PROGRAMMING A LEARNING REMOTE FOR ZONE OPERATION
Learning remote controls can be taught the IR commands of the Niles R-4 Remote to provide individual zone
operation. These IR commands operate the ZR-4630 and its associated source components from any zone
equipped with an IR Sensor.
Important Note: IR Sensors cannot operate a
zone when used alone. They must be installed
and connected to a Solo™Master Keypad Module.
The commands you will teach from the Niles R-4
Remote to the learning remote are stored in the
1. Source buttons Tuner, 2, 3, and 4. These acti-
vate the system, turn the zones on, and select
the desired source. The Tuner button always
selects the built-in tuner.
2. Function buttons to issue the IR commands
for each of the individual source components.
3. Volume and mute buttons to control the vol-
ume in a zone.
4. The Off button to turn off the zones.
To teach these commands, simply take the learn-
ing remote that you will be using in the zone, set
it to the learning mode, choose the appropriate
key on the learning remote, and then issue the
appropriate command from the Niles R-4
Remote. Repeat these steps for the remaining
commands you wish to use.
To test the commands, set the Niles remote aside,
take your learning remote, and try the commands.
If they were captured correctly, you will be operat-
ing the system and all the source components iden-
tically to the Niles R-4 Remote.
PROGRAMMING A HOME THEATER REMOTE CONTROL TO OPERATE SOURCE COMPONENTS
SHARED WITH A ZR-4630
A learning remote control operating a home theater system can be programmed to operate source compo-
nents shared with the ZR-4630 (refer to System Configurations 4 and 5).
The learning remote control may be programmed with the source component's factory IR commands using
the ZR-4630's IR Repeating feature (see Method 1), or it can be programmed with the Niles R-4 Remote
Control IR commands (see Methods 2 & 3).