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CR100
E-4
Here’s how to get the most out of
your CR100 universal remote:
Insert the batteries
< Follow the instructions on the
facing page to insert four AAA
alkaline batteries.
Get to know the CR100 by using it
with your Arcam equipment
< Familiarise yourself with the
CR100 by using it with the Arcam
components in your system.
Refer to the relevant Arcam
Handbook.
Set up the CR100 to control your
other audio-visual components
< Use the methods described on
pages 6 and 7 to use your CR100
to control the third-party devices
in your home entertainment
system.
Customise the CR100
< Use the methods described in
‘Customising the CR100’ (pages
16–19) to make the CR100 work
in exactly the way you want:
Control volume intelligently,
switch multiple devices on and off
with a single key press, and much
more.
Getting started
Useful information
When reading this manual keep
the following information in mind,
as it will help you understand the
operation of the CR100.
Backlight
< A blue backlight comes on for
ive seconds whenever a key
is pressed. This helps you use
the handset in subdued lighting
conditions.
Power LED ‘blinks’
< Short blinks indicate a valid key
press.
< Multiple short blinks convey
information (such as a device
code) or signal the beginning
and successful completion of a
programming sequence.
< Long blinks indicate an invalid
key press or entry.
< The symbol is used in the
manual to indicate a Power LED
blink.
Timeouts and unassigned keys
< Time Out – After 10 seconds the
CR100 exits the programming
state and returns to normal
operation.
< Stuck Key Timeout – After any
key is pressed continuously for
30 seconds, the CR100 stops
sending IR transmission to
conserve battery life. The CR100
remains off until all keys are
released.
< Unassigned Keys – The CR100
control ignores any unassigned
key presses for a particular mode
and does not transmit IR.
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