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FAAC S.p.A.
Via Benini,1 • 40069 Zola Predosa, Bologna℡ 051-61724 051-758518 www.faacgroup.com The 868 SLH Series is a patented 868 Mhz radio-control system with encrypted self-learning RollingCode. At every transmission, the transmitter code changes according to a complex algorithm,synchronised with data awaited by the receiver.
RECEIVER MODEL
RP 868 SLH
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DECODING CARDS
DECODER SLH
MINIDEC SLH
Power supply voltage
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Signalling LED
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TRANSMITTERS
T2 868 SLH
T4 868 SLH
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* External factors such as atmospheric disturbances, within-range obstacles, and charge level of transmitter batteries, can affect nominal capacity (significantly in some cases).
The transmitters (2/4 channel) can be of two types: master and slave.
How to recognise a master/slave transmitter•master : if you press any key of a master TX, the LED flashes before becoming steady.
•slave : if you press any key of a slave TX, the LED goes on immediately with steady light.
Differences between master and slave TX•master : only a master TX can transfer its “system code” to decoding cards/RP receivers and to unable to transfer its “system code” and, therefore, cannot be either duplicated, or usedfor coding systems.
Can learn the “system code” from a master TX.
a radio receiver for connection to one or more decoding cards (one decoding card foreach channel).
•RP 868 SLH: single-channel radio receiver with built-in decoding facility, and rapid connector for connection to FAAC equipment. Stores up to 250 TXs.
decoding card with open-collector output and rapid connector for connection to FAAC equipment. Stores up to 250 TXs.
decoding card with relay output and rapid connector to connection to FAAC equipment, plus terminal board for wired connection.
OPERATION DESCRIPTIONThe 868 SLH system is based on initial self-learning by the decoding card or RP receiver of a “systemcode” received from a master TX.
The decoding card or RP receiver is able to store and recognise only TXs with the same “systemcode” (albeit with a different serial code) : every TX (master or slave) must therefore learn the “systemcode” from the master TX used for coding the decoding card/RP receiver.
The TX is stored on the decoding card/RP receiver by self-learning, at the second consecutive channelactivation.
Under normal operating conditions, the transmitter is immediately recognised by the decoding card/RP receiver, providing 32 consecutive unsuccessful activation operations are not exceeded; abovethis number, the transmitter's channel must be pressed twice in succession within a maximum of 5seconds, in order to re-synchronise the system.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE1) Power up the system after installing and connecting the electrical components of the 868 SLH System (fig.1).
2) Use a master TX to set the “system code” on the decoding card/RP receiver (see “system coding”).
3) Use the same master TX to set the system code on the system's 4) Coded TXs are automatically stored in the decoding card/ RP receiver by simply activating the transmitter channel twice SYSTEM CODING• Simultaneously press push-buttons P1 and P2 of the master TX and release them when the LED flashes (after about one • Press and hold down the learning button on the decoding • While the master transmitter’s LED is flashing, press and hold down a channel (the transmitter's LED goes on with steadylight); • Before releasing the learning button on the decoding card/ RP receiver, check if the LED goes on with steady light for acouple of seconds to confirm that the “system code” was saved.
• Release the button of the Master TX channel.
TX CODING• Simultaneously press push-buttons P1 and P2 of the master TX used for coding the system and release them when the LED flashes (after aboutone second); • Frontally bring into contact the master TX and the TX to be coded (master • On the master TX (while its LED is flashing), press and hold down the same channel used for coding thesystem: the LED goes on with steady light; • Press the required channel on the TX to be coded and release it when the LED goes off after flashingtwice to confirm the “system code” was saved; • Release the button of the Master TX channel;• Repeat this procedure for every TX to be coded.
Procedure for converting a master transmitter into a slavetransmitter:• Simultaneously press push-buttons P1 and P2 of the master TX and release them when the LED • Again simultaneously press push-buttons P1 and P2 of the master TX and release them when the LED flashes faster(after about one second); • Press push-buttons P1-P2-P1 in sequence: the LED will flash twice before going off to confirm the RANDOMING THE SYSTEM CODE (master/slave TX)“System codes” of all channels on a TX (master or slave) can be changed, by randomly generatingthem with the following procedure:• Simultaneously press push-buttons P1 and P2 of the master TX and release them when the LED • Again simultaneously press push-buttons P1 and P2 of the master TX and release them when the LED flashes faster(after about one second); • Press push-buttons P1-P2 in sequence and then simultaneously (P1+P2): the LED will flash twice before going off to confirm the operation was performed.
DELETING DECODER/MINIDEC/RP RECEIVER
Important: if this procedure is carried out, the "system code" and all stored serial codes for transmitters
• Press and hold down the learning button on Decoder/Minidec/RP Receiver: the LED starts to flash;• 10 seconds later, the LED starts to flash more quickly;• After another 10 seconds, the LED goes on with steady light for 5 seconds, and then goes off;• When the LED goes off, release the learning button.
Note: If you release the push-button while the LED is flashing (slow or fast), deletion will not be REPLACING THE BATTERYIf transmitter capacity drops, we recommend you to change the batteries. Procedure:• Open the TX by unscrewing the screw at the rear;• Replace the two mod. CR2032 3V lithium batteries, fitting them in the compartment and observing • Fit the base on the housing (ref. 1 fig. 4) before closing (ref.2 fig.4) and then secure with the screw

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