hand-Held Remotes• Compatible with all Somfy RTS motors• Used to control single blinds/shades on each channel or group blinds/shades performing the

    same function• Battery included• Remote includes convenient mounting hardware for hanging when not in use

    Telis 1, Single Channel Remote Telis 4, Five Channel RemoteAvailable colors: Available colors:• Interior: White, Silver, Black • Interior: White, Silver, Black• Exterior: Patio Blue • Exterior: Patio Blue

    Telis 16, Sixteen Channel Hand-Held Remote• Compatible with all Somfy RTS motors• Used to control a single blind/shade on each channel or group blinds/shades performing the

    same function• Convenient display provides easy identification of shade(s) being controlled• Battery included• Remote includes convenient mounting hardware for hanging when not in use• Available colors: interior only—White, Silver

    Telis Modulis Hand-Held Remotes• Compatible with all Somfy RTS motors• Used to control a single blind/shade on each channel or group blinds/shades performing the

    same function• Scroll interface allows for precise adjustment for blinds/shades, ideal for fine control horizontal

    blinds, layered, and sheer shades• Battery included

    Telis 1 Modulis, Single Channel Remote Telis 4, Five Channel RemoteAvailable colors: Available colors:• Interior: White • Interior: White

    DecoFlex Wireless Wall Switches• Compatible with all Somfy RTS motors• Used to control a single blind/shade on each channel or group blinds/shades performing the

    same function• Switches include button labels and mounting hardware to flush mount in drywall (wireless)• Battery included

    Single Channel Wall Switch Five Channel Wall SwitchAvailable colors: Available colors:• Interior: White, Ivory, Black • Interior: White, Ivory, Black

    DecoFlex Table Top Remotes• Compatible with all Somfy RTS motors• Used to control a single blind/shade on each channel or group blinds/shades performing the

    same function• Switches include button labels • Battery included

    Single Channel Table Top Remote Five Channel Table Top RemoteAvailable colors: Available colors:• Interior: Silver, Black, White • Interior: Silver, Black, White• Silver and Black include Black wall switch • Silver and Black include Black wall switch• White includes White wall switch • White includes White wall switch

    Motorized Graber® blinds and shades feature Somfy® radio frequency motors and accessories. All Somfy radio frequency motors utilize Somfy's proprietary protocol Radio Technology Somfy® (RTS).

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    Integration Devices

    16 Channel Z-WAVE to RTS Bridge (ZRTSI II)The ZRTSI II is a Z-Wave to RTS Interface which acts as a bridge controller between a Somfy RTS motor and Z-Wave network. It receives Z-Wave transmissions and converts them to motor control commands for wireless controlled motors. Each ZRTSI II is plugged into an active electrical outlet and has sixteen (16) RTS channels. Each channel can control one individual or one group of RTS motorized window coverings.

    • Allows Z-Wave controllers to operate Somfy RTS motors• 16 Channels of RTS control• Can be controlled with Z-Wave only• 65 foot (19.9 m) RTS range• Plugs into wall outlet• Dimensions: 23⁄4" (7.0 cm) wide x 51⁄2" (14.0 cm) high x 11⁄2" (3.9 cm) deep (not including plug)

    Universal RTS Interface—URTSI IIThe addressable Universal RTS Interface can be used to communicate between home automation or other third party systems and all Somfy (RTS) motors and controls. It is capable of individual or group control and can be operated via Infrared Remote, RS232 or RS485 serial communication. Once an input is activated, an RTS radio command is sent to the motorized window treatment. Up to 16 addressable channels are available.

    • Used for third party integration of all Somfy RTS motors, including both line (120 Volt A/C) and low voltage systems

    • Converts IR/RS232/RS485 to control all Somfy Radio Frequency (RTS) motors• 65 foot (19.9 m) RTS range• Power: 9 volt—15 volt DC, 200mA draw for each universal interface—transformer included• Up to 16 URTSI II's can be used in one system

    Single Channel Dry Contact to RTS Interface (Includes Power Cord)The Somfy Single Channel RTS dry contact interface communicates with all RTS motors and can only be controlled by dry contact. It operates as a single channel Telis remote controller, providing UP, DOWN and STOP functions along with a "MY" or customer-preferred shade setting. The RTS (RF) technology controls all RTS devices within a 65 foot (19.9 m) range. This device is enclosed in a weatherproof mounting case for indoor and outdoor operation.

    • Single channel RTS control for all Somfy RTS motors• Controlled with dry contacts• Powered by 3 volt lithium battery (included)• Knockout holes in back and bottom of weatherproof case• Dimensions: 6" (15.3 cm) wide x 41⁄4" (10.8 cm) high x 21⁄4" (5.8 cm) deep

    mylink™ WiFi to RTS InterfaceThe mylink WiFi to Radio Technology Somfy® interface is a WiFi to RTS bridge that can control up to 5 channels of RTS motorized products using the Somfy mylink apps for iOS and Android devices. Through the app, users can send immediate RTS commands, create scenes (a group of motorized products working together), and schedules (timed events). Users may access their mylinks from anywhere with the apps' remote access feature. Though the mylink is a single-zone controller, multiple mylinks can be joined within the same system for multi-zone control. The mylink can also serve as an IP to RTS bridge for 3rd party control systems.

    • Dimensions: 21⁄4" (5.8 cm) wide x 41⁄8" (10.5 cm) high x 11⁄2" (3.9 cm) deep

    Motorized Graber® blinds and shades feature Somfy® radio frequency motors and accessories. All Somfy radio frequency motors utilize Somfy's proprietary protocol Radio Technology Somfy® (RTS).

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    Specialty Radio Frequency Controls

    Telis 1 Chronis RTS Timer• Compatible with all Somfy RTS motors• Used to control a single blind/shade or group of blinds/shades performing the same function• Schedule one open and one closed function per day with different scheduled operation for

    weekend and weekdays• Convenient display provides easy identification of shade(s) being controlled• Battery included• Remote includes convenient mounting hardware for hanging when not in use• Available colors: White

    Sunis Sun SensorThe Somfy Sunis RTS Sun Intensity Sensor is a wireless transmitter compatible with RTS motorized window coverings. Window or sill mounted, the Sunis RTS operates motorized window coverings in accordance to the sun intensity. Sensitivity (threshold) settings can be adjusted to accommodate various sunlight intensity and room temperatures to provide the ultimate in comfort and protection from harmful UV rays.

