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SUR-35 User Manual
About this manual
This manual is designed to make using the SUR-35 Touch Screen Remote Control as easy as possible. Information in this document has been carefully checked for accuracy; however, no guarantee is given to the correctness of the contents. The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
IR LEARNING cannot be made successfully.
Replace batteries in the SUR-35 and the remote you are trying to learn from. Keep distance between remotes to about 2~4 inches. Do not learn near an incandescent lamp. Memory capacity is full (56 keys for each of 16 models). The learning process has no errors, but you still cant control your AV devices: repeat the learning procedure again. If you still cant solve the problem, use the code collection feature and email codes to Sima. (page 38) Original remote might not be compatible with learning procedure.
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Macro does not work.
Be sure to aim the SUR-35 at the devices while the macro commands are being sent. Macro was not properly set up. Repeat macro set-up procedure. (page 47)
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A button of your existing remote performs two or more functions The LCD screen turns off.
Some remotes issue multiple commands when a button is held down.Please be sure to teach different buttons of SUR-35 for these different commands. Each button of SUR-35 can only learn one command. The SUR-35 is preset automatically to switch the LCD off after the PowerDown time. Just tap the LCD screen or any button to turn Ch. C the SUR-35 back on again. You can also 7 reset the Power Down time period.
You see ERROR display on the LCD during the learning procedure.
Make sure you hold the other remotes button down for about 2 seconds. Make sure you did not program more than one remote for a given device. Make sure the two remotes are not too close or too far apart and are aiming directly at each other - keep apart between 2~4 inches (5~10cm ). The button that you pressed has not been taught.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Introducing the SUR-35. 5
SUR-35 Features... 5 Unpacking the SUR-35.. 6 Identifying Components.. 6
Chapter 2 - Getting Started. 7
Features Overview... 7 Features (cont.)... 8
Low Battery Indicator.. 9
You see ERROR display during operation.
Teach the button using the learning procedure. (page 31) If unit locks up, remove one battery - wait ten seconds - and re-install battery As a safety feature on SUR-35, you must press the REC key for 3 seconds. If your original remote requires the ENTER key to be pressed after a channel is selected, press the ENTER key to select the channel.
Installing Batteries... 9 Touch Screen... 10
Turning the Touch Screen On.. 10 Touch Screen Buttons... 11
Your VCR will not record. Problems changing channels.
Rubber Buttons... 11 Menus... 12
Setup Menu.... 13 Delete Menu... 14 Macro Menu... 15
Chapter 3 Setting Up the SUR-35. 16
Date and Clock.. 16 Choosing a Device.. 17
Creating a New Device... 18
Wont go into SETUP mode
Batteries are low. Replace batteries.
Backlight doesnt work
Backlight disabled. See Backlight Time Period (pg. 53)
Labeling a Device... 19 Changing the Touch Screen Layout. 19 Programming Infrared Codes. 22
Using Pre-programmed Manufacturer Codes.. 23 Using the Learning Function... 25 Learning from Another Remote Control.. 27
Collecting Unrecognized Infrared Codes. 31 Deleting a Specific Key.. 32 Deleting a Device.. 33
Appendix C Troubleshooting
Problem Prob oblem Solution
LCD does not show anything when you touch it or press the rubber buttons.
Batteries may be dead. Replace the batteries with new Alkaline Batteries. Check that the batteries are properly installed. Make sure switch in battery compartment is set to NORM Make sure that the desired device screen on the SUR-35 LCD panel has been selected. Move closer to the device. The maximum operating distance is approximately 30 feet. Ensure that you are aiming the SUR-35 directly at the device and that there are no obstructions between the SUR-35 and the device. Ensure programming with the learning function or using the manufacturer codes has been properly done. If error message, try re-teaching button. Make sure that you have correctly taught your devices remote control to the SUR-35.
Note: This manual will help you learn how to use all the advanced
features of the SUR-35. It will not explain how to use the functions for your devices. Please refer to your devices user manual for information related to your device.
The following list identifies the SUR-35s key features. Large touch screen display. Each macro can store a sequence of 60 commands. Controls up to sixteen devices including DVDs, TVs, Satellite dishes VCRs and CDs. Learns the IR codes from existing remote controls to quickly set up devices. Pre-programmed manufacturers codes for many models. Programmable buttons for each device include seven rubber buttons, the device key and forty-eight soft buttons. Optional PC Interface for connection to a computer. Five Quick Channel classifications for easy channel grouping Ch.
