PRINTER’S INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTR,INSTL,SXR-64A - LINEAR P/N: 220822 A - INK: BLACK - MATERIAL: 20 LB. MEAD BOND - SIZE: 11.000” X 17.000” - SCALE: 1-1 - SIDE 1 OF 2
SXR-64A
INTRODUCTION
Supervised Wireless Receiver
and Zone Expander
Installation Instructions
(760) 438-7000 • FAX (760) 438-7043
USA & Canada (800) 421-1587 & (800) 392-0123
Toll Free FAX (800) 468-1340
www.linearcorp.com
SYSTEM OVERVIEW
TX-92
TX-94
T-90D
✶ 64 Programmable Transmitter Channels
✶ 8 Alarm Zones
✶ 4 Supervisory Zones
✶ Rugged Metal Enclosure
✶ Six Condition Displays for Each Transmitter
✶ Alarm Memory with First-Alarm-In
✶ Automatic Supervised Operation
✶ Transmitter Contact State Monitoring
✶ Transmitter Tamper Monitoring
✶ Transmitter Low Battery Monitoring
✶ Transmitter Status Report Monitoring
✶ Easy Installer Programming Interface
✶ High-gain Superheterodyne Receiver
✶ Receiver Automatic Gain Control
✶ Antenna Connector
✶ Decodes 303.875 MHz SX, S1, & MegaCode™ Format Transmitters
✶ Optional Display Blanking while Armed
✶ RF Activity Indicator
✶ Positive or Negative Armed Input
CONDITION DISPLAYS
TYPICAL TRANSMITTERS
TX-91
FEATURES
The Model SXR-64A is a 64-channel, 12-zone, supervised wireless receiver/
annunciator designed for use in residential or commercial security systems. Housed
in a rugged metal enclosure, the SXR-64A connects to a hardwired alarm control
panel adding wireless capability to the panel.
The SXR-64A receives signals from a variety of security transmitters then processes,
displays and transfers the signal to the hardwired alarm control panel. Six unique
conditions for each transmitter channel can be shown on the unit’s display. Conditions
such as “Open Portal”, “Transmitter Low Battery”, “Transmitter Tamper” and “First
Alarm In” show the status of each transmitter in the system. Valuable features such
as Alarm Memory and Transmitter Status allow for quick system diagnosis and
troubleshooting.
The receiver’s eight alarm zones and four supervisory zones provide a flexible
interface to the alarm control panel. Any or all of the zones can be used. All of the
solid state zone outputs can be either normally open or normally closed electrical
configuration and can switch up to 100 mA @ 24 VDC.
An easy programming interface using four pushbuttons lets the installer quickly setup
the system. The UP, DOWN, ADVANCE and MEMORY buttons are located inside the
receiver case and are used for transmitter and system programming.
An on-board, high-gain, superheterodyne radio receiver gives the SXR-64A excellent
reception. The MODE indicator shows RF activity. The local whip antenna (supplied)
or remote external antenna (Model EXA-1000) connects to the receiver through a
standard type “F” connector.
The SXR-64A decodes Linear’s SX, S1, and MegaCode™ format transmitters. The
SXR-64A can be used as a direct replacement for Linear’s SS-32, SSR-32, & SXR-64
receivers with an installation bonus of being able to use up to 64 transmitters in the
system.
Power for the SXR-64A is provided from the alarm control panel. To control the alarm
memory, reset tamper and status alert conditions, an armed input on the receiver
connects to an armed output from the control panel.
TMD-90
COMPONENT LOCATIONS
CONDITIONS FOR ALL TRANSMITTERS
ROTATE ON THE DISPLAY
TSD-90A
OPEN PORTAL
ALL TRANSMITTERS WILL CAUSE THIS CONDITION WHEN AN ALARM SIGNAL IS
SENT. THE CONDITION WILL REMAIN UNTIL A RESTORE SIGNAL IS SENT, UNLESS
THE TRANSMITTER IS SET AS "AUTO RESTORE". THE CHANNEL'S ZONE OUTPUT
WILL BE FAULTED WHEN THIS CONDITION IS DISPLAYED.
