Pairing Shades & Adding Rooms
Once you pair the Pulse 2 hub to the app, you will be prompted to 'Pair a Shade' If you would like to add additional shades or Rooms which allow for group control, see the instructions below
When Pairing with 'REMOTE' make sure you wait for a reaction from the shade on each press of the 'P2' Button on the back of the remote
You MUST pair the Pulse 2 hub to your Wi-Fi before pairing shades
Pairing A Pulse 2 Hub [iOS - Apple]
The Pulse 2 hub is certified with Apple Devices and has native HomeKit integration. This means you can control Siri with voice commands the moment you setup your hub and shades! Follow the below instructions for pairing via iOS devices. You cannot ...
Remote (P2) Button Locations and Functions
The P2 button is a programming button located on every remote. Typically, it is found on the back of the remote, under the battery cover. Refer to the images below for the P2 location on different control devices Reflect on the Programming ...
Pairing A Pulse 2 Hub [Android]
The Pulse 2 Hub can be paired with Android devices, follow the below instructions for a successful pairing experience You cannot pair the hub via the Ethernet cable The Pulse 2 Hub only connects to 2.4ghz networks - please reference your router ...
How Do I Link My Shades with Google?
The Pulse 2 Hub has a native integration with Google Home - meaning you can control your shades via voice through the Google Home app as well as allow it to work with other Google integrated products! You must have a Pulse 2 Hub and all shades paired ...
Shade Control/Pairing Issues
If you're having issues pairing or controlling a shade to your paradigm remote, it is likely in the wrong protocol. It is important to have the remote in ARC mode Try the below to change the remote between Legacy(EL) and ARC protocol. Shade ...