Overview Over view
Unpacking the SUR-35
This package includes: 1 SUR-Users Manual (this document) 1 Pre-programmed code guide If any of these items are missing or appear damaged, contact your dealer immediately. Keep the shipping carton in case you need to ship your SUR-35.
Appendix A Specifications
Model Dimensions (WxHxD): Weight (With Batteries): Weight (W/out Batteries): Number of Device: LCD Screen (WxH) : Soft Buttons Hard Buttons: Backlighting: Learning Frequency: Memory: Batteries: Power consumption: SUR-35 3.2" x 7.3" x 1.1" (8.2cm x18.5cm x 2.8cm) 9oz (260g) 7.8 oz (220g) 16 devices 2.7" x 3.2" (6.0cm x 8.0cm) 2 pages / 24 keys : total of 48 keys 7 usable Blue (LCD) 10kHz - 125kHz, 455KHZ & Pulse 256KB non-volatile flash memory 4 AAA Alkaline Batteries LCD Off : 50uA LCD On : 200uA Operate : 30 - 100 mA Approx. 3 - 6 months Approx. 30 feet optional
Identifying Identif ying Components
Please refer to the following illustrations to identify the components of the SUR-35.
The Touch Screen panel enables you to configure and operate your devices by touching the screen. Tap the screen once to turn on the SUR-35
Point the infrared eye at the device you want to operate
Backlight Time Period
This setting specifies how long the SUR-35 will keep the backlight on after the user presses the BACKLIGHT button. This setting can be changed from 1 second to 60 seconds by using the LITE selection of the SETUP Menu:
To enter the SETUP menu press SETUP button for three seconds. Complete the password protection sequence 126.96.36.199. Use the arrow buttons to select the LITE menu.
1. Use the arrow keys to set the backlight period. Set the time period from 02 to 60 seconds. You can disable the backlight by setting the time to 0. Press OK when finished and EXIT to return to the SETUP Menu.
Chapter 7 Changing SUR-35 Parameters
Many of the SUR-35 parameters can be changed. This chapter explains the different customizations you can make.
The SUR-35 operates on four AAA Alkaline batteries (not included). Batteries must be inserted before you can operate the SUR-35. To insert the batteries, refer to the following illustration: 1. Turn the remote over, push on the tab and lift the cover off. 2. Insert the batteries, matching the batteries to the (+) and (-) marks inside the battery case. Note: Make sure the data switch located in the battery compartment is set to NORM. 3. Snap the battery cover back into place. Figure 3: Installing Batteries
Power Down Time Period
This setting specifies the time delay the SUR-35 will wait until it automatically shuts down. (The touch screen will go blank to conserve battery usage.)
This setting can be changed from 1 to 90 minutes. 1. Press and hold the SETUP button for three seconds. 2. Use the up and down arrows to select PWDN 3. Use the up/down arrows to select a time period ranging from 1 to 90 minutes. Press OK to return to the SETUP menu.Press EXIT to return to the main menu. The unit will power down when the time period expires
Low Battery Indicator
When the batteries are low, the battery low icon will be displayed in the upper left-hand corner just above the SETUP button:
Figure 4: The Battery Low Icon
Battery Tips and Precautions Immediately replace batteries when the battery low icon appears. The SUR-35 will retain data when batteries are replaced Always use fresh batteries. Alkaline batteries are recommended. Be sure that the positive (+) and negative (-) polarities of the Do not expose the batteries to excessive heat or flame. Keep batteries out of the reach of children. Weak batteries reduce the effective distance of the unit. To reduce danger of leakage and damage, remove
used batteries when used longer than two years. batteries match the diagram shown in the compartment. Do not mix different types of batteries.
The touch screen reduces the number of buttons by changing its configuration for each device selected. In this way, the touch screen can provide a total of 768 buttons (16 devices x 2 pages x 24 buttons per page).
The touch screen buttons enable you to operate the SUR35 and external devices. Use these buttons to program codes from existing remotes, control your devices and set up macro command sequences. You will hear a beep when you press a button. To activate or deactivate the beep, please see Beep Toggling in Chapter 7. The SUR-35 will turn itself off after a user specified time period. To change the time period, please see Power Down Time Period also in Chapter 7.
