Remote (P2) Button Locations and Functions

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  

Functions of the P2 Button:
- Pairing to the Pulse 2 app
- Setting/Deleting Favorite Position
- Creating/Deleting Group Channels

Remote (P2) Button Locations and Functions


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