KPX-7 Manual
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Channel Function
Receiver / Function
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Wireless Keypad
KPX-7
Wrong Pin Code
HOLD
FCN
BEEP
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USER 1 PIN
(4 - 8 digits)
FCN
USER 1 PIN
Short cut Guide - Program Primary User
FCN
BEEP
WARNING! Record the Primary User PIN Code. If this PIN
Code is lost / forgotten the unit has to be sent back to the
factory to be reset.
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d. The Keypad will beep and flash to indicate it is exiting learning mode.
c. Re-enter the same 4 digit User Pin Code and press the FCN button.
b. Enter in your new 4 digit User Pin Code and press FCN button.
a. Press and hold the FCN button. The Keypad will beep and flash to indicate
it is in learning mode. Release button.
Select a PIN code (4 - 8 digits) to be used to operate the keypad and save it
using the following steps (or below Short cut Guide):
1.2 Program Primary User
NOTE: If more than one device is to be controlled (for example: garage door
and sliding gate) then repeat this step for each Channel button to be used
(record the channel function in the table on the back page of this instruction).
e. Release both the Channel button and the Door Code button.
d. Select the same Channel button and hold for 2 seconds.
c. Release the Channel button and pause for 2 seconds.
b. Code the Channel button to the operator’s receiver by pressing and
holding the Door Code button on the Opener, then select your Channel
button and hold for 2 seconds.
a. Decide which Channel button (eg. 1 = Garage Door) is to be used to
operate your garage door.
The Opener can only operate from keypads that have been programmed into
its receiver. The receiver needs to learn the codes of any keypad / transmitter
that will be used by the operator.
1.1 Coding KPX into the Opener
1. Quick Set up Guide
If only a single User Pin and one channel function (Garage Door) is required, proceed to the Quick Set Up Guide.
Alternatively for multiple User Pins and / or mulitple receivers, follow the Quick Set Up Guide and then proceed to
Sections 2 and 3.
There are 8 Channel buttons (keypad no. 1 - 8) in the KPX-7 to store functions and these can be programmed for example
(1 = Garage Door, 2 = Automatic Gate, 3 = Outside light)
Getting Started
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Safety Rules
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Built in lighting
Legend:
Doc #: 160004_02
Proceed to
Quick Set up Guide
Doorbell control
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Function button for programming
FCN
USER PIN
BEEP
FLASHES
NEW
PIN
FCN
NEW
PIN
FCN
Open out for more functions and features
HOLD
FCN
Short cut Guide - Change User Pin
BEEP
Part #:13301
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To change the User Pin, simply enter the User Pin, then follow step
1.2a - d.
1.4 Change User Pin
NOTE: by pressing another Channel button (and holding) within 10
seconds from releasing the first Channel button, will activate the
second Channel function (eg. 3 = Outside light) without having to
re-enter the User Pin Code.
NOTE: Hold the selected Channel button until the channels function
activates.
Test operation by entering the User Pin Code followed by selecting a
programmed Channel button.
1.3 Test the Operation of the Keypad
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Install the Wireless Keypad in a
location where the garage door
is visible, but out of reach of
children, at a height of at least
1.5m.
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If a wrong pin code is entered,
a specific sound is heard after
pressing the function (FCN) key. The
clear (CLR) key must be pressed to
start re-entering the pin code. On
the fourth consecutive wrong pin
code entry, an alarm (light blinks
and sound beeps) is triggered for
10 seconds. Every next wrong pin
code entry will trigger the alarm.
The time out for the wrong pin code
is one minute.
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PRIMARY USER PIN (
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Watch the moving door and
keep people away until the
door is completely opened or
closed. Do not operate door
when persons are near the door.
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User Name / Information
CH#
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Pin Code Keys
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Channel Numbers (CH#)
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Clear Button
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CLR
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The Wireless Keypad has built-in
keypad lighting for use at night
or in dark areas. The keypad will
illuminate upon pressing a button.
Memory
(MEM)
Channel (CH#) Allocation
Do not allow children to
play with door controls or
transmitters.
User Information Table
PRIMARY
USER
PIN
FCN ‘1’ FCN
MEM
(2-20)
FCN
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2
CH# CH#
FCN
# USES
(1-99)
FCN
NEW
PIN
FCN
NEW
PIN
FCN
PRIMARY
USER
PIN
FCN ‘2’ FCN
MEM
(2-20)
FCN
MEM
(2-20)
FCN
BEEP
FLASHES
FCN
PRIMARY
USER
PIN
FCN ‘0’ FCN
‘0000’
Short cut Guide - Clearing the Memory
e. All memory is now cleared.
FCN
d. Re-enter in ‘0000’ followed by the FCN button.
c. Enter in ‘0000’ followed by the FCN button.
b. Select the ‘0’ button, followed by the FCN button.
‘0000’
FCN
BEEP
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a. Press the FCN button, followed by the Primary User Pin Code, then press the FCN
button again.
If you set the KPX-7 back to factory default (0000) you will need reprogram the Primary
User and all additional Users.
WARNING! Reloading the factory settings does not remove Channel
information which has been coded into a receiver and the receiver will
continue to repsond to the KPX-7 Keypad.
The KPX-7 Keypad contains a factory default pin. The factory default is 0000 and is used
clear all memory and reload the factory settings.
