Allstar Products Group 8833C OCS Satellite Radio User Manual

READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY
BEFORE BEGINNING
COMMERCIAL
TRANSMITTER
INSTRUCTIONS
MODELS:
• 831, 8833 OCS:
• 733, 8833C OCS:
• 639:
• 535:
1-DOOR
3-DOOR
9-DOOR
27-DOOR
PRODUCT FEATURES
Allstar Commercial Transmitters are designed to work with Allstar Receivers. Some models are designed to operate multiple
receivers. A selector switch on the Transmitter determines which door will be controlled in a multi-door installation. The Receiver is
connected to the commercial operator in the same manner as a 3-button station and provides open, close and stop functions via radio
control.
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION NOTES
WARNING
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TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH:
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS!
ALLSTAR TRANSMITTERS ARE INTENDED FOR
USE WITH COMMERCIAL DOOR OPERATORS ONLY.
DO NOT USE FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE. DO NOT
MODIFY IN ANY MANNER.
CHECK LOCAL BUILDING AND ELECTRICAL
CODES FOR MANDATORY INSTALLATION AND
WIRING REQUIREMENTS.
CONNECT POWER CORDS ONLY TO A PROPERLY
GROUNDED OUTLET. IF PERMANENT WIRING IS
REQUIRED BY CODES, DISCONNECT POWER AT
FUSE BOX OR CIRCUIT BREAKER BEFORE
ATTEMPTING ANY WIRING CONNECTIONS.
DO NOT WEAR RINGS, WATCHES OR LOOSE
CLOTHING WHILE INSTALLING OR SERVICING
GARAGE DOOR OPENERS.
WEAR SAFETY
GOGGLES OR OTHER PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR.
AN UNBALANCED DOOR OR ONE THAT STICKS OR
BINDS MAY CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH. ENSURE
DOOR IS PROPERLY BALANCED AND ELIMINATE
ANY STICKING OR BINDING.
YOUR GARAGE DOOR IS A LARGE MOVING
OBJECT. THE SPRINGS, PULLEYS, CABLES AND
MOUNTING HARDWARE UTILIZED TO BALANCE
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ITS OPERATION ARE UNDER EXTREME TENSION
AT ALL TIMES AND CAN CAUSE SERIOUS
PERSONAL INJURY, EVEN DEATH, IF DISTURBED.
ONLY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON SHOULD
MOVE, LOOSEN OR ADJUST DOOR SPRINGS OR
HARDWARE.
LOCATE CONTROL PUSHBUTTONS WITHIN
SIGHT OF THE DOOR AND AWAY FROM THE
MOVING PARTS OF THE DOOR.
INSTALL
ENTRAPMENT WARNING LABEL NEXT TO THE
CONTROL PUSHBUTTON IN A PROMINENT
LOCATION.
REMOVE ALL ROPES AND REMOVE OR MAKE
INOPERATIVE ALL LOCKS CONNECTED TO THE
GARAGE DOOR.
THE
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
AND
INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL CANNOT
COVER ALL POSSIBLE CONDITIONS AND
SITUATIONS. IT MUST BE UNDERSTOOD THAT
COMMON SENSE AND CAUTION MUST BE
EXERCISED BY THE PERSON(S) INSTALLING,
MAINTAINING
AND
OPERATING
THIS
EQUIPMENT.
INSTALLER: Leave this manual with your customer upon completion of the installation.
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COMMERCIAL TRANSMITTER MODELS
WARNING
IMPROPER WIRING COULD CAUSE ELECTROCUTION OR DAMAGE TO CIRCUITRY.
FOLLOW LOCAL BUILDING AND ELECTRICAL CODES.
WARNING
TO PREVENT ELECTROCUTION DISCONNECT POWER AT FUSE BOX AND DOOR OPENER
BEFORE WIRING PERMANENTLY.
The various Transmitter models are shown below. All models may be coded to work with Allstar 3-channel Receivers such as the
831R, 831RE and the 8833R. Refer to the individual instructions for proper wiring of the Receivers.
Follow the directions on the next page for proper Transmitter/Receiver Coding!
CLOSE
OPEN
OPEN
STOP
CLOSE
STOP
8833-OCS
831
Slide Switch
selects door
A, B or C
Rotary Switch
selects door
A, B or C
8833C-OCS
733
Combination of
both Rotary
Switches selects
door
Examples: A1, B7,
C9, etc.
Rotary Switch
selects door
1, 2, 3, ... or 9
535
639
WARNING
DO NOT USE RADIO CONTROLS ON COMMERCIAL DOOR OPERATORS UNLESS PROPER
ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION DEVICES ARE INSTALLED. CONSULT THE MANUFACTURER OF
YOUR OPERATOR FOR MORE DETAILS.
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COMMERCIAL RECEIVER &
TRANSMITTER CODING INSTRUCTIONS
The information below indicates how to set the coding switches in the various transmitters and receivers.
