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RC-100 Handheld Controller 21
3
Up/Down
Arrows
These keys are used to navigate through menu choices and make
certain selections. Arrows may also be assigned to application-
specific functions.
4
ON/OFF
CLEAR/NO
ALT
The ON/OFF operation of this key is described in Section 4.1.
The CLEAR operation of this key pertains to editing and data entry
routines. When editing a value, press <CLEAR> to remove that
value. The CLEAR operation may also be used to escape out of an
editing function. If a key was pressed inadvertently, or if the value
being edited should not be changed, pressing <CLEAR> twice exits
the editing routine without modifying the value.
The NO operation of this key also pertains to editing and data entry
routines. When a question prompt is shown on the LCD, press this
key to answer the question with a “No.”
The ALT operation of this key selects alternate actions for certain
application keys. Press this key before pressing another key to
activate a secondary function. Refer to the section following this
table for more information.
5
CONFIG
ENTER/YES
EDIT
The CONFIG operation of this key is described in Section 4.4.
The ENTER function of this key pertains to editing and data entry
routines. After editing a value, press <ENTER> to save the change.
The YES function of this key also pertains to editing and data entry
routines. When a question prompt is shown on the LCD, press this
key to answer the question with a “Yes.”
The EDIT function of this key is used to edit the data associated with
a particular key. For instance, pressing <EDIT> followed by a +1
key will allow the operator to manually type in a new value using the
number keys. Refer to the application-specific sections for more
information about which keys have EDIT functionality.
Alternate Function Keys
An alternate function of a key, if applicable, will be shown on the bottom the key below a
horizontal line. Refer to Figure 17 for an example.
Press the key once to run the primary function.
Press <ALT> followed by the key to run the
alternate function.
Figure 17:
Key with ALT Functionality
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