    The Somfy Sunis RTS controller communicates with all Somfy RTS controllable devices. The Sunis is a wireless, battery-powered, single channel RF programmable controller for an unlimited number of Somfy RTS motors. All motors assigned to the Sunis will operate simultaneously. When used with the Somfy RTS shade motors, the Sunis will open or close the shades based on the amount of sun reaching the sensor.

    • Two-position suction cup mounting • Controls RTS motors based on sun intensity• Mounts to glass or windowsill • Operating temperature: 32°F to 140°F• Powered by 3 volt lithium battery (included) • INDOOR USE ONLY• Controls unlimited RTS motors • Dimensions: 23⁄16" (5.6 cm) diameter x

    3⁄4" (2.0 cm) deep

    (RTS) Repeater—Range ExpanderThe Repeater extends the range of all Somfy RTS controllers. Devices or motors that might have been previously out of range from an RTS transmitter can now be controlled by adding the RTS Repeater. The RTS Repeater should be placed approximately halfway between the RTS Somfy motor and controller. An LED is provided for confirmation that the unit is receiving the RTS. Repeater has the same typical range of other transmitters at approximately 65 feet (19.9 cm) and plugs directly into any household AC outlet.

    • Communicates with all Somfy (RTS) devices/motors• Range expander: strengthens and extends the radio frequency signal (RTS) from control

    to motor• Plug and play: plugs directly into any AC-Outlet; no programming needed• LED feedback• Controls unlimited number of shades simultaneously• Dimensions: 21⁄8" (5.4 cm) wide x 41⁄8" (10.5 cm) high x 1.275" (3.3 cm) deep (without antenna)

    Motorized Graber® blinds and shades feature Somfy® radio frequency motors and accessories. All Somfy radio frequency motors utilize Somfy's proprietary protocol Radio Technology Somfy® (RTS).

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    A. Motorization Power Sources B. Motorization Controls

    See options section for descriptions and illustrations of items listed below.For motorized lift dual shades, one (1) motor, and one (1) power source are required for each motorized shade (total of two motors and two power sources if both shades of the dual shade are motorized).

    Motor Pricing by Product: Radio Frequency

    Motor Pricing: Add Price of Motor to Blind or Shade Price from Product Price List

    For all other non-motorization options, see individual price list for specific blind or shade.NOTE: 3-prong exterior plug price below.

    Controller—Choose one or more remotes, wall switches or timer per order. Controllers are wire-free and battery is included.

    Power Source—Choose one (1) battery option, one (1) solar power kit, one (1) transformer per motor, or select multi-motor power supply.NOTE: For cellular, pleated, Roman, and natural shades surcharge is

    per panel.

    Price Charts and Options Pricing

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    12 Volt RF Motor Options 120 Volt Interior RF Motor and Power Options

    Cellular, Pleated, or Roman Shades $440 per panel 120 Volt Radio Frequency Motor $1007

    Wood, Composite Blinds, Vinyl, or Aluminum (Excludes 1" (2.6 cm)) 365 Choose one power option belowRoller, Solar, Soft Shades, Layered, and Sheer Shades 403 3 Foot (91.5 cm) Motor Lead and 3-Prong Plug $50

    Natural Shades 403 per panel 111⁄2 Foot (350.6 cm) Motor Lead and 3-Prong Plug 140

    24 Volt RF Motor Options 3 Foot (91.5 cm) Motor Lead and 5 Foot (152.4 cm) J-Box Lead with Quick Disconnect 100

    Roller, Solar, Soft Shades, or Natural Shades $853

    3 Foot (91.5 cm) Motor Lead and 10 Foot (304.8 cm) J-Box Lead with Quick Disconnect 142

    3 Foot (91.5 cm) Lead with Quick Disconnect and Plug Plate 112

    Radio Frequency Power Sources

    12 Volt Power Options12 Volt Reloadable Battery Tube, Unfilled, Requires 8 AA Lithium Batteries $65

    12 Volt Reloadable Battery Tube, Filled 128Dual 12 Volt Reloadable Battery Tubes*: Unfilled, Requires 16 AA Lithium Batteries. Off Set Y Harness Cable Included 147

    Dual 12 Volt Battery Tubes*: Filled, Off Set Y Harness Extension Cable Included 273

    48" (122.0 cm) Extension Cable 2096" (243.9 cm) Extension Cable 24Solar Power Kit 49512 Volt DC Plug-In Transformer 11912 Volt Multi Motor Power Supply10 Motors—Up to 10 Motors Per Power Supply 1176

    * Dual battery tubes are required for shades greater than 3,600 square inches (23,225.8 cm2) to extend battery life. Excluding wood, composite blinds, 2" (5.1 cm) vinyl, or 2" (5.1 cm) aluminum blinds. DC plug-in transformer is required for shades greater than 7,200 square inches (46,451.5 cm2).

    24 Volt Power Options24 Volt DC Plug-In Transformer with 5 Foot (152.4 cm) Power Cord $14724 Volt 5 Motor Power Supply 135924 Volt 10 Motor Power Supply 2002

    120 Volt Exterior Power 120 Volt Exterior Electrical 3-Prong Plug: 15 Amp $58

    Radio Frequency Remote ControlsTelis 1 Single Channel RTS Remote: White $119Telis 1 Single Channel RTS Remote: Black or Silver 194Telis 1 Single Channel Exterior RTS Remote: White/Blue 147Telis 1 Single Channel Modulis Remote: White 407Telis 4 Five Channel RTS Remote: White 160Telis 4 Five Channel RTS Remote: Black or Silver 218Telis 4 Five Channel Exterior RTS Remote: White/Blue 161Telis 4 Five Channel Modulis Remote: White 578Telis 16 Channel Remote: White or Silver 649

    Radio Frequency Wall SwitchesDecoFlex Single Channel Wall Switch: White or Ivory $308DecoFlex Single Channel Wall Switch: Black 374DecoFlex Five Channel Wall Switch: White or Ivory 339DecoFlex Five Channel Wall Switch: Black 385

    Radio Frequency Table Top RemotesDecoFlex Single Channel Table Top Remote: Black, White, or Silver $486DecoFlex Five Channel Table Top Remote: Black, White, or Silver 499

    Specialty Radio Frequency Controls Telis 1 Chronis RTS Timer: White $633 Sunis RTS Sun Sensor 513Radio Frequency Repeater (Plug-In) 642RTS Wind Sensor (Includes Exterior Power Cord with 3-Prong Plug) 578

    Integration Devices ZRTSI II: 16-Channel Z-Wave to RTS Bridge $242 URTSI II: Universal RTS Bridge 1426Single Channel Dry Contact to RTS Interface 262mylink™ WiFi to RTS Interface 572

    NOTE: The integration devices cannot be the sole controller for motorized window treatment(s). A remote, wall switch, or timer is needed with your window treatment(s).

