Repair Recall - HUB RESET
We are glad to hear that your hub has been returned to you. This hub has been reset to factory settings and it will need to be paired to the app and reprogramed.
Please select the link corresponding to the device you will be using to pair your hub back to the app
Reconnecting your Pulse 2 Hub - After Repair Recall
We sincerely thank you for your participation in our repair recall program for the Pulse 2 hub. Your commitment and trust in our brand holds immense value to us. By taking part in this program, you're not only helping us rectify any potential issues ...
Repair Recall - HUB REPAIRED
We are glad to hear that your hub was repaired, please see steps to follow below 1 - Plug the HUB to Power and wait for a Solid Blue Light: Connect the hub to a power source and wait until a solid blue light is displayed. 2 - Log In to the App: Open ...
How to do a Factory Reset a Motor
Press and hold the P1 button for approximately 14 seconds to receive 4 jogs and 4 beeps. The P1 button may be a different location depending on the type of motor you have How to Factory Reset a Motor Relevant Documentation Automate Programming ...
Pulse 1 Hub - How to Re-pair The Hub After Changing a Router or Internet Provider
These are the steps to re-pair the Pulse 1 hub to a new Wi-Fi connection without loosing any settings. Re-pairing the hub is necessary after a changing a router or internet provider. Hub pairing must be done wirelessly and over a 2.4 GHz Network DO ...
Repair Recall - How to Re-connect Your Pulse 2 to the Network via an Android Device
After you have received your hub back, please follow below instructions to re-connect your hub to the app Press and hold the P button on the back of the hub. Once it turns green, release. Green indicates that you've cleared out the internet ...