The AMP Motorization Program brings the automatic power of motors to your window treatments, integrating AMP remote controls, APP, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and other home integration devices to create the perfect ambiance morning, noon and night.
The AMP motorization portfolio is a comprehensive range of motors for a variety of motorized window coverings, including Roller Shades, Roman Shades, Honeycomb Shades, Cellular/Pleated Shades, Sheer Shadings, Revolve/Double Shades and Horizontal Tilt Blinds.
AMP motorization includes handheld remotes, cut-in wall switches and surface mount wall switches for local control of motorized window coverings. The system also includes a Wi-Fi bridge, which enables mobile app control and doubles as a bridge for integration with third party control systems. Visit www.ampmotorization.com/amp-controls for more information.
AMP Motors use radio frequency (RF) to communicate. RF is the most effective telecommunication technology. AMP runs on a frequency of 433.92Mhz and is bi-directional, which means that control and position information can flow from a controller/bridge to the motor and from the motor back to a controller/bridge.
It depends on many factors like the size and weight of the product that the motor is operating, how many times it operates per day, etc. Generally, the target is 500 up/down cycles. Tubular motors will start beeping and other motors will simply run slower, so you know it’s time for a recharge.
No. The motor and battery both have integrated overcharge protection circuits. This means that the battery will limit the charge it will accept if plugged in longer than necessary and the motor turns into a hard-wired solution with a battery backup.
That is a safe lock switch that will keep your remote from changing motor programming functions on AMP motors. This keeps accidental change of top and bottom limits, or other programming functions, which require combination buttons operation.
The pairing is a sequence that has a time limit. When you press and hold the P1 button until the motor jogs one time, you must then press and hold the STOP button on the desired remote within 10 seconds, and the motor will jog twice to confirm that it is paired.
For the top limit, move the bottom rail of the shade to somewhere near where you want the limit to be then press and hold UP and STOP until the motor jogs, and release. The motor will be in programming mode and you can adjust the position as you prefer, hold UP and STOP again to save the new position. For the bottom limit, move the shade somewhere near where you want the bottom limit to be, follow the similar procedure to adjust the bottom limit, except this time, remember to hold DOWN and STOP as you will be saving the bottom limits. See www.ampmotorization.com/gallery for tutorial videos
There are many possible causes to this issue, but most are related to the power supply. Please check the battery pack, is it charged? Check the connection to the motor, is it connected? If none of the above, check your remote’s battery. Also, make sure that the area around the remote and the motor receiver are kept away from metal. If the problem persists, please contact your installer or dealer.
Multiple motors may be paired to the same channel. Always reserve an individual channel for programming functions or place all other motors into sleep mode. Refer to www.ampmotorization.com/gallery for tutorial videos.
Whether you are a home automation enthusiast with many connected devices already in play, or just starting a motorized window treatment project, you can create a personalized whole-home connected experience by integrating AMP Motorization with compatible smart home systems. For full details on compatible systems visit www.ampmotorization.com/amp-controls