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Product Range Summary
433MHz receivers and remote controls
433 MHz remote controls
M842
2-button mini
remote
433 MHz
2 hopping code
buttons
Key ring or wall
mount
2 x CR2025 (3V) 45 x 58 x 13
Green buttons,
button cells
deep; 21 deep if green LED
wall mounted
M844
4-button mini
remote
433 MHz
4 hopping code
buttons
Key ring or wall
mount
2 x CR2025 (3V) 45 x 58 x 13
Green buttons,
button cells
deep; 21 deep if green LED
wall mounted
M832
2-button big
remote
433 MHz
2 hopping code
buttons
Visor mount or
wall mount
1 x 4LR44
(6V) cell
62 x 113 x 20
Green buttons,
deep; 26 deep if green LED
wall mounted
M834
4-button big
remote
433 MHz
4 hopping code
buttons
Visor mount or
wall mount
1 x 4LR44
(6V) cell
62 x 113 x 20
Green buttons,
deep; 26 deep if green LED
wall mounted
M832C
2-button
1 hopping code
Common Access button, 1 fixed
big remote
code button
433 MHz
Visor mount or
wall mount
1 x 4LR44
(6V) cell
62 x 113 x 20
Green button,
deep; 26 deep if green LED
wall mounted
M834C
4-button
2 hopping code
Common Access buttons, 2 fixed
big remote
code buttons
433 MHz
Visor mount or
wall mount
1 x 4LR44
(6V) cell
62 x 113 x 20
Green buttons,
deep; 26 deep if green LED
wall mounted
M832F
2-button Fixed
2 fixed code
Code big remote buttons
433 MHz
Visor mount or
wall mount
1 x 4LR44
(6V) cell
62 x 113 x 20
Green button,
deep; 26 deep if green LED
wall mounted
M834F
4-button Fixed
4 fixed code
Code big remote buttons
433 MHz
Visor mount or
wall mount
1 x 4LR44
(6V) cell
62 x 113 x 20
Green buttons,
deep; 26 deep if green LED
wall mounted
M128
Wireless
wallswitch
433 MHz
Wall mount
2 x CR2025 (3V) 73 x 117 x 13
button cells
deep
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2 hopping code
buttons
White buttons,
green LED
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Product Range Summary
433MHz receivers and remote controls
433 MHz receivers
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M530
Gate
2-ch receiver
(board only)
433 MHz
learns 20
2 transistor Requires 9-28 V switches 0.3
codes, fixed outputs;
ac/dc; 30 mA
A; +40 V dc
or hopping Molex 6-way
max
female
socket
M530P
General
purpose
2-ch receiver
with screw
terminals and
soft case
433 MHz
learns 20
2 transistor
codes, fixed outputs; 6or hopping way screw
connector
block
M532A
GDO add-on
1-ch receiver
(hard casing)
433 MHz
learns 20
1 signal
Requires 9-28 V switches 1A;
codes, fixed relay output; ac/dc; 30/50 mA 30 V ac/dc
or hopping 4-way male
max
plug plus
Merlin spade
/ screw
terminals
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test2
test1
mode
merlin
200-mm aerial
Green LED
wire attached;
socket for external
aerial provided;
overall dims 44 x
90 x 17h
Requires 9-28 V switches 0.3 200-mm aerial
Green LED
ac/dc; 30 mA
A; +40 V dc wire attached;
max
socket for external
aerial provided;
overall dims 60 x
130 x 18h
200-mm aerial
wire attached;
overall dims 45 x
135 x 23h
Green button,
green LED
Includes optional
ground plane and
mounting bracket
Black
433 MHz external aerial
M001
M002
(to order only)
Rev 07, Aug 02
Coated stainless steel wire-rope
external aerial with 600-mm of coaxial cable
Male MCX plug to suit:
10-metre co-axial extension lead
Male MCX plug, female MCX
socket
M530, M530P
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433 MHz RF products
M842 & M844 mini-transmitters
The M840 mini-transmitters are ergonomically designed so they are easy to carry and use. The concave silicone soft touch push
buttons are easy to operate yet resist accidental operation. The key ring holder swivels to keep your keys flat in your pocket. The clever
wall mounting bracket provides convenient key storage and lets the transmitter be used as a wireless push button. The case is beautiful
to hold and , having no sharp edges, fits in your pocket or purse. The silicone membrane and ultrasonically welded case make the transmitter rugged and splash resistant. The LED confirms signal transmission and provides a low battery warning. Lithium button ceil batteries (included) provide the maximum output power longer ensuring maximum operating range for the life of the battery.
Technically the 840 transmitters feature ‘code hopping’ offering over 4.2 billion unique codes that change with every transmission.
With a choice of two or four channels coupled with compatibility with Merlin garage door openers, the M840 is ideal for convenient control of gates alarms,lighting and other products fitted with Merlin receivers.
M842
M844
Specifications
•
Transmitter
SAW generated 433.92MHz FM - FSK
4.295 billion possible codes
Code Hopping’ random code generation
•
Batteries
2 x CR2025 (3 V button cells )
Features
•
Battery saver
An automatic shut down in the event of a transmitter being accidentally jammed on
•
Low battery indicator
Good batteries; LED stays on when button is pressed
Low batteries; LED will “flash” when button is pressed
•
Battery life
Around 2 years ( domestic usage)
•
Regain out of sequence operation
If a transmitter has been pressed or used more than 32 times out of range of a known receiver, press
the appropriate remote button twice when in range. Normal operation will resume.
•
Wall bracket
Wall mounting bracket provided. This can be fixed to any wall for easy placement of transmitter and
keys.
•
Compatible with
M530, M530P, M532A, M532P receivers
Merlin garage door openers with 433MHz receivers
All other Merlin compatible 433MHz products
•
Operating range
Typically 50 -100 metres (range will vary due to receiver location )
•
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Installation Instructions
M842, M844 mini remote controls
Attaching the remote control to a wall or
other flat surface
Compatible with
Merlin door openers from 2001, if they are fitted with high
security code hopping receivers.
Other Merlin openers and most other brands of openers, if
controlled via a Merlin M532 Add-on Receiver.
Use an appropriate flat head screw through the hole in the
disc-shaped wall mount clip.
Press the rear of the remote control into the clip.
Most gate openers, if controlled via a Merlin M530 Gate
receiver.
To reduce risk of personal injury by the
door or gate under control
Replacing the batteries
When the LED is blinking and the operating distance is
reduced it is time to replace the batteries.
With the edge of a suitable coin engaged in the slot on the
rear, press and turn anti-clockwise until the battery cover is
released.
Remove the old batteries and discard them in accordance with
the recommendations of the battery manufacturer. See the
packaging of the new battery for guidance.
Insert two CR2025 button cells with their writing facing
upwards towards you.
Replace the battery cover by rotating it clockwise until it clicks
in the closed position.
Teaching your opener or receiver to
recognise the new remote’s buttons
Only wall-mount the remote control above 1.5 metres from the
floor.
Only wall-mount the remote control in sight of the moving door
or gate.
Always supervise the operation of the door or gate opener.
Do not allow children to play with door or gate controls.
Specifications
Batteries:
Two CR2025 6-volt lithium button cells
Radio frequency:
433.92 MHz FSK
Coded signal:
32-bit encryption)
High security code hopping (67-bit with
Number of buttons: 2 buttons (Model M842) or 4 buttons
(Model M844)
Identify the ‘learn’ button on your opener or receiver. The
specifics may vary depending upon the model but, in most
cases, the procedure is:
Press the learn button for 1-2 seconds
Press the desired button on the remote control twice
One opener learns this
button
Another opener, or
receiver, or output channel
learns this button
Model M842
Rev 7, Aug 02
Model M844
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433 MHz RF products
M832 & M834 standard sized transmitters
The M830 are standard size transmitters.The two channel M832 design features an easy operate big primary button for the
main channel. This makes it ideal for use in the car . Both the M832 and the M834, 4 channel option, are supplied with a
visor mounting clip/ holsters for use in cars. The holster can also be attached to an interior wall enabling the transmitter to
be used as a wireless push button. The transmitter can easily be removed from the holster and the slim design fits nicely
into the pocket or purse. With over 4 billion codes the standard size models offer the same technology as the mini series.
The green LED provides confirmation of transmitter operation and battery status.
M832
M834
Specifications
•
Transmitter
SAW generated 433.92MHz FM - FSK
4.295 billion possible codes
‘Code Hopping’ random code generation
•
Battery
1 x 4LR44 (6V battery)
Features
•
Battery saver.
An automatic shut down in the event of a transmitter being accidentally jammed on.
•
Low battery indicator
Good batteries; Green LED stays on when button is pressed Low batteries; Green LED will “flash” when
button is pressed
•
Battery life
Around 1 year ( domestic usage)
•
Regain out of sequence operation
If a transmitter has been pressed or used more than 32 times out of range of a known receiver, press
the appropriate remote button twice when in range. Normal operation will resume.
•
Wall / visor holster
Visor clip & holster for mounting in car or on wall provided
•
Compatible with
M530, M530P, M532A, M532P receivers
Merlin garage door openers with 433MHz receivers
All other Merlin compatible 433MHz products
•
Operating range
Typically 50 -100 metres.( range will vary due to receiver location )
Rev 2, May 02
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Instructions
M832, M834 full sized remote controls
Teaching your opener or receiver to
recognise the new remote’s buttons
Compatible with
Merlin door openers from 2001, if they are fitted with high
security rolling code receivers.
Other Merlin openers and most other brands of openers, if
controlled via a Merlin M532 Add-on Receiver.
Most gate openers, if controlled via a Merlin M530 Gate
receiver
Replacing the battery
When the LED is blinking and the operating distance is
reduced it is time to replace the battery.
Remove the remote control from its holster if necessary.
Identify the battery cover. It is the part with the ‘merlin’ brand
printed on it.
Press the battery cover in the centre with your thumb and slide
the cover down. This exposes the battery.
Remove the old battery and insert the new battery. Note the
positive and the negative ends of the battery must match the +
and - marked on the remote control’s case.
Replace the battery cover by sliding it back on until it clicks
into the closed position.
To reduce risk of personal injury by the
door or gate under control
Only wall-mount the remote control above 1.5 metres from the
floor.
Only wall-mount the remote control in sight of the moving door
or gate.
Always supervise the operation of the door or gate opener.
Do not allow children to play with door or gate controls.
