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T80-Leopard
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gmbh.de TELE RADIO ASIA China Tel. +86-(0)592-3111168 e-mail: b.sun@tele-radio.cn TELE RADIO TURKEY Turkey Tel. +90-532 292 4448 e-mail: c.mevlevioglu@tele-radio.com TELE RADIO AS Norway Tel. +47-6933 4900 e-mail: norway@tele-radio.com TELE RADIO TURKEY Turkey Tel. +90-532 292 4448 e-mail: c.mevlevioglu@tele-radio.com gmbh.de TELE RADIO ASIA China Tel. +86-(0)592-3111168 e-mail: b.sun@tele-radio.cn TELE RADIO TURKEY Turkey Tel. +90-532 292 4448 e-mail: c.mevlevioglu@tele-radio.com TELE RADIO AS Norway Tel. +47-6933 4900 e-mail: norway@tele-radio.com T80 Tele Radio Leopard Manual RX2 Rev. IM-T80-002-A2

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SAFETY WARNING Failure to follow these rules can result in serious personal injury. •GROUND THE RECEIVER CASE. In order to ensure safety of the system, the receiver case must be firmly connected to earth ground. •PROVIDE A SAFETY CUTOFF SWITCH. If maintenance is required, the radio must be disconnected from power to prevent accidental activation. •USE PROPER WIRING. Loose or frayed wires can cause accidental activation of machinery.•DO NOT INSTALL IN HOT AREAS. This apparatus can be damaged by heat in excess of +55° C or 130° F. •DO NOT INSTALL IN HIGH VIBRATION AREAS. The life of this...

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6 7 8 9 10 11 1 2 3 1 2 X Start Start 2 4 6 8 0 1 3 5 7 9 4 1 = Fuses 500 mA (T) - Ceramic fuse 2 = Safety relays 3 = Reset button 4 = Function selector switch 5 = BNC antenna connector 6 = Green LED (6) 7 = Red LED (7) 8 = Yellow LED (8) 9 = Green LED (9) 10 = Red LED (10) 11 = Yellow LED (11) 12 = Yellow LED (12) TX1 1 = Yellow LED 1 2 = Yellow LED 2 3 = Red/Green LED 3 4 = Charge connector Make sure that you connect the supply voltage to the correct input terminals. If you use direct current, also make sure that you connect the supply voltage with correct polarity. Refer to marking on...

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TR DE FR ES NL SE NO DK EN The system’s functions Frequency System Leopard uses 69 different frequencies, making it possible to have several transmitters and receivers in operation in the same coverage area. Battery status The transmitter has a built-in battery indicator, which tells you when approx. 10 % of the battery capacity remains. Automatic shutdown To conserve battery power, the transmitter is equipped with an automatic shutdown function. Possible choices for automatic shutdown are: after 2, 6 or 12 minutes, or no automatic shutdown at all. PIN code Up to 10 individual/personal PIN...

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TR DE FR ES NL SE NO DK EN Transmitter Pictures of the transmitter can be found on the foldout page. Technical data TX1 Stop button 10 dual position buttons Internal, rechargeable battery Radio: Double superheterodyne 69 different frequencies, 433,075–434,775 MHz Casing dimensions: 160 x 70 x 35 mm 6.2 x 2.6 x 1.4 in Weight: approx. 270 g Protection: IP 54 HOW TO START THE TRANSMITTER 1. The stop button must be pulled out. 2. Press down the start buttons simultaneously for at least 1 second. 3. Release the start buttons. 4. LED 3 is lit green to indicate that the transmitter is running. HOW...

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TR DE FR ES NL SE NO DK EN CONNECTING THE RECEIVER To benefit from the system’s safety functions, the relays SR1 and SR2 shall be used as stop relays in the safety circuit for the object which shall be controlled. Receiver RX2 Pictures of the receiver can be found on the foldout page. Technical data Relay outputs: 6 + 2 for stop function and 1 transistor output 12V Stop relay: Potential free, connects 8 A ACI Maximum continous stop relay current: 2A Function relay: Potential free, breaks/connects 8 A ACI Maximum continous function relay current: 2A Radio: Low IF receiver architecture 69...

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TR DE FR ES NL SE NO DK EN 5/8 1/4-433K 1/2 Asse mbling the receiver and receiver antenna The receiver shall be installed • Protected from the wind and weather as much as possible Do not install the receiver so that it is exposed to moisture, for example when washing with high-pressure. • With cable glands facing down. Placement of the receiver antenna • Mount the antenna as high above the ground as possible. • The antenna shall not be mounted near any metal objects such as beams, electrical cables or other antennas. The 1/2 wave antenna is independent of ground plane, which is suitable and...

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TR DE FR ES NL SE NO DK EN Erasing all transmitters in the receiver ON THE RECEIVER 1. Set switch 2 of the function selection dip switch to the ON position. 2. Press the Reset button on the receiver for a moment. – The green, red and yellow LEDs 6–8 and 9–11 light up. – The green (6 and 9) and red (7 and 10) LEDs go out after a short while. The yellow LEDs 8 and 11 continue to light. If the red and yellow LEDs flash alternately, this means that 3 transmitters are programmed into the receiver. 3. Set switch 2 to the OFF position. 4. Set switch 2 to the ON position within 2 seconds. – The...

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TR DE FR ES NL SE NO DK EN Locking/unlocking a receiver When a transmitter, which is programmed into a receiver, is started, the receiver locks onto the transmitter’s ID code. In this position, the receiver will only accept this transmitter (even if several transmitters are programmed into the receiver). The green LEDs 6 and 9 on the receiver light up to confirm that only one selected transmitter can be used. If a different transmitter shall be used, the receiver must first be unlocked. Then another programmed transmitter can be locked onto the receiver. U NLOCKING THE RECEIVER The...

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TR DE FR ES NL SE NO DK EN CHANGING FREQUENCY 1. Start the transmitter by pressing the start buttons simultaneously for at least 1 second. – The red LED 3 lights up continuously. 2. Release the left start button but hold the right start button pressed down. Note: Step 3 must be executed within 0.3 seconds. 3. Release the right start button and then select button 2 for frequency. If you do not press any function button, the transmitter is started. – The yellow LED 2 lights up continuously and the green LED 3 starts flashing. 4. Enter security code 1, 2, 3, 4. this may take no more than 5...

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