The buttons on the bottom part of the SUR-35 allow you to operate devices as well as help program the SUR-35. There are three rubber buttons that have special functions: Page / Date Button: Toggles between Page 1 and Page 2 of the Touch Screen buttons. If held down, the unit will also display the date and year in the upper right hand corner, followed by the day and the time. Power Button: Can turn your devices on and off but also during Touch Screen Layout will display all possible LCD choices. Backlight / Sleep Button: Pressing it quickly will turn on the backlight, while holding it down for three seconds will enter the SLEEP Menu.
In order to use the SETUP, DELETE, and MACRO menus you will first need to press and hold the desired menu button for 3 seconds. 3. Press the UP and DOWN arrows to rotate through the channels currently assigned. 4. Press OK to delete a particular channel. This activates a password protection sequence to prevent accidentally entering a programmable menu. 5. Repeat above steps to delete other channels. 6. Press OK when finished.
Using Quick Channel Lists
Figure Confirm Menu Entry Figure 6: Confir m Menu Entr y Pressing Numbers by Pressing Number s
Press the Quick Channel button you wish to use. (It will begin to flash.) Now use the Channel Up and Channel Down buttons to scroll through all channels in this classification. When finished, press the Channel button again to return to normal operation.
Four numbers will appear which will need to be pressed before the desired menu will appear. This is simply to make sure you meant to enter the menu. You can press the numbers in any order you like and they will vanish when pressed. When all of the numbers have vanished, the desired menu will appear.
Transmitting System Setup
The SUR-35 allows transmission of system setup to a personal computer or another SUR-35. The following information can be transferred using the TRAN selection in the SETUP Menu: MCU Program Flash Memory Data Pre-programmed codes (CODE) To perform a data transfer you will need to purchase a link cable. Please see the manual that accompanies the cable for more information on how to do the transfer. For more information on the link cable please see Appendix B Accessories.
SUR-35 User Manual Setup Menu
Deleting Channels from a Quick Channel List
Press and hold the DELETE button on the Touch Screen. Press each number button (2, 4, 6, 8) until it disappears. Use the arrow buttons on the Touch Screen to select Q CH and then press the OK button.
DATE NEW CODE LABL LAY
Set the system clock and date. Create a new device from scratch Assign a pre-programmed manufacturer's code to a device. Re-name a device Change the touch screen layout for a specific device. Learn infrared codes from an existing remote control. Set the automatic power-off time period. Set the backlight time period. Collect un-learnable IR codes from existing remote controls. Transmit system software or infrared codes from one SUR-35 to another or to a personal computer. Display the vesion number. Toggle the key-press beep.
1. Use the device keys to select a device and the Page button to select a Touch Screen page. 1
LRN PWDN LITE DBUG
2. Select the Quick Channel classification you want to delete. (The selected classification will flash.)
TRAN VER BEEP
2. Use the number keys to enter a channel number. Some devices may need you to also press ENTER (if they normally require you to press ENTER after a channel change). 3. Select which Quick Channel classification to put this channel into. (For example press the NEWS button.) 4. Repeat Steps 2 & 3 to add additional channels.
Allows you to delete the infrared codes for a specific touch screen or rubber button CODE: allows you to delete all infrared codes for a specific device while leaving the touch screen layout the same. ALL: deletes both infrared codes and the touch screen layout for a specific device. Resets the SUR-35 back to factory settings. Allows you to erase channels that are stored in one of the Quick Channel categories. (NEWS, SPORTS, MOVIE, EDUCATION or KIDS)
5. Press EXIT to return to the MACRO menu. Press EXIT again to return to the main menu. Note: The SUR-35 can store up to 50 channels that can be sorted using the five quick channel classifications. To use the Quick Channel menu, press a Quick Channel button such as NEWS, SPORTS etc. The selected category will blink when active. Use the Channel up and down hard buttons to cycle through the channels in that category. When switching between categories, the SUR-35 will retain the last channel selected in each category. One minute after the last button press, the unit will return to the main menu.
