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PROGRAMMING MANUAL FOR REMOTE OPERATIONS

Notes: December 1,

2003

This manual is applied to the model of M500N-7X50R1 only. Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice

Programming Manual

Contents
1 General Information 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 Using a Remote Control to operate your sign Attaching your sign to a surface Technical specifications 3 4 5

Basic Sign Operation 2.1Turning a sign on and off 6

3

Operating Instructions 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 Creating messages Playing messages Programming a sequence of messages Adjusting the speed of the display Adjusting the brightness of the display Library Words and Phrases 6 7 7 7 7 8 10

4

Appendix – Clock Setting

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Programming Manual

1: General Information
1.1: Using a Remote Control tooperate your sign
A Remote Control is a hand-held keyboard used to operate the sign. Most of this manual shows you how to program messages on your sign using a Remote Control. A Remote Control needs two AAA batteries to operate.

Point this end of the Remote Control at the front of your sign Press CANCEL to turn the sign off and on The banner will auto repeat upon power up, and will be displayedafter 30 seconds of inactivity. Used to enter text during programming sequence

Used to enter symbols during programming sequence

Press EDIT to create messages; Press STORE, M0-M9 to store the created messages; Press PLAY to recall the last message Memory recalling keys which display stored messages Used in conjunction with UP / DOWN buttons to change the speed of scrolling message To play alibrary word or phrase, press LIBRARY followed by the relative library number ie:06 or 41 etc. Press PLAY twice to play the last 16 messages repeatedly.

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1.2: Attaching your sign to a surface
Your sign can be mounted to a wall / counter. Note: This sign is intended for indoor use only.

Wall mount
1. 2. 3. Attach the mounting brackets to the wall orsurface. Attach the sign to mounting brackets using hardware as shown below. Plug the power cord into the sign and into an outlet. Power cord Bracket

Bracket

Screw Washer Top View

Washer

Screw

Front View

Counter mount
1. 2. 3. 4. Attach the mounting brackets to the counter. Plug the power cord into the sign. Attach the sign to mounting brackets using the hardware as shown below. Plugthe power cord into an outlet.

Bracket

Power cord

Bracket

Screw Washer Top View

Washer Screw

Top View

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1.3: Technical specifications
Weight (without power supply or keyboard): 0.8 kg Height: Length: Depth: Power: Environmental requirements: 9.8 cm 43.4 cm 3.4 cm 5 VDC at 2A The display should be operated in an environment where thetemperature is between 0℃ and 45℃, and the humidity (non-condensing) does not exceed 95%.

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2: Basic Sign Operation
2.1: Turning a sign on and off
Plug in / unplugging the sign’s power supply for the ON/OFF operation, respectively. Wait for 5 seconds for the sign to start running

- Turning a sign ON/OFF by remote control keypad When a sign starts up, the bannermessage will be displayed repeatedly. “ WELCOME ! ” and then “ hour:minute:second ” for 5 seconds (The banner message can be changed via keypad, but “hour:minute:second” will appear every time after showing the banner message. To change the clock, please refer to Appendix on page 10)

3: Operating Instructions
3.1: Creating messages

The sign has 10 memory hot keys that display preprogrammedmessages when pressed. To program your own messages 1. To enter text, press EDIT 2. Last message will be displayed, to remove text press ERASE, to clear entire message press DOWN. 3. Use alphanumeric keys to input required message. Press same key quickly to advance through characters, wait 1 second to use same letter again, or press next required character. 4. 5. 6. To insert a library word or...
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