To reduce risk of unauthorised access to
your home or garage:
Remove the transmitter from its holster when leaving your car
unattended.
Identify the ‘learn’ button on your opener or receiver. The
specifics may vary depending upon the model but, in most
cases, the procedure is:
•
•
Press the learn button for at least 1 second
Press the desired button on the remote control twice
Attaching the remote control to a wall or
other flat surface
•
Use any flat head screws through the holes provided in the
holster.
Attaching the transmitter to the sun visor
of a car:
•
•
Insert the black metal spring clip into the slot of the holster.
Stretch the clip and fit the holster over the sun visor.
Specifications
Battery:
One 4LR44 6-volt cell
Radio frequency: 433.92 MHz FSK
Coded signal:
High security rolling codes
(67-bit with 32-bit encryption)
Buttons:
2 buttons (Model M832) or
4 buttons (Model M834)
One opener learns
this button
Another opener,
receiver or output
channel learns this
button
merlin
Model M832
Rev 4, Aug 02
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Model M834
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433 MHz RF products
M832C & M834C common access transmitters
The M832C & M834C model transmitters incorporate both code hopping and a fixed code. They can be ordered with 1—3 channels
code hopping and 1 or 2 fixed code. The common access transmitter is designed for multi-dwelling sites where more than 20 users
need access to the ‘common gate’ but the individual dwellings want high security code hopping. The fixed code button offers 4096 possible code choices selected by setting a DIP switch on the transmitter. Compatible receivers can accommodate an unlimited number of
transmitters coded with this fixed code.The high security code hopping channels can be programmed to other receivers where high security is required.
M834C
M832C
Specifications
•
Transmitter
SAW generated, 433.92MHz FM-FSK
4.295 billion possible codes on Code Hopping channels
4096 possible Codes on Fixed Code Channels
•
Battery
1 x 4LR44 (6V battery)
Features
•
Battery saver.
An automatic shut down in the event of a transmitter being accidentally jammed on.
•
Low battery indicator
Good batteries: LED stays on when button is pressed
Low batteries: LED will flash when button is pressed
•
Battery life
Around 1 year (domestic usage)
•
Regain out of sequence operation
If a transmitter has been pressed more than 32 times out of range
of a known receiver, press the appropriate remote button twice when in
range. Normal operation will resume.
•
Wall / visor holster
Visor clip & wall mounting holster provided.
•
Compatible with
M530, M530P, M532A, M532P receivers, (Code-hopping or Fixed Code)
Merlin garage door openers with 433MHz receivers (Code-hopping only)
All other Merlin compatible 433MHz products
•
Operating range
Rev 2, May 02
Typically 50 -100 metres.(range will vary due to receiver location )
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Installation Instructions
M832C, M834C common access remote controls
Attaching the remote control to a wall or
other flat surface:
Compatible with:
Merlin door openers from 2001, if they are fitted with high
security rolling code receivers.
Other Merlin openers and most other brands of openers, if
controlled via a Merlin M532 Add-on Receiver.
Most gate openers, if controlled via a Merlin M530 Gate
receiver.
Note
Some Merlin door openers require an additional
receiver to be able to learn the common button of these
remote controlsReplacing the battery:
When the LED is blinking and the operating distance is
reduced it is time to replace the battery.
•
•
•
Remove the remote control from its holster if necessary.
Identify the battery cover. It has ‘merlin’ printed on it.
Press the battery cover in the centre with your thumb and
slide the cover down. This exposes the battery.
Note the positive and the negative ends of the battery must
match the + and - marked on the remote control’s case.
Setting a new common access code
•
•
Remove the battery cover to expose the 12 coding
switches.
Alter the pattern of on-off settings to a new pattern.
All common access remote controls must have the same
pattern as each other, and the common access receiver must
be taught any new code.
Use any flat head screws through the holes provided in the
holster.
Attaching the transmitter to the sun visor
of a car:
•
•
Insert the black metal spring clip into the slot of the holster.
Stretch the clip and fit the holster over the sun visor.
To reduce risk of personal injury by the
door or gate under control:
Only wall-mount the remote control above 1.5 metres
from the floor.
Only wall-mount the remote control in sight of the
moving door or gate.
Always supervise the operation of the door or gate
opener.
Do not allow children to play with door or gate controls.
To reduce risk of unauthorised access to
your home or garage:
Remove the transmitter from its holster when leaving your car
unattended.
Specifications
Battery:
Radio frequency: 433.92 MHz FSK
Buttons:
Teaching your opener or receiver to
recognise the new remote’s buttons
Identify the ‘learn’ button on your opener or receiver. The
specifics may vary depending upon the model but, in most
cases, the procedure is:
• Press the learn button for at least 1 second
• Press the desired button on the remote control twice
One 4LR44 6-volt cell
2 buttons (Model M832C) or
4 buttons (Model M834C)
Coded signal on private buttons:
High security code hopping
(67-bit with 32-bit encryption)
Coded signal on common buttons:
Merlin proprietary fixed code
(12-bit, set by code switches)
common access
buttons, learned by
common gate or door
opener
private access buttons,
learned by private door or
gate openers
merlin
merlin
Model M832
Rev 2, Aug 02
Model M834
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433 MHz RF products
M832F & M834F fixed code transmitters
The M832F & M834Ftransmitters are the fixed code models of the standard size transmitter. They have 4096 possible codes selected
by setting a DIP switch included on the transmitter. The fixed code transmitter has several features to make unauthorized access by
“scanners” or “code grabbers” more difficult. However it is not as secure as the ‘code hopping’ transmitters. This is for low security applications where more than 20 transmitters are to be used with 1 receiver. The number of transmitters (using the same preset code) that
can access the transmitter is unlimited. Two and four channel versions are available.
M832F
M834F
Specifications
•
Transmitter
SAW generated, 433.92 MHz FM-FSK
Fixed code; 4096 possible codes, user set via 12 way DIP switch
•
Battery
1 x 4LR44 (6V battery)
Features
•
Battery saver
An automatic shut down in the event of a transmitter being accidentally jammed on
•
Low battery indicator
Good batteries: LED stays on when button is pressed
Low batteries: LED will ‘flash’ when button is pressed
•
Battery life
Around 1 year ( domestic usage)
•
Wall / visor holster.
Visor clip & wall mounting holster provided.
•
Compatible with
M530, M530P, M532A, M532P receivers
Not compatible with Merlin garage door openers.
•
Operating range
Typically 50 -100 metres.( range will vary due to receiver location )
Rev 2, May 02
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Instructions
M832F, M834F fixed code remote controls
Teaching your opener or receiver to
recognise the new remote’s buttons
Compatible with
Merlin door openers from 2001, if they are fitted with high
security rolling code receivers.
Other Merlin openers and most other brands of openers, if
controlled via a Merlin M532 Add-on Receiver.
Identify the ‘learn’ button on your opener or receiver. The
specifics may vary depending upon the model but, in most
cases, the procedure is:
•
•
Press the learn button for at least 1 second
Press the desired button on the remote control twice
Most gate openers, if controlled via a Merlin M530 Gate
receiver.
Note
Some Merlin door openers require an additional receiver to be
able to learn this model of remote controls.
Attaching the remote control to a wall or
other flat surface
Use any flat head screws through the holes provided in the
holster.
Replacing the battery
When the LED is blinking and the operating distance is
reduced it is time to replace the battery.
Attaching the transmitter to the sun visor
of a car
•
•
•
•
•
Remove the remote control from its holster if necessary. I
dentify the battery cover. It has ‘merlin’ printed on it.
Press the battery cover in the centre with your thumb and
slide the cover down. This exposes the battery.
Note the positive and the negative ends of the battery must
match the + and - marked on the remote control’s case.
Setting a new fixed code
•
•
Remove the battery cover to expose the 12 coding
switches.
Alter the pattern of on-off settings to a new pattern.
All remote controls used for common access through the same
door or gate must have the same code switch pattern as each
other, and the receiver that is used for common access must
be taught any new code.
Insert the black metal spring clip into the slot of the holster.
Stretch the clip and fit the holster over the sun visor.
Note
Only wall-mount the remote control above 1.5 metres from the
floor.
Only wall-mount the remote control in sight of the moving door
or gate.
Always supervise the operation of the door or gate opener.
Do not allow children to play with door or gate controls.
Remove the transmitter from its holster when leaving your car
unattended.
Specifications
Battery:
One 4LR44 6-volt cell
Radio frequency: 433.92 MHz FSK
Buttons:
2 buttons (Model M832F) or
4 buttons (Model M834F)
Coded signal:
Merlin proprietary fixed code
(12-bit, set by code switches)
one opener learns this
button
merlin
Rev 2, Aug 02
Model M832
other openers, receivers
or output channels learns
these other buttons
merlin
Model M834
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433 MHz RF products
M128 Wireless wall mounted control switch
The M128 wireless wall control is designed specifically for interior use. The M128 is designed to complement the appearance of
a standard Australasian white electrical switch. The 2 channel M128 wireless wall switch is ideal as an internal wireless control
for any Merlin M433RF series receiver. As a permanent fixture (mounted on the wall) this wireless control can operate garage
door operators, gates, alarms, lighting or other devices incorporating a suitable receiver. As virtually no extra wiring is needed
the M128 is ideal for placement of an “extra” light switch where wiring is difficult or for multiple light switching – for 2,3 or up to
20 wireless switches for one or two light circuits. The easy placement of the M128 wherever switches may be required
simplifies this task. The M128 is designed to fit over any standard electrical flush box or surface mount onto a wall. The LED
confirms signal transmission and provides a low battery warning.
(approx 1/2 scale)
Specifications
•
Transmitter
SAW generated,433.92Mhz FM - FSK
4.295 billion possible codes
Code Hopping technology
•
Batteries
2 x CR2025 (3 V button cells )
•
Dimensions
73 x 117 x 13mm
Features
•
Battery saver.
An automatic shut down in the event of the transmitter being accidentally jammed / turned on for more
than 23 seconds
•
Low battery indicator
Good batteries: LED stays on when button is pressed
Low batteries: LED will “flash” when button is pressed
•
Battery life
More than 2 years (domestic usage)
•
Regain out of sequence operation
If a transmitter has been pressed or used more than 32 times out of range of a known receiver, press
the appropriate remote button twice when in range. Normal operation will resume.
(The receiver will have stored the unique serial number of the transmitter when originally learnt in. This
will be acknowledged as a ‘known” transmitter.)
