V. 003 - Rolling Center
V. 003
Radiocomando
FLOR and
Radiocommande Funksteuerung
serie FLOR e
VERY Radio
série FLOR et
Serie FLOR
VERY
control series,
VERY
und VERY
ricevitori
modular
récepteurs
Modulare
modulari
receivers
modulaires
Empfänger
FLOXMR
FLOXMR
FLOXMR
FLOXMR
FLOXM220R
FLOXM220R
FLOXM220R
FLOXM220R
Manuale di
istruzioni per
l’installazione
Installation
instruction
manual
Manuel
d’instructions
pour l’installation
Installationsanleitungen
Radiocontrol
serie FLOR y
VERY
receptores
modulares
FLOXMR
FLOXM220R
Manual de
instrucciones
para la instalación
English
INTRODUCTION
When a radio control system is used the transmitter sends a “signal” to the receiver that, if recognised
as valid, activates the output relays.
In view of the fact that a transmitter should activate only its own receiver and not that of your
neighbour, you have to codify the signal sent which means that each receiver will recognise its own
signal and not others that might be similar.
In traditional systems the code can be selected by means of a set of microswitches in the transmitter
(offering only a few thousand combinations) or it can be programmed directly during production (in
this case you have a few million different code numbers available); however, the code number is
fixed which means that each time it is transmitted the same signal is sent.
The fact that the code is sent by radio and that it is always the same does, unfortunately, offer the
possibility to people who are up to no good to receive (even at a distance) and record the signal
which they can then use as the “key” to open your door.
The “FLOR” system uses a principle that makes your radio control extremely safe.
A technique called “Rolling Code” is used that changes a part of the code each time it is transmitted
following a predefined sequence; the code is masked with appropriate mathematical functions so
there is no logical connection between two consecutive codes. The receiver is always synchronised
with the transmitter so it will accept only the programmed code sequence. It is completely useless to
try and copy the signal transmitted with this system because once the code has been “used” the
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receiver will only recognise the next one.
From what we have described here it appears essential to keep the code sent by the transmitter and
the receiver perfectly synchronised but this is not completely true because there is a code window
that lets the receiver accept, in sequence, the next code plus a certain number of subsequent codes
without ever accepting a code that has already been used!
Even if you exit from the code window, the receiver is designed to re-synchronise itself automatically:
when it receives the first code there will be no activation but only storage of the code sent; when the
next signal is sent it will be synchronised and activate the outputs. Automatic re-synchronisation is of
course possible only if the codes are received following the established sequence.
DESCRIPTION
The “FLOR” system comprises:
• 1, 2 or 4 channel transmitters (FLO1R, FLO2R, FLO4R) and 2 channel (VR of the VERY series)
• Modular receivers (FLOXMR, FLOXM220R)
• Receivers with a terminal connection, 1 or 2 channels (FLOX1R, FLOX2R, FLOXB2R)
• Receivers with plug in connections, 1 or 2 channels (FLOXIR, FLOXI2R)
• Memory card that contains the codes (BM60, BM250, BM1000 - 15, 63 or 255 codes maximum
respectively)
• Aerial (ABF - ABFKIT)
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INSTALLATION
Transmitters:
The transmitters are ready to use, each with their own code number set during construction. To see
if they are working properly simply press one of the keys and check that the red LED is flashing which
indicates transmission.
The transmitter has a device built into it that controls battery state: press one of the keys and if the
battery is fully charged, the LED will give an initial pulse followed immediately by the transmission
signal. If the battery is partly flat the
Fig. 1
LED will give the first pulse and start
transmitting only after half a second.
In this case we advise you change the
battery as soon as possible.
On the other hand, if the battery is
completely flat the LED will flash at
half-second
intervals
without
transmitting and the battery must be
changed immediately.
LED
LED
KEY 1
KEY 2
KEY 3
KEY 4
KEY 1
KEY 2
VERY
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FLO1R
FLO2R
FLO4R
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Selecting the channel on the transmitter:
It is possible to modify the key-channel connection on the FLOR1 and FLOR2 versions.
For key 1, simply cut the track that linked it to the 1st channel, as shown in Fig. 1A, and connect one
of the other pads on the right with a drop of solder to link it to the 2nd, 3rd or 4th channel. Do exactly
the same for the 2nd key, as shown in Fig. 1B. On VR the transmitters in the VERY series, the
key/channel association cannot be modified.
WELDING
SIDE
Fig. 1B
Fig. 1A
1st channel
2nd channel
3rd channel
4th channel
cut
4th channel
3rd channel
2nd channel
1st channel
1ST KEY
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cut
2ND KEY
FLOXMR = 12 - 24 Vcc/ca
1.