LMT-1/303
CONDITION DISPLAY
SHOWS THE TRANSMITTER'S
CONDITION AND IS USED DURING
PROGRAMMING
MODE LIGHT
LIGHTS WHEN UNIT IS
IN PROGRAM MODE,
FLASHES WHEN RF IS
RECEIVED IN RUN
MODE
FIRST ALARM IN
ST-23A
TRANSMITTER DISPLAY
SHOWS THE TRANSMITTER'S
CHANNEL NUMBER AND IS USED
DURING PROGRAMMING
ANTENNA CONNECTOR
TYPE "F" ANTENNA CONNECTOR FOR
CONNECTION TO LOCAL OR REMOTE
ANTENNA THROUGH RG-59 COAX
WHEN THE PANEL IS ARMED, THE FIRST ALARM SIGNAL SENT WILL CAUSE THIS
CONDITION. IF THE CHANNEL IS SET AS "DELAYED", THIS CONDITION WILL OCCUR
AFTER ANY DELAYS IF THE PANEL IS NOT DISARMED. DISPLAY WILL CLEAR THE
NEXT TIME THE PANEL IS RE-ARMED.
MPX/303
MEMORY LIGHT
LIGHTS DURING PROGRAM
MODE TO SHOW WHEN A
TRANSMITTER HAS BEEN
ENTERED OR AN OPTION
HAS BEEN SELECTED,
LIGHTS DURING RUN MODE
WHEN SYSTEM IS ARMED,
BLINKS DURING EXIT DELAY
ADDITIONAL ALARMS IN
WHEN THE PANEL IS ARMED, ADDITIONAL ALARM SIGNALS SENT WILL CAUSE THIS
CONDITION. IF THE CHANNEL IS SET AS "DELAYED", THIS CONDITION WILL OCCUR
AFTER ANY DELAYS IF THE PANEL IS NOT DISARMED. DISPLAY WILL CLEAR THE
NEXT TIME THE PANEL IS RE-ARMED.
UP TO 64 TRANSMITTERS
CAN BE USED
TRANSMITTER LOW BATTERY
ANY TRANSMITTER THAT CAN SEND A LOW BATTERY SIGNAL WILL CAUSE THIS
CONDITION WHEN ITS BATTERY IS LOW. DISPLAY WILL REMAIN UNTIL A SIGNAL
FROM THE SAME TRANSMITTER WITH A GOOD BATTERY IS SENT.
TEST POINTS
AUDIO TEST
POINTS FOR
LISTENING TO
RADIO INPUT
WITH BUTTSET
MEMORY BUTTON
USED DURING PROGRAMMING
TO SELECT OPTIONS AND
ENTER TRANSMITTERS
TRANSMITTER TAMPER
ANY TRANSMITTER THAT CAN SEND A TAMPER SIGNAL WILL CAUSE THIS
CONDITION WHEN IT IS TAMPERED. DISPLAY WILL CLEAR THE NEXT TIME THE
PANEL IS ARMED.
TRANSMITTER STATUS ALERT
SXR-64A RECEIVER
IF THE RECEIVER DOES NOT RECEIVE STATUS SIGNALS FROM A TRANSMITTER
THAT IS SET AS SUPERVISED, THIS CONDITION WILL BE DISPLAYED. THE RECEIVER
CAN BE SET FOR TWO OR EIGHT HOURS OF MISSING STATUS TRANSMISSIONS
BEFORE THE CONDITION OCCURS. DISPLAY WILL CLEAR THE NEXT TIME THE
PANEL IS ARMED.
