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
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
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
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.
< A blue backlight comes on for
ive seconds whenever a key
is pressed. This helps you use
the handset in subdued lighting
Power LED ‘blinks’
< Short blinks indicate a valid key
< 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
Timeouts and unassigned keys
< Time Out – After 10 seconds the
CR100 exits the programming
state and returns to normal
< 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
< Unassigned Keys – The CR100
control ignores any unassigned
key presses for a particular mode
and does not transmit IR.
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