WSME ELECTRONIC MOTOR INSTRUCTIONS
Power: AC 120V/60Hz
Protection Index: IP44
Up to 15 remotes may be assigned to each motor. Thermal protection will engage after 4 minutes of continuous running.
ASSIGNING A REMOTE TO A MOTOR
For the first remote assigned.
ASSIGNING AN EXTRA REMOTE
DELETING A REMOTE FROM A MOTOR
You have 10 seconds to complete the task.
SETTING THE LIMITS
Follow steps 1-5 precisely.
SETTING THE THIRD LIMIT
CHANGING THE THIRD LIMIT
NOTE: The third limit will be deleted automatically if either the inner or outer limits are deleted.
WIND & LIGHT SENSOR CONTROL
ADJUSTING TORQUE LEVEL USED TO STOP THE INNER LIMIT
IF HAND CRANK IS USED TO OPERATE THE MOTOR
01.If there is power failure, whether you operate the motor by hand cranks or not, once the motor is powered on again, the motor will only respond to remote’s STOP and UP command. In this case, press remote’s UP button to close the awning till it stops automatically, then the motor can respond to remote’s command normally.
02. During power on, if the motor is operated by hand crank whether open or close the awning, the motor can’t recognize its current position. In this case, always press remote’s UP button firstly to close the awning till it stops automatically, then the motor will respond remote’s command normally.
- Always roll the Awning out first if setting the inner limit manually. Failure to do so may result in a change of limit position due to a change in fabric tension.
- When pressing up and down simultaneously during setup, be as precise as possible. Ideally it should sound like one button click when both are pressed.
- If you catch yourself making an error during a setup process, stop and allow 10 seconds for the motor to time out, then try again.
- Do not hold any buttons down during setup process unless specifically told to do so. A half second press should be plenty and allow 1 second between presses.
- If you are using a multi-channel remote, make certain that it is on the correct channel before you assign it to a motor. This is a common mistake.
TURNING ON/OFF THE OUTER LIMIT REBOUND
The outer limit rebound is a function that tightens the fabric once the awning has reached it’s outer limit and it turned OFF as the default setting. It does this by doing a small reverse rotation after the outer limit is reached. In some situations this may not be desirable.
To turn the rebound function ON:
(Press Up and Down simultaneously) + (press STOP 3 times) + (press UP once)
To turn the rebound function OFF:
(Press Up and Down simultaneously) + (press STOP 3 times) + (press DOWN once)
Note: If the inner limit is set manually, the rebound function will not work.