Owner`s manual | Allstar Products Group 112052 Satellite Radio User Manual

Operational Check
After installing your keypad, check the operation by entering the door number and
pressing Open, Close or Stop. Operation should be reliable. However, environmental
conditions and the location of the keypad and or receiver will affect distance.
• If the keypad doesn’t activate the operator check the door number. The door
number entered must exactly match the door number by the receiver.
• Press the STOP/ON button and wait a seconds before entering your door
number. Press the keys slowly.
• If the distance is inadequate check the battery and replace if necessary.
• To maximize the operating distance move the keypad to different locations
until a satisfactory distance is achieved. Metal and some types of construction
will affect distance.
• If system does not work at any distance, check that the operator is properly
operating from the wall station and any other hand-held transmitters.
• Try to erase the receiver and re-lean the door number and any additional handheld transmitters.
Refer to the door operator installation and owner’s manual for proper
installation and use and adjustments. Follow all warnings.
Test the safety systems of your door operator monthly to ensure that
the system remains in proper adjustment.
MVP Commercial
Keypad Transmitter
Installation Instructions
Model 112052
Proper installation of your radio controls will assure years of
trouble-free operation
The MVP Commercial Keypad Transmitter is designed to remotely operate MVP
Quik-Code Receivers. When used with a 3-channel receiver, the keypad permits
the user to operate up to 240 different door operators with open, close and stop
functions. The radio frequency of the remote controls is fixed and tuned at the
factory; adjustments are not required and should not be attempted by the end user.
Keep transmitters and remote controls out of the reach of children.
Do not let children play with or use the transmitter or remote controls.
Unexpected door operations can cause personal injury or property damage.
Do not place transmitter where the buttons can be accidentally or
unintentionally activated.
Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty
Allstar warrants its radio controls to be free from defect in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the
date of purchase. To obtain service, contact your dealer.
To obtain service under this warranty the buyer must obtain authorization instructions from Allstar for the return of any
goods before returning the goods. The goods must be returned with complete identification, with copy of proof-of-purchase,
freight prepaid and in accordance with Allstar’s instructions or they will not be accepted. In no event will Allstar be
responsible for goods returned without proper authorization or identification.
Goods returned to Allstar for warranty repair within the warranty period, which upon receipt by Allstar are confirmed to be
defective and covered by this limited warranty, will be repaired or replaced at Allstar’s sole option, at no cost and returned
pre-paid. Defective parts will be repaired or replaced with new or factory rebuilt parts at Allstar’s sole option.
This limited warranty does not cover non-defect damage, damage caused by unreasonable use, damage caused by improper
installation or care, vandalism or lightning, fire or excessive heat, flood or other acts of God (including, but not limited to
misuse, abuse or alterations, failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance), labor charges for dismantling or
reinstalling a repaired or replaced unit, or replacement batteries.
These warranties are in lieu of all other warranties, either expressed or implied. All implied warranties of merchantability
and/or fitness for a particular purpose are hereby disclaimed and excluded. Under no circumstances shall Allstar be liable for
consequential, incidental or special damages arising in connection with the use or inability to use this product. In no event
shall Allstar’s liability for breach of warranty, breach of contract, negligence or strict liability exceed the cost of the product
covered hereby. No person is authorized to assume for Allstar any other liability in connection with the sale of this product.
Features of the Commercial Keypad Transmitter
ON/STOP: This key turns on the keypad and light system allowing you to
operated the system as well as to see the keys in the dark. The keypad will remain
active and lights will remain lit for 45 seconds after the last key is pressed.
3-Button Operation Mode: Once you have entered a valid 3-digit door number,
the door is activated by pressing either Open, Close, or Stop button. Until another
door number is entered or the keypad times-out (keypad lights turn off), the
same door may be reactivated by pressing either Open, Close or Stop.
Low Battery Indicator: The lighting for your keypad also serves as a low
battery indicator. When the keypad lights flash on and off the battery should be
replaced with a alkaline 9 volt battery.
Non-Volatile Memory: It is not necessary to reprogram the keypad after you
replace your battery.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. Warranty effective after August 1, 2004.
Copyright © 2004 c.p.Allstar Corporation PART NUMBER 112261 REV A
Allstar MVP Quik-CodeTransmitters and Receivers are
compatible with HomeLink®.