ALARM CONTROL PANEL
INSTALLATION TIPS
10% - 70%
OF FULL POWER
CONSTRUCTION
MATERIALS WILL
EFFECT RADIO RANGE
CONCRETE WITH STEEL
REINFORCEMENT OR
METAL LATH AND PLASTER
LIGHT CONCRETE
OR BRICK
5"
MOUNTING
PATTERN
ADVANCE BUTTON
USED DURING PROGRAMMING
TO CHANGE ZONE NUMBERS
AND SELECT FUNCTIONS
WIRING KNOCKOUTS
FOR WIRING CONDUIT
CONNECTION
ANTENNA INSTALLATION
USE SCREWS AND ANCHORS TO
MOUNT THE RECEIVER
7"
WALLBOARD AND
WOOD STUDS
TERMINAL BLOCK
CONNECTIONS FOR ZONE AND
SUPERVISORY OUTPUTS,
POWER AND ARMED INPUTS
MOUNTING UNIT
65% - 95%
OF FULL POWER
90% - 100%
OF FULL POWER
UP & DOWN BUTTONS
PRESS EITHER TO ENTER
PROGRAM MODE, UP
INCREASES AND DOWN
DECREASES VALUE DISPLAYED
PRESS TOGETHER TO EXIT
PROGRAM MODE
5"
USE LOCAL
WHIP ANTENNA
(SUPPLIED)
RECEIVER (ANTENNA)
LOCATION EFFECTS
RADIO RANGE
- OR -
RCVR
RCVR
USE THE
MODEL EXA-1000
REMOTE ANTENNA
(OPTIONAL)
BASEMENT
BASEMENT
RIGHT
WRONG!
MOUNT RECEIVER OR ANTENNA AS HIGH ABOVE
EARTH LEVEL AS POSSIBLE
LOCATING A RECEIVER OR ANTENNA BELOW
EARTH LEVEL WILL IMPAIR RANGE
ATTACH CASE WITH
TWO SCREWS IN
KEYHOLE SLOTS,
THEN SECURE CASE
WITH TWO BOTTOM
SCREWS
RIGHT
WRONG!
CENTRALLY LOCATE RECEIVER
OR ANTENNA
TRANSMITTERS AT THE OTHER END OF
HOUSE MIGHT BE TOO FAR AWAY
TX
Less
than
3 ft.
above
slab TX
DOOR
TRANSMITTER
MOUNTING WILL
EFFECT RADIO
RANGE
Min.
3 ft.
RIGHT
1
2
3
4
5
DOOR
CONNECT ANTENNA
COAX DIRECTLY OR
USE UP TO 25 FEET
OF RG-59 COAX AS
AN EXTENSION
Wall
Concrete
slab
floor
Concrete
slab
floor
Large
metal
appliance
(refrig.)
TX
WRONG!
WRONG!
TERMINAL BLOCK DETAILS
TYPICAL CONTROL PANEL CONNECTION
SXR-64A TERMINALS
SXR-64A TERMINALS
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
ZN1 COM ZN2 ZN3 COM ZN4 ZN5 COM ZN6 ZN7 COM ZN8
LB
STS COM TMP TST
18
19
20
ARM
ZN1 COM ZN2 ZN3 COM ZN4 ZN5 COM ZN6 ZN7 COM ZN8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
LB STS COM TMP TST
13 14 15 16 17
18
19
ARM
20
S1 FORMAT TRANSMITTER DETAILS
EACH S1 FORMAT
TRANSMITTER MUST
BE SET TO A DIFFERENT
CODE
SET CHANNEL AND
SYSTEM SWITCH TO
ANY UNIQUE CODE
OUTPUTS PROGRAMMED
FOR NORMALLY OPEN
CHANNEL
SWITCH
END-OF-LINE
RESISTORS
MODEL ST-1
STATUS
JUMPER
MODEL ST
ZONE OUTPUTS
FOR CONNECTION TO ALARM ZONE INPUTS ON THE ALARM
CONTROL PANEL. ZONE OUTPUT WILL ACTIVATE WHEN ANY
TRANSMITTER CHANNEL PROGRAMMED FOR THAT ZONE IS
IN THE FAULTED (ALARM/OPEN) CONDITION ("O" DISPLAYED
ON THE CONDITION DISPLAY).
RESTORE
JUMPER
SYSTEM
SWITCH
LOW BATTERY OUTPUT
FOR CONNECTION TO A TROUBLE ZONE ON THE ALARM
CONTROL PANEL. OUTPUT WILL ACTIVATE WHEN ANY
TRANSMITTER CHANNEL DISPLAYS AN "L" ON THE
CONDITION DISPLAY.
ALARM CONTROL PANEL
ZONE 8
MODEL ST-23A
COMMON
TAMPER OUTPUT
FOR CONNECTION TO A TROUBLE ZONE ON THE ALARM
CONTROL PANEL. OUTPUT WILL ACTIVATE WHEN ANY
TRANSMITTER CHANNEL DISPLAYS A "P" ON THE CONDITION
DISPLAY OR WHEN ANY PROGRAMMING BUTTON IS
PRESSED WHILE THE SYSTEM IS ARMED.
