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You will find information about the dimensions of the SeKi remotes and the single buttons here or at the product details of each type.

Yes. You can find all SeKi manuals in different languages here.

SeKi Medium and SeKi Grande remote can be programmed on two levels A and B. Because of this it is possible to programm each button with two different codes.

If you do not need two levels, SeKi Easy and SeKi Easy Plus will be the better choice. Furthermore these two remote have two additional free programmable buttons.

Each button can only learn one single code.

SeKi Medium and SeKi Grande can learn two codes by using two levels A and B.

SeKi Medium and SeKi Grande remotes can be programmed with two codes per button (one each level). Because of this you can control two devices with one button (not at the same time) depending on the selected level.

Example:

You have programmed all functions of your tv to level A and all functions of your satellite receiver to level B. When pressing A, all buttons will control your tv, for example switching the device on and off. When pressing B you will switch off your satellite receiver by pressing power button, because level B is programmed with all satellite receiver codes.

 

In many cases SeKi remotes are used to controll different devices. This is why many customers asked us to put a second power button on remote controls. SeKi DVD, SeKi Easy and SeKi Easy Plus remotes do have that second power button, so it is possible to switch two devices on and off for example television and DVD player with only one remote control.

Every SeKi remote with a numeric pad can be used for controlling teletext. SeKi Easy Plus, SeKi Hotel and SeKi Care have a special TXT button to learn the teletext function. For SeKi Grande this function has to be programmed for example to AV button.

At SeKi Care, SeKi Easy, SeKi Easy Plus and SeKi Hotel remotes you can learn individual functions to the *-button. This button is meant to be used for functions that are not included in the regular button printings.

All SeKi remotes Slim, Medium, Grande, DVD, Easy, Easy Plus, Hotel, Hotel Eco and Care can replace all audio video infrared remote controls.

Unfortunately all SeKi remotes can only replace infrared remote controls at this moment. Bluetooth remotes can not be replaced. We currently work on a bluetooth SeKi remote.

SeKi Air can controll 2000 different air conditioning models. You can find a list of all brands at the product details of SeKi Air

The leds will show correct or failed functions during programming mode. During normal use the leds are only important for SeKi Medium and SeKi Grande. At these two models the leds show which level A or B is currently activated.

Programming SeKi remotes is very easy. Please download the manual for your model here and follow the four easy steps to learn all codes to your SeKi remotes.

Yes. Each button can learn a code from another device. For eample you can learn SeKi´s power and volume buttons with function of your television and SeKi´s channel (and number) buttons with codes of your satellite receiver.

No. A and B buttons have to be used for selecting the controlling level respectively the device you want to control.

It is not necessary to delete any codes. Just start the programming mode again and learn the correct code to the button. The old code will be overwritten.

Yes. All SeKi remotes can be programmed again at all times and as often as you want.

Unfortunately all SeKi remotes (except of SeKi Air) need a working original remote for programming mode. A SeKi Universal remote with preprogrammed code library is under development at this moment and is expected to be introduced in autumn 2014.

In some cases it might be necessary to enter code "16" instead of code "32" at the SeKi programmer to do a correct copying.

Please start copy mode again and use code "16".

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Conventional lamps with E27, E14, G9 and GU10 sockets can be replaced without any further requirements.

LED tubes can only be used in housings with conventional (cb) or low-loss ballasts (llb). If the existing lamp has an electric transformer (etr) the cables need to be modified by a skilled electrican. When replacing the tubes the regular starter has to be replaced by the dummy-starter (included in delievery) as well.

These short cuts are explaning the type of the used ballast:

cb: conventional ballast

llb: low-loss ballast

etr: electric transformer

Conventional led tubes in housings with cb or llb can be replaced without any problems. Housings with etr require a modification of the cables by a skilled technican before replacing the tubes.

60cm tubes are used in louvered luminaires consisting of 2 or 4 tubes very often. In those louvered luminaires tandem cicuits are used, that have 2 tubes connected in series. Such connections in series are not suitable for led tubes because they need to be connect to full 230V at any time.

 

To be able to us led tubes in such louvered luminaires the cables have to be modified. A parallel connections is needed instead of the existing connection in series. Please note that such a modification has to be done be a skilled technican.

We recommend to think about using the energy-saving led panels (you can find further information here) instead of using the led tubes and modifying the wiring.

 

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