Type of code
- 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.
- 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.
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.
- 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).
- 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.
AERF® Terra Remote
SYNCHRONISING AERF ROLLING CODE REMOTE CONTROLS
The JCM rolling code remote control synchronisation procedure is identical for all models, including customised models, except the 868 MHz.
There are two synchronisation procedures for these devices.
Remote synchronisation procedure using the original remote control
1. Stand near the receiver and use a pointed object to press the pushbutton at the rear of the remote control already synchronised in the facility. If there is no rear button, press all the buttons on the original device at once.
The receiver will emit a beep, indicating that it has switched to synchronisation mode.
2. Within 10 seconds of the beep, press the button on the device to be synchronised.
The receiver will emit another short beep to indicate that the remote control has been synchronised.
If the receiver fails to synchronise the device (does not emit the short beep) it may mean that the memory is full and the remote control cannot be synchronised without the installer\'s permission.
3. After 10 seconds the receiver will exit synchronisation mode and emit 2 short beeps.