Choosing a Device
Before you can program the SUR-35 to operate your TV. VCR etc. you have to create a device screen for each device to use. Once programmed, devices are selected by pressing one of the eight device buttons located at the bottom of the unit. Keep pressing a button to cycle through the devices available with that button. Each device button is capable of storing from 0 to 10 devices. For example, you may have two TVs stored in the TV button and three VCRs stored in the VCR button, while having nothing stored in the AUX button. The unit is capable of storing a total of sixteen devices using any combination of the 8 device buttons. The display window in the upper right hand corner of the unit shows the name of the device or its label. If there is no device programmed for that button, it will display EMPT meaning empty. When you create a new device you give it a name or label. After creating a device, you will be able to enter a pre-programmed code, teach an existing remote or customize the control layout to suit your needs. There are two ways to do this based on what starting point you want to work from: Create new Device: Use this method for setting up a new device. Modify Existing Device: Use this if you are having a problem with an already setup device and want to make a change or enhancement.
2. Use the arrow keys to select the timer type. OFF : Off (no timer) DAIL : Daily SPEC : Specific Day/Time 1-5 : Every Mon Fri 1-6 : Every Mon Sat SUN : Every Sunday MON : Every Monday TUE : Every Tuesday WED : Every Wednesday THU : Every Thursday FRI : Every Friday SAT : Every Saturday
3. Press OK to confirm timer type.
New device Creating a New Device
Features Other Features
To create a new device, follow these steps: Press and hold the SETUP button on the Touch Screen for 3 sec. Press each number button (2, 4, 6, 8) until it disappears. Use the arrow buttons on the Touch Screen to select NEW (displayed in the upper right corner) and then press the OK button. 1. Press the device key you wish to use for this device. The name of the selected device will be displayed in the upper right hand corner of the screen and will be blinking. 2. After selecting a device, use the arrow keys to change the letters and create your own label for that device. 3. Press the OK button. 2 4. Now you must select a device default screen. Use the up and down arrows to cycle through the selections. Note: the device screen you select must match the type of device or accessing pre-programmed codes may not be successful. For example, if you are adding a TV, select a TV default screen.
Chapter 6 Other Features
The SUR-35 has the following additional features: Timers: Can be used to start a macro or send a command at a later time. Many timers are available including: daily, weekly, weekends only, weekdays only, or specific days and times. Quick Channel Lists: Used to group certain TV or Satellite channels together. For example, group all news channels together to make it easy to cycle through only the news channels. The five Quick Channel buttons can store a total of 50 channels. Unrecognized Code Collection: Used to collect unrecognized codes that can later be emailed to Sima for analysis. System Setup Transmission: Can be used to transmit system setup to either a personal computer or another SUR-35. Sleep Mode: Can be used to issue a command after a specified time. Version: Will display the version number of your SUR-35.
Timers are fantastic way to automate functions to occur in the future. At a pre-set time, the SUR-35 will wake up and send the command or macro of your choice. Combined with a Macro you can use the SUR-35 to record movies, turn on music, act as an alarm clock, or perhaps make your home look and sound like someone is home even if youre not. Note: you can program up to eight timers at one time.
5. Press OK to exit.
Macros Using Macros
Labeling a Device
To start a Macro for a specific device, first select the device and then simply press the key assigned to the Macro. If you forget which keys have Macros assigned to them, press the MACRO button and all keys with valid Macros will be shown. During the Macro transmission, all commands will be shown on the Touch Screen as they are sent. The SUR-35 can store more than one device in each device button. For example, you may use the SUR-35 to operate two televisions sets. To reduce confusion, you can assign names or labels to each device. The label appears in the upper right hand display window. Step 1 - Press and hold the SETUP button on the Touch Screen. Press each number button (2, 4, 6, 8) until it disappears. Use the arrow buttons on the Touch Screen to select LABL and then press the OK button. Step 2 - Use the UP and DOWN arrows to change the letters. Use the LEFT and RIGHT arrows to position the cursor. (Labels can be 4 digits long.) Step 3 - Press the OK button when finished.
Deleting a Macro
Deleting a Macro is actually simply a matter of deleting the key that the Macro has been assigned to. For example if you assigned a Macro to the TV1 devices #1 key, you can erase the Macro by deleting the number 1 key in the TV1 device. For more information on how to delete a specific key please see page 32.