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    12VDC MULTI MOTOR POWER SUPPLY 8-10 MOTORS

    CAUTION: A licensed electrician is required for all 120v electrical connections.

    1. Install multi motor power supply enclosure using appropriate fasteners for chosen substrate (not included).

    Note: Common locations for mounting the enclosure include cabinets, utility closets, electrical area, basements and garages.

    CAUTION: Do not mount to ceiling with components facing down. May result in damage due to falling components.

    2. Home run low voltage wire from power supply location to each motor location using 16 gauge 2 strand wire (max distance 150 ft).

    Note: Each motor must have an individual run of wire.

    CAUTION: Do not staple or pinch wires as this can cause a short in the wire resulting in blown fuse.

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    COMMON TROUBLESHOOTING

    1. No lights are on the transformer unit? q Confirm power is connected. q Confirm breaker is on.

    2. An individual light on the circuit board is not illuminated. q The fuse is not fully seated in the board. q The fuse is bad.

    3. Where do I get replacement fuses/what type?q The fuses are 4 amp and can be purchased either through an automotive parts,

    hardware or home improvement center.q Confirm breaker is on.

    4. Why do I keep blowing the fuse? q Power cable has a short in the wire. q The positive and negative wires are crossed.

    5. The light is on the transformer but no lights are illuminated on the distribution panel?q Check connection between transformer and distribution panel to ensure

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    Description

    The 12 volt Multi-Motor Power Supply is designed to power multiple motorized shades conveniently from a single power source. It has the ability to power up to 10 solar, roller, horizontal, soft horizontal or natural motorized shades or up to 8 cellular, pleated or roman motorized shades. Multi Motor Power Supply includes a hardwired transformer, power distribution panel housed in a NEMA 1 rated enclosure and lever nut wire connectors.

    Electrical Specifications

    Voltage Output: 12 VDC - 10 AMPS Voltage Input: 85 ~ 110 VAC

    Enclosure

    NEMA 1 Cabinet

    Dimensions

    L: 12, W: 12, D: 6

    Weight

    ~ 10 pounds

    12 VOLT - MULTI MOTOR POWER SUPPLY MODEL 39-5454-00

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    Table of Contents

    About Your Motorized ShadeMotorized shades offer a convenient solution to everyday challenges. They provide instant privacy, glare reduction and eliminate the need to manually adjust shades. Motorized shades also eliminate dangerous cords and create a comfortable and energy efficient environment. What’s more is that you will get more enjoyment from your home because motorized control of your shades is so effortless and features Radio Technology Somfy® (RTS). RTS is omnidirectional and operates within a range of 65 feet, which eliminates the need to point or aim the remote at the motorized shades. RTS also offers a wide range of controls and accessories that are designed to work together, so you can always mix and match to create the perfect setting. Explore the information within this guide to make the most of your motorized shades and learn about other control accessories available.

    The term ‘shade’ will be used throughout this manual to refer to your motorized window covering, either a motorized blind or shade.

    NOTE: Motorized Horizontal Blinds have motorized tilt for the slats only. Raising and lowering the blinds is manual with cord lift.

    About Your Motorized Shade....................................................................................................................... 2

    Basic Shade Control .................................................................................................................................. 3

    Control Features ...................................................................................................................................... 3

    Adjusting Your Shade’s Default Upper Limit ..................................................................................................... 3

    Adjusting Your Shade’s Default Lower Limit ..................................................................................................... 4

    Adjusting Your Shade’s “MY” Position ........................................................................................................... 4

    Using Your “MY” Position ........................................................................................................................... 5

    Adding a Control, Copy and Paste ................................................................................................................. 5

    Deleting a Control .................................................................................................................................... 6

    Creating Group Control .............................................................................................................................. 7

    Power Accessories and Controls ................................................................................................................... 8

    Radio Frequency Controls .......................................................................................................................... 9

    Helpful Tips and FAQs ..............................................................................................................................10

    Contact Information ...................................................................................................................... Back Cover

    Please be sure to read and remove the securing tape and label before operating your motorized shade.

    ATTENTION! ImpOrTANT INsTAllATION INfOrmATION

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    A. solar/roller/soft/Natural

    B. Cellular/pleated/ Classic roman

    C. Horizontal Tilt

    RF Antennawire

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    Power cablePower cable

    Remove securing tape and position Motor RF antenna wire and power cable away from roller tube (see A) or outside of headrail (see B & C) depending upon product type.

    Avoid crimping or damaging the antenna and power lead during installation process.

    NOTE: RF Antenna should be visible (exposed outside headrail) for greatest RF range. In some cases, RF antenna wire may need to be repositioned for optimal performance.

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    Control Features

    Operate your shade with your hand held remote or wireless wall switch control. Page 9 outlines additional controls available.

    Your controls have been programmed by Springs Window Fashions to control your shade. The upper and lower limits and “MY” position have already been set. If you are not satisfied with any default upper, lower or “MY” position of your shade, see steps in the following sections of this manual.

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    Press and release the UP button to fully open the motorized shade.

    Press and release the DOWN button to fully close the motorized shade.

    Press the “MY” button to send the shade to the favorite programmed position. See page 5 for “MY” programming instructions.

    Basic Shade Control

    Upon first shade power up, press up or down button, the shade will respond with a “jog” (a short up and down movement). Press up or down again to set the shade in motion. This behavior is expected when the power has been disconnected, then reconnected.

    UP Button

    DOWN Button

    “MY” button: Acts as a “STOP” button while shade is in motion. It can also be programmed as a quick way to bring shades to your preferred intermediate position.

    Channel Selector ButtonAll four lights will illuminate when

    fifth channel is activated.

