The following steps will allow you to program your InteracTV controller:
Make sure the InteracTV controller has good batteries. Slide the 3 position memory switch, on the back of the controller, to the desired memory position. The controller is capable of being setup for up to 3 different DVD players in 3 different locations.The controller must be setup and tested individually for each of the 3 DVD players, but once that is done the controller will retain the manufacturer's code and does not need to be setup again.If the consumer accidentally enters a new valid 4-digit manufacturer’s code, then they must set it up again for that DVD player.It is a good idea to write the 4-digit manufacturer’s code in the labeling area provided on the back of the controller.
Insert the compilation DVD into the DVD player and turn on the DVD player and TV.
Insert the programming card into the controller; the green light should blink twice.
Locate the manufacturer’s codes in the user’s manual.
Enter the first 4 digit code listed under the manufacturer. Use the right arrow button for the number. The light should blink after each button press and blink a long blink after the 4th digit is entered.
Remove the programming card.The light should double blink when the card is removed
Insert the test card into the unit;the green light should double blink.
The DVD should skip to the test screen, if it does not, repeat from step 3, choosing the next manufacturer’s code on the list. If the test card skips to the footage, which resembles the test card, then proceed with testing the unit.See Testing the unit section of you manual or quick setup instructions.
If you have tried all of the manufacturer's codes listed and you cannot locate an acceptable code, see programming the unit using manual search in your user's manual.
If all codes in the instruction manual have been tried unsuccessfully or your brand of DVD player is not listed, it is possible that the code for your DVD player may still be in the controller. You may be able to find the code using the manual search method.
Make sure the controller has good batteries and slide the 3 position memory switch on the back of the controller to the desired memory position.
Insert the compilation DVD into the DVD player and turn on the DVD player and TV.
Insert the programming card into the controller, the green light should blink twice.
Point the controller at the DVD player and press the left arrow key.
Continue to press the left arrow key at a 1 second interval. Be sure to watch to see if the power to the DVD player turns off.
If the power to the DVD player turns off stop and remove the programming card. Turn the DVD player back on. Play the disk and allow the DVD footage to play through until it gets to the screen, which shows the 5 different activity cards.
Insert the test card into the controller, the green light should blink twice.
The DVD should skip to the test screen, if it does not remove the test card and re-insert the programming card and continue from step 5.
This process may take a while. If you press the left arrow button more than 300 times and the green light no longer blinks, it is possible that your DVD player's code is not supported by this version of the controller. Verify version and if new version includes more codes for their DVD player. If so, send a new controller. If no new codes have been added to their brand of DVD player, you will need to follow the service policy, return for voucher or refund.
If the test card skips to the footage, which resembles the test card then proceed with testing the controller. See Testing the unit section of your manual or quick set up instructions.
Insert the test card. If the DVD skips to the test screen, press each letter A-I on the test card and wait for the corresponding letter to light up on the TV screen before pressing the next letter. If each of the letters successfully lights up, press each of the two arrow buttons and wait for the arrow button to light up on the TV screen before pressing the next arrow button.
If all the buttons light up, remove the test card. The footage should now display a screen with 3 activity cards on it (menu screen). If so, you have successfully programmed the controller.
Insert an activity card you are now ready to play. See the "Playing with InteracTV" section of your manual.
If all the buttons do not light up or you return to the menu screen when the card is removed (the controller is only partially functional), it is possible there is a different code which will give the controller full functionality. Try programming a different code using one of the two programming methods. See Programming the remote using Manufacturer’s codes section or Programming the unit using the manual search method section of your manual.
If you have exhausted all the codes and none of them gives you full functionality, (changing a macro may help) see the "Using Macros" section of your manual.
Yes, as long as it is a standard size SD/SDHC card up to 16 gigabytes (GB) in size. Please note, however, that after inserting into the hadnheld device, it will overwrite any existing pictures/files already on the SD card.
Playing with InteracTV requires you to insert an activity card into the controller. When inserting the activity card, make sure to point the controller at the DVD player.
If the controller is programmed correctly, the footage on the TV should change when the activity card is inserted. Some DVD players respond slower than others, so give it a second. The wait should be no longer than 5 seconds.
Footage of your favorite TV character will play on the TV. At some point the character will ask the child a question and footage on the TV screen will match the icons on the activity card. Wait for the character to finish asking the question or giving directions.
Then you can input your answer by pressing one of the icons on the activity card. Make sure the controller is pointed at the DVD player when you do this. Your selected answer should light up on the TV screen and the footage should continue.
At anytime you can press either the forward or back arrows to forward to the next section or skip back to the previous section. The green indication light will light up whenever you press an icon or arrow button.
Removing the activity card brings you back to the main menu screen. You can then put in a different activity card and continue playing. An activity card must be in the unit in order for the controller to work.
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When testing with the test card, the consumer is getting no functionality
with the any buttons. A character macro maybe needed.
The controller is shipped with several default macros. Certain DVD
players require an enter command be sent after the numeric commands (arrow keys
do not require enter), others require that all commands be sent multiple times
The macros are programmed after the manufacture code has been programmed.
There are two sets of macros. One set controls the number of times a
command is sent.
The other sends additional characters with the number commands.
0001 – Will send only the numeric command (1-9)
0002 – Will send the numeric command (1-9), then enter (default)
0003 – Will send zero then the numeric command (1-9)
0004 – Will send zero then the numeric command (1-9) then enter.
Number of times command is sent
0005 – Will send the IR command one time
0006 – Will send the IR command 2 times (default)
0007 – Will send the IR command 3 times
If no macro is entered the controller will use the default macros. In most
cases the default macro will function fine and does not need to be changed.
The additional character macro is specific to the 3 pos. memory
switch. Every time a new manufacture code is programmed the Additional
character macro will reset to the default code.
The additional character macro only affects the number 1-9 it does not
affect the arrow buttons
The number of times command is sent macro is assigned to all positions of
the memory switch and will not reset to default even if a new manufacturers code
is entered. The consumer must reprogram it to change it.
When programming a macro each button pressed will flash the green indicator
light once. When the final digit is pressed and the macro is programmed
the green indicator light will flash twice (just like when inserting a card).
After any of these commands are entered into the controller, the controller
will stop responding to button presses until the card is removed and
Version 1.0 remotes do not support macros and will not display the double
blink after the 4th button is pressed.
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