Changing the Touch Screen Layout
The layout edit mode enables you to customize the SUR35s Touch Screen display to match your existing remote controls. The following steps show you how to make the display on the SUR-35 correspond to an existing remote. Use the LAY selection in the SETUP Menu: Press and hold the SETUP button on the Touch Screen. Press each number button (2, 4, 6, 8) until it disappears. Use the arrow buttons on the Touch Screen to select LAY and then press the OK button. 13. Press the PLAY button. 12. Use the UP and DOWN arrows to select a time delay (in seconds). Note: You can select a time delay between 1-15 seconds. Press OK to confirm time delay.
1. Press a device button to select the device you want to modify. Press the button (Page/Date Button) to change to the Touch Screen page you want to modify. 1
button to show all
14. Press OK to save the Macro. Then press EXIT to leave the MACRO menu
available LCD choices for all buttons.
Layout LCD Layout
8. Press the TV/Video button.
2. Touch the button that you wish to change. It will first go blank (You may change as many buttons as you wish.)
9. Press the DVD device button. 10. Press the POWER button.
3. Each time you touch the button its appearance will change. If you press another button and then return, the first button will default to a blank setting.
11. Press the TIME DELAY button. 4. Press OK to confirm your changes. Then press EXIT to leave the SETUP Menu.
4. Select a device using the device buttons on the SUR-35. For this example press the TV button. 4
Programming Infrared Codes
There are two methods you can use to program infrared codes into the SUR-35:
Using Manufacturer Codes: Use this method to automatically configure all buttons on the SUR-35 for use with a specific manufacturers model number. This feature is the fastest way to program the SUR-35 but requires that your device be located in the Manufacturer Code Tables. (Some newer or less common devices may not be preprogrammed and must be learned using the Learning Function.) Using the Learning Function: Use this method to directly learn the proper infrared signals from another remote control. The learning eye of the SUR-35 will learn the proper signals to send. This method is perfect for newer or less common devices or if a certain button still not does perform the desired function after using pre-programmed manufacturer codes. However, in rare cases, the SUR-35 may not be able to copy the codes from another remote and it may be necessary to collect unrecognized codes and send them to Sima. (See Collecting Unrecognized Infrared Codes in Chapter 3.)
Using the Learning Function
If you have the original remote, the SUR-35 has the ability to directly learn infrared codes.
Chapter 4 Controlling Devices
The SUR-35 is designed to be simple and straightforward to operate. This chapter explains how to use the SUR-35 to control all your devices. This Chapter assumes you have already setup the SUR-35 and assigned Infrared codes to different buttons. See Chapter 3 Setting Up the SUR-35 to Control a Device for more information on assigning codes.
Before Using the Learning Function
Before you start using the SUR-35s learning function, please heed the following precautions: Teach only one remote for each device. For example, dont assign some of the buttons on the TV device screen to operate a TV in the living room, while assigning others to operate a different model TV in the bedroom. Each device button is capable of storing up to ten separate devices. Create a second device to teach a second TV. To change from a device that has already been programmed, delete all of the commands for the first device before teaching new ones. For example, to operate the living room TV instead of the bedroom TV, delete all commands for the bedroom TV first. (See the Deleting a Device section.) Then re-configure the TV device screen for the living room TV. When using the learning function, you must press each button within 2 minutes of pressing the last button. Otherwise, the SUR-35 will exit the learning mode and return to its normal operation mode. A very small number of infrared codes are not learnable by the SUR-35. You may need to first collect the codes (see Collecting Unrecognized Infrared Codes for more information) and then email them to Sima.
Selecting a Device to Control
1. Press one of the eight device buttons to pick the device. Each device button can store up to ten devices. Press the same device button again to cycle through the different devices in that bank.
Changing Touch Screen Pages
1. Press and release the Page Button to alternate between Page 1 and Page 2 of available Touch Screen buttons.
2. Select the device you wish to delete. Make sure the device name displayed in the upper right hand corner of the touch screen is the device you wish to erase.
Learning from Another Remote Control
To teach the codes from your remote, set both remotes on a flat surface facing each other. Be sure to point your devices remote control at the SUR-35s learning eye, which is located at the bottom of the unit. Do not use the other eye located at the top of the SUR-35. You do not have to turn on the actual device (TV, VCR, etc). Refer to the following illustration.