•
Wall holster
Wall mounting holster provided. This can be fixed to any wall for easy placement of transmitter and
keys
•
Compatible with
M530, M530P, M532A, M532P receivers
Merlin garage door openers with 433MHz receivers
All other Merlin branded 433Mhz products
Rev 2, May 02
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Installation Instructions
M128 wireless wall control box
Compatible with
Merlin door openers from 2001, if they are fitted with high
security rolling code receivers.
Other Merlin openers and most other brands of openers, if
controlled via a Merlin M532 Add-on Receiver.
Most gate openers, if controlled via a Merlin M530 Gate
receiver.
One opener learns
this button
Replacing the batteries
merlin
When the LED is blinking and the operating distance is
reduced it is time to replace the batteries.
Remove the front cover.
Remove each old battery and insert each new battery. Note
the writing on the battery must face towards you.
Replace the front cover.
Another opener,
receiver or output
channel learns this
button
Model M128
Teaching your opener or receiver to
recognise the wireless wall control box’s
buttons
Identify the ‘learn’ button on your opener or receiver.
In most cases, the procedure is:
Press the learn button for at least 1 second
Press the desired button on the wireless wall control box twice
Attaching the wireless wall control box to
a wall or other flat surface
Use any flat head screws through the holes provided.
To reduce risk of personal injury by the
door or gate under control
Only wall-mount the remote control above 1.5 metres from the
floor.
Only wall-mount the remote control in sight of the moving door
or gate.
Always supervise the operation of the door or gate opener.
Do not allow children to play with door or gate controls.
Specifications
Batteries:
Radio frequency:
Coded signal:
Rev 4, Aug 02
Two CR2025 3-volt lithium
button cells
433.92 MHz FSK
High security code-hopping
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433 MHz RF products
M840 Wireless keypad
The M840 is a wireless four output channel keypad. Output is accessed via a master PIN or 4 user
defined 4 digit PINs. It also offers a temporary user PIN facility affording short term access -either
selected number of days or number of uses- before expiry of the PIN.
The keypad is ruggedly designed for exterior use. The case is made from UV stabilized materials. It
is ultrasonically welded and with a full silicone membrane offers a high degree of water resistance.
The fold down face cover provides added protection against the elements.
It is primarily designed to be battery operated. With no wiring this makes it very easy to install and
versatile to locate. However it can be wired to a permanent power supply if battery life (particularly
in high usage applications) is a concern or permanent backlighting of the keypad is required.
The M840 can be used to securely operate up to three devices, e.g. a combination of garage doors,
gate, alarm, solenoid locks or another device where secure access is required but the user may not
always carry keys, access cards or a transmitter.
The M840 also offers a fourth ‘no security’ channel. This can be used to operate lighting, a door
chime, or another application not requiring secure operation. This channel is operated by pushing
the cover.
approx. 1/2 scale
Specifications
•
Transmitter
SAW generated 433.92Mhz FM - FSK
Code Hopping secure transmission, 4.2Billion codes
•
Batteries
4 x AAA cells
•
Dimensions
148 x 68 x 31 deep
Features
•
Outputs
4 channels (3 secure with PIN. 1 insecure by pushing cover )
•
Master PIN
Programmable 4 digit master pin code
(user selects own master PIN, if forgotten ,master pin cannot be retrieved, or reset.)
•
User PINs
4 extra user PINs of 4 digits
Alpha Numeric Keypad for easy selection of PIN codes.
•
Temporary user code
1 x temporary user code.( programmable no. of days or usages)
•
Power supply
A permanent power supply can be connected. (12- 24Vac/dc, 50mA)
•
Back lighting
Press any button to turn on, then use PIN (backlighting will stay on permanently if wired to a
permanent power supply)
•
Audible Feedback
Keypad ‘beeps’ to indicate status of input
•
Tamper resistant
5 minute lock out after 5 invalid PIN attempts
•
Low battery indicator
The back lighting will flash when keypad is used. (only if battery powered)
•
Output ‘on’ time
The output hold ‘on’ time programmable from 0 -99 seconds.
•
Free Access Mode
The master PIN can enable ‘free access mode’. The output channel is then activated simply by push
ing the appropriate button without using a PIN
•
Battery life
Typically 30 months if used once a day
18 months if used twice a day
10,000 operations if used very frequently
•
Compatible with
M530, M530P, M532A, M532P receivers, Merlin 433MHz door openers
•
Operating range
Typically 50 -100 metres( range will vary with
Rev 2, May 02
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Installation Instructions
M840 wireless keypad
Keep these instructions.
Write down your Master-PIN on this page. Without the MasterPIN you can not change any settings or create User-PINs or
Temporary User-PINs.
Press any button and the backlighting illuminates the keypad.
A four digit PIN followed by a, b or c will operate one of three
devices (for example a door, a gate, lighting or an alarm).
A press on the closed front cover will operate a fourth
unsecured device (for example lighting, a pedestrian gate or a
doorbell).
Installation steps
•
•
•
•
Fit batteries
If batteries are not already fitted, then:
Remove the battery cover screw
Fit the four AAA batteries, following the + markings inside
the keypad casing
• Refit the battery cover and cover screw
When the batteries are inserted correctly, the backlighting will
flash and the beeper will sound
Set the Master-PIN
Caution
Lose the Master-PIN and it’s gone for ever. It can’t be
recovered and it can’t be reset. Write it down where you can
find it again.
This unit is shipped with a Master-PIN of 1111. You must
replace this with your own Master-PIN or else the unit remains
insecure and so can be used and re-programmed by anyone.
The Master PIN enables wide programming options (including
changing the Master PIN and adding or deleting User PINs)
and therefore should not be given out. Users may wish to
consider only using the Master PIN for programming and
create a User PIN for everyday access.
Removing the batteries or disconnecting the power will not
affect the Master-PIN.
Operate a door
To set a new Master-PIN:
• Write down your new Master-PIN here before creating it
Operate a gate
___ ___ ___ ___
Operate an
alarm, lighting or
other device
•
•
•
•
Enter the existing Master-PIN
Press #
Enter the new Master-PIN
Press *, press #
Teach the keypad to the opener or receiver
Up to three openers or receivers can be operated from the
keypad. These three devices learn any of the a, b or c buttons
from the keypad.
Entering the Master PIN allows the use of these a, b or c
buttons.
Each User PIN must end with one of these a, b or c buttons.
Alternatively, in Free Access Mode, the a, b or c buttons can
be used freely without the need for a PIN.
The b button can be depressed by pushing on the closed flipup cover. In Free Access Mode (no need for PINs) this turns
the keypad into an easily activated large sized entry-button.
•
The enclosure is UV and water resistant but it is not
submersible and should not be subjected to direct sprays of
high pressure water.
Operate a doorbell, or lighting, or
pedestrian access gate
•
•
Press the learn button on the opener or receiver for 1 to 2
seconds
Within 20 seconds (or within 5 seconds for some
receivers), enter the Master-PIN and then press the
chosen a, b or c button
Wait 2 seconds and press the chosen a, b or c button
again to confirm
Check by the following:
•
•
Wait until the keys are no longer active (when battery
powered, this is when the backlighting switches off)
Re-enter the Master-PIN and press the chosen a, b or c
button
If the receiver or opener does not operate, repeat the learning
process above
It may be easier to put the keypad into Free Access Mode
during this section, so that you don’t have to enter the MasterPIN every time you want to use one of the a, b or c buttons.
Enter the Master-PIN and press * to disable or enable Free
Access Mode.
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Installation Instructions
M840 wireless keypad
Set the User-PINs
You can create four User PINs. If you try to enter a fifth User
PIN, it will simply overwrite the fourth PIN.
Additional features
You can delete all the PINs from memory in one operation, but
you can not delete them individually.
Temporary User-PIN
You can create a Temporary-PIN that only lasts a certain
number of uses, or only lasts a certain number of days.
User-PINs can not be used to create Temporary-PINs., or to
change settings.
It can be cancelled at any time.
Removing the batteries or disconnecting the power will not
affect the User-PINs.
To set a User-PIN
• Enter the 4-digit Master-PIN
• Press #
• Enter the new 4-digit User PIN followed by a, b or c
(whichever is required to operate the opener or receiver)
• Press #
To delete all User-PINs
• Enter the Master-PIN
• Press #
• Press ****
• Press #
Install the keypad on a wall
You will need a flat surface with a clear width of 75-mm and a
clear height of 160-mm.
You will need a drill and suitable screws and anchors.
•
Check the keypad is to be placed within radio operating
range
• Place the keypad in its expected position
• Enter the Master-PIN (factory pre-set to 1111)
• Press the chosen a, b or c button
• Does the receiver or opener function in response? If not,
choose a keypad location that is closer to the opener.
Will the keypad use battery power or will it use a wired power
supply?
Battery life depends on usage, but will typically be better than:
24 months if used 2 times a day;
18 months if used 10 times a day;
6 months if used 50 times a day;
10,000 operations if used more than 50 times a day.
Removing the batteries or disconnecting the power will cancel
any Temporary User-PIN.
To set a Temporary User-PIN for a number of uses
• Enter the Master-PIN
• Press #
• Enter the new Temporary User-PIN followed by a, b or c
(whichever is required to operate the opener or receiver)
• Press *
• Enter the number of uses (say 5, or 14 – anything up to 99
uses is OK)
• Press *
To set a temporary User-PIN for a number of days
• Enter the Master-PIN
• Press #
• Enter the new Temporary User-PIN followed by a, b or c
(whichever is required to operate the opener or receiver)
• Press *
• Enter the number of days (say 5, or 14 – anything up to 99
days is OK)
• Press #
The day counter is accurate to around 1 day per month.
To cancel a Temporary User-PIN
• Enter the Master-PIN
• Press #
• Press *
• Press #
Free Access Mode
Free Access Mode allows the keypad to be used without the
need to enter a PIN every time. Simply press a, b, or c to
operate the door or gate opener or receiver.
Pressing on the flip up cover presses the b button on the
keypad.
Removing the batteries or disonnecting the power supply will
disable Free Access Mode.