CH.1
CH.1
CH.1
CH.1
Modular receivers
Modular receivers, with 12-24 Vac-dc (FLOXMR or 220 Vac (FLOXM220R) power, will let you control
up to 4 channels, also simultaneously, and to manage up to 1020 code numbers. Wire up following
this sequence:
1-2: POWER: from 10 to 28 Vac-dc
(FLOXMR) with jumper. 220 Vac
(FLOXM220R).
3-4: 1st RELAYOUTPUT: free
contact of a normally open relay.
Fig. 2
5-6: 2nd RELAY OUTPUT: free
contact of a normally open relay.
7-8: 3rd RELAY OUTPUT:
18 - 28 V
free contact of a normally open
10 - 18 V
relay.
(FLOXMR only)
9-10: 4th RELAY OUTPUT:
free contact of a normally open
3 4 5 6 7 8
relay.
1-2: AERIAL:
aerial signal input.
FLOXM220R = 220Vac
2.
3.
4.
OUTPUTS
AERIAL
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Memory card
Each transmitter has its own code number (selected from more than 250 million) that distinguishes it
from all other remote controls. The receiver can receive all the codes but is activated only if that
particular code is on the list of “authorised” code numbers on the memory card.
The receivers are supplied with a BM1000 memory card that can contain a maximum of 255 code
numbers (255 remote controls are the maximum quantity). A BM60 memory card can also be used
with a maximum of 16 code numbers or a
Fig. 3
BM250 with a maximum of 63 code
numbers.
4°
Other memory cards can be plugged in if
3°
required up to a maximum of 4 and,
2°
hence, a total of 1020 code numbers. The
cards must be plugged-in in order, from
the 1st to the 4th. The receiver does, in
1°
fact, enter and search codes starting from
the first memory card and then goes on to
the second if necessary, and so on. If a
memory card is not completely full or is
completely missing, the subsequent
memory cards are disregarded.
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The memory cards must always be of the same type.
When the receiver is turned on it displays the type of memory card being used. If it is a BM60, the
LED will flash briefly. If it is a BM250 the LED will flash twice while if it is an BM1000 the LED will
flash three times.
All the codes are stored in the memory, so when maximum security is required the code learning
function must be disabled (this can also be done remotely). After the code numbers of the remote
controls being used have been entered, break the track indicated by an arrow (Fig. 4). If, later on,
you wish to enter other code numbers, join the two pads with a dot of solder (Fig. 5)
ATTENTION!!: Turn the receiver off before pulling out or plugging in a memory card
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
CUT
JOIN
051A LS
051A LS
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This is a “hardware” type of disabling function, very simple to do but, consequently, very easy GB
to undo by an intruder.
There is also another type of disabling function, a “software” type, more difficult to manage but
extremely secure in that only a previously authorised remote control can be used to restore it (see
activating/deactivating the 2nd disabling function).
Still on the subject of safety, there is another even more secure type of disabling function, which is
controlled by a “PASSWORD”. Only a portable accessory BUPC manages this function.
ADJUSTMENTS AND SETTINGS
Selection of the relays on the channels
Each receiver can recognise all 4 transmitter channels, also simultaneously.
Association of the channel to the relay is fixed and depends on the relay’s position. Different types of
relay modules can be plugged into the connectors which differ in the kind of function they perform.
In the normal functioning mode the relay in output is a temporary type, that is, it is energised a few
seconds after the transmitter key has been pressed (delay due to code recognition time) and it deenergises 300mS after the key has been released.
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Contact in output
The outputs in relay modules are controlled by a free, normally open contact (a contact free from
other connections). If a normally closed type of contact is required:
• Cut the “NO” part of the track (Fig. 6).
Fig. 6
CUT
JOIN
• Join the “NC” pads with a spot of solder
(Fig. 6)
TIMER RELAY MODULE
MXT
CUT
JOIN
STANDARD RELAY
MODULE
MXD
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Available relay versions:
MXD = The module has a standard
relay that remains active all the
while the command signal persists
MXT = The module has a relay with
a Timer function. Once activated it
will remain active for a time that can
be regulated from between 3 to
about 300 seconds.
MXP = This module has a Step-bystep type relay. Each command
signal changes relay state, from not
active to active and vice versa.
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Special functions
As described above, relay modules can be mounted with special functions in addition to the standard
ones. The receiver is able to manage these special functions completely without using special relay
modules. By plugging in normal MXD type modules and activating the receiver’s special functions
you will be able to have:
1) Step-by-step function
The relay is activated when the transmitter key is pressed and remains energised after it has been
released; the relay will be deactivated when the key is pressed again.
