1) POWER ON THE FTQ MODULE IN MASTER MODE AND SET ID

Power up the FTQ module and press and hold the green FWD >> button on the module as it goes through the startup in INIT Mode.


On the module display, a "M" will be displayed in the upper right hand corner to the right of the ID indicating that the module is in Master Mode and it will go into TEST State. 


Note:  If the module is in Stand Alone mode in the Configuration Settings, it will automatically start up in Master Mode without pressings and holding the green FWD>> button.   For more information on the Configuration Settings see the following article:  coming soon


2) LEARN OR CONFIRM THE SMALL RF REMOTE CODES

Once in TEST State, press and hold a button on the Small RF Remote. 

  • If the Small Remote is already learned, the Module will go into the Small Remote Status menu
  • If the Small Remote is not learned, the Module will go into the Small Remote Learn menu. 

For additional details on Learning or Confirming the status of the Small Remote, see this article: Learning the Small Remote RF Codes


3) ARM THE MODULE

With the module in Master Mode and in TEST State, press and hold the green FWD>>button on the module to advance to ARMED State


Note:  Arming via the Small Remote with the Small Remote button learned for the green FWD>> button can be enabled in the Configuration Settings.  For more information on the Configuration Settings see the following article:  coming soon



4) STEP FIRE WITH THE SMALL REMOTE

Once the module is in ARMED, pressing the button on the Small Remote learned for the ALT1 function will step fire through the channels and rails



Additional Information: 


The default step-fire sequence without a script starts with Rail 1 Channel 1 and then proceeds through the channels on the rail, before proceeding with the first channel on the next rail. 


If a script is loaded, the step fire function will proceed through the channels in chronological order of the pyro events in the loaded script.


For more information about fireTEK operation Modes and States check out this article:  fireTEK MODES and STATES