SET GROUP ID's
Place the KeyRinger into programming mode and click on the arrow (▶) next to the desired group ID. After programming, click the KeyRinger to exit programming mode.
If you have two or more KeyRingers and someone else in the same household or nearby has two or more KeyRingers and you don't want them all to respond to each other, you need to assign a new group ID to all of your KeyRingers or all of their KeyRingers. To allow a KeyRinger to simultaneously call one or more KeyRingers with the same group ID (and only those KeyRingers with the same group ID), a common group ID must be assigned to each KeyRinger. The first step in assigning a common group ID to one or more KeyRingers is to place the KeyRinger(s) into programming mode.
Enter Programming Mode. Hold the blue double-click button down until the light comes on at which time you must immediately release the button (note that you do not double-click the button and it will be approximately three seconds before the light comes on). When you release the button immediately after the light comes on you should hear a long-short-long beep and see the light quickly flash twice. The KeyRinger is now in programming mode waiting for a command to be played through the speaker(s) on the PC, phone or tablet used to program the KeyRinger. The KeyRinger will remain in programming mode for four minutes or until you click the blue double-click button.
After the KeyRinger is in programming mode, put the KeyRinger down (do not hold it in your hand) and click on the arrow (▶) next to the group ID number that you want assigned to the KeyRinger. When you click the arrow, a tone sequence that will last approximately six seconds should be heard. If you do not hear the tone sequence, verify that the speakers are connected and that the sound on your PC, phone or tablet is enabled and set to a normal listening level. Immediately upon completion of the six-second tone sequence, the KeyRinger should make a long-short-long beep and flash twice to indicate having been successfully programmed. If the KeyRinger does not respond with the long-short-long beep and the two flashes, click again on the arrow to repeat the command. If the KeyRingers fails to successfully program after multiple attempts, make sure the room is quiet and move it close to just one of the speakers, if the PC has stereo speakers, before trying again. If the KeyRinger still fails to program successfully, click the blue button to exit programming mode and start again from Enter Programming Mode. After the groupID is successfully assigned to the KeyRinger, click the blue double-click button to exit programming mode.
Because you will be assigning the same group ID to more than one KeyRinger, you can program multiple KeyRingers at the same time. To do so, place all of the KeyRingers to be assigned the same group ID into programming mode. Then follow the same steps used to program a single KeyRinger. You will not be able to identify which KeyRingers are responding with a long-short-long beep, however, you must verify that each KeyRinger responded with two flashes. If assigning a new group ID to multiple KeyRingers simultaneously is to confusing, then program them one at a time.
To call all KeyRingers within the same group, go to the CALL_KEYRINGER GROUPS 1 - 10 page.