To connect to a wired power supply
Check the rating of the power supply: it must be capable of
supplying at least 50 mA and it can be at any voltage between
12 and 24 V ac or dc
•
•
Remove the batteries
Add the optional insulator shield over the four battery
terminals and two screw terminals
• Fit the optional two M3 screws through the insulator shield
and into the screw terminals
• Drill through the battery compartment at the point marked,
out to the rear of the keypad
• Pull the wires through the drilled hole
• Strip 20-mm or so from the insulation on the end of the
wires
• Attach the wires to the M3 screws (if using a dc supply
then note the +ve marking on the insulator shield)
• Thoroughly seal around where the wires enter the keypad
casing. Use a permanent flexible sealant. Do not use RTV
silicone.
When powered from a plug pack the backlighting stays on
continuously after the first button press.
•
• Enter the Master-PIN
• Press *
Repeat this to disable Free Access Mode
Variable active key time after a valid PIN
The a, b, or c buttons remain active for five seconds after
entering a valid PIN.
This can be changed to any time from 0 to 99 seconds.
Removing the batteries or disonnecting the power supply does
not change this setting.
•
•
•
•
•
Enter the Master-PIN
Press #
Press **
Key in two digits for the number of seconds for the a, b or
c buttons to remain active after a valid PIN (eg. 00, 05 or
23)
Press #
Attach to the wall
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Installation Instructions
M840 wireless keypad
Use as a door-bell button or unsecured transmitter
Pressing the b button, or pressing down on the front hinged
cover, without first entering a valid PIN will transmit the fourth
channel.
This can allow a receiver attached to a doorbell to alert an
occupant inside a dwelling that a visitor is at the gate or door.
The occupant can press a button to open the door or gate for
the visitor
Alternatively this fourth channel can operate a pedestrian
access if your gate opener supports this, and if you have
enabled the feature on your gate opener.
Normal entry can be made from the keypad at the gate or door
using a User-PIN.
Fit a receiver to a door bell or other device
• Install an appropriate Merlin receiver (M532 or M530P) to
the push-button wiring of a door bell or to the input of
another device
A separate power supply is usually required for these
receivers.
Teach the keypad to the receiver
•
•
•
Press the learn button on the opener or receiver for 1 to 2
seconds
Within 20 seconds (5 seconds on some receivers) press
the b button (do not enter a PIN first)
Wait 2 seconds and press the b button again to confirm
Check
• Wait until the backlighting of the keys switches off
• Press the b button again
• If the receiver or other device does not operate, repeat the
learning process above
To operate the bell or other device from the keypad
• Press the front cover of the keypad so that it presses on
the b button
The receiver should activate the bell or other device that it is
attached to
Tamper resistant lock-out
After five validly formatted but incorrect attempts to use the
keypad, the keys will be locked for five minutes. Any key press
during lock-out results only in a long beep.
This is to reduce the opportunity for unauthorised access from
trying each of the 29,997 possible combinations.
Disconnecting the power by removing the batteries will
overcome this 5 minute delay.
Reset to the factory settings
This resets the Master-PIN to 1111 and wipes all the UserPINs, the Temporary-PIN and any other custom settings in
memory. You can only do this if you know the existing MasterPIN.
• Enter the Master-PIN
• Press #
• Press *
• Press b b b
• Press #
There is no way of extracting information, including a ‘lost’
Master-PIN, from this keypad’s memory.
Summary of commands and behaviours
Enable Free Access Mode
Master-PIN * (4 short beeps, 1 long beep)
Disable Free Access Mode
Master-PIN * (4 short beeps, 2 long beeps)
Change the Master-PIN
Old-Master-PIN # New-Master-PIN * # (4 short beeps)
Add a new User-PIN
Master-PIN # User-PIN a, b or c # (4 short beeps)
Add a Temporary-PIN for n days (1 to 99 days)
Master-PIN # Temporary-PIN a, b or c * n-days # (2 beeps)
Add a Temporary-PIN for n uses (1 to 99 uses)
Master-PIN # Temporary-PIN a, b or c * n-uses * (3 beeps)
Delete a Temporary-PIN
Master-PIN # * # (4 beeps)
Delete all User-PINs
Master-PIN # **** # (5 beeps)
Set time keys remain active (00 to 99 sec)
Master-PIN # ** nn-seconds # (6 beeps)
Master reset
Master-PIN # * b b b # (7 beeps)
b (no PIN entered)
transmit channel 4 (1 short beep)
cover pressed (no PIN)
transmit channel 4 (1 short beep)
Valid-PIN then a, b or c
transmit channel 1, 2 or 3 (1 short beep)
Invalid-PIN then a, b or c
(1 long beep)
1 long beep
Master-PIN # (4 short beeps)
Any key
(1 short beep)
Any key when locked out
(1 long beep)
No power (batteries removed)
timers & counters for lockout & Temporary-PIN reset
Low voltage (below 3.8 V dc)
backlight flashes
High voltage (above 7 V dc)
backlight stays on
5 consecutive Invalid-PINs
locked out 5 minutes
Therefore, if the Master-PIN is lost, there is no way of
changing any setting, including performing this factory reset to
return to a known Master-PIN.
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Installation Instructions
M840 wireless keypad
Specifications
Batteries
four AAA
Battery life
depends on usage and settings
typically better than 18 months
Wired supply
nominal 12 – 24 V dc/ac
maximum 40 V dc, 28 V ac
minimum 9 V dc, 9 V ac
minimum capacity 50 mA
No. of outputs
three secure (require PIN)
one non-secure (press cover)
RF output
433.92 MHz FSK
Coded signal
67-bit (32-bit encrypted)
Master-PIN
one, four digit
User-PINs
four, four digit plus channel id
Temporary-PINs one
valid for 0 to 99 uses or
valid for 0 to 99 days (accurate to approx. 1
day per month)
Active key time
Battery cover screw
Battery cover
Four AAA batteries
Mounting screw cap
Lower
mounting
screw
Upper mounting screw
5 seconds default
0 to 99 seconds possible
Backlighting time While keys are active, or if powered from a
wired supply, continuous
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433 MHz RF products
M034 remote upgrade pack
The M034 is a blister pack containing both the M532A receiver & M844 mini transmitter providing a wireless radio control solution in one
package.
It is designed as an economical upgrade kit for all older model Merlin garage door operators to simplify addition of the M433RF series
radio control. The kit provides wiring looms and spade connector terminals so that it is easily fitted to all Merlin models.
The receiver can also be used on other makes of door operator, suitable alarm panels and general applications to suit the output and
rating of the low voltage signal relay output.
Consult the M532 and M844 spec sheet for specific details on the products.
Specifications
•
Receiver type
Super heterodyne, 433.92MHz, FM - FSK
SAW filter on RF front end
•
Approvals
UK, NZ & Australia
•
Dimensions
45 x 135 x 23h ( case)
•
Outputs
1; via signal relay contact (SPNO)
•
Max switching load
1 Amp @ 30V ac/dc
•
Input voltage
12 -24 Vac/ dc nominal
9 -28V ac min / max
9 - 40V dc min / max
•
Power usage
30 - 50mA
•
Momentary / toggle
Select by bridging link (factory set on “mom,” link off)
•
Learns up to
20 code hopping, unlimited fixed code devices that have the same code switch setting
•
Compatible with
M842,M844 mini remotes (M844 included)
M832,M834,M832F, M834F,M832C & M834C standard remotes
M840 wireless keypad
M128 wireless wall control box
•
Operating range
Typically 50 - 100 meters
(range will vary subject to receiver location)
Rev 2, May 02
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Installation Instructions
M034 remote control upgrade pack
Merlin openers older than 1996: choosing and using an adapter loom
Did your old remote have a red rectangular button? Yes? Use the red loom. No? Use the blue loom.
Fitting the adapter loom
Caution
Ensure opener is unplugged from mains power supply.
Prise off the top case of the add-on receiver, loosen the four screw terminals and remove
the spade terminals. Retighten the screws.
remove top case
Attach the adapter loom to the four-pin plug on the new receiver and refit the casing.
attach
adapter
loom
Unplug the door opener from the mains .
NO
Remove the opener's side cover to expose the circuit board (the side cover nearer to
where the power cord enters the opener).
C
G
merlin
+
Unplug the smaller wiring loom from the door opener’s main circuit board.
remove
spade
terminals
LED
SW1
SW2
unscrew
remove side cover
unscrew
remove side
cover
Overhead door opener
Depending on the model, the small plug is located on
either the front or the rear edge of the circuit board.
connector is
either here
or here
Roller door opener
Depending on the model, the small plug is located either on
the top or the bottom edge of the circuit board.
Attach the male plug of the adapter loom to the circuit board, attach the female
adapter loom pins into the accessory wiring close the side cover, bringing the
receiver box outside of the opener.
circuit
board
adapter
loom
accessory wiring
Attach the add-on receiver box to the opener using either the self adhesive foam or
the screws provided.
Extend the antenna wire.
Plug in the opener to the mains and switch on the power.
Teach the remote control to the receiver (press the small button on the receiver for
1-2 seconds, press the desired remote control button twice).
Merlin openers from 1996: connecting directly to the
opener
On the rear of overhead door openers and on the underside of roller door openers, inside the lamp cover, is a strip of five screw
terminals.
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Installation Instructions
M034 remote control upgrade pack
Attach the three exposed spade connectors on this receiver to three of the five screw
terminals on the opener (+15V, GND & P/B).
Extend the antenna wire down and away from the metal body of the opener.
connect to P/B
Teach the remote control to the receiver (press the small button on the receiver for 1-2
seconds, press the desired remote control button twice.)
connect to GND
connect to +15V
merlin
test the output
Other brands of door or gate opener, and other products
learn a remote button
To operate any other product (for example: alarm, gate opener or door opener) you need to locate two things:
A supply of suitable power:
Between 12 and 24 volts ac or dc, capable of delivering up to 80 mA, although the standby demand is only 30 mA
Usually you will need to purchase a dc plug-pack for this, unless your product has terminals for powering accessories from.
The manual control input on the product you want to control:
Normally the push-button wires on a gate or door opener, or a key-switch arm-disarm
input on an alarm.
relay output to
manual input of
remote controlled
product
test button to
operate relay
+
Connect the NO and COM terminals on this receiver to the manual control input of the
product you want to remotely control.
mode jumper
learn button for
teaching remotes
merlin
LED
SW1
MODE
Connect the power supply to the terminals marked 9-24 and GND. If the supply is dc then
connect the negative to the GND terminal.
G
input from (- or ac)
power supply (+ or ac)
C
Prise off the top case of the add-on receiver, loosen the four screw terminals and remove
the spade terminals. Retighten the screws.
