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TriCodeTM

TCR2 Dual Channel Receiver

U.S. Patent Pending

SPECIFICATIONS

Output Rating: 5 Amps 28VAC or DC Max.

Power: 12VDC or 18 to 34VAC/DC, @ 30ma

RF Frequency: 300 or 310MHz

Accessory Transmitters: TC1, TC2 and TC4

This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15 and IC Canada Rules and Regulations. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

F.C.C. rules prohibit adjustments to or modification of receiver and/or remote control transmitter circuitry except for changing the code setting and replacing remote control transmitter battery. THERE ARE NO OTHER SERVICEABLE PARTS.

The TriCodeTM digital receivers are designed for use with automatic garage/gate operators and access control systems. All TriCodeTM products may be matched withLinear/Delta-3TM,Multi-CodeTM,and StanleyTM radio products which may already be installed.

The TriCodeTM radio format provides a potential of 1024 different digital codes. ForLinear/Delta-3TM compatible products, 256 different digital codes are available. The codes are set using10-positionDIP switch system.

INSTALLATION AND SERVICE INFORMATION ARE AVAILABLE 6 DAYS A WEEK CALL OUR TOLL FREE NUMBER 1-800-528-3536

HOURS 7:00 TO 3:30 p.m. (Mountain Std. Time) MONDAY Through SATURDAY

OR CONTACT US THROUGH THE WEB AT

WWW. CHAMBERLAINGROUP.COM

Children operating or playing with a garage door /gate opener can injure themselves and others.

The door/gate could close and cause serious injury or death. Do not allow children to operate the door control push button or the remote control transmitters.

Install the receiver (and all door control push buttons) out of the reach of children and away from all moving parts of the door and door hardware, but where the door/gate is visible.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

DESCRIPTION

PAGE

Setting Power Supply Selection..........................

2

Setting Output Relay Mode.................................

3

Setting the Configuration Switch.........................

3

Setting DIP Switch...............................................

4

Power Supply Connections.................................

4

Disconnect power to opener before installing receiver or removing/replacing receiver cover.

POWER SWITCH SETTINGS

CAUTION:To avoid possibility of duplicating codes in adjacent systems, all transmitters and receivers should bere-codedprior to operation. Unless using maximum number of codes the following four codes should not be used:

·All DIP Switches ON

·All DIP Switches OFF

·DIP Switches alternating ON/OFF

·DIP Switches alternating OFF/ON.

Receivers should be installed at least 5 feet apart to avoid cross-talk.After completing installation, operate transmitter outside of building to make certain the chosen DIP switch setting does not operate with nearby garage door operators and/or security systems. If so, select another DIP switch setting and check the coded signal again. Repeat as necessary.

RECEIVER MOUNTING

Mount receiver to wall using #6 hardware (Not Supplied). Hardware used will depend on mounting application. (Refer to figure 1 for receiver mounting hole locations).

Step 1 Power Supply Selection Setting

The TriCodeTM receiver is factory set for 24 volt power input if 12 volt is required.

Remove back cover of receiver by removing screws. Set jumper to the 12 volt setting (Refer to figure 1).

BACK VIEW

FIGURE 1

MOUNTING HOLES

2

OUTPUT RELAYS & CONFIGURATION SWITCH SETTINGS

Step 2 Setting Output Relay Mode

The TriCodeTM receiver is factory set for momentary relay output “MNT”.

(a)Momentary mode: The output relay will be on for

.5 seconds before turning off.

(b)Constant pressure mode: Output relay is continuously on while receiving matching/valid ID code from transmitter. The output relay will turn off immediately once receiver does not receive a matching/valid ID code from the transmitter (Refer to figure 3).

NOTE: If constant pressure mode is desired, open front cover and move mode jumper from “MNT” to “CST” (Refer to figure 2).

Step 3 Setting the Configuration Switch

The TriCodeTM receiver is factory set for Linear/Delta- 3TM.

Locate the configuration switch and set it to the desired RF mode of operation (Refer to figures 2 and 3). Modes are as follows:

TM

Linear/Delta-3TM: works with all“Linear/Delta-3” transmitters transmitted at 310 MHz using8-bitsID system.

TM

MultiTM: works with all“Multi-Code” transmitters transmitted at 300 MHz using10-bitsID system.

TM

StanleyTM: works with all “Stanleyradio” transmitters transmitted at 310 MHz using10-bitsID system..

FIGURE 2

FRONT VIEW

FIGURE 3

3

DIP SWITCH SETTINGS & POWER CONNECTIONS

Step 4 Setting DIP Switch

FIGURE 4

The TriCodeTM Receiver DIP switch CH1 is factory set

OFF (1-10)and CH2 is factory set ON(1-10).

Locate the 10 position DIP switch. If this is a new installation using TriCodeTM transmitters, randomly set switches matching those of the transmitter. Never use factory settings. If receiver is used with Linear/Delta 3TM,Multi-codeTM or StanleyTM transmitters, match the receiver DIP switch to the above transmitters. Some transmitters may use toggle switches and it may be difficult to determine on & off. If so, try reversing the setting on the TriCodeTM DIP switch (Refer to figures 4 and 5).

Note: In 'LINEAR/DELTA-3TM'mode(8-bitssystem) the last 2 bits (DIP #9 & 10) settings are ignored. They can be left in either ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ settings.

FIGURE 5

Step 5 Power Supply and Relay out Connections

FIGURE 6

There are six wires exiting the housing (Refer to figure 6):

RED & BLACK - POWER INPUT

BROWN & BLUE - CHANNEL 1 RELAY OUTPUT

WHITE & GREEN - CHANNEL 2 RELAY OUTPUT

 

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