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EN 300 220-1 EN 300 220-3 EN 301 489-1 EN 301 489-3 Steinhagen, den 13.09.2004 ppa. Axel Becker Geschäftsleitung

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1 General information 2 Installation 3 Important terms 4 Light/flashing signals 5 Changing the access codes

5.1 Transmitting after entering an access code

5.2 Direct function of the “bell/light” key 5.2.1 Transmitting via the “bell/light” key

5.3 Teaching in the radio code switch on the operator/receiver 6 Reset 7 EC manufacturer's declaration TR20C001-D RE / 07.2009 15 1 General information The code modulator is a combination of a hand transmitter and a digital coder and, besides the receivers which are mostly already available, does not require any additional equipment.

Note:

Before installing the digital coder, check the location where you wish to install it to make sure that the receivers can pick up the radio signal.

Installing directly on metal will compromise the range. In such cases you should install at a distance of at least 2-3 cm.

The RCT3b is powered by a standard 9 V block battery (see fig. 1). Successfully made entries and alterations are stored and retained even in the event of a voltage loss. Via three individually selectable 4-digit access codes just as many functions can be activated by radio control; i.e. using an RCT3b unit it is possible, for example, to actuate up to three door/gate operators by impulse.

Available in addition is a direct function (not protected by an access code), with which, likewise wireless and together with a corresponding receiver, other devices, e.g. a bell or outdoor lighting, can be operated.

Illumination of the keypad starts as soon as a key is pressed and extinguishes approx. 20 seconds after the last key is pressed.

2 Installation Following successful installation (see fig. 1), insert the battery accordingly.

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16 TR20C001-D RE / 07.2009 code is always assigned to an access code. In the ex factory state or after a

reset the access codes are preassigned as follows:

access code 1 for radio code 1: “1234” access code 2 for radio code 2: “2345” access code 3 for radio code 3: “3456” Radio codes These are the unique rolling code radio codes which, as with the hand transmitters, can be transmitted. Since in addition to the three radio codes, which can be accessed via the access codes, there is a further radio code which can be directly accessed (without any access code), a total of 4 radio codes are available in the unit.

Rolling code This code modulator works according to the rolling code principle. The transmitted code changes from one transmission procedure to the next.

4 Light/flashing signals

How the LED glows varies, depending on the operating state:

- short light signal

- long light signal

- slow-flashing

- rapid-flashing

- extremely rapid-flashing

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TR20C001-D RE / 07.2009 17

Note:

Each time it is permitted to press a key, this is acknowledged by a short light signal; this also enables you to monitor whether the key was actually pressed. Furthermore, when two keys are pressed in succession, the time between pressing the first key and the second may not exceed 15 seconds; otherwise a long light signal is emitted and you can/must then start afresh. In this way (simply wait for a long light signal) any action initiated incorrectly or by mistake can be terminated and you can then start again.

An invalid or incorrect entry is always indicated by three short light signals - after which the unit completely deactivates itself for 10 seconds and you then have to wait for a long light signal before starting the action again.

In the ex factory state or after a reset, the factory access code is assigned to all three memory locations (numbered 1 to 3). These access codes should

be changed as follows (fig. 2):

1. Depending on the radio code location, press the “key” button 1x, 2x or 3x.

2. Enter the valid access code (for access code following ex factory delivery or a reset see section 3/fig. 2), otherwise your own respectively valid access code.

3. Press the “key” button ➜ if the entry is valid, a long light signal is emitted.

If the entry is invalid, 3 short light signals are emitted.

4. Enter the new 4-digit access code via the numerical keys.

5. Press the “key” button ➜ if the entry is valid, a long light signal is emitted.

6. Enter the new 4-digit access code again.

7. Press the “key” button ➜ if your entry is valid, a long light signal is emitted and the entered or changed access code comes into force with immediate effect.

18 TR20C001-D RE / 07.20095.1 Transmitting after entering an access code

Instructions on entering the access codes for operating functions:

Before entering a valid or suitable access code, any number of numerical keys can be pressed, so that on entering the access code in the company of another person, there is no risk of that person being able to take note of your code. Only the last 4 numerical keys pressed before the “key” button is pressed, are used to compare the entered code with the memorized access code.





Each time it is permitted to press a key, this is acknowledged by a short light signal; this also enables you to monitor whether the key was actually pressed. Furthermore, when two keys are pressed in succession, the time between pressing the first key and the second may not exceed 15 seconds; otherwise a long light signal is emitted and you then have to start afresh. In this way (simply wait for a long light signal) any action initiated incorrectly or by mistake can be terminated and then started again.

An invalid or incorrect entry is always indicated by three short light signals - after which the unit completely deactivates itself for 10 seconds and you then have to wait for a long light signal before starting the action again.

1. Enter the valid 4-digit access code via the numerical keys.

2. Press the “key” button ➜ if the entry is valid, a long light signal is emitted and the corresponding radio code is transmitted (extremely rapid-flashing light signal).