NO
Once you have identified these, you can connect the receiver to your product as follows:
SW2
aerial wire
Attach the receiver to a wall or to the product you’re controlling. Replace the cover on the receiver. Extend the antenna wire.
Teach the remote control to the receiver: Press the small button on the receiver for 1-2 seconds, press the desired remote button twice.
Now you can control your product by pressing the main button on the front of this receiver or the remote button that you’ve taught it.
Note
After teaching 20 remote devices to the receiver the most recently learned remote will be over-written.
To delete all remotes from memory: Press and hold the small learn button on the receiver for eleven seconds.
If the relay is required to turn on with one button press, then off with the next press, install the jumper on the MODE pins on the
receiver’s circuit board. These pins are located near the learn button.
Specifications
Suitable for radio remote control of
Input voltage required
•
•
Nominal 12 – 24 V
•
Absolute minimum 9 V
•
Absolute maximum 28 V ac or 40 V dc
•
Consumes 30 mA on standby
•
Consumes 50 mA when the relay is active
older Merlin garage door openers where replacement of
obsolete radio transmitters is required
•
other brands of garage door openers (may require a dc
plug pack to power this receiver)
•
gate openers
•
suitable alarm systems (requires a manual control input)
•
applications requiring high security remote on/off control
Contents
•
M532 relay output single channel receiver
•
M844 four-channel keyring transmitter
•
Wiring looms for Merlin upgrades
•
Full installation instructions
Output type and capacity
•
One Normally Open momentary contact relay. (Can be set
as latching contact by a board jumper.)
•
Can switch up to 1 A at 30
Rev 3, May 02
Remote control compatibility
•
Up to 20 green buttoned 433 MHz Merlin remote devices
•
M840 wireless keypad
•
M128 wireless wall-switch
Security level
•
Code-hopping remotes choose a fresh code with each
button press, chosen from over 4 billion options
•
Fixed-code remotes send the same code with each button
press, chosen from over 4 thousand options
Operating distance
•
Typically over 50 m, varies with physical obstructions,
interfering signals and local topography.
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433 MHz RF products
M530 plug-on receiver
The M530 two channel receiver PCB is designed to plug directly on to any Merlin, Elsema, ATA or similar PCB controller fitted with a
0.156” KK 6 way square pin connector (the socket fitted to the receiver is compatible with the Molex part 26-11-6064). The two transistor
outputs enable the control of 2 functions as supported by the PCB controller. For example the controller could offer:separate on &
off;vehicle and pedestrian gate access; or door and light control.Test buttons and LED’s simplify installation and provide visual status
indication.
The wide receiver input voltage range makes this a versatile receiver suited to a variety of applications.
A wire antenna (not shown) is soldered directly onto the receiver. This is satisfactory in most installations, however a coaxial MCX
socket is provided on the receiver should an externally mounted antenna be required.
(actual size shown)
Specifications
•
Receiver type
Super-heterodyne, SAW filter on RF front end
433.92 MHz, FM-FSK
•
Approvals
NZ ,Australia, UK
•
Dimensions
44 x 90 x 17mm
•
Outputs
2, via open collector transistors
(cannot switch ac or negative voltages)
•
Max switching load
300 mA max
40Vdc max
•
Input voltage
12 -24 Vac/ dc nominal
9 -28V ac min / max
9 - 40V dc min / max
•
Power consumption
30 mA
•
Momentary / toggle
Select by bridging link; factory set in ‘ mom’ with link off
(both channels are controlled by one link)
•
Learns up to
20 code hopping or unlimited fixed transmitters
•
Compatible with
M842,M844 mini remotes,
M832,M834,M832F, M834F,M832C,M834C standard remotes
M840 wireless keypad
M128 wireless wall control box
•
Operating range
Typically 50 - 100 meters
(range will vary subject to receiver location)
•
Optional antenna
M001- coated stainless steel wire rope aerial with 600mm length of coaxial cable and
M002 -a 10 metre length coaxial extension cable
•
Adaptor Looms
BDR2 1009—pin header with colored wire output
Rev 2, May 02
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ground plane
Installation Instructions
M530 gate receiver
The Merlin M530 gate receiver is intended for installation on a
wide range of gate controller boards.
It can learn up to 20 transmitters and has two output channels.
It is for use with any Merlin 433 MHz transmitter.
Larger numbers of users can be added by the use of Merlin
Fixed Code and Common Access transmitters.
TEST BUTTON:
OUTPUT 1
OUT 2
CO-AXIAL AERIAL
INPUT (MCX)
TEST BUTTON:
OUTPUT 2
LED
OUTPUT MODE
JUMPER
GND
GND
To operate Output 1 from a desired button on a transmitter:
Either press the Learn button for more than 1 second or
follow the RTL procedure below (LED turns off)
• Press the desired transmitter button twice
(LED flickers once each button press is recognised)
To operate Output 1 from one button and Output 2 from
another button on the same transmitter
OUT 1
Not
The receiver can learn up to 20 different transmitters. If
required then some or all of the transmitters can also operate
the second output on the card.
•
AERIAL WIRE
+ IN
Learning transmitters
LEARN
BUTTON
•
Either press the Learn button for more than 1 second or
follow the RTL procedure below (the LED will turn off):
• Press the transmitter button that should operate Output 1
(LED will flicker once the receiver recognises the button)
• Press the transmitter button that should operate Output 2
(LED will flicker once the receiver recognises the button)
You can not operate the same receiver output from more than
one button on a transmitter.
A transmitter can either be capable of operating both outputs
or only Output 1 – not Output 2 alone.
Specifications
Power supply
nominal 12 – 24 V ac/dc
absolute maximum 9 to 28 V ac
absolute maximum 9 to 40 V dc
Power consumption at standby: 30 mA max
1 output active: 35 mA
2 outputs active: 40 mA
Output rating
can switch max 0.3A, max +40 V dc
can not switch ac or -ve voltages
Output mode
If the MODE jumper is not fitted:
Output ON while txr button is held;
If the MODE jumper is fitted:
Output changes between ON and OFF with
each txr button press
Aerial
better results are obtained if the aerial wire is
horizontal and straight
When fitting the optional external aerial using
the MCX connector, snip the plain wire aerial
off the board
Connector
6-way 3.96-mm pitch socket
Dimensions
44 wide x 92 long x 15 high
Compatible with All Merlin 433 MHz green button txrs, both
code hopping and fixed code:
M832, M834 (big sized)
M832C M834C (big common access)
M832F, M834F (big fixed code)
M842, M844 (mini txrs)
M128 (wireless wall control box)
Radio frequency 433.92 MHz, FSK
Cautions
Never attempt to switch negative or ac voltages. Do not
connect ac or negative voltages to either of the outputs.
Do not exceed the voltage or power ratings of the outputs. If
necessary use a relay receiver (Merlin M532) or add a relay
between the output of this board and the input to the device
under control.
If switching a relay: add a flywheel diode across the input coil
of the relay.
Rev 4, May 02
Remote Transmitter Learning (RTL)
If enabled then you can use an existing learned transmitter to
place the receiver into learn mode. It is not possible to delete
transmitters from memory using this feature.
To enable or disable RTL, remove power from the board, then
reapply the power whilst holding the learn button down for
three seconds. The LED cadence will change from ‘single flash
with pause’ (disabled) to ‘double-flash with pause’ (enabled).
To learn a transmitter remotely, press and hold both the north
and south buttons of an existing learned transmitter together,
release them after 2 – 3 s. Within 5 s press the button that
normally controls the opener you want to learn a transmitter
into. Now the receiver or opener is in learn mode. It is ready to
learn the next transmitter it detects.
Deleting remotes
•
•
•
•
•
Press and hold the Learn button for more than 11 s
The LED will flash fast as a warning
After five seconds the LED will flash at twice the rate
After 11 seconds all the transmitters stored in the card’s
memory will have been deleted
Normal LED heartbeat resumes
LED flashes
off = no power, or in learn mode
one brief flash per second = OK
two brief flashes per second = OK, in RTL mode
one long flash per second = receiving a Merlin transmitter
four flashes per second = preparing to delete all memory
eight flashes per second = about to delete all memory
fast flicker during learning = a txr button has been recognised
(press a txr button again to complete learning)
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433 MHz RF products
M530P general purpose receiver
The M530P receiver has a 6 way screw terminal connector block. It is supplied in a soft clear anti-static plastic protective case. The two
transistor outputs enable the control of 2 functions, e.g. separate on & off; vehicle and pedestrian gate access;or door and light control.
Test buttons and LEDs simplify installation and provide visual receiver status indication.
The wide receiver input voltage range makes this a versatile product suited to controlling a variety of applications. If suitable power can
not be drawn from the control PCB, an external power pack can be used. A wire antenna (not shown) is soldered directly onto the
receiver. This is satisfactory in most installations however a coaxial MCX socket is provided on the receiver card should an externally
mounted antenna be required.
(approx actual size)
Specifications
•
Receiver type
Super-heterodyne,SAW filter on RF front end
433.92MHz,FM - FSK
•
Approvals
Australia, NZ & UK
•
Dimensions
60 x 130 x 18h (in case)
44 x 90 x 17 (PCB card only)
•
Outputs
2, via open collector transistors
(cannot switch ac or negative voltages)
•
Max switching load
300 mA max
40Vdc max
•
Input voltage
12—24 Vac/ dc nominal
9—28V ac min / max
9—40V dc min / max
•
Power consumption
30 mA
•
Momentary / toggle
Select by bridging link. factory set on “mom” with link off
(both channels are controlled by one link)
•
Learns up to
20 code hopping or unlimited fixed code devices using the same code setting.
•
Compatible with
M842,M844 mini remotes,
M832,M834,M832F, M834F,M832C ,M834C standard remotes.
M840 wireless keypad
M128 wireless wall control box
•
Operating range
Typically 50 - 100 meters
(range will vary subject to receiver location)
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Optional antenna
M001–coated stainless steel wire rope aerial with 600mm length of coaxial cable and ground plane
M002—10M coaxial cable extension cable.
Rev 2, May 02
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Installation Instructions
M530P general purpose receiver controller
The Merlin M530P Receiver Controller is intended for general
purpose installation on a wide range of products.
It can learn up to 20 transmitters and has two output channels.
It is for use with any Merlin 433 MHz transmitter.
Larger numbers of users can be added by the use of Merlin
Fixed Code and Common Access transmitters.