NOTES:
1. ALL COM TERMINALS ARE COMMON GROUND
AND CONNECTED TOGETHER.
2. ALL OUTPUTS CAN BE PROGRAMMED FOR NORMALLY
OPEN OR NORMALLY CLOSED OPERATION. EACH OUTPUT
RETURNS TO ANY COM TERMINAL.
3. EACH OUTPUT CAN SWITCH UP TO 100 mA @ 24 VDC
MAXIMUM.
SYSTEM
SWITCH
ZONE 7
ZONE 6
ST-23A NOTE: SET
SYSTEM SWITCH #1
TO OFF
AUXILIARY
POWER
COMMON
TEST OUTPUT
FOR CONNECTION TO A TEST ZONE ON THE ALARM
CONTROL PANEL. OUTPUT WILL ACTIVATE WHEN ANY
TRANSMITTER THAT CAN SEND A TEST SIGNAL HAS ITS
TEST BUTTON PRESSED.
SYSTEM
SWITCH
CHANNEL
SWITCH
ST-1 & 50S40A NOTE: SET SXR-64A TRANSMITTER OPTION "A"
TO "ON" FOR THE CHANNEL THE TRANSMITTER IS PROGRAMMED TO.
OTHERWISE, THE LONG ALARM AND RESTORE
TRANSMISSIONS WILL CAUSE A DOUBLE ZONE CLOSURE
STATUS OUTPUT
FOR CONNECTION TO A TROUBLE ZONE ON THE ALARM
CONTROL PANEL. OUTPUT WILL ACTIVATE WHEN ANY
TRANSMITTER CHANNEL DISPLAYS AN "S" ON THE
CONDITION DISPLAY.
CUT ST-1 JUMPERS
TO ENABLE STATUS
& RESTORE SIGNALS
MODEL 50S40A
CHANNEL
SWITCH
ZONE 5
POWER INPUT
FOR CONNECTION TO THE ALARM
CONTROL PANEL'S AUXILIARY
POWER OUTPUT. POWER INPUT
CAN BE FROM 11-16 VDC ONLY
ZONE 4
ARMED INPUT
ZONE 3
FOR CONNECTION TO THE ALARM
CONTROL PANEL'S ARMED OUTPUT.
THE ARMED INPUT CAN BE SET FOR
ARMED-POSITIVE OR
ARMED-NEGATIVE POLARITY.
COMMON
ARMED
8
OUTPUT
ZONE 2
COMMON
ZONE 1
WHEN UPGRADING AN SS-32,
SSR-32, OR SXR-64 INSTALLATION,
THE TRANSMITTER SWITCH
SETTINGS CAN REMAIN THE SAME
SYSTEM
SWITCH
CHANNEL
SWITCH
PRINTER’S INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTR,INSTL,SXR-64A - LINEAR P/N: 220822 A - INK: BLACK - MATERIAL: 20 LB. MEAD BOND - SIZE: 11.000” X 17.000” - SCALE: 1-1 - SIDE 2 OF 2
ENTERING SINGLE-CHANNEL TRANSMITTERS
ENTERING MULTI-BUTTON TRANSMITTERS
NOTE: ARMING THE CONTROL PANEL ANYTIME
DURING PROGRAMMING WILL CAUSE THE SXR-64A TO
EXIT PROGRAM MODE AND RETURN TO RUN MODE
RECEIVER CHANNEL NUMBER (64 SHOWN)
ZONE NUMBER (1 SHOWN)
CHANNEL
OR
WITH THE PANEL DISARMED, PRESS [UP] OR [DOWN]
UNTIL THE DESIRED RECEIVER CHANNEL
NUMBER (1-64) IS DISPLAYED
OR
CHANNEL
ZONE
MEMORY LIGHT WILL BE OFF IF THE RECEIVER
CHANNEL IS VACANT (ONLY A VACANT RECEIVER
CHANNEL CAN ACCEPT A TRANSMITTER)
MEMORY LIGHT WILL BE OFF IF THE RECEIVER
CHANNEL IS VACANT (ONLY A VACANT RECEIVER
CHANNEL CAN ACCEPT A TRANSMITTER)
RECEIVER CHANNEL NUMBER (64 SHOWN)