    Channel selected by pressing individual or multiple channel buttons. LED will

    illuminate when selected.

    Pushing “MY” while your shade is at rest will bring your shade to your “MY” Position.

    1Pushing “MY” while the shade is in motion will simply STOP the shade.

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    Adjusting your Shade’s Default Lower Limit (OPTIONAL)

    If you would like to adjust your shade’s default lower limit

    *PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: If you exceed the length of the material, the roller tube may become exposed. Should this happen, immediately push UP to correct. If your shade will not lower to your desired lower limit, contact a customer service agent for assistance.

    Briefly press DOWN and release. Allow the shade to reach its default lower limit.

    1Adjust your lower limit by using UP or DOWN to move your shade to your new desired lower limit*. The shade will only move while UP or DOWN is being pressed while in this adjustment mode.

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    Once the shade stops, press and hold UP and DOWN simultaneously until the shade jogs. A jog is a brief up and down movement of the shade.

    2When the shade is stopped at your new desired lower limit, press and hold “MY” until the shade jogs. You have now reset the lower limit.

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    Adjusting your Shade’s Default Upper Limit (OPTIONAL)If you would like to adjust your shade’s default upper limit

    *PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: When adjusting the upper limit on cellular, pleated shades or horizontal blinds do not raise/tilt the product too tight. Adjusting the product too tight can cause the motor to fail and/or break/fray the internal cording. When installing a Solar or Roller Shade in a Fascia or Cassette Valance, be sure the hembar does not lift into the Fascia or Cassette, this could cause the hembar to get stuck and/or damage the fabric.

    Adjust your upper limit by using UP or DOWN to move your shade to your new desired upper limit.* The shade will only move while UP or DOWN is being pressed while in this adjustment mode.

    3Briefly press UP and release. Allow the shade to reach its default upper limit.

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    Once the shade stops, press and hold UP and DOWN simultaneously until the shade jogs. A jog is a brief up and down movement of the shade.

    2When the shade is stopped at your new desired upper limit, press and hold “MY” until the shade jogs. You have now reset the upper limit.

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    Adjusting your Shade’s “MY” Position (OPTIONAL)

    Using UP or DOWN, put your shade in motion. When it reaches your desired “MY” Position, press and release “MY” to stop the shade.

    To set your ‘MY’ Position, press and hold “MY” until the shade jogs. A jog is a brief up and down movement of the shade. Your “MY” Position is now set.

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    On the DecoFlex WireFree™ RTS Wall Switch, the STOP button functions and programs the same as the “MY” button.

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    The Copy & Paste Sequence

    The basic sequence of copy and paste allows you to add new remotes to your shade and to create groups of shades that will operate together.

    In this sequence, you may copy and paste from one control to another control or from one channel on a control to any other channel either on the same control or on a new control.

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    mfy A channel is used to operate motorized shades with controls-. A channel is either associated with a single motorized shade covering or group of motorized shades.

    Adding Additional Controls

    Your control has been programmed by Springs Window Fashions to control your shade. The “MY” position has been set and you may choose to adjust this setting. When adjusting the “MY” position on your product sharing a channel, it is important to adjust each individually. Disconnect the power to all products that share a channel to avoid unwanted programming. After adjustments are made, reconnect power to begin operation.

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    Start with the control or channel that currently operates the shade.

    TO COPY: Using a paperclip or similar item, press and hold the programming button until the shade jogs. A jog is a brief up and down movement of the shade.

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    Select the new control or desired channel to add to the shade.

    TO PASTE: Using a paperclip or similar item, press and hold the programming button on the new control until the shade jogs again. The control or channel is now added to the shade’s memory.

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    Adding a Control or Channel

    Deleting a Control or Channel

    Start with the control or channel that you intend to keep and currently operates the shade.

    TO COPY: Using a paperclip or similar item, press and hold the programming button until the shade jogs. A jog is a brief up and down movement of the shade.

    Select the control or desired channel to delete from the shade.

    TO PASTE: Using a paperclip or similar item, press and hold the programming button on the new control until the shade jogs again. The control or channel is now deleted from the shade’s memory and these steps will need repeated for each remote/channel.

    The control or channel has now been deleted and will not operate the shade.

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    2 Programmed Remote

    Do not press the Programming Button outside of this sequence unless otherwise instructed by a Customer Service Agent.!

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    Remote to Addor Delete

    Both the original and new control or channel operate the same shade.

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    Note: If the wrong shade jogs, you have selected the wrong channel. Press the Programming Button you just pressed until the shade jogs again. Select the correct channel and start again from step 1.

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    NOTE: Use the programming sequence below to control multiple shades with one control, also known as “creating a group.” Be sure to review and understand “Adding a Control” before moving on to this programming sequence. You can also review the online video “Copy and Paste Part 1 and Part 2” or call your Customer Service Agent for additional assistance. To prevent unwanted channel/remote assignments, ALL PROGRAMMED SHADES should be on their own channel. If shades share a channel UNPLUG the shade power source until the programming is complete.

    Group Control of Multiple Shades with the Same Control

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    Adding a Control or Channel Creating Group Control

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    Assigning Specific Channels to Shade (Multi-Channel Remotes Only)

    Using a paperclip or similar item, press and hold the PROGRAM BUTTON on the previously programmed control until the shade jogs.

    Select the desired channel to be assigned by momentarily pressing the channel selector button on the remote.

    Using a paperclip or similar item, press and hold the program button until the shade jogs. The new channel is now added to the shade’s memory and both channels can be used to operate the shade.

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    Repeat steps for each shade you want to add to your group. To delete a channel, follow the ‘deleting a control steps’ outlined on the page 6.

    When creating groups, it is important to program each shade individually. Disconnect power to all other products to prevent unwanted channel/remote assignment. After all groups are complete, reconnect power to begin operation.

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    Optional Power Accessories and Controls

    Solar Power KitThe WireFree™ Solar Pack harnesses renewable solar energy to power your motorized shades. This easy to install power option is compatible with all 12V DC battery-powered shades and replaces the traditional battery tube or plug-in transformer.