TEST BUTTON:
OUTPUT 1
OUT 2
CO-AXIAL AERIAL
INPUT (MCX)
TEST BUTTON:
OUTPUT 2
LED
OUTPUT MODE
JUMPER
GND
GND
To operate Output 1 from a desired button on a transmitter:
Either press the Learn button for more than 1 second or
follow the RTL procedure below (LED turns off)
• Press the desired transmitter button twice
(LED flickers once each button press is recognised)
To operate Output 1 from one button and Output 2 from
another button on the same transmitter
OUT 1
Not
The receiver can learn up to 20 different transmitters. If
required then some or all of the transmitters can also operate
the second output on the card.
•
AERIAL WIRE
+ IN
Learning transmitters
LEARN
BUTTON
•
Either press the Learn button for more than 1 second or
follow the RTL procedure below (the LED will turn off):
• Press the transmitter button that should operate Output 1
(LED will flicker once the receiver recognises the button)
• Press the transmitter button that should operate Output 2
(LED will flicker once the receiver recognises the button)
You can not operate the same receiver output from more than
one button on a transmitter.
A transmitter can either be capable of operating both outputs
or only Output 1 – not Output 2 alone.
Specifications
Power supply
nominal 12 – 24 V ac/dc
absolute maximum 9 to 28 V ac
absolute maximum 9 to 40 V dc
Power consumption at standby: 30 mA max
1 output active: 35 mA
2 outputs active: 40 mA
Output rating
can switch max 0.3A, max +40 V dc
can not switch ac or -ve voltages
Output mode
If the MODE jumper is not fitted:
Output ON while txr button is held;
If the MODE jumper is fitted:
Output changes between ON and OFF with
each txr button press
Aerial
better results are obtained if the aerial wire is
horizontal and straight
When fitting the optional external aerial using
the MCX connector, snip the plain wire aerial
off the board
Connector
6-way 4-mm pitch screw terminals
Dimensions
44 wide x 92 long x 15 high
Compatible with All Merlin 433 MHz green button txrs, both
code hopping and fixed code:
M832, M834 (big sized)
M832C M834C (big common access)
M832F, M834F (big fixed code)
M842, M844 (mini txrs)
M128 (wireless wall control box)
Radio frequency 433.92 MHz, FSK
Cautions
Never attempt to switch negative or ac voltages. Do not
connect ac or negative voltages to either of the outputs.
Do not exceed the voltage or power ratings of the outputs. If
necessary use a relay receiver (Merlin M532) or add a relay
between the output of this board and the input to the device
under control.
If switching a relay: add a flywheel diode across the input coil
of the relay.
Rev 3, May 02
Remote Transmitter Learning (RTL)
If enabled then you can use an existing learned transmitter to
place the receiver into learn mode. It is not possible to delete
transmitters from memory using this feature.
To enable or disable RTL, remove power from the board, then
reapply the power whilst holding the learn button down for
three seconds. The LED cadence will change from ‘single flash
with pause’ (disabled) to ‘double-flash with pause’ (enabled).
To learn a transmitter remotely, press and hold both the north
and south buttons of an existing learned transmitter together,
release them after 2 – 3 s. Within 5 s press the button that
normally controls the opener you want to learn a transmitter
into. Now the receiver or opener is in learn mode. It is ready to
learn the next transmitter it detects.
Deleting remotes
•
•
•
•
•
Press and hold the Learn button for more than 11 s
The LED will flash fast as a warning
After five seconds the LED will flash at twice the rate
After 11 seconds all the transmitters stored in the card’s
memory will have been deleted
Normal LED heartbeat resumes
LED flashes
off = no power, or in learn mode
one brief flash per second = OK
two brief flashes per second = OK, in RTL mode
one long flash per second = receiving a Merlin transmitter
four flashes per second = preparing to delete all memory
eight flashes per second = about to delete all memory
fast flicker during learning = a txr button has been recognised
(press a txr button again to complete learning)
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433 MHz RF products
M532A single-channel cased receiver
The M532A is a single channel, low voltage, signal contact relay output receiver. It is supplied in a hard plastic case for ease of
attaching close to whatever it may be controlling. The case is designed for interior use only. Exterior buttons are built into the case for a
manual pushbutton control and for ease of transmitter learning. An LED provides diagnostic feedback and confirms receiver status.
The wide input voltage range makes the receiver suitable for a variety of applications. It can be used to control simple alarm systems,
most brands of garage door or gate opener or to drive other relays / contactors within the M532A specifications. An independent plug
pack may be used if the controlled device does not supply the required power.
The M532A may be used to upgrade older garage door openers to the 433RF radio in order to get added security, compatibility with
new accessories or to replace radio equipment that is no longer legal to sell. Included are spade connectors for ease of connecting directly to older Merlin openers.
A wire antenna is soldered directly to the receiver (not shown in drawing )
(approx 1/2 scale)
Specifications
•
Receiver type
Super heterodyne, SAW filter on RF front end
433.92 MHz, FM - FSK
•
Approvals
Australia NZ & UK
•
Outputs
1; via signal relay contact (SPNO)
•
Dimensions
45 x 135 x 23h
•
Max switching load
1 Amp @ 30V ac/dc
•
Input voltage
12 -24 Vac/ dc nominal
9 -28V ac min / max
9 - 40V dc min / max
•
Power usage
30 - 50mA
•
Momentary / toggle
Select by bridging link. ( factory set on “mom” with link off)
•
Learns up to
20 code hopping or unlimited fixed code devices that use the same code setting
•
Compatible with
M842,M844 mini remotes
M832,M834,M832F, M834F,M832C & M834C standard remotes
M840 wireless keypad
M128 wireless wall control box
•
Operating range
Typically 50 - 100 meters
(range may vary subject to receiver location)
•
Merlin radio upgrade adapter harness
BDR2 1111 (5 pin) model 1000 transmitter (1986 - 1987)
BDR2 1112 (8 pin) model 2000-2200 transmitter (1988-1995) (1988—1990)
BDR21112 (8 pin) model 2000,2200,2100 & M800 transmitters (1987 - 1996 ) approx
Rev 2, May 02
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Installation Instructions
M532A add-on receiver
The M532A Add-On Receiver is used for on-off control of other
devices from Merlin code-hopping or fixed code remote
controls. These remotes generally have green buttons.
The receiver can learn up to twenty remote controls, either
code-hopping or fixed code.
Deleting all remotes from memory
•
Press and hold the small learn button on the receiver for
eleven seconds.
You must use multiple receivers to control multiple devices.
It accepts plug-on pre-wired looms for pre-95 Merlin openers,
some gate openers and for general purposes.
Specifications:
The relay output can switch 1A at 30 V. It is not rated for
switching mains voltages or heavier currents.
Input voltage
12 – 24 V ac/dc nominal
9 – 40 V dc maximum
9 – 28 V ac maximum
Input current
30 mA standby
50 mA active (relay on)
Connecting it
If connecting to a Merlin door opener from 1995 onwards then
connect it using the factory fitted spade terminals – they line
up with the accessory terminals on the outside of the opener
casing.
If you are not able to connect with these terminals then open
the receiver’s enclosure and remove and discard them.
If connecting to earlier model Merlin door openers or some
gate openers then it will be easier to use a pre-wired plug-on
adapter loom. See below for the correct loom.
If connecting to anything else then:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Open the receiver enclosure
Remove the factory fitted spade terminals and discard
them
Attach the manual control wires (that turn the controlled
device on or off) from the controlled device to the NO and
C relay output terminals on the receiver
Attach a power supply to the input terminals of the receiver
Replace the enclosure over the board
Run the aerial wire out straight and horizontal for best
performance
Apply power to the receiver
Output contacts Normally Open contacts
30 V 1 A maximum resistive load
Not suitable for direct switching of inductive
loads such as motors or fluorescent lighting
Output mode
Momentary standard; Toggling optional by
setting a jumper on the circuit board
Radio frequency 433.92 MHz
Suits remotes
M832; M834, M842, M844, M832C,
M834C, M832F, M834F, M128, M840
Memory
Learns 20 remotes; then overwrites last
Aerial type
20-cm wire is fitted (this should be horizontal
and straight for best results)
Dimensions
45 w x 135 l x 22.5 h
Button colour
Green
Pre-wired adapter
looms fit here
Using an optional pre-wired plug-on
adapter loom
First remove and discard the factory fitted spade terminals.
For GDO boards that suit the Merlin 1000 red button remote:
Use the red 5-way loom (Part No. BDR2 1111)
For GDO boards that suit the Merlin 2000 (white rectangular
button), 2100 (red round button), 2200 (red rectangular button)
remotes: Use the blue 8-way loom (Part No. BDR2 1112)
For gate openers:
Use the multi-coloured 6-way loom (Part No. BDR2 1113)
Relay output to
controlled device
(- or ac)
merlin
(+ or ac)
Test button to
operate relay
Output Mode Jumper
(Toggling when fitted)
Learn button to learn
remotes
Aerial wire
Teaching it a remote control
•
Press the small learn button on the receiver for 1-2
seconds.
• Press the desired remote button twice.
After teaching twenty remotes the most recently learned
remote will be over-written.
Rev 5, May 02
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433 MHz RF products
Glossary of terms
Radio
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Telecommand
Commands such as on/off or up/down or lock/unlock sent from some distance away, often by radio. Radio is wireless and, unlike infra-red, is not restricted by light conditions and line of sight.
•
Low Power Devices
Telecommand products are legally restricted to use certain frequencies and limited maximum power
levels. These vary from country to country, but in all cases the allowable power output levels are very low, the ‘spurious omission’ levels on other frequencies must be minimal and the products must accept interference from other users. Interference can
be minimised by good design, but there is no escape from using shared frequencies at very low power levels.
•
Interference
normal operation.
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Operating range
Typical maximum distance at which the remote can still operate the receiver. Varies with local
topography, presence of other devices sharing the radio frequency in use (wireless alarms, monitors, headphones). Presence of
interfering devices (PCs, cable modems, switch mode power supplies). The antenna type, installation and location also has a
major impact on actual operating range.
Another radio transmission at or near the same frequency,possibly at higher power, blocking or affecting
Radio design
•
Super-heterodyne
A more complex and costly design of receiver that results in better performance and which more easily
complies with regulations limiting spurious emissions. Superior to the super-regenerative designs common in lower cost car
alarms and keyless systems from the US or SE Asia. Super-regenerative designs are unlikely to meet current laws in many
countries.
