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CENTURION BACKUP MEMORY MODULE

Swapping out a controller? Don’t lose those all-important settings and remote controls and waste precious time reprogramming them. With CENTURION’s handy Backup Memory Module you can securely store all configured settings and learned in remote control buttons in a matter of seconds – and restore them just as effortlessly on your new controller.

Backing up

Step 1: Remove the DOSS harness and insert the memory module into the newly-available port.

Step 2: Enter programming mode, scroll to and select Menu 10: General Settings and select sub-menu 10.5: Backup EEPROM. All settings and learned in remote control buttons will now be backed up onto the memory module to be restored on a later stage.

NOTE: this does NOT include limit settings, which will have to be reprogrammed.

Step 3: Plug the DOSS harness back into the port.

Restoring

Step 1: Remove the DOSS harness and insert the memory module into the newly-available port.

Step 2: Enter programming mode, scroll to and select Menu 10: General Settings and select sub-menu 10.4: Restore EEPROM. All settings and learned in remote control buttons will now be transferred to the new controller.

Step 3: Plug the DOSS harness back into the port.

Step 4: Initiate the limit setup procedure.

Besides being an incredibly useful and convenient onsite tool, the Backup Memory Module will also act as an accouterment to the newly-launched Service Exchange Programme, specifically in instances where the controller needs to be replaced