    • Patented energy saving technology uses sunlight to power motorized shade

    • Convenient and cost effective—eliminates battery replacement and preserves the environment

    • Maintenance-free solution that doesn’t require the use of an electrician

    • Low profile solar (photovoltaic) panel is discreet and easy to conceal

    • Battery tube holds 10 NiMH rechargeable batteries

    Reloadable Battery TubesAll battery-powered systems have the option for a single reloadable battery tube or a dual reloadable battery tube. The single tube option uses 8 AA lithium batteries and the dual reloadable battery tube features two single reloadable battery tubes joined together with an offset “Y” cable and uses a total of 16 AA lithium batteries. Dual battery tubes offer the op-portunity to extend the battery life therefore reducing the frequency of battery replacement. 8 AA Lithium batteries required per battery tube.

    Power Options

    Plug-in TransformerAny battery-powered system can be easily converted to a plug-in system with the use of a transformer. The transformer simply plugs directly into any standard electrical outlet and provides a maintenance-free solution for powering motorized shades. 12 V DC transformer includes 72” power cord and 96” extension cable.

    Plug-in Transformer

    Dual Reloadable Battery Tube

    Solar Power Battery

    Solar Power Panel

    Solar Power Battery Harness

    Kits sold prior to July 2014 require a custom NiMH battery, contact your supplier to replace.

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    DecoFlex Wireless Table Top RemoteThe DecoFlex Wireless Table Top Remote offers the same features of a wireless wall switch or hand-held with the convenient design for table top use. This provides a great way to operate motorized shades from a coffee table, kitchen island, night stand or any other table top surface. The ergonomic design offers rubber non-slip feet and is comfortable for hand-held use. Available in 1 and 5 channel versions and includes button decals to easily identify channels. Compatible with all motorized shades featuring RTS technology.

    Battery Type (Qty 1): CR2450 includedDecoFlex Wireless Table Top Remotes

    Telis 16 RTS Hand-held Remote The Telis 16 RTS hand-held remote extends control of motorized shades to 16 different channels and controls products within a range of 65 feet. This allows you to control up to 16 individual motorized shades or 16 groups of motorized shades all with the same remote.

    The Telis 16 RTS hand-held remote also features an optional wall clip so that you can mount it on the wall and always know where it is and access it.

    Available in two finishes: • White• Silver

    You also have the option to name each channel. The name can be up to 7 letters and 1 number. A choice of three icons is available to visually represent the product(s) assigned to that channel.

    Battery Type (Qty 2): AAA alkaline included

    DecoFlex Wireless Wall Switch1 channel

    DecoFlex Wireless RTS Wall SwitchDecoFlex WireFree™ RTS Wall Switches offer the same features as Telis hand-held remotes with the added benefit of being mounted on a wall. This provides an ideal way to operate motorized shades when entering or exiting a room. Available in 1 and 5 channel versions in white, ivory and black. These switches can also be personalized with button decals to easily name channels. These switches are completely wireless and battery-powered, which means that they install in seconds and don’t require costly electrical work!

    Battery Type (Qty 1): CR2450 included

    DecoFlex Wireless Wall Switch5 channel

    Telis 16 RTS Hand-held

    Remote White

    Telis 16 RTS Hand-held

    Remote Silver

    White Finish

    Silver Finish

    Black Finish

    Radio Frequency Controls

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    Helpful Tips and FAQsPlease see below for helpful hints and suggestions should you encounter issues with your motorized shades.

    “How-To” videos can be viewed via http://www.graberblinds.com/support/troubleshooting.jsp and select Troubleshooting Videos. View how to adjust your shades upper and lower limits, set a ‘MY’ position, Copy and Paste, Installation of solar kit, batteries and plug in transformer.

    Additional support is available; please feel free to call our Customer Service Center at 866-305-8654 or email us at [email protected] We will be glad to help you. Again, we appreciate that you have chosen us to enhance the design and look of your home.

    Sunis WireFree™ RTSThe Sunis WireFree™ RTS allows for automatic operation of motorized interior shades according to the amount of sunlight in a room. This functionality allows you to raise/lower or open/close your motorized shades depending on the sunlight threshold that you determine.

    • Battery-powered and completely wireless • Easily mounts on the inside of a window or on the window sill • Saves energy and reduces heat gain/loss depending on seasonal preferences • Protects furnishings from damaging UV rays• Off-white color• Adjustable sensitivity• Battery type (Qty 1): CR2430 lithium included

    Controls Continued

    FAQ: When I activate the “MY” button, the shade does not travel to my preferred position.

    • The “MY” position may need to be programmed. Please reference adjusting your shades ‘MY’ position found on page 5.

    • The motorized shade must not be in motion when attempting to activate the “MY”. > Stop shade first and then activate the “MY”.

    Telis 1 RTS Chronis TimerThe Chronis timer combines the functionality of a single channel hand-held control with the convenience of a programmable timer. The LCD display provides easy identification of shades being controlled. Mounting hardware for hanging is included. Battery type (Qty 2): AA alkaline included

    Telis Modulis 1 RTS and Telis Modulis 4 RTS Hand-held RemoteThe Telis hand-held remote is ideal for fine control of horizontal blinds. The scroll interface allows for precise adjustment of blinds slats. Available in 1 and 5 channel versions and include convenient mounting hardware for hanging. Battery type (Qty 1): 3V 2430 lithium included

    Telis Modulis 1Hand-held

    Remote

    Telis Modulis 4Hand-held

    Remote

    Telis 1 RTS ChronisTimer

    Sunis WireFree™ RTS

    ZRTSI II

    ZRTSI IIThe ZRTSI II is a Z-Wave® to RTS® Interface which acts as a bridge controller between a Somfy RTS motors and Z-Wave® network. It receives Z-Wave® transmissions and converts them to motor control commands for wireless controlled motors. This device plugs into an active electrical outlet and has sixteen (16) RTS® channels. Each channel can control one individual or one group of RTS motorized window coverings.

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    • Verify that the motor antenna is exposed and not altered, obstructed or concealed within headrail.• Verify that the control has power, the light on the remote or wall switch illuminates when pressed.

    If the control no longer illuminates when pressing a button the battery needs to be replaced. • If using a multi-channel remote, be sure the proper channel has been selected.• Verify that the control or wall switch is within the recommended operating range (approx. 65 feet).• Verify that the command button (UP or DOWN) is pressed for at least 1 second.

    Verify that the motor is powered• For Battery Applications — Check battery connection and orientation and replace batteries if necessary.