•
SAW filtered
Additiional filtering added to reduce interference from strong signals at nearby frequencies. Adds
significant cost but results in better performance, especially in built up areas.
•
Sensitivity
Ability to pick up a weaker signal.
•
Selectivity
Ability to pick up only the signal of interest, rejecting nearby signals that would otherwise interfere.
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FM - FSK
The method used to send data by radio. FSK is FM radio used for sending digital data. ASK is AM radio
used for sending digital data. FSK gives better performance than ASK, but costs more to make well. Merlin uses FSK.
•
MCX
A type of co-axial connector that is very compact. Coaxial connectors have low signal losses. Allows
aerial extension cables to give the maximum benefit. More costly than alternatives such as screw terminals and TV aerial connectors , but easier to use and far more effective. ( Screw terminals can lose more signal than an external antenna can gain).
•
External aerial
An effective way of moving the receiving aerial away from sources of interference or obstruction. Only
work when cables and connectors are matched. Can improve further when mounted with an appropriate ‘ground plane’.
•
Ground plane
point.
Fitted at the base of an external aerial. Improves the performance by acting as anelectrical reference
Keypad
PIN
“code hopping” code.
Personal Identification Number, a 4 digit code required to authorize the output channel to transmit the
On Time
The time the output channel on the keypad is able to be activated simply by pressing the channel code.
This is often set to 5—10 seconds on door openers so the door can be stopped or reversed easily in an emergency. Secure systems however will set a ’0’ on time.
Command
•
Coded signals
The remote sends a code which the receiver recognises. This code can be the same every time, (fixed
code) or different every time (code hopping)
•
Fixed code
Every coded signal is the same. Good for lower level security. Good for multiple users needing access
to one device ( say a gate on a community). Easy for the users to change by moving code-switches. Merlin has 12 bit fixed
code on fixed code transmitters. Fixed code transmissions can theoretically be intercepted, recorded and replaced by ‘code
grabbers’. Also, it is theoretically possible to develop a means of transmitting all of the possible fixed code combinations with a
‘scanner’ until the correct code is discovered. Merlin fixed code systems have simple devices to make unauthorized access
more difficult.
•
Code hopping
Every coded signal is different from any previous signal, and is encrypted. The remote control and the
receiver both know the formula used to generate new codes, they both know the secret key (unique to Merlin products) and are
synchronised during installation so that the receiver knows what to expect from the remote control. Merlin has 67- bit hopping
codes, with 32-bit encryption. This results in over 148 million trillion possible codes, and the code that is sent is selected freshly
each time from over 4.2 billion codes. In practice it is extremely unlikely a transmitter will ever send the same code twice or that
the code can be predicted by unauthorised means.
Code hopping was developed for car alarms to foil thieves of luxury vehicles.
•
Encryption
A method of scrambling the coded signal, such that it is extremely difficult to decipher by anyone who is
not authorised to gain access. Many methods exist, many levels are available. Merlin uses 32-bit public key / private key
encryption.
Rev 2, May 02
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433 MHz RF products
Glossary of terms
Electrical
•
Open collector output. Loads are switched on and off by a transistor. Offers lower cost, smaller size and lower operating
current than a relay, but must be connected carefully.Can not switch ac or negative voltages. Good for solar powered
applications.
•
Signal relay output
Loads are switched on and off by a small relay. This results in a cleaner, more precise “on” or “off”
instruction. Offers more flexibility in connecting to difficult loads. Costs more, takes more space, requires more power to
operate so less suitable for solar or battery powered applications.
•
Power relay output
Loads are switched by a relay rated for mains voltages and relatively high currents. Bigger and more
costly than signal relays. Can require more power to operate in some situations.
•
Resistive loads
For example: incandescent lamps, other controllers such as alarm panels or gate openers. Relay
contacts are happy to switch these without added protection.
•
Inductive loads
For example: electric motors, fluorescent lamps or relay coils. Relay contacts and open collector
outputs usually require protection from surges (back EMF) that result when switching these loads off.
•
SPNO
Single Pole Normally Open relay contacts. When the power is off the contacts are open. When the
power is on and the relay activated the contacts close.
•
SPCO
Single Pole Change Over relay contacts. When the relay is active, the contacts change over from
open to closed. Connections are offered such that the relay can be connected as normally open, or as normally closed.
•
Toggling output
With each command the output changes from open to closed, and stays open or closed until the
next command ‘toggles’ it into the other state. Usually selected by adding or removing a jumper from the circuit board. Also
called ‘latching’.
•
Momentary output
With each command the output is only ‘on’ for as long as the command is sent. A brief command will
result in a ‘momentary’ output. (More correctly this is a ‘hold’ output. A true ‘momentary’ output is one where the output is on
for a defined short period, no matter how long the command is sent for).
Rev 2, May 02
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433 MHz RF products
Warranty
Merlin Garage Openers Ltd warrants to the original purchaser ( “the buyer” ) that Merlin manufactured M433RFseries products sold
under this warranty shall be free of defects for a period of 24 months from date of purchase.
Accordingly, if any of the Merlin product fails due to defects in materials or workmanship within the warranty period Merlin Garage
Openers will, provided the defective part is returned freight & insurance pre-paid to the address listed in this catalogue, undertake to
repair or at its option, replace any part or Unit and return it to the buyer at no cost. Repairs and replacement parts are warranted for the
remaining portion of the original warranty period.
Limitations to warranty
1. Batteries are expressly excluded
2. Radio interference. Merlin Garage Openers Ltd will not be liable for any claims where radio interference is deemed to be the cause
of the equipment not operating as a result of interference by other, electromagnetic, electronic or mechanical control devices.
3. Incorrect Installation. Incorrect installation, improper antenna installation or use,of the “product“ outside the parameters and
specifications of the “product”
4. Where the defect is due to: conditions other than normal domestic use, or dirt, misuse, neglect, fire, accident, electrical storm, intrusion of insects or act of God
5. The liability of the distributor for any loss or damage or injury arising directly or indirectly from any defects in the goods supplied is
limited to the replacement or repair of such goods supplied by Merlin or to damages not exceeding the invoice value of the M433RF series goods (excluding the value of the device to which the radio products are attached) at the option of Merlin Garage Openers Ltd
6. Consequential Damages. Merlin Garage Openers Limited warranty is limited to the M433RF series radio products. The liability does
not extend to the device (e.g. Gate opener; alarm system or light) to which the radio product is attached.
Future Modifications
Merlin Garage Openers Ltd may modify any existing or future model without the obligation to incorporate these modifications into
existing models already manufactured to which this warranty applies.
General
This warranty is the only warranty made by Merlin Garage Openers ltd. All other warranties, representations and conditions of any kind,
express or implied, are hereby excluded. Nothing in this warranty is intended to have the effect of contracting out of the Consumer
Guarantees Act (1993) except to the extent provided by that Act and all provisions of this warranty shall be read and modified to the
extent necessary to give effect to that intention. This warranty does not deprive the Buyer of any rights conferred upon them by any
applicable law or staute in their country of purchase.
Proof of purchase may be required making a claim under warranty. In the event that the buyer is unable to provide adequate proof of
purchase, the date of warranty will apply from date of shipment from the Distributor to the Reseller
New Zealand
Australia
United Kingdom
Merlin Garage Openers Ltd
Merlin Garage Openers Pty Ltd
Merlin Remote Control Openers Ltd
PO Box 100-221
(ABN 67 007 264 119 )
PO Box 203
NSMC
PO Box 286, Camberfield
Goldthorpe, Rotherham,
Auckland, 1330
Victoria, 3061
South Yorkshire S63 9BL
Phone
09 4154 393
Phone
03 9357 9011
Fax
09 4154 394
Fax
03 9357 0977
England
Email: [email protected]merlin.co.nz
Rev 2, May 02
Email: [email protected]
Phone 01709 514 533
Fax
01709 514 534
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PRODUCT
INFORMATION
Remon Receiver
Cat REXL770T
Specifications: (at 25°C)
Supply voltage
230-240V ac
Frequency
50Hz
Max. Load
2400W (incandescent)
Max current
10A (incandescent)
1900VA (fluorescent)
8A (fluorescent)
Connection Type
3 wire (neutral required)
Contact Status
Normally open
Operating Temperature Range
0 to +50°C
Factory setting
Toggle; Normally Off
APPLICATION
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Time Delay Programming
1. Write down the 5 digit programming sequence (T1 T2
U M O) based on the table and examples overleaf.
2. Press PROGRAM and hold 1second until green LED
flashes.
3. Keep PROGRAM pressed and also press OPERATE.
The REXL770T is a Remote Controlled Switch and
Programmable Time Delay in one unit. This unit can be
used as a manually operated switch, optionally with a
timed or a cycling output, with a wired remote switch, or
with wireless remote switches when used in conjunction
with the RE770/1 and RE200/2RC transmitters.
The maximum load is 2400VA, and it is suitable for the
control of most 10A rated circuits.
The Remon ( REXL770T, RE770/1 and RE200/2RC
Series) remote transmitters and receiver system use
coded radio signals. This allows them to operate through
walls, over larger distances and with high security. This
system is compatible with Merlin code hopping 433 MHz
products so you can operate your lighting from the remote
control supplied in your Merlin garage door or gate
opener.
4. Release PROGRAM with OPERATE still pressed.
5. All LEDs go off, now in timer program mode.
6. Press PROGRAM the number of times corresponding
to the value of each of the 5 digits. Press operate after
completing each digit. Wait for the Red LED to finish
flashing before pressing either PROGRAM or
OPERATE again.
Note: If you make a mistake during programming, wait
20 seconds for the timer to return to standby mode.
Refer to table overleaf for Program Mode
Learning Transmitters
For the RE770/1 and RE200/2RC Series Transmitters
1. Press PROGRAM and hold 1second until green
receiver LED flashes.
Fig. 1.
2. Release PROGRAM and all LEDs go out.
3. Press desired Transmitter button and hold 1second
until the green receiver LED flickers. Release.
REXL770T
Fig. 1 Wiring diagram for incandescent and fluorescent
loads.
IMPORTANT FOR INSTALLATION - PLEASE READ
4. Press desired Transmitter button again and hold 1
second until the green receiver LED flickers. Release.
5. Transmitter is now learned.
Note: Up to 6 transmitters can be learned. After that the
sixth one will always be overwritten.
1. The maximum recommended length of the control wire
to remote push button is 100m.
