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Compatibility

PDT remote control systems are supplied with a unique distributor code which is specific to each door manufacturer or distributor, if they don't match they cannot be programmed (the LED will flash quickly if they are not compatible.)

As we source our PDT keyfobs from SWS, (the manufacturer of Seceuroglide roller doors) all our stock is factory coded by PDT with the unique SWS Seceuroglide distributor code which makes our PDT transmitters unsuitable for use with PDT remote control systems supplied by any other door manufacturer even though the visual appearance, product code (PDT KF04 433RC) and radio frequency are the same.

PDT will not supply their transmitters coded to any other distributor code due to contractual agreements between them and their distributors. (e.g. door manufacturer such as RollerGlide, Cordula, Nationwide, SWS etc.)
If you are unable to obtain a replacement PDT KF04 433RC keyfob from your specific door manufacturer with the correct distributor code to match your control box you can fit our our Seip receiver & keyfob transmitter upgrade kit to your existing PDT control system... upgrade kit details

Radio Frequency

Early variants of the above transmitters operated on the 418Mhz radio frequency and are identified by having a black 4th button (at the key chain end) this 4th button is grey on 433Mhz types.

If you have the 418Mhz type you will require a radio system upgrade as these transmitters are now discontinued because the 418Mhz frequency has been withdrawn from public use by the Home Office and re-allocated to the new European TETRA radio system. (see the Radiocommunications Agency website for details)

Programming Instructions

Procedure for programming an additional transmitter to a PDT RollerTec V1 - V3 control unit. (introduced in 2005)

Grey 4-Button keyfob - Maximum 30 Transmitters

1/ Move the Dipswitches on Block 1 to: 1 off, 2 off, 3 off, 4 on Wall Unit LED will flash amber
2/ Press the open button on the PCB Wall Unit LED will flash green
3/ Now press the top green button once on each new transmitter. Wall Unit LED will go solid for 2 seconds for each transmitter added
4/To exit programming mode set dipswitch 4 to OFF

Clearing transmitters from the memory (RollerTec V1 - V3) (recommended if a handset has been lost or stolen)

1/ Isolate the power to the unit.
2/ Go to the unit on the wall and remove the cover (Take Care: Lid is attached to circuit board)
3/ Turn Dipswitch 1, 2 & 3 OFF and 4 ON, wait 2 seconds. The lid-mounted signal LED will give a quick YELLOW flash.
4/ Press and hold down the stop button on the board until the following sequence has been carried out:
The flashing LED will change from flashing YELLOW to a fast flashing RED. After 10 seconds it will turn solid RED, after a further 5 seconds it will turn solid YELLOW and then after a further 2 seconds solid GREEN for 2 seconds. You must release the stop button when the LED is GREEN.
5/ To exit programming mode set dipswitch 4 to OFF

Note: the distributor code for the transmitter must match the distributor code for the receiver, if they do not match, you cannot add that particular transmitter on to the system, the LED will flash RED, GREEN then YELLOW once quickly if they are not compatible.

Procedure for programming an additional transmitter to a PDT RF03 roller door control unit Grey 4-Button keyfob - Maximum 14 Transmitters

1/ Isolate the power to the unit.
2/ Go to the unit on the wall and remove the cover (Take Care: Lid is attached to circuit board)
3/ You will see a blue block in the top left hand corner of the board. In the block are four mini white switches.
4/ Make a note of the current position of these switches.
5/ Change the settings of the switches to 1 on, 2 off, 3 off, 4 on
6/ Turn the power to the unit back on.
7/ Take the key fob that needs loading on to the system. Press the top green button once, the light on the front of the unit will flash once.
8/ Repeat step 7 for any other key fobs that need adding to the system.
9/ Isolate the power to the unit.
10/ Reset the dipswitches to their original setting
11/ Turn the power back on to the unit.

Clearing transmitters from the memory on a PDT RF03 roller door control unit (recommended if a handset has been lost or stolen)

1/ Isolate the power to the unit.
2/ Go to the unit on the wall and remove the cover (Take Care: Lid is attached to circuit board)
3/ You will see a blue block in the top left hand corner of the board. In the block are four mini white switches.
4/ Make a note of the current position of these switches.
5/ Change the settings of the switches to 1 off, 2 on, 3 off, 4 off
6/ Power up the unit for 10 seconds
7/ Reset the dipswitches to their original setting
8/ Turn the power back on to the unit.

Procedure for programming an additional transmitter to a PDT RF02 roller door control unit Grey 4-Button keyfob - Maximum 14 Transmitters

1/ Isolate the power to the unit.
2/ Go to the unit on the wall and remove the cover (Take Care: Lid is attached to circuit board)
3/ You will see a blue block in the top left hand corner of the board. In the block are four mini white switches.
4/ Make a note of the current position of these switches.
5/ Change the settings of the switches to 1 on, 2 off, 3 off, 4 off
6/ Turn the power to the unit back on.
7/ Take the key fob that needs loading on to the system. Press the top green button once, the light on the front of the unit will flash once.
8/ Repeat step 7 with any other key fobs that need adding to the system.
9/ Isolate the power to the unit.
10/ Reset the dipswitches to their original setting
11/ Turn the power back on to the unit.

Clearing transmitters from the PDT RF02 memory (recommended if a handset has been lost or stolen)

1/ Isolate the power to the unit.
2/ Go to the unit on the wall and remove the cover (Take Care: Lid is attached to circuit board)
3/ You will see a blue block in the top left hand corner of the board. In the block are four mini white switches.
4/ Make a note of the current position of these switches.
5/ Change the settings of the switches to 1 off, 2 on, 3 off, 4 on
6/ Power up the unit for 10 seconds
7/ Reset the dipswitches to their original setting
8/ Turn the power back on to the unit.