2.3 Clearing the Memory
FCN
Short cut Guide - Deleting User
f. Test the User Pin has been deleting by following step 1.3. The receiver should not
respond.
e. The Keypad will beep and flash to indicate it is exiting the learning mode.
d. Select the same Memory (MEM) number of the User Pin and then press the FCN
button.
NOTE: The Memory (MEM) number indicates the memory location of the PIN. Refer to
the User Information Table (see over) for Memory number.
c. Select the Memory (MEM) number of the User Pin and then press the FCN button.
b. Select the ‘2’ button, followed by the FCN button.
a. Press the FCN button, followed by the Primary User Pin Code, then press the FCN
button again.
2.2 Deleting User Pin’s
NOTE: To change the User Pin, simply enter the User Pin,
then follow step 1.2a - d in the Quick Set up Guide
FCN
Short cut Guide - Creating New User
h. The Keypad will beep and flash to indicate it is exiting the learning mode.
g. Re-Enter the same 4 digit User Pin and press the FCN button.
f. Enter in the new 4 digit User Pin and press FCN button.
e. For Normal Users press FCN button and proceed to step f. For Temporary Users enter
in the number of times the User Pin can be accessed (1-99 uses) followed by the FCN
button.
d. If you wish to restrict the User to certain Channel functions, enter each channel they
are permitted to access (eg. 2 = Automatic Gate, 3 = Outside Light) individually
(press 2, pause, press 3, then press FCN button). If User is permitted to have access to
all Channel functions skip entering in the channel number and press the FCN button.
NOTE: The Memory (MEM) number indicates the memory location of the PIN and is
used to delete individual User Pin Codes as required. Therefore it is important to record
all information on the User Information Table (see over) .
c. Select a Memory (MEM) number between 2-20 and then press the FCN button.
b. Select the ‘1’ button, followed by the FCN button.
a. Press the FCN button, followed by the Primary User Pin Code, then press the FCN
button again.
Once you have answered the above proceed to code the Keypad using the following
steps;
2. Is this User a Normal User with ongoing access or can I program a Temporary User in
the KPX-7 Keypad and the User Pin will be deleted after so many uses.
BEEP
FLASHES
FHCRX-1
Fig 4.2
Fig 4.3
d. Install the back cover and secure with
the six (6) cover screws.
c. Install new AAA size batteries.
b. Remove the three (3) batteries and
dispose of them properly.
a. Remove the back cover of the KPX-7 by
removing the six (6) screws Fig 4.3.
The KPX-7 Keypad has a built-in battery monitor. If the battery power is low, the first depress
of any key will produce a distinctive warning. If the battery voltage drops further, the keypad
will stop transmitting and will produce a continuous long beep.
4.2 Changing Batteries
Fig 4.1
c. Slide the KPX-7 on to the mounting bracket and secure it with a screw Fig 4.2.
b. Use the mounting bracket as a template. Mark and drill two 6mm holes and affix the
mounting bracket with two wall plugs and screws (supplied) Fig 4.1.
a. Choose a convenient wall location where the door is visible, but out of reach of children
at a height of at least 1.5meters from the floor.
4.1 Attaching the KPX-7 to the Wall
4. Mounting and Maintenance
NOTE: When coding the Channel 0 button, skip entering the User Pin in step 3.2c and
continue by pressing the 0 button and holding for 2 seconds.
**: The coding button to code the KPX-7 into the receiver is different depending on the
receiver. For Example:
Door Code = Garage Door Opener
SW1 = FHCRX-1 / FHRX receiver
Logic console = Proceed to coding transmitter (Menu 1)
DCB-05 =
Proceed to Menu 1 and follow instructions.
f. Release both the Channel button and the coding button on the Receiver.
e. Select the same Channel button and hold for 2 seconds.
d. Release the Channel button and pause for 2 seconds.
c. Enter in your User Pin Code and select the chosen Channel button and hold for 2 seconds.
b. Code the Channel button to the operator’s receiver by pressing and holding the coding
button** on the Receiver.
a. Decide which Channel button (eg. 2 = Automatic Gate, 3 = Outside light) is to be used
to operate your desired function.
The KPX-7 Keypad can operate other functions such as; door bells, automatic gates, external
lighting, etc. as long as each functional product is connected to an Automatic Technology
Receiver (available to purchase from dealer) The receiver needs to learn the codes of any
keypad / transmitter that will be used by the operator.
3.2 Coding KPX-7 into the other Receivers
NOTE: Skip the User Pin in step 3.2c.
As an example to code the Channel 0 to operate the door bell you need a FHCRX-1 receiver
(available to purchase from dealer) which is connected to your doorbell. Then follow instructions in
Section 3.2 Coding KPX-7 to other Receivers.
The KPX-7 Keypad has a special Channel 0 feature which allows the Keypad to transmit
without the user having to enter a PIN. It is intended to be used for non-secure functions
such as a door bell, pedestrian access, lighting, etc. Simply pressing and holding the ‘0’
button for more than 0.5 second will cause the Keypad to transmit the function coded on
Channel 0 button.
1. Does this User need access to all Channel functions (eg. Garage Door, Automatic
Gate, Outside Lighting) or only one channel (eg. 2= Automatic Gate).
3.1 Utlising the Channel 0 button
Before creating new User Pins answer the following questions.
3. Extra Features
2.1 Creating New User Pin’s
2. Adding / Deleting Users
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