Deleting Transmitters and Restoring factory settings
2. Power factor correction capacitors can be connected
downstream of REXL770T Series contacts.
2. The green LED will flash slowly for approximately 5
seconds. The LED will then flash rapidly for a further 5
seconds. Then it will stop flashing
3. When replacing a standard light switch, the wall cavity
may be too small to fit the unit. This may be rectified by
enlarging the cavity, or if preferred, HPM's Cat. 140
mounting block may be used to surface mount the unit.
3. Transmitters will have all been deleted and the factory
setting will be restored.
1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button for 11seconds.
WARNING: Do not megger test. Megger testing may damage unit.
PRODUCT
INFORMATION
Options
No. of Red
LED Flashes
Actual
Actual
(No. of PROGRAM Button presses)
T1T2 Timer
value (2 digits)
00: Unchanged
01-99
U = Units
Turn-off or Restart mode
0: Unchanged
1: Seconds
2: Minutes
3: Hours
Cycle mode only
0: Unchanged
1: seconds, off-time 15s
2: seconds, off-time 1 min
3: seconds, off-time 5min
4: seconds, off-time 15m
5: minutes, off-time 1hr
6: minutes, off-time 4hr
7: minutes, off-time 12hr
8: minutes, off-time 24hr
0: Unchanged
1: Turn-off
M = Mode of
Operation
O = Output type
(factory setting = 2)
In turn-off or restart modes, press PROGRAM according
to the desired timer units.
Actual
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Actual
1
(factory setting = 2)
In cycle mode, press PROGRAM according to the
desired timer units and off-time period as per the table.
2
3: Toggle
3
4: Hold
4
5: Cycle
5
Actual
1
2
ExEXAMPLES FOR PROGRAMMING
Remember - write the sequence down first:
M:_____
T1:_____ T2:_____ U:_____
(factory setting = 05)
Red LED flashes 01-99 times at 0.4 seconds per flash.
Must wait for flashing to finish before entering next value.
Actual
1
2
3
2: Restart
0: Unchanged
1: Normally off
2: Normally on
Description
O:_____
1. To program a timer for 90 seconds, in turn-off mode,
where the output is normally off, the programming
sequence is 90111 and would be entered as:
a) 9 x program followed by operate; red LED stays off
b) 0 x program followed by operate; red LED flashes 90
times (T1T2 = 90); wait for flashing to finish
c) 1 x program followed by operate; red LED flashes 1
time (Units = seconds); wait for flashing to finish
d) 1 x program followed by operate; red LED flashes 1
time (Mode = turn-off); wait for flashing to finish
e) 1 x program followed by operate; red LED flashes 1
time (Output = normally-off)
f) programming is complete; green LED comes on
2. To program a timer for 4 hours, in restart mode, where the
output is normally off, the programming sequence is
04321 and would be entered as:
a) 0 x program followed by operate; red LED stays off
b) 4 x program followed by operate; red LED flashes 04
times (T1T2 = 90); wait for flashing to finish
c) 3 x program followed by operate; red LED flashes 3
times (Units = hours); wait for flashing to finish
(factory setting = 3)
Output ON when button is pushed;timer starts when button
is released;output OFF when timer stops or;output OFF
if button is pushed again.
Output ON when button is pushed;timer starts when button
is released;output OFF when timer stops or; timer restarts
if button is pushed again.
Output ON when button is pushed;no change when button
is released;output OFF if button is pushed again.No
timer.
Output ON when button is pushed;output OFF when button
is released.No timer.
Output ON when button is pushed;cycle restarts when
button is released;output OFF when timer stops;output
ON when off-time stops.
(factory setting = 1)
Output ON and OFF as described above.
Output ON and OFF descriptions reversed.
d) 2 x program followed by operate; red LED flashes 2
times (Mode = restart); wait for flashing to finish)
e) 1 x program followed by operate; red LED flashes 1
time (Output = normally-off)
f) programming is complete; green LED comes on
Warranty
HPM Cat REXL770T is warranted as here and after appears,
against faulty material and/or workmanship for a period of
one year from date of purchase.
The obligation of the manufacturer, under this warranty, is
limited to servicing and replacing defective parts when the
unit is returned to HPM NZ Limited, or the distributors in your
region, freight pre-paid.
This warranty becomes void on any unit which has been tampered with or damaged by accident, short circuited, loaded
beyond rating or damaged otherwise by improper operation.
The warranty is also conditional on the unit being installed by
a licensed electrical contractor.
All other warranties, whether expressed or implied, and
whether arising by operation of law or otherwise are hereby
excluded.
HPM NZ Limited
NOTE: Switches and powerpoints and other fixed wired
products should be installed by a licensed electrical contractor
or similarly qualified person
HPM NZ Limited
www.hpm.co.nz
011101/3/1
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PRODUCT
INFORMATION
Merlin Key Fob Transmitter
Cat RE200/2RC
Specifications:
Radio Frequency
433.92MHz FM - FSK
Batteries
2 x CR2025 (3V button cells)
Battery Life
Approximately 2 years
domestic use
APPLICATION
The RE200/2RC Merlin Key - Fob transmitter is compatible with the REXL770T Remon Receiver.
This transmitter allows you to activate the 10A circuit that
the REXL770T Receiver operates remotely.
The silicone membrane and ultrasonically welded case
make the transmitter rugged and splash resistant. The
concave soft-touch push buttons are easy to press yet
resist accidental operation. The LED confirms signal
transmission and provides a low battery warning.
Average battery life is approximately 2 years, and there is
an inbuilt automatic shut down in the event of a transmitter being accidently jammed on.
The key-fob comes complete with a wall mounting bracket. This can be fixed to any wall for easy placement of
transmitter and keys.
The Remon system ( REXL770T, RE770/1 and
RE200/2RC Series) remote switches use coded radio signals. This allows them to operate through walls, over larger distances and with high security.
This system is compatible with Merlin code hopping 433
MHz products so you can operate your lighting from the
remote control supplied in your Merlin garage door or
gate opener.
The typical maximum operating range is 50 metres.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Learning Transmitters
For the RE770/1 and RE200/2RC Series
1. Press PROGRAM on REXL770T Receiver and hold
1s until green LED flashes.
2. Release PROGRAM and all LEDs go out.
4. Press desired Transmitter button again and hold 1s
until the green receiver LED flickers. Release.
5. Transmitter is now learned.
Note: Up to 6 transmitters can be learned. After that the
sixth one will always be overwritten.
Deleting Transmitters and Restoring factory settings
1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button on the
REXL770T Remon Receiver.
2. The green receiver LED will flash slowly for approximately 5 seconds. The LED will then flash rapidly for a
further 5 seconds. Then it will stop flashing
3. Transmitters have all been deleted and the factory
setting will be restored.
NOTE: If the key-fob has been pressed or used more
than 32 times out of range of a known receiver, press
the appropriate remote button twice when in range.
Normal operation will resume.
Warranty
HPM Cat REXL770T is warranted as here and after appears,
against faulty material and/or workmanship for a period of
one year from date of purchase.
The obligation of the manufacturer, under this warranty, is
limited to servicing and replacing defective parts when the
unit is returned to HPM NZ Limited, or the distributors in your
region, freight pre-paid.
This warranty becomes void on any unit which has been tampered with or damaged by accident, short circuited, loaded
beyond rating or damaged otherwise by improper operation.
The warranty is also conditional on the unit being installed by
a licensed electrical contractor.
All other warranties, whether expressed or implied, and
whether arising by operation of law or otherwise are hereby
excluded.
HPM NZ Limited
HPM NZ Limited
www.hpm.co.nz
011101/3/3
3. Press desired Transmitter button and hold 1s until the
green receiver LED flickers. Release.
PRODUCT
INFORMATION
Remon Wireless Wall Switch
Transmitter
Cat RE770/1
Specifications:
Radio Frequency
433.92MHz FM - FSK
Batteries
2 x CR2025 (3V button cells)
Battery Life
Approximately 2 years
domestic use
APPLICATION
Deleting Transmitters and Restoring factory settings
The RE770/1 Wireless Wall switch transmitter is compatible with the REMON REXL770T Receiver.
1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button on the
REXL770T Remon Receiver.
The RE770/1 is designed specifically for interior use. As a
permanent fixture (mounted on the wall with velcro,
screws etc) this wireless transmitter can operate the 10A
circuit that the Remon Receiver REXL770T is wired to.
2. The green receiver LED will flash slowly for approximately 5 seconds. The LED will then flash rapidly for a
further 5 seconds. Then it will stop flashing
It is designed to fit over any standard electrical flush box
or surface mount onto a wall. The LED confirms signal
transmission and provides a low battery warning.
The Remon system ( REXL770T, RE770/1 and
RE200/2RC Series) remote switches use coded radio signals. This allows them to operate through walls, over larger distances and with high security. This system is compatible with Merlin code hopping 433 MHz products so
you can operate your lighting from the remote control
supplied in your Merlin garage door or gate opener.
The typical maximum operating range is 30 metres.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Learning Transmitters
For the RE770/1 and RE200/2RC Series
1. Press PROGRAM on REXL770T Receiver and hold
1s until green LED flashes.
2. Release PROGRAM and all LEDs go out.
3. Press desired Transmitter button and hold 1s until the
green receiver LED flickers. Release.
3. Transmitters have all been deleted and the factory
setting will be restored.
NOTE: If the Wireless Wall Switch has been pressed or
used more than 32 times out of range of a known
receiver, press the appropriate remote button twice
when in range. Normal operation will resume.
Warranty
HPM Cat RE770/1 is warranted as here and after
appears, against faulty material and/or workmanship
for a period of one year from date of purchase.
The obligation of the manufacturer, under this warranty, is limited to servicing and replacing defective parts
when the unit is returned to HPM NZ Limited, or the
distributors in your region, freight pre-paid.
This warranty becomes void on any unit which has
been tampered with or damaged by accident, short
circuited, loaded beyond rating or damaged otherwise
by improper operation.
The warranty is also conditional on the unit being
installed by a licensed electrical contractor.
All other warranties, whether expressed or implied,
and whether arising by operation of law or otherwise
are hereby excluded.
HPM NZ Limited
4. Press desired Transmitter button again and hold 1s
until the green receiver LED flickers. Release.
Note: Up to 6 transmitters can be learned. After that the
sixth one will always be overwritten.
HPM NZ Limited
www.hpm.co.nz
011101/3/2
5. Transmitter is now learned.
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