3. Press OK to erase this device. Or press EXIT to cancel without erasing the device.
Figure Learning Eye Figur e 7: Using the Lear ning Eye
To learn infrared codes directly from a devices remote control, follow these steps: Press and hold the SETUP button on the Touch Screen for 3 seconds.
Deleting a Device
If you have an unused or an unwanted device, you may erase the infrared codes for the device and keep the Touch Screen layout , or you may erase the codes and the Touch Screen layout. To delete a device from the SUR-35 follow these steps: Press and hold the DELETE button on the Touch Screen. Press each number button (2, 4, 6, 8) until it disappears. Use the arrow buttons on the Touch Screen to select BANK and then press the OK button. 1. Use the Arrow keys to chose CODE: Erase infrared codes only but keep Touch Screen display the same. or ALL: Erase both codes and Touch Screen layout.
Press each number button (2, 4, 6, 8) until it disappears.
Use the arrow buttons on the Touch Screen to select LRN and then press the OK button.
1. Use the device keys to select the device you want to program. Make sure the other remote control is pointed directly at the SUR-35s Learning eye. Keep them 2~4 inches apart. (5~10 cm) Rubber Keys
Deleting a Specific Key
To erase the infrared codes for a specific Touch Screen or Rubber button and retain it in the layout, follow these steps: Press and hold the DELETE button on the Touch Screen for 3 seconds. Press each number button (2, 4, 6, 8) until it disappears. Use the arrow buttons on the Touch Screen to select KEY and then press the OK button. 1. Select the device that has the key that you want to erase. 2. Select the key you want to erase.If you want to erase more keys, you may select them now. 3. When finished, press OK to confirm erasing the keys or press EXIT to cancel without erasing. Then press the EXIT key to leave the DELETE Menu.
The touch screen will display a set of buttons that correspond to the rubber keys on the bottom half of the SUR-35. Although these buttons appear on the touch screen, in programming them, you are actually programming the rubber buttons. For example: The upper right button corresponds to the Power button as shown at right.
The up and down arrows represent the Channel up and down keys (or Play and Stop). The left and right arrows represent the Volume up and down buttons (or FF/Rew). The center button is the Enter button. and the lower right button is the Mute button. The bottom button corresponds to the device buttons and you can program it to send a command to turn on a device when you select it. You can program each rubber button by using this screen. 2. The Power button (upper right) should now be flashing on the touch screen. 3. Press and hold the Power button on the other remote control for at least 2 seconds. 4. Check to see whether ERROR or OK is displayed on the top of the SUR-35 Touch Screen. If ERROR appears, try again. The next programmable button on the Touch Screen will flash automatically. When all buttons on the current page are programmed, it will automatically switch to the next page.
You can directly select the next button to program by touching it or Page Key to go to press the page 1 of the Softkeys.
Collecting Unrecognized Infrared Codes
Use this procedure in the rare instance when the SUR-35 is unable to recognize the infrared signals from another remote control. (You only see the ERROR indicator when Using the Learning Function.) Once collected you can use the Remote Connector (see Appendix B Accessories) to upload the unrecognized codes to your personal computer and then email them to Sima for analysis. Sima can then update the system software and send you an updated version that will recognize the codes. Simas service email address is: www.simacorp.com. All unrecognized codes should be sent to this address. When you enter the Code Collection mode, the SUR-35 will immediately erase the previously stored unrecognized codes. If you have more than one remote that is not programmable, please upload the first remotes unrecognized codes and then gather the second remotes.
5. SoftKey Page 1 The screen represents Page 1 of the Touch Screen buttons.
Repeat the above process for each button and press the button when finished. 6. SoftKey Page 2 This screen represents the Page 2 Touch Screen buttons that will be available when using the device. Repeat the above process for each button.
SoftKey Page 1
SoftKey Page 2 7. When finished programming all the buttons you want to assign infrared codes to, press the EXIT button. 8. Press the EXIT button one more time to leave the SETUP Menu.
To collect unrecognized codes: Press and hold the SETUP button on the Touch Screen. Press each number button (2, 4, 6, 8) until it disappears. Use the arrow buttons on the Touch Screen to select DBUG and then press the OK button. The rest of the collection procedure is the same as Using the Learning Function. When finished press the EXIT button.
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