2) Timer function:
The relay is activated when the transmitter key is pressed and remains energised until the
programmed time has elapsed. Time counting starts again each time the transmitter key is pressed
and can be terminated early by keeping the key pressed for at least 3 seconds.
3) Anti-theft function:
This is a combined function of outputs 1 and 2; by pressing transmitter key 1 you will have the stepby-step function on channel 1 (suitable for connecting/disconnecting an anti-theft device). On
channel 2, besides normal functioning associated with transmitter key 2, there will be a brief
activation when channel 1 goes from OFF to ON and two short activations when channel 1 goes from
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ON to OFF. This means that a visual or acoustic signal can be connected to channel 2 to signal that
the anti-theft device is connected or disconnected.
The special functions must be activated by means of a small spot of solder (Fig.7) according to the
following table:
No jumper:
all temporary channels
NESSUN
No jumper
PONTICELLO
Jumper 1:
1 step-by-step ...2,3,4 temporary
PONTICELLO
Jumper 1 1
Jumper 2:
1,2 step-by-step ...3,4 temporary
Fig. 7
RICEVITORE
RECEIVER
LATO SALDATURE
WELDING
SIDE
PONTICELLO
Jumper 2 2
PONTICELLO
Jumper 3 3
PONTICELLO
Jumper 4 4
PONTICELLO
Jumper 5 5
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Jumper 3:
1 timer ...2,3,4 temporary
Jumper 4:
1+2 anti-theft ...3,4 temporary
Jumper 5:
all step-by-step channels
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INSTALLING THE AERIAL
The receiver needs an ABF or ABFKIT type aerial to work properly; without an aerial the range is
limited to just a few metres. The aerial must be installed as high as possible; if there are metal or
reinforced concrete structures nearby you can install the aerial on top. If the cable supplied with the
aerial is too short, use a coaxial cable with 52-Ohm impedance (e.g. low dispersion RG58); the cable
must be no longer than 10 m. Connect the centre part (core) to terminal 2 and the shield to terminal
1 (in the relative part). If the aerial is installed where the earth connection is not good (masonry
structures), the shield’s terminal can be connected to earth which will provide a larger range of action.
The earth point must, of course, be in the immediate vicinity and be of good quality. If an ABF or
ABFKIT aerial cannot be installed, you can get quite good results using the length of wire supplied
with the receiver as the aerial, laying it flat and connecting it to terminal 2.
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PROGRAMMING
Each transmitter has its own code number (selected from more than 250 million) that distinguishes it
from all other remote controls. The receiver can receive all the codes but is activated only if that
particular code is on the list of “authorised” codes. A code number can be entered or deleted from
this list by means of a “learning” procedure.
The operator has to press a button on the receiver card to activate the procedure: the operations
are timed so first read all the instructions and then carry out the operations one after the other
without stopping.
A small red LED visually indicates the different steps of the procedure.
This LED is the only way to check the various operations or receiver states. Because there is a lot of
information to display, there are 2 stable states plus a series of flashes with two speeds:
• LED off: normal functioning mode
• LED on: learning procedure in progress
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FAST FLASHING 1/4 second
SLOW FLASHING 1/2 second
No. flashes
1
DESCRIPTION
The code number received is not
among those authorised.
2*
End of learning time without any
result.
3
Learning
successfully
(authorised code number).
4
The code number is already on the
authorised code list.
5
The
6
The list is full (there is no room for
other code numbers).
7
A request has been made to delete a
code number that does not exist.
8
Different code numbers were
received during the learning phase.
9
Password entered.
list
is
empty
(no
finished
No. flashes
1
2
3
When it turns on it means there is a
BM1000 memory card; it then
indicates that the code is not in the
code number window but that it has
been re-synchronised.
4
When it turns on it means there are
code numbers memorised that do not
belong to the Flor version; it then
indicates that the code number is not
in the code number window and resynchronisation is stopped.
5
When it turns on it means that an
error was found in the memory during
reading; it then indicates that the code
is not in the code number window and
re-synchronisation is impossible.
codes) .
* If the 2nd type of disabling function is active, the 2nd flash will be longer than the first
If the 2nd type of disabling function is not active, both flashes will be the same
DESCRIPTION
When it turns on it means there is a
BM60 memory card; it then indicates
that the code number received is a
“copy” while only “original” codes are
valid.
When it turns on it means there is a
BM250 memory card.
Entering a code number (fast way)
This is the quickest way to enter a code number although it is not very safe because while the code
number is being memorised the receiver could receive a signal from another transmitter that is within
its range and memorise it.
You must take this risk into consideration when
Fig. 8
deciding how to enter your code number.