ZONE NUMBER (8 SHOWN)
(FOR MULTI-BUTTON TRANSMITTERS, THE FIRST ZONE
NUMBER ENTERED IS DISPLAYED)
CHANNEL
ZONE
PRESS [ADVANCE] UNTIL THE DESIRED OPTION
LETTER (A-d) IS DISPLAYED
(LETTERS ARE DISPLAYED BETWEEN "8" AND "1")
PRESS [ADVANCE] UNTIL THE DESIRED OUTPUT
ZONE NUMBER (1-8) FOR A TRANSMITTER BUTTON
IS DISPLAYED
PRESS [ADVANCE] TO SELECT THE OUTPUT ZONE
NUMBER (1-8) FOR THE DISPLAYED
RECEIVER CHANNEL NUMBER
RECEIVER CHANNEL NUMBER (64 SHOWN)
ZONE NUMBER (3 SHOWN)
WITH THE PANEL DISARMED, PRESS [UP] OR
[DOWN] UNTIL THE DESIRED RECEIVER
CHANNEL NUMBER IS DISPLAYED
OR
RECEIVER CHANNEL NUMBER (40 SHOWN)
ZONE NUMBER (1 SHOWN)
ZONE
CHANNEL
SETTING TRANSMITTER OPTIONS
NOTE: EACH MULTI-BUTTON TRANSMITTER USES ONE RECEIVER
CHANNEL AND A DIFFERENT OUTPUT ZONE FOR EACH BUTTTON
WITH THE PANEL DISARMED, PRESS [UP] OR [DOWN]
UNTIL THE DESIRED RECEIVER CHANNEL NUMBER
FOR THE MULTI-BUTTON TRANSMITTER IS DISPLAYED
RECEIVER CHANNEL NUMBER (40 SHOWN)
ZONE NUMBER (5 SHOWN)
CHANNEL
CONFIGURATION OPTION DISPLAYED
(CHANNEL 64, OPTION "b" SHOWN)
ZONE
CHANNEL
OPTION
ZONE
PRESS [MEMORY]
PRESS [MEMORY]
FOLLOW THE TABLE BELOW AND USE THE [MEMORY]
BUTTON AND MEMORY LIGHT TO SELECT OPTIONS
MEMORY LIGHT WILL BLINK, SHOWING THAT THE
RECEIVER IS READY TO ACCEPT THE TRANSMITTER
BUTTON
MEMORY LIGHT WILL BLINK, SHOWING THAT THE
RECEIVER IS READY TO ACCEPT A TRANSMITTER
FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS ★
MEMORY LIGHT
OFF
OPTION
PRESS THE DESIRED TRANSMITTER BUTTON (TO
CREATE A DOUBLE-BUTTON LOCKOUT TRANSMITTER,
PRESS TWO BUTTONS AT THE SAME TIME)
ACTIVATE THE TRANSMITTER
MEMORY LIGHT WILL GO ON, SHOWING THAT THE
BUTTON WAS PROGRAMMED
THE MEMORY LIGHT WILL GO ON, SHOWING
THAT THE TRANSMITTER WAS ENTERED AND
THE RECEIVER'S DISPLAYED CHANNEL IS OCCUPIED
REPEAT ZONE SELECTION TO PROGRAM ADDITIONAL
BUTTONS ON THE TRANSMITTER
ERASING SINGLE-CHANNEL TRANSMITTERS
ERASING MULTI-BUTTON TRANSMITTERS
RECEIVER CHANNEL NUMBER (64 SHOWN)
IGNORE ZONE NUMBER (3 SHOWN)
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
RECEIVER CHANNEL NUMBER (40 SHOWN)
ZONE NUMBER (5 SHOWN)
(THE FIRST ZONE NUMBER ENTERED FOR THE
MULTI-BUTTON TRANSMITTER IS DISPLAYED)
ZONE
"Fn" DISPLAYED (RECEIVER OPTIONS FUNCTIONS)
FUNCTION
PRESS [ADVANCE] UNTIL THE DESIRED FUNCTION
LETTER (1-d) IS DISPLAYED