    To replace batteries simply unscrew the end of the tube and remove batteries. Insert new AA Lithium batteries in the correct orientation and screw on the end of the tube.

    • For plug in transformer applications — Check plug-in transformer connection, verify outlet power by using a known working outlet. Check that all cables and wires are securely connected. A volt meter can also be used to verify power at the connector. 24 volt motors: confirm that the wires are attached with the correct polarity.

    • For Solar Power Kit Applications — confirm proper connection of both the solar panel and rechargeable battery tube. 10 NiMH batteries are included and in some instances the batteries may have lost charge and are not able to recover. A rechargeable battery charger can be used to recharge batteries.

    If the above solutions do not resolve the issue, please contact Customer Service to assist you.

    FAQ: My shade does not respond to my controller (remote or wall switch).

    FAQ: My motorized shade does not travel to/stop to the desired upper or lower limit.

    • The motorized shade upper and/or lower limit need to be adjusted to reach your preferred positions. Page 4 explains how to adjust the upper and lower limits of your shade. Product safety note: When adjusting the upper limit, over-tensioning the limit can cause damage.

    FAQ: I have to press and hold the UP or DOWN button on the remote or wall switch to operate my motorized shade. When I release the UP or DOWN button, the shade stops.

    • The motor is operating in adjusting limit mode, press and hold the ‘MY’ button until the shade jogs.• If your shade does not respond to holding the ‘MY’ button. Locate programming button on back of

    remote and using a paperclip or similar item press and release the button and the shade will jog. • If your shade responds to the press and hold “MY” button with changing motor direction you will

    need to re-program your upper and lower limits. > Press and hold the ‘MY’ button to confirm proper motor direction. > Bring the shade to the upper limit stop point, then Press both the MY/STOP and the DOWN

    button, the shade will begin to lower. > Stop the shade at the lower limit by pressing the MY or STOP. > Adjust the lower limit stop point, Press both the MY/STOP and the UP button. The shade

    will raise to the upper limit and stop. > Press and hold the MY/STOP button until the shade jogs. The shade is now ready to operate.

    View our online video ‘Resetting & Setting New Limit Positions’ or call customer support to assist you with this process.

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  • All the information you need tounderstand and sell this exciting upgrade.

    GUIDETO SOMFY RTS MOTORIZED

    WINDOW COVERINGS

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  • POWERED

    How can you increase your profi t on every job without selling one more blind or shade? Add a motor. Whether your business focus is residential or light commercial, motorized window treatments offer benefi ts everyone

    can appreciate. Your customers will be delighted to learn that they can conveniently control individual or multiple shades from anywhere in the home or

    offi ce with a simple touch of a button. Shades that are out-of-reach or simply too large to operate manually

    offer prime opportunities to add motorization.

    With home automation systems rapidly becoming more affordable, consumers are more willing than ever to motorize all their blinds and shades. Consumers will

    also appreciate the improved safety of a product without accessible operating cords. Eliminating the cords or

    chains enhances the view to the outside and creates a clean, uncluttered look ideally suited to both homes and businesses. Our motors are quiet, reliable and compact,

    fi tting within the headrail system so your customers will see only their beautiful window treatments.

    YOUR ASSURANCE OF QUALITY

    For 75 years, Graber® has been custom crafting premium window treatments. Graber window treatments are backed by a limited lifetime warranty and the resources of our

    experienced customer service team.

    MOTORIZATION WARRANTY

    Motorization components and accessories have a fi ve-year limited warranty, excluding batteries.

    FOR A WHOLE NEW POINT OF VIEW

    GLOSSARY OF MOTORIZATION TERMS 5

    KEY RESIDENTIAL MOTORIZATION BENEFITS 6

    ADDITIONAL MOTORIZATION BENEFITS 7

    MOTOR SELECTION AND SIZE CONSIDERATIONS 8

    RF CONTROL SELECTION 10

    OPERATION AND ADJUSTING LIMITS 11

    ADDING AND DELETING RF CONTROLS 14

    CREATING A GROUP 15

    PAIRING THE RF CONTROL TO MOTORIZED SHADE 16

    MOTOR PROGRAMMING AND RESET PROCEDURE 18

    PROGRAMMING LIMITS 24

    POWER OPTIONS 25

    TECHNICAL SUPPORT CONTACT INFORMATION BACK

    CONTENTS

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    NOTE: The information in this guide applies exclusively to Somfy RTS motors and controls.

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    When you are discussing the reasons a client should motorize their shadesand blinds, consider the trend toward automating other household systems. From programmable thermostats to security systems all the way to whole-homeautomation systems, consumers are moving toward simplifying and automating household control. Give your clients the opportunity to future-proof their investment in blinds and shades by choosing to motorize with Somfy radio frequency controlled motors.

    MOTORIZATION TIPS OF THE TRADE

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    Battery Tube – A motor power source; tube(s) that house the necessary AAlithium batteries to power shades and blinds.

    Channel Selector Button – Button available on Telis 4, a five-channel remote, to cycle between the five available channels. LEDs indicate channel chosen.

    Control – A handheld or wall-mounted RF control, timer, or integration devicethat operates the motor.

    Direct Wire – Wires hidden behind walls/ceilings that connect motor to power source.

    Hard Wire – 120VAC power wired directly to the motor from power source. All wiring must be installed per local code.

    Infrared (IR) – A wireless remote control medium that uses the infrared light spectrum to send communications. Only works within line of sight. This technology is not preferred, and has been obsoleted from our offering.

    Jog – A short up-and-down movement of a blind or shade.

    Line Voltage – Home or building voltage, typically 110/115/120V, used to power larger interior and exterior solar shade motors.

    Low Voltage – 12VDC or 24VDC used to power most RTS motors for residential applications.

    "MY" Button – Located on the handheld remote controls, this acts as a stop button when the window covering is in motion. When the window covering is stationary, the "MY" button brings it to the programmed favorite position.

    Program Button – A recessed button on Somfy motors and controls that assistswith programming, and resetting motors.

    Programming Tool – A paper clip, toothpick, or small screwdriver used to access the recessed programming button on Somfy motors or controls.

    Radio Technology Somfy (RTS) – Somfy’s proprietary RF protocol (language) for communicating between Somfy devices.

