Congratulations! You have
just purchased a Mini-Code Digital Transmitter, which we believe to be the
finest product of its kind on the market. With a little care this transmitter
should provide you with many years of excellent service. Please take a moment to
read the following instructions and you will find that setting your new
transmitter will be quite an easy matter.
ACCESSING THE CODE SWITCH AND BATTERY
The model 3083 two channel
Mini-transmitter case is composed of 2 halves which are held together by a small
Phillips head screw. Removing this screw will allow access to the code switches
and the battery compartment.
SELECTING A CODE
your transmitter into service, we urge you to set your code in order not to
interfere with neighboring systems and to provide security for your own system.
We strongly urge that several coding schemes be avoided: ALL ON; ALL OFF;
2,4,6,8,10 ON; 1,3,5,7,9 ON. These positions are similar to our or other
manufacturer’s test positions, or are frequently used.
You will note that
the model 3083 transmitter has two, ten position code switches (Note: the
switches are in the “on” position when the switch is depressed toward the
number. In order to simplify coding of your transmitter as much as possible,
observe the following:
If you have two
single channel receivers:
Set your transmitter so that code switch #1 will match receiver #1. Set code
switch #2 on the transmitter to match receiver #2.
If you have a
MULTI-CODE 3021 or 3028 two channel receiver:
Set the receiver
and both transmitter code switch positions 1-9 to match. The tenth position on
your transmitter code switches are used for channel selection. Channel 1 on the
receiver is selected by moving the tenth position of code switch #1 on the
transmitter to the off (open) position. Channel 2 on the receiver is selected by
moving the tenth position of code switch #2 on the transmitter to the on
(closed) position. Once the codes have been set, check the operation and
reassemble the transmitter case.
Replacement battery – 12
volt alkaline lighter battery (Eveready A23 or equivalent).
battery can be checked or checked or changed by removing the Phillips head screw
located on the back of the case and carefully separating the case halves to
expose the circuit board and battery. Simply slide out the old battery and slide
in the new, remembering to observe the battery polarity molded on the case in
the bottom of the battery compartment. Note that if the red LED on your
transmitter fails to light you most likely have a weak or dead battery and it
should be replaced.
operation, move back a reasonable distance (about 50 ft) and press the
transmitter button. Operation should be reliable at this distance but
environment and location of both the transmitter and receiver will affect the
range. If the transmitter is stowed well out of sight, it may be necessary to
remove it from its mounting and hold near the windshield. Try different
locations and positions. If operation is still unsatisfactory, the problem may
be isolated by:
- Checking the door
operator. If the door will not open when the wall button is pressed, the
problem is likely to be the operator. If the door will open by pressing the
wall button, but not when the radio control button is pressed, the problem is
probably in the radios.
- Replacing the
transmitter battery. If after performing the above operational checks, the
controls still do not function, they should be returned to your dealer for
repair or replacement.
ALL MULTI-CODE door related
products carry a eighteen (18) month warranty against defects in workmanship or
material. This warranty begins at the date of manufacture, for eighteen months.
Linear Corporation warrantees our product only to authorized dealers and
distributors and not to the end customer. If you have any questions about our
warranty, please ask your dealer to determine the nature and scope of his
warranty. Linear Corporation does not assume, and is not responsible for, any
real consequential damages from claims against the performance of our product,
nor is it liable for any costs related to loss of life, property, or revenue.
Further, Linear Corporation is in no way responsible for installation of our
product, and will assume no costs related to reinstallation or removal. Linear
Corporation’s warranty is in lieu of all other warrantees, expressed or implied.
Linear Corporation has
devoted a great deal of time and research in order to provide the most reliable
equipment possible. Certain limitations must be observed.
- MULTI-CODE radio
components must conform with FCC Part 15 requirements. For this reason. the
range and power of our radios is within specified limits.
- As with all
manufacturers, Linear Corporation’s radios must accept all signals that they
receive. This may, in rare instances, create difficulty.
- You should test your
entire system occasionally in order to be sure that all components are working
in good order.
- Linear Corporation’s
dealers can provide you with information regarding the use of our radio
controls, and can provide valuable installation and operation information,
Any changes or
modification in intentional or unintentional radiators which are not expressly
approved by Linear Corporation could void the user’s authority to operate this
equipment. This applies to intentional and unintentional radiators certified per
part 15 of the F.C.C. rules and regulations.
complies with FCC Part 15 and industry 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.
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