MEMORY LIGHT WILL BE ON, SHOWING THAT THE
RECEIVER CHANNEL IS OCCUPIED WITH A
TRANSMITTER BUTTON LINKED TO THAT ZONE
CONFIGURATION OPTION DISPLAYED
(FUNCTION "b" SHOWN)
FUNCTION
PRESS [MEMORY]
PRESS [MEMORY]
FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS ★
Fn #
PRESS [MEMORY] AGAIN
PRESS [ADVANCE] UNITL THE NEXT ZONE NUMBER
USED WITH THE SAME MULTI-BUTTON TRANSMITTER
IS DISPLAYED
MEMORY LIGHT WILL GO OFF, SHOWING
THAT THE TRANSMITTER HAS BEEN ERASED
AND THAT THE RECEIVER'S CHANNEL IS VACANT
RECEIVER CHANNEL NUMBER (40 SHOWN)
ZONE NUMBER (6 SHOWN)
CHANNEL
ZONE
TRANSMITTER COUNT
REPEAT TO ERASE ANY ADDITIONAL BUTTONS THAT
WERE ENTERED FOR THAT TRANSMITTER
MEMORY LIGHT
OFF
ARMED WHEN
ARM=GROUND
ARMED WHEN
ARM=VOLTAGE
TBD
DISPLAY BLANK
WHEN ARMED
STATUS ALERTS
AFTER 2 HOURS
OUTPUTS
NORM. CLOSED
ONE OF THE
OTHER DELAYS
ONE OF THE
★
OTHER DELAYS
DISPLAY ON AT ★
ALL TIMES
STATUS ALERTS ★
AFTER 8 HOURS
OUTPUTS
★
NORMALLY OPEN
ENTRY DELAY ★
0 SECONDS
ENTRY DELAY
20 SECONDS
FUNCTION
CHANNEL
# OF TXS
ZONE
ARM THE CONTROL PANEL THEN OPEN A PROTECTED
DOOR OR WINDOW (AFTER ANY DELAYS)
HOOKUP: C&K 236 & NAPCO MA1000
(ZONES PROGRAMMED
(PROGRAMMED FOR
SXR-64A TERMINALS
NORMALLY CLOSED)
VOLTAGE WHEN ARMED)
ZN1 COM ZN2 ZN3 COM ZN4 ZN5 COM ZN6 ZN7 COM ZN8 LB STS COM TMP TST
ARM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
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DISPLAY SHOULD SHOW AN "F" CONDITION FOR THE
FIRST ALARM IN
SXR-64A TERMINALS
(ZONES PROGRAMMED
NORMALLY CLOSED)
ZN1 COM ZN2 ZN3 COM ZN4 ZN5 COM ZN6 ZN7 COM ZN8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
LB STS COM TMP TST
13 14 15 16 17
(PROGRAMMED FOR
VOLTAGE WHEN ARMED)
ARM
18 19 20
RESET
NOTE: THIS PANEL DOES NOT
SUPPLY AN ARMED SIGNAL.
USE A PUSHBUTTON TO
RESET THE ALARM MEMORY
WHEN THE PANEL IS ARMED.
SET SXR-64A DELAYS TO "0"
MOOSE Z1100
Z1
8
29
AUX
POWER
C
Z2
Z3
C
Z4
Z5
C
Z6
C
C&K 236
AUX
SXR-64A TERMINALS
LB STS COM TMP TST
13 14 15 16 17
(PROGRAMMED FOR
GROUND WHEN ARMED)
ARM
18 19 20
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RESISTORS
(ZONES PROGRAMMED
NORMALLY CLOSED)
CONDITION
OPEN ADDITIONAL PROTECTED PORTALS. DISPLAY
SHOULD SHOW AN "A" FOR EACH ADDITIONAL ALARM
SIGNAL SENT. ALARM MEMORY WILL CLEAR WHEN
THE CONTROL PANEL IS DISARMED AND REARMED.
