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Frequency

Type of code

  1. Fixed. The code emitted by the remote control, is always the same. There is no encryption and once the remote control is duplicated, the copy works directly in the receiver.
  2. Rolling. The code emitted by the remote control, changes with each pulse. A copy of the remote control should be made, that way generating the same brand and model but with a different serial number, that will be necessary for registry in the receiver. There are specific instructions for each receiver of either how to register the copy, remotely or directly manipulating the receiver.

Buttons

Auto-Programmable The remote control can be registered in the receiver without the need of the original remote control, as long as radio communication is activated and the memory is not full.

PROCESS:

  1. In front of the receiver keep the JMA remote control pressed during 10 seconds until the red LED goes off (after 4 seconds) and it turns to green (at 10 seconds).
  2. Once the LED is green, release the button and wait for the LED to definitely go off. During the process, the green LED will flash once or several times depending on the code type until finally going off.

If the process does not work, test the standard method using the original remote control or gaining access directly from the receiver.

Copy

No copy

FOR: ERREKA® BARR

  • F 340
  • C FIX CODE
  • B 1,2
  • AP NO
  • BT Slim / M-FR1 / M-NOVA / M-BT / SR-4V
ERREKA® BARR

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FOR: ERREKA® BM

  • F 287
  • C FIX CODE
  • B 1,2
  • AP NO
  • BT Slim / M-FR1 / M-NOVA / M-BT / SR-4V
ERREKA® BM

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FOR: ERREKA® CEME

  • F 288
  • C FIX CODE
  • B 1,2
  • AP NO
  • BT Slim / M-FR1 / M-NOVA / M-BT / SR-4V
ERREKA® CEME

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FOR: ERREKA® CLEM

  • F 287
  • C FIX CODE
  • B 1,2
  • AP NO
  • BT Slim / M-FR1 / M-NOVA / M-BT / SR-4V
ERREKA® CLEM

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FOR: ERREKA® CLMX

  • F 288
  • C FIX CODE
  • B 1,2
  • AP NO
  • BT Slim / M-FR1 / M-NOVA / M-BT / SR-4V
ERREKA® CLMX

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FOR: ERREKA® CLMY

  • F 302
  • C FIX CODE
  • B 1,2
  • AP NO
  • BT Slim / M-FR1 / M-NOVA / M-BT / SR-4V
ERREKA® CLMY

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FOR: ERREKA® CYJC

  • F 290
  • C FIX CODE
  • B 1,2
  • AP NO
  • BT Slim / M-FR1 / M-NOVA / M-BT / SR-4V
ERREKA® CYJC

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FOR: ERREKA® EL

  • F 30,035
  • C FIX CODE
  • B 1,2
  • AP NO
  • M-Q MAX
ERREKA® EL

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FOR: ERREKA® IRIS 433

  • F 433,92
  • C ROLLING CODE
  • B 2,4
  • AP YES
  • BT Slim / M-FR1 / M-NOVA / M-BT / SR-4V / SR-48
ERREKA® IRIS 433

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Synchronising intructions

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SYNCHRONISING ERREKA ROLLING CODE REMOTE CONTROLS

Erreka remote control receivers enable remote synchronisation without handling the receiver or using the button on its circuit board.

ROLLER REMOTE CONTROLS

Remote synchronising procedure

1. Stand near the receiver, open the battery cover on the remote control already synchronised in the facility and press the button next to the battery or the synch button.

Release as soon as the LED on the receiver lights up

2. Press the button of the device to be synchronised.

The receiver will emit a beep to indicate that the remote control has been synchronised.

If the receiver fails to emit a beep it means that the procedure has failed, probably for the following reasons:

- The memory is full. The installer may have filled it on purpose. In this case, no devices can be synchronised without contacting the installer.

3. Wait for 30 seconds until the LED turns off, indicating that the receiver has exited synchronisation mode.

Direct synchronisation procedure on the receiver

1. Open the receiver and set the switch to the ON position.

The LED on the receiver will light up. From this point, follow the previous procedure from step 2 above.

SOL REMOTE CONTROLS

Both synchronisation procedures are identical to those for the ROLLER remote controls. The only difference is that a jumper must connect the first and fifth pins in the original remote control activate synchronisation mode in the receiver, and remove the jumper once this has been done.

This will not be necessary if synchronisation mode is activated from a synchronised remote control since the device is provided with a button for this purpose at the rear.