HomeLink® is a registered trade mark of Johnson Controls.
Mounting the Commercial Keypad Transmitter
Note that it is not necessary to mount the keypad. It may
be used as a hand-held device.
Step 1: If mounting, choose a convenient location that
does not interfere with the normal opening and closing of
the door. Keep in mind that some doors swing outward
and will damage an improperly located keypad.
Step 2: When mounting on masonry or similar material
plastic anchors are recommended. Drill a hole for the Battery
Figure 1
bottom screw. Install the screw leaving the head of the
screw approximately 1/8 inch out from the wall. Slide the keypad over the screw
and mark the position of the top hole. Remove the keypad and drill the top hole.
Slip the keypad back over the exposed screw and finish mounting by installing
the top screw. Refer to Figure 1.
Disconnect power to the operator before and during installation. Do not
reconnect power until the mounting is complete. Ensure doorway is clear
before testing the operation of the wireless keyless entry.
Using the MVP Receiver with the Commercial
Keypad Transmitter
The MVP receiver learns a door number from the keypad.
When set to learn mode, the MVP receiver memorizes a door
number entered from the keypad after either Open, Close or
Stop key is pressed. Once learned, the Open, Close or Stop
will activate this door.
Choose a 3-digit door number that makes sense for the
application. Typical applications include a series of doors in
a warehouse. The west wall doors may be numbered 001 to
099, the east wall doors may be numbered 101 to 199, etc.
Also note that the door number could be used as a private
PIN for door with limited or restricted access.
Valid door numbers are 001,002 … 015, 016 ...238, 239, 240.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with RSS-210 of
Industry Canada. 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.
Programming the MVP Receiver
The MVP receiver is capable of learning up to
8 different (unique) transmitter codes. In
addition to the Commercial Keypad
Transmitter, additional transmitters may be any
combination of MVP, Classic or Original dipswitch type transmitters.
Each Commercial Keypad Transmitter is
factory set to one of 27 different serial numbers
that is transmitted in addition to the door
number and open, close or stop function. If
using multiple keypads, it will be necessary to
repeat the programming steps listed below for
each keypad.
Refer to individual manuals for
transmitter and keypad installation,
coding and user instructions.
Using the Commercial Keypad
The commercial keypad transmitter is used in
the same manner as it is used during the
programming procedure.
Step 1: Momentarily press and release the ON/
STOP button. The lights on the keypad will
turn on.
Step 2: Enter the 3-digit door number. The
lights on the keypad will turn off and on to
Learn/Erase Button
confirm a key has been pressed.
Step 3: Press and hold the either the OPEN,
CLOSE or STOP button.. The lights on the
Indicator LED
keypad will continuously blink off and on while
the STOP button is pressed to indicate the
Programming Procedure
keypad is transmitting. The MVP receiver will
NOTE: Make sure the LED lights on the
activate the door in desired direction or stop the
Commercial Keypad Transmitter are OFF
before starting. This simplifies the
The OPEN, CLOSE and STOP buttons will
programming process.
continue to activate the current (selected) door
Step 1: Momentarily press and release the
until; another 3-digit door is entered; any one
Learn button on the receiver. The LED will turn of the number keys is pressed; the keypad turns
on. You will have approximately 20 seconds to off.
complete step 2.
The keypad will remain active for
Step 2: Press the ON/STOP button on the
approximately 45 seconds after the last key is
keypad. The lights on the keypad will turn on.
pressed. After this time, it will shut down and
Next enter the 3-digit door number. The lights
must be reactivated by pressing the ON/STOP
on the keypad will turn off and on to confirm a button.
key has been pressed. Press and hold the STOP
button until the LED on the receiver turns off.
The lights on the keypad will continuously
blink off and on while the STOP button is
pressed to indicate the keypad is transmitting.
Step 3: Repeat to add additional keypads or
transmitters with different codes.
Erasing the Receiver’s Memory
If it is necessary to erase all of the codes stored
in the MVP receiver’s memory, follow the
procedure below.
Step 1: Press and HOLD the Learn button. The
indicator LED will turn on.
Step 2: When the LED turns off (after
approximately 5 seconds), release the Learn
Unexpected door operations can cause personal injury or property damage.
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