This Linear product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship for twelve (12)
months. The Warranty Expiration Date is labeled on the product. This warranty extends only
to wholesale customers who buy direct from Linear or through Linear’s normal distribution
channels. Linear does not warrant this product to consumers. Consumers should inquire from
their selling dealer as to the nature of the dealer’s warranty, if any. There are no obligations or
liabilities on the part of Linear Corporation for consequential damages arising out of or in
connection with use or performance of this product or other indirect damages with respect
to loss of property, revenue, or profit, or cost of removal, installation, or reinstallation.
All implied warranties, including implied warranties for merchantability and implied warranties
for fitness, are valid only until Warranty Expiration Date as labeled on the product. This Linear
Corporation Warranty is in lieu of all other warranties express or implied.
All products returned for warranty service require a Return Product Authorization Number (RPA#).
Contact Linear Technical Services at 1-800-421-1587 for an RPA# and other important details.
AUX
POWER
J16
ZN1 COM ZN2 ZN3 COM ZN4 ZN5 COM ZN6 ZN7 COM ZN8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
TRANSMITTER
CONDITION
LINEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
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★
SET EXIT AND ENTRY DELAYS A LITTLE LONGER
THAN THE CONTROL PANEL'S DELAYS
PRESS AND RELEASE [MEMORY] THEN WAIT 5 SECONDS
ACTIVATE EACH TRANSMITTER. WHEN THE RECEIVER
DECODES THE TRANSMITTER, IT WILL BE REMOVED
FROM THE DISPLAY. CONTINUE TESTING UNTIL NO
TRANSMITTERS REMAIN ON THE DISPLAY. PRESS
THE [MEMORY] BUTTON OR WAIT 10 MINUTES TO END
THE TEST.
HOOKUP: MOOSE Z1100 & CADDX RANGER 9000
★
★
THE "O" SHOULD DISAPPEAR WHEN THE TRANSMITTER
RESTORES. DASHES WILL SHOW IF ALL PORTALS
ARE CLOSED.
TRANSMITTER
NOTE:
PRESSING [UP] AND [DOWN] TOGETHER ANYTIME
DURING PROGRAMMING WILL CAUSE THE SXR-64A TO
EXIT PROGRAM MODE AND RETURN TO RUN MODE
★
60 SECONDS
EXIT DELAY
0 SECONDS
EXIT DELAY
20 SECONDS
EXIT DELAY
40 SECONDS
EXIT DELAY
60 SECONDS
RECEIVER OPTION "FUNCTION E"
DISPLAY SCROLLS THROUGH EACH CHANNEL AND
LINKED ZONE. VERIFY THAT EACH CHANNEL IS LINKED
TO THE CORRECT ZONE. (THE FIRST ZONE NUMBER
ENTERED FOR A MULTI-BUTTON TRANSMITTER IS
DISPLAYED)
DISPLAY SHOWS TOTAL NUMBER OF TRANSMITTERS
IN MEMORY FOR 10 SECONDS
40 SECONDS
★ ENTRY DELAY
CLOSE THE PROTECTED DOOR OR WINDOW
OPTION
PRESS [MEMORY]
★ ENTRY DELAY
CONDITION
PRESS [ADVANCE] UNTIL THE DISPLAY SHOWS
THE OPTION "E"
OPTION
ONE OF THE
OTHER DELAYS
ONE OF THE
OTHER DELAYS
ONE OF THE
OTHER DELAYS
ONE OF THE
OTHER DELAYS
ONE OF THE
OTHER DELAYS
ONE OF THE
OTHER DELAYS
MEMORY LIGHT
ON
THE CHANNEL NUMBER AND "O" SHOULD BE
DISPLAYED (CHANNEL 64, OPEN CONDITION SHOWN)
TRANSMITTER
RECEIVER OPTION "FUNCTION 0"
MEMORY LIGHT
OFF
WITH THE PANEL DISARMED, OPEN A PROTECTED
DOOR OR WINDOW
FUNCTION
PRESS [ADVANCE] UNTIL THE DISPLAY SHOWS
THE OPTION "0"
★
Fn #
SYSTEM TESTING
"Fn" DISPLAYED (RECEIVER OPTIONS FUNCTION)
FUNCTION
