Multi-Code Garage Door Four-Button Opener Remote Control Transmitter 1097 Instructions
Model 1097 FOUR CHANNEL TRANSMITTER
· Disconnect power before any installation or repair.
· Wear safety glasses.
Congratulations! You have just purchased a Linear Digital Transmitter, which we believe to be the finest product of its kind on the market. With 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
On the model 1097 transmitter the entire front lower half of the case is removable by inserting a small coin in the slot provided with a twisting motion. Once opened you will have access to both code switches and the battery compartment.
Before placing your transmitter into service, we urge you to set your codes, in order not to interfere with neighboring systems, and to provide security for your own system. You will note that the model1097 transmitter has two, ten position code switches. 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.
TO SET YOUR TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVERS:
Receiver 1 – Set the receiver code switch positions 1-8 to match transmitter side A code switch positions 1-8. Set the 9th position on the receiver and the transmitter to the on (closed) position. Set the 10th position on the receiver and the transmitter to the off (open) position
Receiver 2 – As you did in the procedure for Receiver 1, Set your receiver code switch positions 1-9 to match transmitter side A code switch positions 1-9. Set 10th position on the receiver to the on (closed) position (Note: The 10th position switch on the transmitter side A has previously been set to the off (open) position in the above step).
Receiver 3 - Set the receiver code switch positions 1-8 to match transmitter side B code switch positions 1-8. Set the 9th & 10th positions on the receiver and the transmitter side to B to the off (open ) position.
RECEIVER 4 - As you did in the procedure for Receiver 3, set your receiver code switch positions 1-9 to match transmitter side B code switch 1-9. Set the 10th position on the receiver to the on (closed) position (Note: the 10th position switch on the transmitter side B has previously been set to the off (open) position in the above step).
If you are using TWO LINEAR TWO CHANNEL RECEIVERS:
Receiver channel 1 – Set the receiver code switch Positions 1-8 to match transmitter side A code switch positions 1-8. Set the 9th position on the receiver and transmitter side A to the on (closed) position. Set the 10th position on the transmitter side A to the off (open) position. Pushbutton 1 on your transmitter will now match Channel 1 on your #1 two channel receiver (see figure 2 for side A and B transmitter code switch locations).
Receiver Channel 2 – Your receiver and transmitter side A code switch positions have previously been set in the above step. Pushbutton 2 on your transmitter will match Channel 2 on your #1 two channel receiver.
Receiver Channel 3 - Set the receiver code switch positions 1-8 to match transmitter side B code switch positions 1-8. Set the 9th position on the receiver and transmitter side B to the off (open) position. Set the 10th position on the transmitter side B to the off (open) position. Pushbutton 3 on your transmitter will now match Channel 1 on your #2 two channel receiver.
Receiver Channel 4 – Your receiver and transmitter side B code switch positions have previously been set in the above step. Pushbutton 4 on your transmitter will match Channel 2 on your #2 two channel receiver.
Once your codes have been set. Check the operation and replace the lower cover.
The transmitter is completely self contained, including battery, and can be opened while mounted in the car. It is supplied with a clip for attaching to the sun visor, if desired. If the clip is used, attach to the case by sliding it into the recess provided on the back of the transmitter until the small dimples fir into the holes in the clip.
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.
Caution: 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
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