    Reset Tool – A special tool with button which is plugged into previous version motor on Cellular/Pleated shades to reset a motor. (Motors manufactured after October 15, 2013 will no longer need the reset tool. The manufacturing date can be found on the Somfy motor label. An example is: DC 15 Oct 2013).

    "STOP" Button – Located on the wireless wall switches, this stops awindow covering in motion. When the window covering is stationary, the "STOP" button brings it to the programmed favorite position.

    Transformer – A motor power source that converts AC line voltage to DC low voltage.

    GLOSSARY OF MOTORIZATION TERMS

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    CONVENIENCE

    Easy to operate hard-to-reach and wide window coverings

    Control multiple window coverings at once with the simple touch of a button

    Multiple control options to fi t a variety of lifestyles: wall switches, remote controls, and timers

    Perfect addition to any current or future home automation system

    Great accessibility solution

    SAFETY AND SECURITY

    A safer alternative to accessible cords that are traditionally used to operate window coverings;

    ideal for homes with children and pets

    Use automatic timers to control window coverings at night or while away for added security

    STYLE

    No messy cords to detract from the beauty of the blind or shade

    Smooth and quiet operation to set the perfect mood without distraction

    The latest trend to revolutionize the home since automated garage doors.

    KEY RESIDENTIAL MOTORIZATION BENEFITS

    Building an effective value proposition in the eyes of the client requires product and application knowledge that establishes you as the expert.

    MOTORIZATION TIPS OF THE TRADE

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    ADDITIONAL MOTORIZATION BENEFITS

    Performance – long lasting, high quality components

    Reduced energy costs – by controlling heat gain/loss

    Save time – no more walking to every shade to manage shade position

    Integration – with home automation systems now or in the future

    "Cool" factor – leader in technology

    Compliant – with new and emerging safety standards (ANSI)

    Automatic – program shades to maximize energy effi ciency, comfort,

    security, and protection of interior furnishings

    Multiple control options available – hand-held remotes, wall switches,

    timers, sensors, or home automation integration devices

    Long battery life* – one to two years

    Quiet operation

    * Will vary based on size and usage. If the motor begins to run noticeably slower, it is time to change the batteries.

    Successful selling depends on consistently delivering a powerful value proposition.

    MOTORIZATION TIPS OF THE TRADE

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    Cellular and PleatedShades

    Aluminum, Wood, Vinyl andCompositeBlinds(excludes 1")

    Roller and Solar Shades

    Natural Shades

    Exterior Solar Shades

    Soft Roman Shades

    Motor Type

    Lift Motor Tilt Only Motor

    Lift Motor Lift Motor Lift Motor Lift Motor

    Radio Frequency (RF)

    Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

    RF Control options

    • Hand-held remote

    • Wall switch• Timer• Sun sensor• Automation

    interface

    • Hand-held remote

    • Wall switch• Timer• Sun sensor• Automation

    interface

    • Hand-held remote

    • Wall switch• Timer• Sun sensor• Automation

    interface

    • Hand-held remote

    • Wall switch• Timer• Sun sensor• Automation

    interface

    • Hand-held remote

    • Wall switch• Timer• Automation

    interface• Wind

    sensor

    • Hand-held remote

    • Wall switch• Timer• Sun sensor• Automation

    interface

    Voltage Available

    12-Volt 12-Volt 12-Volt24-Volt120-Volt

    12-Volt 120-Volt 12-Volt24-Volt

    Power Source Options

    • Battery tube• Solar

    power kit• Plug-in

    transformer• Multi-motor

    (10) power supply

    • Battery tube• Solar

    power kit• Plug-in

    transformer• Multi-motor

    (10) power supply

    12-volt motor• Battery tube• Solar

    power kit• Plug-in

    transformer• Multi-motor

    (10)power supply

    24-volt Quiet motor• Plug-in

    transformer• Multi-motor

    (5 or 10) power supply

    120-volt Quiet motor• Direct wire

    ("J"-box)• 3-prong plug/

    outlet

    • Battery tube

    • Solar power kit

    • Plug-in transformer

    • Multi-motor (10) power supply

    120-volt Quiet motor• Direct wire

    ("J"-box)• 3-prong

    plug/outlet

    12-volt motor• Battery tube• Solar power kit

    • Plug-in transformer

    • Multi-motor (10)power supply

    24-volt Quiet motor• Plug-in transformer

    • Multi-motor (5 or 10) power supply

    The table below lists the various motor options available.

    MOTOR SELECTION

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    Be aware of the following limitations.

    * For smaller widths, see individual base price lists for size specifi cation** For maximum size, see Motorization Base Price List† Based on Fabric Width Guide! Dual shade available

    Minimum Width*

    Max Width

    Min Height

    Max Height

    Multiple Shades on One Headrail

    Mounting Deduction for Inside Mount

    Cellular Shades (all fabric styles except blackout)

    29 1/8" * 144"† 9" 144" Yes 3/8"

    Cellular Shades (blackout fabrics) 25

    3/8" * 86" 9" 96" Yes 3/8"

    1" FashionPleat Pleated Shades 25

    1/2" * 144"† 9" 96" Yes 3/8"

    1" EvenPleatPleated Shades 25

    1/2" * 120"† 6" 96" Yes 3/8"

    2" EvenPleatPleated Shades 27

    3/8" * 144"† 12" 120" Yes 3/8"

    Wood/Composite Blinds 19" 96" 10" 120" ** Yes

    1/2"

    2" Vinyl Blinds 19" 84" 9 3/8" 108" ** Yes 1/2"

    2" Aluminum Blinds 19" 84" 9 3/8" 126" ** Yes 1/2"

    Natural Shades 18" 144"† 10" ** Yes 3/8"

    Roller and Solar Shades 12 Volt (RF) 16" ** 13" 144" !

    1/8"

    Roller and Solar Shades 24 Volt (RF) 20" ** 13" 144" !

    1/8"

    Roller and Solar Shades120 Volt (Standard)

    23" ** 13" 204" No 1/8"

    Roller and Solar Shades120 Volt (RF)

    24 1/2" ** 13" 204" No 1/8"

    Exterior Solar Shades120 Volt (RF) 30

    1/2" ** 13" 144" No 1/8"

    Soft Roman Shades12 & 24 Volt (RF) 24" 96" 18" 120" ** No

    3/8"

    SIZE CONSIDERATIONS

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    Graber motorized blinds and shades feature Somfy motors, controls, and

    accessories. The components described in this guide use Somfy's exclusive

    Radio Technology Somfy (RTS) radio frequency protocol. RTS enables you

    to select the right combination of controls to meet your customer's needs.

