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The Subtle Remote for your Tablet or Computer

Small enough to hide in the palm of your hand, smart enough to work even from inside your pocket, the AirTurn DIGIT II makes it easy to present and control apps without sticking out like a sore thumb.  Take pictures. Play music. Present without distractions.   All with a device that’s subtle enough to stay out of the way and keep the focus on you. 

The AirTurn DIGIT II works with nearly 100 apps for iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac and PC to control presentation programs, camera apps, teleprompter apps, backing tracks, and even music playlists in iTunes across all platforms. Thanks to the magic of Bluetooth, you don’t have to aim and point the DIGIT II at a receiver – just stay within a 60 foot range of the host tablet or computer to operate wirelessly, silently, and reliably.

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Dimensions

  • 6" Wide x 1" Height x 8" Depth
  • Weight:  .25 lbs.

How to control Keynote for iPad with the DIGIT II

Version 2.2 of Keynote for iPad fixes a number of bugs and restores the ability to advance slides with the AirTurn DIGIT II Bluetooth remote. This tutorial shows how to set up VoiceOver mode on the DIGIT II and iPad, which is necessary for controlling this version of Keynote for iPad.

DIGIT II Guide

  • Power On/Off
  • Pairing and Connecting
  • Modes of Operation
  • Charging the Battery
  • LED Indications
  • DIGIT II Manual

To Power on the AirTurn DIGIT II, press and hold the round center button for 1 second. To power off, hold the button for 2 seconds. The DIGIT II will power off after 10 hours of non-use.

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The DIGIT II is designed to always be discoverable and will show up as a keyboard with the device name shown in the following format:
DIGIT II-ABCD
where ABCD represents the last 4 characters of the Bluetooth MAC address.
Since the DIGIT II uses SSP (Secure, Simple Pairing), then the typical 4-digit pairing code is not required. In the event a PC or MAC is configured to use an older Bluetooth stack such as version 2.0, then the pairing code is 1234.
Once paired, the DIGIT II will automatically connect back to the host device on power up or when a link is lost. Up to 8 pairings can be stored by the DIGIT II and the most recent pairing is the host that DIGIT II will try to connect back to.

iOS Device Pairing

To pair the DIGIT II with an iOS Device such as the iPad, iPod or iPhone, tap the following sequence:
Settings → General → Bluetooth → DIGIT II-ABCD

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DIGIT 2 DiagramTo change the operational mode, hold down the appropriate button as described in the following table on POWERUP.  The YELLOW and Blue LEDs will flash quickly 5 times to indicate that the mode has changed, and the Blue LED will blink X times to show the new mode.  The DIGIT II will remember the configured mode through power- up cycles.

Once the mode is set, you can toggle between this stored mode and iTunes mode by a long press on B4 at any time.

Button

Mode

B1

iTunes/iCamera default /mode 1

B2

Presentation 1 /mode 2

B3

Presentation 2/ mode 3

B4

Voice Over /mode 4

 

 

 

 

The remote has 4 “modes” which define up to 5 variable keystrokes that are sent when a button is pressed, including iTunes, Presenter 1, Presenter 2 and VoiceOver mode. The default mode can be selected on power up by holding down button B1, B2, B3, or B4. The following chart shows the characters sent for each mode.

Button

iTunes

Mode 1

Presenter 1

Mode 2

Presenter 2

Mode 3

VO

Mode 4

Long Press

B1

Volume +

Up Arrow

PgUp

Left Arrow

Erase Pairing

B2

Prev Track

Left Arrow

Left Arrow

Alt-Left Arrow

Toggle Keyboard

B3

Next Track

Right Arrow

Right Arrow

Alt -Right Arrow

Invoke SIRI

B4

Volume -

Down Arrow

PgDn

Right Arrow

B5

B

B

Speech on/off

Power/On/Off

Erasing the stored pairing – B1 long press

To Erase the stored pairing; hold down B1 for 8 seconds.

Toggling virtual keyboard – B2 long press

Holding down B2 will toggle the virtual no-screen keyboard on an iDevice. The on-screen keyboard is OFF by default once the DIGIT II connects, and to pop it up you need to be in an application that requires the keyboard, such as notepad, browser, or email.

Invoking SIRI on iDevice– B3 long press

Holding down B3 will invoke SIRI on an iOS device.

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To charge the battery, insert the charging cable into the micro-USB port and plug the other end into any USB source. You can also use any micro-USB charging power supply.

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LED

Action

Meaning

Yellow

Slow steady blink

Device powered on and trying to connect to a paired client

Yellow

Short Pulse

Powered on and ready to pair

Yellow

pulse

Keystrokes sent

Blue

Slow Pulse

Connected

Blue and Yellow

Both flash together  X times at startup

On power up, the sequence indicates the mode by flashing both LEDs at the same time according to which mode is in use. 1 x’s = Mode 1;  2x’s=mode 2 etc

Blue and Yellow

Flashing alternately Fast blink

Low Battery

Blue and Yellow

Solid

Charging

Yellow

Solid

Charged

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DIGIT II PDF ManualClick here for the PDF version of the DIGIT II Manual

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