Motor (P1) Button Locations & Functions

Motor (P1) Button Locations & Functions

The P1 is found on every motor type. It is used for initial pairing and additional programming steps. Below is the location of the button on various motor models.
Tubular Motor - Roller, Roman, or Zebra Shades

Cord Lift Motor - Cellular and Honeycomb Shades

Drapery Motor - Drapes and Curtains

Tilt Motor - Venetian and Other Blinds


The P1 button allows you to program your shades with other devices, as well as set certain functions with the motor itself

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