MEMORIES
LED
LED
MEMORIE
CH.1
CH.1
This operation will also let you add the code number
of a new transmitter to the receiver’s memory.
CH.1
CH.1
PUSH PULSANTE
BUTTON
3 4 5 6 7 8
1) Press the key on the receiver and hold it down:
the LED turns on and you must then:
2) Transmit the code number until the LED turns off
pressing any key on the transmitter.
3) Now release the transmitter key:
the LED will turn back on ready for a new operation.
4) Repeat the procedure from point 2 for the other
transmitters.
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Entering a code number (normal way)
This operation too will let you add the code number of a new transmitter to the receiver’s memory.
1) Press the key on the receiver for a moment: the LED will turn on for 5 seconds. Within this time
you must:
2) Transmit the code number until the LED turns off pressing any key on the transmitter.
3) Release the transmitter key and wait a second.
4) Transmit the code to confirm by pressing any key on the transmitter.
The LED will now flash 3 times meaning that the operation was done properly; if this does not
happen, repeat the whole procedure from the beginning. Repeat the whole procedure if you want to
enter a new code number.
Entering a code number (remotely)
To enter the code number of a new remote control without using the receiver key you will need an
authorised remote control (note: the first remote control must always be entered using the receiver
key). Now, with the two remote controls, which we shall call NEW (the one whose code number we
want to enter) and OLD (the authorised one), position yourself in their range of action and then:
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1) Transmit the NEW code number for at least 5 seconds pressing any key on the NEW
transmitter.
And then slowly:
2) Transmit an OLD code number 3 times pressing any key on the OLD transmitter 3 times.
3) Transmit the NEW code number ONCE to confirm pressing any key on the NEW transmitter.
Now the new code number has been entered and you can repeat this procedure immediately with
another remote control.
ATTENTION!! : this operation enters the new code number in all the receivers within the range
of action that recognise the old code number. If there are several receivers nearby with the
old code number, turn the ones off that you do not want to receive the new code number.
DELETING A CODE NUMBER
If you want to delete a code number from the receiver’s memory proceed as follows:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Hold the key down on the receiver (about 3 seconds) when the LED turns off let go of the key.
Transmit the code until the LEDs turn off again pressing any key on the transmitter.
Release the key on the transmitter and wait 1 second.
Transmit the code to confirm pressing any key on the transmitter.
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The LED will now flash once to indicate that the code has been deleted. If this does not
happen repeat the procedure from the beginning.
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DELETING ALL CODE NUMBERS
With this operation all the code numbers stored are deleted (emptying the memory), the 2nd learning
disabling function is also cancelled and TIMER time is set at 3 seconds.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Hold the key down on the receiver, the LED will turn off after 3 seconds.
Release the key during the 3rd following flash.
Wait about 3 seconds.
Press the key as soon as the LED turns back on and release it as soon as it turns off.
The operation may take several seconds depending on memory type. During this phase the LED will
flash quickly followed by 5 slow flashes to indicate that it has been reset and the memory is empty;
if this does not happen repeat the procedure from the beginning.
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CHECKING THE QUANTITY OF CODE NUMBERS STORED
- Press the receiver key TWICE.
- Count the number of flashes that follow: each long flash is a full memory; each short flash is a
code number (example valid for BM1000 memories:
(2 long flashes+10 short ones => 2x255 = 510 plus 10 = 520 code numbers).
If there are a lot of code numbers and you want to stop before getting to the end simply press the
key for 1 second.
VERIFYING THE 2ND LEARNING DISABLING FUNCTION
Press the key on the receiver for a moment and wait for the 2 flashes that indicate time end (about
5 seconds).
- If the 2nd flash lasts longer than the first it means the disabling function is active.
- If the duration of both flashes is the same it means the disabling function is not active.
ACTIVATING THE 2ND LEARNING DISABLING FUNCTION
1) Press the key on the receiver for a moment
2) Wait for the 2 flashes that indicate time end (about 5 seconds)
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3) Press the key during the 2nd flash and release it as soon as the LED turns off.
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2 flashes follow: the 2nd should last longer than the first to indicate that the disabling function is active;
if this does not happen, repeat the procedure from the beginning.
REMOVING THE 2ND LEARNING DISABLING FUNCTION
To remove the learning disabling function you will need an authorised remote control.
1) Press the receiver key for a moment, the LED turns on for 5 seconds within which time you
have to:
2) Transmit the code until the LEDs turn off pressing any key on the transmitter.
3) Release the key on the transmitter and wait 1 second.
4) Transmit the code to confirm pressing any key on the transmitter; the LED will now flash 4 times
meaning that the code is already on the list.
