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IM-860-010-A06-EN 860 Tele Radio Lion Manual ENGLISH

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7 EN DE FR ES NL SE NO DK SYSTEM FUNCTIONS Frequency System 860 uses 69 different frequencies, which makes it possible to use several transmitters and receivers within the same coverage area. Battery status The transmitter has an integrated battery indicator which shows when only approx. 10% of the battery capacity remains. Automatic shut-off The transmitter has an automatic shut-off function built-in to conserve battery power. The available selections for automatic shut-off are: after 2, 6 or 12 minutes, or no automatic shut-off. Pin code Up to 10 individual/personal PIN codes can be...

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8 EN DE FR ES NL SE NO DK TRANSMITTER Pictures of the transmitter can be found on the fold-out page. Technical Specifications 860TX-10 860TX-12 Stop button Stop button 10 two way push buttons 12 two way push buttons Internal rechargeable battery External rechargeable battery Radio: PLL Synthesizer Radio: PLL Synthesizer 69 different frequencies, 433.075 - 434.775 MHz 69 different frequencies, 433.075 - 434.775 MHz Enclosure size: 160x70x35 mm Enclosure size: 210x80x40 mm Weight: approx. 270 g Weight: approx. 400 g Enclosure class: IP 54 Enclosure class: IP 65 HOW TO START THE TRANSMITTER 1....

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9 EN DE FR ES NL SE NO DK RECEIVER 860RX Pictures of the receiver can be found on the fold-out page. Technical Specifications Relay outputs: Midi: 10+2 for stop function, Maxi: 24+2 for stop function Stop relay: potential free, makes 8A AC1 Function relay: potential free, breaks/makes 16A AC1 Radio: PLL synthesizer 69 different frequencies, 433.075 - 434.775 MHz Size: 250x175x75 mm Enclosure class: IP 65 Antenna connector: BNC SUPPLY VOLTAGE POWER CONSUMPTION: MIN. POWER CONSUMPTION: MAX. 12V DC 150 mA 1 A 24V DC 60 mA 600 mA 24V AC 80 mA 800 mA 48V AC 100 mA 400 mA 115V AC 70 mA 200 mA...

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10 EN DE FR ES NL SE NO DK 1 2 3 SR1 SR1 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 C NO NC C NO NCC NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC 1 2 3 4 5 6 C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 230 VAC 115 VAC 48 VAC 0 V 24 V AC/DC 12 V DC 0 V SR1 SR2 The receiver should be installed: • As far as possible, protected from the wind and weather. Do not install the receiver in such a way that it can be exposed to exceptional moist conditions such as high-pressure washing • With the cable glands downward. Placement of...

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11 EN DE FR ES NL SE NO DK CO-PROGRAMMING THE TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER The receiver can be programmed to accept up to three different transmitters, where each transmitter has its own unique code. The LEDs 6 and 10 on the receiver indicate how many transmitters have been programmed in the receiver. Not flashing = No transmitter has been programmed 1 flash = 1 transmitter has been programmed 2 flashes = 2 transmitters have been programmed 3 flashes = 3 transmitters have been programmed 1. On the receiver: turn the function selector switch 2 to the ON position. 2. Press the reset button on the...

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12 EN DE FR ES NL SE NO DK DO THE FOLLOWING TO REPLACE A TRANSMITTER: 1. Check the ID-code on the transmitter that should be erased from the receiver. 2. Start-up the transmitter that should be programmed into the receiver. You must be in the working range of the receiver that should be erased and programmed. 3. Press the stop button on the transmitter. – The red LED 3 lights continuously for 1 second, then (on the transmitter) the yellow LED 2 lights continuously and the red LED 3 starts to flash. 4. Enter the PIN-code. You have 2 seconds per button. If the time elapses, the transmitter...

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13 EN DE FR ES NL SE NO DK UNLOCKING THE RECEIVER WITHOUT A TRANSMITTER 1. Turn switch 2 to the ON position. 2. Press down the reset button. – Green (4 and 8), red (5 and 9) and yellow (6 and 10) LEDs light continuously. 3. Release the reset button. – The green (4 and 8) and red (5 and 9) LEDS go out. Yellow LED (6 and 10) lights continuously. 4. Turn switch 2 to the OFF position. 5. Yellow (6 and 10) LEDs go out. The receiver can now be logged on to another transmitter. RADIO MODULE MODE If the 69 channel radio module is mounted in the transmitter it is possible to program the module to...

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15 EN DE FR ES NL SE NO DK FREQUENCY TABLE (16+16 CHANNELS) CHANNEL FREQUENCY STRAP CHANNEL FREQUENCY STRAP 01 434.650 MHz Open 17 434.625 MHz Closed 02 434.600 MHz Open 18 434.575 MHz Closed 03 434.550 MHz Open 19 434.525 MHz Closed 04 434.500 MHz Open 20 434.475 MHz Closed 05 434.450 MHz Open 21 434.425 MHz Closed 06 434.400 MHz Open 22 434.375 MHz Closed 07 434.350 MHz Open 23 434.325 MHz Closed 08 434.300 MHz Open 24 434.275 MHz Closed 09 434.250 MHz Open 25 434.225 MHz Closed 10 434.200 MHz Open 26 434.175 MHz Closed 11 434.150 MHz Open 27 434.125 MHz Closed 12 434.100 MHz Open 28...

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16 EN DE FR ES NL SE NO DK STEP UP/DOWN IN FREQUENCY It is possible to move up or down in frequency before the transmitter is started-up. 1. Start the transmitter by pressing the start buttons for at least 1 second. 2. Release left start button, but hold right start button. 3. Press button 1 (yellow LED 1 indicates) to move up one step in frequency. Press button 2 (yellow LED 2 indicates) to move down one step. – Example: If you like to move up 5 frequency steps, you need to press button 1 five times. 4. Release all buttons and the transmitter starts on the new frequency. AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF...

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17 EN DE FR ES NL SE NO DK PIN CODE FUNCTION It is possible to program 10 PIN codes on each transmitter. PROGRAMMING A PIN CODE: 1. Start the transmitter by pressing the start buttons for at least 1 second. – The red LED 3 lights continuously. 2. Release left start button, but hold right start button. NOTE! You have 0.3 seconds to perform the action in step 3. 3. Release right start button and select button 4 for the PIN code. (If you do not press any of the function buttons the transmitter starts.) – The yellow LED 2 lights continuously and the green LED 3 starts to flash. 4. Enter the...

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