★
TBD
WITH THE PANEL DISARMED,
PRESS [UP] OR [DOWN] UNTIL "Fn" IS DISPLAYED
("Fn" IS BETWEEN "1" AND "64")
OR
"Fn" DISPLAYED (RECEIVER OPTIONS FUNCTION)
ZN1 COM ZN2 ZN3 COM ZN4 ZN5 COM ZN6 ZN7 COM ZN8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
MEMORY LIGHT
ON
VERIFYING TRANSMITTERS
WITH THE PANEL DISARMED,
PRESS [UP] OR [DOWN] UNTIL "Fn" IS DISPLAYED
("Fn" IS BETWEEN "1" AND "64")
(ZONES PROGRAMMED
NORMALLY CLOSED)
FOLLOW THE TABLE AND USE THE [MEMORY] BUTTON
AND MEMORY LIGHT TO SELECT FUNCTION OPTIONS
PRESS [MEMORY] AGAIN
MEMORY LIGHT WILL GO OFF, SHOWING THAT THE
TRANSMITTER BUTTON HAS BEEN ERASED
OR
OPTION
MEMORY LIGHT WILL BLINK, SHOWING THAT THE
RECEIVER IS READY TO ERASE THE TRANSMITTER
BUTTON FROM THE RECEIVER'S CHANNEL AND ZONE
MEMORY LIGHT WILL BLINK, SHOWING THAT THE
RECEIVER IS READY TO ERASE A TRANSMITTER
FROM THE DISPLAYED RECEIVER CHANNEL
FUNCTION
WITH THE PANEL DISARMED,
PRESS [UP] OR [DOWN] UNTIL "Fn" IS DISPLAYED
("Fn" IS BETWEEN "1" AND "64")
OR
ZONE
MEMORY LIGHT WILL BE ON, SHOWING THAT THE
RECEIVER CHANNEL IS OCCUPIED
SELF-RESTORE TX ★
(DOORS & WINDOWS)
TX MAKES STATUS ★
REPORTS
TRANSMITTER
★
IS INSTANT
ALARM MEMORY
★
ONLY WHEN ARMED
SETTING RECEIVER OPTIONS
WITH THE PANEL DISARMED, PRESS [UP] OR [DOWN]
TO DISPLAY THE RECEIVER CHANNEL NUMBER WITH
THE MULTI-BUTTON TRANSMITTER TO ERASE
OR
WITH THE PANEL DISARMED, PRESS [UP] OR [DOWN]
TO DISPLAY THE RECEIVER CHANNEL NUMBER WITH
THE SINGLE-CHANNEL TRANSMITTER TO ERASE
OR
AUTO-RESTORE TX
(PIR & PORTABLES)
NO TX STATUS
REPORTS
TX USES ENTRY &
EXIT DELAYS
UNARMED ALARM
MEMORY FOR TX
MEMORY LIGHT
ON
SXR-64A TERMINALS
ZN1 COM ZN2 ZN3 COM ZN4 ZN5 COM ZN6 ZN7 COM ZN8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
LB STS COM TMP TST
13 14 15 16 17
(PROGRAMMED FOR
GROUND WHEN ARMED)
ARM
18 19 20
IMPORTANT !!!
Linear radio controls provide a reliable communications link and fill an important need in portable
wireless signalling. However, there are some limitations which must be observed.
✶ For U.S. installations only: The radios are required to comply with FCC Rules and Regulations
as Part 15 devices. As such, they have limited transmitter power and therefore limited range.
✶ A receiver cannot respond to more than one transmitted signal at a time and may be blocked
by radio signals that occur on or near their operating frequencies, regardless of code
settings.
2.2K EOL
RESISTORS
✶ Changes or modifications to the device may void FCC compliance.
✶ Infrequently used radio links should be tested regularly to protect against undetected
interference or fault.
ZN1 COM ZN2 ZN3 COM ZN4 ZN5 COM ZN6 ZN7 COM ZN8 ZN9 ZN10 COM ZN11
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CADDX RANGER 9000
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ZN4 ZN5 COM ZN6
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NAPCO MA1000e
E3 PGM
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✶ A general knowledge of radio and its vagaries should be gained prior to acting as a wholesale
distributor or dealer, and these facts should be communicated to the ultimate users.
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