Note:

As long as the “key” button is pressed, the radio code is transmitted, but for a maximum of 15 seconds.

After the first transmission a 20 second phase starts, during which the same radio code can be repeatedly transmitted via any key except ➤

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5.2 Direct function of the “bell/light” key During normal operation the “bell/light” key has a special status - with it you can transmit direct, i.e. without having to enter access codes, in the same way as with a hand transmitter. Furthermore, its radio code can be recoded as well as reset to the factory coding.

Within the operating functions this direct function is nearly always active, i.e.

also when an access code is being entered, provided that no other key is being pressed or transmission to another radio code location is not being made at the time.

An exception is the 20 seconds phase, in which the same radio code can be repeatedly transmitted without a new access code having to be entered, because here for the premature termination of this phase the “bell/light” key is needed. During this 20 seconds phase the direct function of the “bell/light” key is therefore deactivated.

5.2.1 Transmitting via the “bell/light” key

1. Press the “bell/light” key ➜ a long light signal is emitted and the corresponding radio code is transmitted (extremely rapid-flashing light signal).

Note:

As long as the “bell/light” button is pressed, the radio code is transmitted, but for a maximum of 15 seconds.

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5.3 Teaching in the radio code switch on the operator/receiver The radio code switch works with a rolling code that changes with each sending procedure. For this reason, the radio code switch must be taught in with the desired access code on each receiver that is to be controlled.

1. To do this, briefly press the P button on the operator cover or the P button on the receiver (see Fig. 3). The red LED will begin to flash, signalising that the desired access code can be taught in.

2. Enter the access code via the numerical keys, then press the "key" button.

3. Press the "key" button again within 15 seconds, until the red LED begins flashing very rapidly; then release the button. Once the rapid flashing ends, the desired access code has been successfully taught in and the red LED will remain lit.

4. After teaching in the radio code switch or extending the radio system, check the functions.

6 Reset The reset function allows all the access codes to be reset to the ex factory state.

1. Remove the battery

2. Wait approx. 10 seconds

3. Press the “0” key at the same time as reinserting this battery.

4. The “0” key must be pressed and held for at least 5 seconds.

5. A slow-flashing light signal is emitted for approx. 1 second.

6. A rapid-flashing light signal is emitted for approx. 4 seconds.

7. An extremely rapid-flashing light signal is emitted for approx. 2 seconds.

8. Release the “0” key. The device is now in the normal operating mode again.

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Intended for use in all EU countries, Norway, Switzerland and others.

On the basis of its design and type in the version marketed by us the product described above meets the relevant basic requirements of the directives listed below. In the event that the product is changed or modified without our approval, this declaration loses its validity.

➤ 22 TR20C001-D RE / 07.2009 Relevant directives that the product complies with Conformity of the above mentioned product with the requirements of the Directives according to Section 3 of the R & TTE Directives 1999/5/EC has

been proven by observance of the following Standards:

EN 300 220-1 EN 300 220-3 EN 301 489-1 EN 301 489-3 Steinhagen, 13.09.2004 ppa. Axel Becker Managing Director

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1 Généralités 2 Montage 3 Concepts importants 4 Signaux lumineux ou clignotants 5 Modification des codes d'accès

5.1 Envoi après la saisie d'un code d'accès

5.2 Fonction directe de la touche „sonnette/lumière“ 5.2.1 Envoi avec la touche „sonnette/lumière“

5.3 Apprentissage du clavier à code sans fil par la motorisation/le récepteur 6 Réinitialisation de l'appareil 7 Déclaration CE du fabricant 24 TR20C001-D RE / 07.2009 1 Généralités Le clavier à code sans fil est une combinaison entre un émetteur et un clavier à code, qui ne nécessite aucun appareil additionnel en plus de la plupart des récepteurs déjà disponibles.

Conseil:

Avant le montage du clavier à code sans fil, contrôlez si le signal radio peut être reçu par le récepteur depuis l'endroit où vous comptez monter le clavier. Le montage direct sur métal affecte la portée. Dans ce cas, montez à une distance de 2-3 cm.

Le RCT3b est alimenté en énergie par une batterie commune 9 V (voir illustration 1). Les données et modifications introduites avec succès seront sauvegardées grâce au dispositif à tolérance de panne. Grâce aux trois codes d'accès à 4 chiffres pouvant être utilisés librement, il est possible de déclencher de nombreuses fonctions à distance. Ainsi, par exemple, trois motorisations de porte peuvent être commandées à impulsion sans fil à l'aide d'un RCT3b.

En outre, une fonction directe est disponible, qui n'est pas protégée par un code d'accès, qui permet également d'activer sans fil (avec un récepteur adapté) une sonnette ou un éclairage de cour.

Le clavier s'illumine à la première pression sur une touche et s'éteint env.

20 secondes après la dernière pression sur une touche.

2 Montage Placer la batterie correctement après un montage réussi (voir illustration 1).

3 Concepts importants

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