IF
YOU ARE USING A 8833 OCS-ECONOMY OR
831 STANDARD TRANSMITTER:
Exactly match all 8 code switches in the transmitter and receiver. The code switches
may be set in any random pattern of +, - and 0.
IF
YOU ARE USING A
8833C
OCS-ECONOMY OR
733
STANDARD
TRANSMITTER
A-B-C Selector
Switch Position
A
RECEIVER
Coding Switch
#6
+
TRANSMITTER:
B
0
This transmitter is used to control up to 3 different doors. This is accomplished by
setting the selector switch on the transmitter to either A, B & C and setting the #6
coding switch in the 831 receiver .
C
-
Start coding by exactly matching all 8 code switches in the transmitter and the receivers. The code switches may be set in any random
pattern of +, 0 and - positions. Next, in receiver A, set code switch #6 to the + position; In receiver B set code switch # 6 to the 0
position; In receiver C set code switch # 6 to the - position. The table to the right shows the switch positions.
IF
YOU ARE USING A
639 STANDARD TRANSMITTER:
This transmitter is used to control up to 9 different doors. This is
accomplished by setting the selector switch on the transmitter to
either 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 and setting the #7 and #8 coding
switches in the 831 receiver.
TRANSMITTER
1 - 9 Selector
Switch Position
1
Start coding by exactly matching all 8 code switches in the
transmitter and receivers. The code switches may be set in any
random pattern of +, 0 and - positions. Next, in receiver 1, set
code switch #7 to + and code switch #8 +; In receiver 2, set code
switch #7 to + and code switch #8 to 0. Continue setting the
codes in the 831E receivers as shown in the table.
IF
YOU ARE USING A
535 STANDARD TRANSMITTER:
This transmitter is used to control up to 27 different doors. This
is accomplished by setting the selector switches to either A, B or
C and either 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 and setting the #6, #7 and
#8 coding switches in the 831 receiver.
831 RECEIVER 831 RECEIVER
Code Switch #7 Code Switch #8
+
+
2
+
0
3
+
-
4
0
+
5
0
0
6
0
-
7
-
+
8
-
0
9
-
-
Start coding by exactly matching all 8 code switches in the transmitter and receiver. Next, in receiver A1, set code switch #6 to +, set
code switch #7 to + and code switch #8 to +; In receiver A2, set code switch #6 to +, set code switch #7 to + and code switch #8 to
0. Continue setting the codes in the 831 receivers, using both tables shown above.
WARNING
DISCONNECT POWER AT FUSE BOX AND DOOR OPENER BEFORE WIRING
PERMANENTLY TO PREVENT ELECTROCUTION.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
If you experience distinctive problems with the Transmitter and
Receiver, try some of the suggestions listed below before calling
the Factory Technicians.
RECEIVER APPEARS DEAD; THERE IS NO RESPONSE WHEN
TRANSMITTER BUTTONS ARE PUSHED.
Check the power connections to the receiver.
There must be at least 20 VAC at the receiver power
connections. (If a 24V system).
Review the code switch settings.
Any mismatch will prevent the receiver from working.
Try a different code switch setting.
Check the antenna installation.
Wait one minute for the receiver to “warm-up”.
Check battery in transmitter.
External interference (such as radio towers).
Change to a different frequency.
Stuck transmitter in building.
Change code switches from factory settings.
Check battery in transmitter.
ONE RECEIVER WORKS BUT THE OTHER IS DEAD.
Relocate the antennas.
Receivers too close together (cross-talking); move to
different locations.
Use a Master/Slave system.
Master/Slave wires not connected properly. Refer to
FigureZ4.
Check code switch settings.
SOME THINGS TO REMEMBER:
RECEIVER “CLICKS” WHEN ANY TRANSMITTER BUTTON
IS PUSHED, BUT NOTHING ELSE HAPPENS.
Check the wire & connections in the STOP circuit. Refer to
Figure 3.
Check the OPEN & CLOSE connections.
The wire gage may be too small for the number of wall
stations used.
Check the power to the door operator.
Check the door operator’s control voltage.
SHORT DISTANCE OR INTERMITTENT OPERATION.
Relocate the antenna with a coaxial cable.
Metal objects too close to receiver, move to a better
location.
Range is dependent on the installation, type of building,
type of door and the location of the transmitter. When these
conditions change so will the distance.
Any transmitter can interfere with operation. These include
cell phones, cordless phones, wireless systems and CB and
mobile transmitters. Other sources of interference include
computer equipment, industrial equipment, electric motors,
fluorescent lights, etc. The list is endless.
Do not lengthen or shorten the receiver antenna. It is set to
an optimal length based on the frequency of operation.
If the antenna is blocked or shielded (such as a car traveling
through a tunnel) the distance will decrease.
Always change the Factory set codes.
Manufacturer’s Limited
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 for the return of any goods from Allstar 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.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Warranty effective after March 1, 1999.
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