NOVA SMART Remote Control Receiver Insert

NOVA SMART Remote Control Receiver Insert
NOVA and SMART2
single channel receiver
instructions
VERSATILE
MULTI-USER
RECEIVER
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The NOVA system incorporates code-hopping
technology (KeeloqTM encryption) to offer the
ultimate security in a remote control.
A unique, randomly changing code is
transmitted with each operation making it
impossible to duplicate the system.
The SMART system uses a unique fixed code
protocol to provide a convenient and efficient
remote control system.
Whether NOVA or SMART, the receiver uses selflearning technology, making it quick and easy to set
up.
For the best results, we recommend that the receiver
be mounted as high up as possible, and
preferably away from metal objects and other
radio equipment.
The receiver enclosure is weatherproof, but any
holes drilled during installation should be
properly sealed.
The antenna wire has been tuned to an optimum
length, and should not be modified.
1. Configuring the system
1. Transmitter
Whether NOVA or SMART, each transmitter is
uniquely coded at the factory. It is NOT necessary to
open the transmitter, except when changing the
battery. To replace the battery, rotate the inner
casing, and remove from the outer clip. Using a coin,
price apart the inner casing to expose the battery.
Replace with type GP23 or similar.
2. Receiver
Open the receiver housing by inserting a screwdriver
into the slot at the base and twisting (See diagram
overleaf).
For pulsed operation:
1. Locate the “learn / JI” pins. With power on,
bridge the two pins with the jumper
provided. The red LED will now illuminate.
2. Press the required button on the transmitter. The
red LED will flash once, indicating that the button
has been learned as a memory button.
If the red LED flashes rapidly, the
memory is full, and the button cannot be
memorised.
3. If further buttons are to be memorised, repeat
from step 2. If not, remove the jumper from the
“learn / J1” pins and store on one of the pins. The
system is now ready for use.
For latched operation:
1. Locate the “erase / J2” pins. With power off,
bridge the two pins with the jumper
provided. Power up the unit. The red LED will
now illuminate.
2. Press the required button on the transmitter. The
red LED will flash twice, indicating that the button
has been learned as a latched button.
If the red LED flashes rapidly, the memory
is full, and the button cannot be
memorised.
3. If further buttons are to be memorized, repeat
from step 2. If not, remove the jumper from the
“erase / J2” pins and store on one of the pins. The
system is now ready for use.
Self-learning memory: The NOVA receiver
is capable of memorising up to 62 buttons;
the SMART, 125 buttons.
Erasing the memory
1. With the power on, the memory may be erased
by bridging the “erase / J2” pins with the jumper
provided. The red LED will begin to flash.
During this time, removing the shunt
will cancel the erase process.
2. After twelve flashes, the red LED will remain
illuminated. Remove the jumper, and the red
LED will flash rapidly as the memory is erased.
3. Store the jumper on one of the pins.
This procedure will remove ALL existing
users from the system memory.
Autolearn mode (for pulsed operation only):
1. The receiver can be set into autolearn mode by
bridging the “learn / J1” pins prior to applying
power.
Each valid signal received in this mode will both
activate the contact, and be stored in memory.
This is useful when setting up systems with a large
number of transmitters.
The system can be left in autolearn mode for a
period of time, and will automatically memorise
the transmitters as they are used.
Removing the jumper will cancel
autolearn mode.
When using autolearn mode, whether
the receiver is NOVA or SMART, any
corresponding transmitter operated in
the nearby vicinity, may be memorized.
Receiver signal indicator
1. If a signal is received from an unauthorised
transmitter button, the red LED will flash briefly.
This indicates that the transmitter is
functioning, but has not been learned into
the system.
NOVA and SMART receiver
technical specifications
Specifications
Operating frequency
Supply voltage
Quiescent current
@12V DC
Maximum current
@ 12V DC
Operating
temperature
Humidity
Sensitivity
Self-learning memory
Receiver enclosure
NOVA
SMART
433.92 MHz
12 - 24V DC
11mA
40mA
-15°C to 50°C
0 - 90% non-condensing
-115dB
62 buttons
125 buttons
UV stabilised ABS
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RECEIVERS
Remove cover
1. Insert screwdriver
into slot.
2. Twist screwdriver.
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Figure 1
3. Remove cover.
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Figure 2
Mount unit
1. Mark position of unit
against mounting
surface.
2. Using a 5mm
masonry bit, drill a
hole into mounting
surface.
3. Mount unit using the
fastener supplied.
Rawlplug
O ring
Fastener
Figure 3
Wiring
1. Use a 6mm drill bit
to open the required
cable entry hole.
Cable
entry
holes
6mm
drill bit
Figure 4
5V
2. Route cable into
housing.
3. Terminate cable onto
receiver - refer to
connection diagram
below.
4. Fix cable to wall
using cable saddles.
5. Feed aerial through
one of the spare
holes - stretch out
fully for best results.
6. Seal cable entry
holes with silicone
sealant.
12V
Cable
saddles
Aerial
Figure 5
Connections
1. Supply the unit with 12-24V AC/DC.
2. The output contact is potential-free.
Some applications may require an
external link between NEG and COM.
COM NC
NO
J1=Learn
J2=Erase
M7
NC
NO
12-24V AC/DC
12V-24V AC/DC
NEG
COM
Figure 6
Replace cover
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1. Hook the top edge
of the cover onto
the top of the unit.
2. Lower the cover and
press securely into
position.
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FCC information to users
USA and Canada only – where a FCC ID number
is inscribed on the receiver, the following
information is applicable to users:
FCC Label @ FCC 15.21 and 15.105
For Class B – Unintentional radiators:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for Class B digital devices, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications, however, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
 Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
 Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver
 Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected
 Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help
 Warning to users @ FCC 15.21 & 15.105
Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by CENTURION SYSTEMS (Pty) Ltd.
could void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
FCC Label @ FCC 15.19
For Class B - Unintentional radiators:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not
cause harmful interference and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
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