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Usage

The usage of the flap is almost like the original firmware, for most functions you can use the manual supplied with the flap.

LED states

GreenRedFunctionVersion
blinksblinksNormal, but no cat programmed0.90
offoffNormal0.90
off (on if night)onNight0.90
offblinksVet0.90
onoffConfig mode0.90
blinksoff (on if day)Day0.95

Usage

ActionVersionButtonsDescription
Program new cat0.90Hold green button for 10 secondsGreen LED blinks, put cat under scanner.
Triple beep = success
Single beep = failure
Night mode0.90Press red buttonPress again to leave night mode. Night mode engages the outgoing lock if it's dark. Needs up to 60s to adjust to current brightness
Day mode0.95Hold red button for 10 seconds (different from original firmware!)Press (short) again to leave day mode. Day mode engages the outgoing lock if it's day. Needs up to 60s to adjust to current brightness
Vet mode0.90Press green button (different from original firmware!)Press again to leave vet mode. Vet mode engages the outgoing lock
Config mode0.90Press both buttons at the same timeThe flap beeps, the green LED is on.
Child lock0.90Not implemented (different from original firmware!)-
Erase mode0.90Hold both buttons for 30 secondsFlap beeps, all settings are deleted
Default mode0.90Not implemented (different from original firmware!)-

Config mode
If you are in config mode, you can "navigate" through the settings by pressing the red or the green button. Red increases the mode, green decreases. The current setting number is signalled by beeps. Two beep = setting two and so on. To modify the setting press both buttons at the same time.

BeepsSettingDescription
1CancelExits config mode
2Open modeNot implemented (different from original firmware!)
3Silent modeToggle beep sound if cat enters
4Set brightness levelSet the brightness level on which in night mode the flap is locked
5Open timePress and hold the green button as long as you want the flap to be open if your cat unlocked it
6Low power lock statePressing the green button toggles the green lock, pressing the red button toggles the red lock. If the locks have the desired state you want them to have if the battery fails, press both buttons to save the state and exit.
Last modified 2 years ago Last modified on Oct 18, 2014, 1:00:55 AM