On the Subject of Symbolic Colouring

Show off your natural hue.

See Appendix B for battery identification reference.

  • The module has 8 buttons.
  • The buttons on the top row are each labeled with a different symbol.
  • The buttons on the bottom are the colour buttons.
  • Pressing the white button will reset your current colour to white.
  • Pressing any of the other colour buttons will add that colour to your current colour.
  • To disarm the module, press all four symbol buttons in the correct order.
  • However, each button will correspond to a colour, and pressing a button while your current colour does not match its designated colour will register a strike.
  • Symbol button order is from left to right.

Refer to "Colour Button Chart" for how to use the colour buttons.

First, use the table below to determine the order you need to press the symbol buttons.

Last digit of the serial number is
Batteries odd even
0 3,1,2,4 3,4,1,2
1 1,3,2,4 2,1,3,4
2 2,4,3,1 1,4,2,3
3 3,4,2,1 3,1,4,2
4 2,1,4,3 4,1,2,3
5 1,4,3,2 2,3,4,1
6 4,2,1,3 1,2,4,3
7 1,3,4,2 4,2,3,1
8 3,2,1,4 2,4,1,3
9 2,3,1,4 3,2,4,1
Otherwise 4,3,2,1 1,2,3,4

Then, use the table below to determine the colour of each symbol button.

Button Position
Symbol 1 2 3 4
α
β
γ
δ
ε
ζ
η
θ
ϑ
ι
κ
λ
μ
ν
ξ
π
ρ
σ
Button Position
Symbol 1 2 3 4
ς
τ
υ
φ
ϕ
χ
ψ
ω
ϖ
Γ
Θ
Λ
Ξ
Π
Σ
ϒ
Button Position
Symbol 1 2 3 4
Φ
Ψ
Ω
ƒ
א

Colour Button Chart

Button Colour
White Reset to White
Red Add Red
Yellow Add Yellow
Blue Add Blue
Button Colour
Red + Yellow Makes Orange
Red + Blue Makes Purple
Yellow + Blue Makes Green
Red + Yellow + Blue Makes Black