Yellowjacket pro SYSTEM WITH Hawkeye or falcon transmitters SETUP and OPERATION Guide Version 2.2 Provided by: Nichols Electronics, Inc. www.rfhero.com email@example.com RFHEROTM Industrial Controls Yellow Jacket Pro System Remote Control Installation/Setup General Information: The radio remote control that you are installing can be used for most electrical switching and control applications. Before beginning the installation and testing you should check that each item listed below is available and in good 1. condition. 1. Antenna: 2. Receiver: 3. Transmitter: 4. Batteries: Magnetic mount antenna with 15ft of cable. Usually pre-wired inside for most systems. Hand-held controller with pushbuttons. (2) AA NiMH battery rechargeable for transmitter. *****Batteries need charged prior to first use***** Operator may use (2) AA alkaline batteries instead. 3. 4. 2. Wiring in Power Lines 120VAC systems: 120VAC systems are prewired using a standard 110V plug with supplied +12VDC adapter. +12VDC Systems: The +12V adapter cord can be used for +12V systems by simply cutting the cord to length and wiring the lead with the white stripe to +12V and the black only lead to Ground. 24VAC Systems: Use special connectors; contact us at (724) 610-5256 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Wiring in Control Lines Three main controls are provided with your system (e.g., Air, Air and Material, and Off). You must use the same type of connector as your existing wired remote cord or wire directly. Relay 1 IN: White Wire (AIR / BLOWER) Relay 1 OUT: GREEN Wire (common / return) Relay 2 IN: BLACK Wire (MATERIALS / AGITATOR) Relay 2 OUT: GREEN Wire (common / return) G W B Each line is fused inside the control box; if no controls seem to work check that the fuses are installed and are working. A fuse tester is provided in each system with a spare fuse. Maintenance Notes The receiver box should be kept dry and should be periodically dusted off. Check the transmitter’s batteries weekly. Only use two (2) AA alkaline or equivalent rechargeable batteries. When the batteries are weak the Transmitter’s LED will light on and off slowly and you may notice some reduced operating range. Clean the antenna periodically with mild soap and water; do not immerse in water. Allow to dry completely before use. If unit is to be returned for service, please clean the transmitter and the receiver before sending it back. For help with installation or service Phone: (724) 610-5256 Web: www.rfhero.com Email: email@example.com YellowJacket Pro Receiver Power Connector Front View Communications LED Antenna Connector Power LED Relay 1 LED Learn Button Relay 2 LED Relay 1 Relay 2 Relay 1 Fuse Relay 2 Fuse Top View Fuse Tester LED Fuse Tester (w/Spare Fuse) Operating Instructions 1. Place two (2) AA batteries in the transmitter. The LED on top will flash red a few times. Once this stops, pressing any button on the transmitter will cause the LED on top to rapidly flash green. 2. Plug the YellowJacket Pro receiver power cord into a powered outlet, then into the Yellow Jacket Pro receiver. The Power LED (red) should now be lit. 3. After a few seconds the Communications LED should flash green three (3) times for a 3 button insulation machine. If it flashes any other number of times, then the mode is wrong. Please follow the directions on the next page titled, “Setting the YellowJacket Pro Receiver’s Mode”. 4. Pressing a button on the transmitter will cause the LED on the top of the transmitter to flash green to indicate that the signal has been sent. 5. The Communications LED on the receiver will flash green/red (may appear orange) to indicate that a valid message has been received from the transmitter. You may also be able to hear the relay click inside the receiver. If the lid is removed from the receiver, you will also see the relay’s LED turn on and off as the transmitter’s buttons are pressed. 6. If the Communications LED flashes red only, the transmitter is not paired with this receiver. Please follow the directions on the next page titled, “Pairing the YellowJacket Pro Receiver and Transmitter”. 7. Your system is now operational and ready for use! Setting the YellowJacket Pro Receiver’s Mode ATTENTION! This section contains the instructions for changing the mode on a YellowJacket Pro receiver. These steps should only be followed when the receiver is not set to the proper mode (see Step 3 in the “Operating Instructions” section found on the previous page). Your new receiver should already have the proper mode programmed into it from the factory. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Remove the lid on the YellowJacket Pro receiver by unscrewing the four (4) Philips head screws (one in each corner). Press and hold the Learn button on the YellowJacket Pro receiver. While still holding the Learn button down, plug in power to the YellowJacket Pro receiver. Count the number of times the LED flashes green. If the LED flashes green three (3) times, the YellowJacket Pro receiver is in the proper mode. Proceed to Step 8. If the LED does not flash green three (3) times, unplug the power connector from the YellowJacket Pro receiver. Repeat steps 2-6 until the proper mode is set. Replace the lid and screws on the YellowJacket Pro receiver. The YellowJacket Pro receiver is now in the proper mode. Pairing the YellowJacket Pro Receiver and Transmitter (Learn Mode) ATTENTION! This section contains the pairing instructions for REPLACING or ADDING an additional remote transmitter. Your new transmitter and receiver are already paired from the factory and this procedure is unnecessary for a new YellowJacket Pro kit. 1. Remove the lid on the YellowJacket Pro receiver by unscrewing the four (4) Philips head screws (one in each corner). 2. On the previous page follow steps 1 & 2 in the section titled, “Operating Instructions”. You have 60 seconds to complete the Learn Mode procedure. 3. After the Communications LED flashes three (3) times, press and hold the Off button on the transmitter. 4. Press and hold the Learn button on the YellowJacket Pro receiver. 5. Release the Off button on the transmitter for five (5) seconds. 6. Press the Off button on the transmitter again. 7. Release the Off button on the transmitter and the Learn button on the YellowJacket Pro receiver. 8. The Communications LED on the YellowJacket Pro receiver should now flash green/red (may appear orange) when a button on the transmitter is pressed. 9. Replace the lid and screws on the YellowJacket Pro receiver. 10. The transmitter and YellowJacket Pro receiver are now paired together. Basic Troubleshooting If the transmitter’s LED flashes slowly several times then stops, the batteries should be replaced or recharged. Make sure that the red Power LED is lit when the YellowJacket Pro receiver is plugged in. Check the antenna for a broken wire or loose connection. Verify that the YellowJacket Pro receiver is in the proper mode and is paired with the transmitter. (See the “Operating Instructions” section on the previous page). Please visit http://www.rfhero.com/ and click on the Troubleshooting link for more help. Contact us for more troubleshooting help. Should the unit need to be sent in for service we can arrange a return for you.
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