5) Press the key during the 4th flash and let it go as soon as the LED turns off.
Two identical flashes will follow meaning that the disabling state is not active; if this does not happen,
repeat the procedure from the beginning.
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PROGRAMMING TIMER TIME
The TIMER function has to be active (jumper on 3, see Fig. 7) to programme time. Remove the relay
module if you do not want to activate the relays.
1) Press key 1 on the transmitter and hold it down (on an already functioning transmitter) then,
within 3 seconds, you must:
2) Press the receiver key and hold it down
3) Release the transmitter key.
4) Release the receiver key after a time equivalent to the time you wish to programme (2.5 h max.)
The time is now memorised and will not change unless it is programmed again.
N.B. The receiver’s normal operation is inhibited while you are programming timer time (channels are
not active)
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TECHNICAL FEATURES
RECEIVERS:
RECEIVING FREQUENCY:
INPUT IMPEDANCE:
SENSITIVITY:
433.92 MHz controlled with SAW.
52 ohm
greater than 0.5 µV for a correctly received signal
(average range 150-200 m with an ABF - ABFKIT aerial)
FLOXMR
POWER:
from 10 to 28 V direct or alternate
ABSORPTION WHEN NOT WORKING: 15 mA
ABSORPTION OF 1 CHANNEL:
35 mA
FLOXM220R
POWER:
220 Vac + 20%
ABSORPTION WHEN NOT WORKING:2 VA
DECODING:
52-bit digital (4.500.000.000.000.000 combinations)
No. CHANNELS
up to 4.
RELAY CONTACT (MXD, MXT, MXP):
normally open max 0.5A-50 V~
ENERGISING TIME
reception of 2 complete code numbers (200 mS)
DE-ENERGISING TIME:
300 mS from the last valid code number
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WORKING TEMPERATURE
SIZE:
WEIGHT:
-10°C + 55°C
147 x 118 x 52 mm
FLOXM220R approx. 300 g
FLOXMR approx. 200 g
TRANSMITTERS SERIES FLOR:
CARRIER FREQUENCY:
RADIATED POWER:
CODING:
CHANNELS:
POWER:
AVERAGE ABSORPTION:
WORKING TEMPERATURE:
SIZE:
WEIGHT:
APPROVAL:
433.92 MHz controlled by SAW.
100µW
52-bit digital (4.5x1015 total combinations)
1,2 or 4 simultaneously
12 Vdc +20% - 40% with a 23A type battery
25mA
-40°C +85°C
72 x 40 h 18
40g
to I-ETS 300 220 specifications
TRANSMITTERS SERIES VERY:
CARRIER FREQUENCY:
RADIATED POWER:
CODING:
433.92 MHz controlled by SAW.
100µW
52-bit digital (4.5x1015 total combinations)
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CHANNELS:
POWER:
AVERAGE ABSORPTION:
WORKING TEMPERATURE:
SIZE:
APPROVAL:
2 simultaneously
6 Vdc with a type battery litio
10mA
-40 °C +85 °C
65 x 30 h 10 mm.
I-ETS 300 220
MEMORY CARD
No. CODES:
MEMORY TYPE:
MEMORY LIFE:
CODE READING TIME:
SIZE:
WEIGHT:
15 (BM60), 63 (BM250), 255 (BM1000)
EEPROM with serial access
40 years or 1 million changes
2 mS per code
13x11 h9
1g
ACCESSORIES
BUPC:
Code control and programming unit
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TRANSMISORES SERIE VERY
FRECUENCIA PORTANTE:
POTENCIA SUMINISTRADA:
CODIFICACIÓN:
CANALES:
ALIMENTACIÓN:
ABSORCIÓN MEDIA:
TEMPER. FUNCIONAMIENTO:
DIMENSIONES:
HOMOLOGACIÓN:
433.92 Mhz controlada desde SAW.
100µW
digital 52 bit (4.5x1015 combinaciones totales)
2 contemporáneo
6 Vcc con batería tipo litio
10mA
-40°C +85°C
65 x 430 h 10
I-ETS 300 220
TARJETA DE MEMORIA
N° CÓDIGOS:
TIPO MEMORIA:
DURACIÓN MEMORIA:
TIEMPO LECTURA CÓDIGO:
DIMENSIONES:
PESO:
15 (BM60), 63 (BM250), 255 (BM1000)
EEPROM de acceso serial
40 años, o 1 millón de cambios
2 mS por código
13x11 h9
1g
ACCESORIOS
BFUPC:
Unidad de programación y control de los códigos
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3 1 0 4 6 O D E R Z O - T V - I TA LY
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