    Each motor can have a single control or multiple controls programmed to it.

    16 channel remote

    Sun sensor

    Any Somfy RTS Motor

    5 channel remote

    Single channel remote

    5 channel wall switch

    ZRTSI-II Z-Wave Home Automation Interface Bridge

    WiFi to RTSInterface formyLink

    Single channel wall switch

    Wind sensor for exterior shades

    Timer

    RF CONTROL SELECTION

    The Somfy myLinkTM offers convenient

    control of any Radio Technology Somfy® RTS

    motorzied application with a smartphone or

    tablet. It consists of a simple plug-in device

    and a free app that transforms the experience

    users have with their motorized applications.

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    Motorized shades (cellular, pleated, solar, roller, soft Roman, and natural

    shades) feature lift operation: shade goes up and down. Motorized blinds

    (wood, composite, vinyl, and aluminum blinds) feature tilt operation: blind

    slats tilt forward and back.

    All motorized blinds and shades are pre-programmed from the factory with

    the upper and lower limits and an intermediate position set. (For blinds, full

    tilt back is upper limit and full tilt forward is lower limit). The following pages

    describe how to adjust limits, add/delete controls, change motor direction,

    and, should it become necessary, how to reset a motor and remove all

    programming to start fresh.

    NOTE: Not all controls are fully described in this guide. Consult control-specifi c instructions or contact Customer Service for additional details.

    UP Button

    DecoFlex wall switch

    Telis 4, fi ve-channel remote

    DOWN Button

    "MY" button: Acts as a "STOP" button while shade is in motion. "MY" or "STOP" can also be programmed as a quick way to bring shades to your preferred intermediate position. To program your control’s "MY/STOP" button, refer to Setting Your intermediate Position on page 13.

    Channel Selector ButtonButton available to cycle between the fi ve available channels. LED's indicate channel chosen.

    Channel selected by pressing individual or multiple channel buttons. LED will illuminate when selected.

    MOTORIZED OPERATION

    On the DecoFlex Wall Switch, the "STOP" button functions andprograms the same as the "MY" button.

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    If you would like to adjust your shade’s default lower limit:

    4. When the shade is stopped at your new desired lower limit, press and hold the MY button until the shade jogs. You have reset the default lower limit.

    *PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE FOR SOLAR AND ROLLER: If you exceed the length of the material, the roller tube may become exposed. Should this happen, immediately push UP to correct. If your shade will not lower to your desired lower position, contact Customer Service.

    If you would like to adjust your shade’s default upper limit:

    *PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: When adjusting the upper position, over-winding can cause motor damage.

    4. When the shade is stopped at your new desired upper limit, press and hold the MY button until the shade jogs. You have reset the default upper limit.

    1. Briefly press and release. Allow the shade to reach its default upper limit.

    2. Once the shade stops, press and hold and simultaneously until the shade jogs. A jog is a short up-and-down movement of the shade.

    2. Once the shade stops, press and hold and simultaneously until the shade jogs. A jog is a short up-and-down movement of the shade.

    3. Adjust your upper limit by pressing or to move your shade to your new desired upper limit.* The shade will only move while or is being pressed when in this adjustment mode.

    1. Briefly press and release. Allow the shade to reach its default lower limit.

    ADJUSTING YOUR SHADE'SDEFAULT UPPER LIMIT

    ADJUSTING YOUR SHADE'SDEFAULT LOWER LIMIT

    3. Adjust your lower limit by pressing or to move your shade to your new desired lower limit.* The shade will only move while or is being pressed when in this adjustment mode.

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    Your controls have been programmed by the manufacturer to operate your

    shade. An intermediate position has also been set. If you are not satisfi ed

    with the default position of your shade, adjustments can be made.

    2. Press and hold "MY"

    until the shade jogs.

    Your "MY" position is now

    set to your preferred

    intermediate position.

    NOTE: Send the shade to the intermediate position by pressing "STOP" or "MY" from any shade position. Shade should be stationary prior to activating intermediate position function.

    1. Using or , put

    your shade in motion.

    When it reaches your

    desired "MY" position,

    press and release "MY"

    to stop the shade.

    ADJUSTING OR SETTINGYOUR INTERMEDIATE POSITION

    On the DecoFlex Wall Switch, the "STOP" button functions andprograms the same as the "MY" button.

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    Use the programming sequence below to control multiple window

    coverings with one control/channel, also known as "creating a group." You

    will fi nd it helpful to review the instructions on page 14 before moving on to

    this programming sequence.

    1. Identify the window coverings you want to put into a group. Be sure that each window covering is operated on its own control or on its own channel and then identify the control or the channel you want to be your group channel.

    2. Select the control or the channel that operates the first shade you’d like to program. Copy (see page 14, step 2).

    3. Select the desired channel by momentarily pressing the channel selector button and Paste (see page 14, step 4).

    4. Repeat the copy and paste sequence until all the shades you wish to have in the group have been pasted into the desired channel. Your original control or channel will continue to operate the window covering individually and the group channel will now control the window coverings in unison.

    Group control of multiple shades with the same control

    1. Start with the controller or channel that currently operates the shade.

    2. To copy, use a paper clip or similar item to press and hold the programming button until the window covering jogs.

    If the wrong shade jogs, you have selected the wrong channel. Press the programming button you just pressed until the shade jogs again. Select the correct channel and start again from step 1.

    Do not press the programming button outside of this sequence unless otherwise instructed by a Customer Service agent.

    3. Select the new control or channel.

    4. To paste, use a paper clip or similar item to press and release the programming button. The window covering will jog to acknowledge.

    Now both the original and new control or channel operate the same shade.

    Deleting a control

    1. Start with the control or channel you intend to keep that currently operates the shade.

    2. Press and hold the programming button until the window covering jogs.

    3. Select the control or channel you wish to delete.

    4. Press and release the programming button until the window covering jogs. The control or channel is now deleted and will not operate the window covering.

    Individual control of same shade with multiple controls

    OR

    Programming button

    Programming button

    In this sequence, you may copy and paste from one control to another or

    from one channel on a control to any ot