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BFT MITTO2/4 Rolling Code and CLONIX Receiver Operation Manual / Installation Guide / Programming Instructions PDF

1 GENERAL OUTLINE

The Clonix receiver combines the characteristics of utmost safety in copying variable code or rolling code coding with the convenience of carrying out transmitter cloning operations thanks to an exclusive system.

Cloning a transmitter means creating a transmitter which can be included automatically within the list of the transmitters memorised in the receiver, either as an addition or as a replacement of a particular transmitter.

Therefore it will be possible to remotely program a large number of additional transmitters, or for example, replacement transmitters for those which have been lost, without making changes directly to the receiver. Cloning by replacement is used to create a new transmitter which takes the place of the one previously memorised in the receiver, in this way the lost transmitter is removed from the memory and will no longer be usable.

When coding safety is not a decisive factor, the Clonix receiver allows you to carry out fixed code additional cloning, which although abandoning the variable code, provides a high number of coding combinations.

Using clones when there is more than one receiver as in the case of communal buildings, and especially when a distinction is to be made between clones to be added to or replaced in individual or collective receivers, could turn out to be rather difficult. The Clonix receiver cloning system for communal buildings makes it particularly easy to solve the problem of clone storage for up to 250 individual receivers.

2 RECEIVER TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Power supply range 12 to 28V DC range 16 to 28V AC
Antenna impedance 50 Ohms RG58
Relay contact 1A - 33V AC, 1A - 24V DC

2.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF MITTO RECEIVER

Frequency 433.92MHz
Operating temperature range -20 / +55°C
Code by means of Rolling-code algorithm
N° of combinations 4 billion
Power supply 12V Alkaline battery 23A
Range 50 - 100 metres
Transmitter versions 2-channel, 4-channel

3 ANTENNA INSTALLATION

Use an antenna tuned to 433MHz.

For antenna to receiver connection, use RG8 coaxial cable. The presence of metallic masses next to the antenna can interfere with radio reception. In case of insufficient transmitter range, move the antenna to a more suitable position.

4 PROGRAMMING

Transmitter storage can be carried out in manual mode, or by means of the Universal palmtop programmer which allows you to create installations in the collective receivers mode, as well as manage the complete installation database using the EEdbase software.

5 MANUAL PROGRAMMING

In the case of standard installations where no advanced functions are required, it is possible to proceed to manual storage of the transmitters, making reference to programming table A and to the example for basic programming in Fig.2.

1. If you wish the transmitter to activate output 1, press pushbutton SW1, otherwise if you wish the transmitter to activate output 2, press pushbutton SW2.
2. If you wish to obtain functions other than monostable activation, refer to table A – output activation.
3. When LED DL1 starts blinking, press hidden key P1 on the transmitter, LED DL1 will remain continuously lit.
Note: Hidden key P1 appears differently depending on the transmitter model.
4. Press the key of the transmitter to be memorized, LED DL1 will flash quickly to indicate that it has been memorized successfully. Flashing as normal will then be resumed.
5. To memorize another transmitter, repeat steps 3 and 4.
6. To exit memorizing mode, wait for the LED to go off completely or press the key of a remote control that has just been memorized.

IMPORTANT NOTE: ATTACH THE ADHESIVE KEY LABEL TO THE FIRST MEMORISED TRANSMITTER which is MASTER.

In the case of manual programming, the first transmitter assigns the key code to the receiver, this code is necessary in order to carry out subsequent cloning of the radio transmitters.

5.1 Transmitter storage via radio in self-learning mode DIP1 ON

This mode is used to copy the keys of a transmitter already stored in the receiver memory, without accessing the receiver. The first transmitter is to be memorised in manual mode.

a. Press hidden key P1 on the transmitter already memorised.
b. Press key T on the transmitter already memorised, which is also to be attributed to the new transmitter.
c. Within 10 seconds, press key P1 on the new transmitter to be memorised.
d. Press key T to be attributed to the new transmitter.
e. To memorise another transmitter, repeat the procedure from step (c) within a maximum time of 10 seconds, otherwise the receiver exits the programming mode.
f. To copy another key, repeat from step (a), having waited for the receiver to exit the programming mode or after disconnecting the receiver from the power supply.
Note: with DIP1 ON OFF, storage can also be carried out in manual mode.
WARNING: Maximum protection from storage of foreign codes is obtained by having the DIP1 OFF and programming in MANUAL mode or by means of the Universal palmtop programmer.

6 RADIO TRANSMITTER CLONING

Rolling-code cloning DIP2 OFF / Fixed-code cloning DIP2 ON.

Make reference to the Universal palmtop programmer Instructions and the CLONIX Programming Guide.

7 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING COLLECTIVE RECEIVERS

Make reference to the Universal palmtop programmer Instructions and the CLONIX Programming Guide.

8 MAINTENANCE

The maintenance of the system should only be carried out by qualified personnel regularly. MITTO transmitters are powered by a single 12V alkaline battery 23A type.

Any reduction in the transmitter capacity may be due to the batteries getting flat. When the led of the transmitter flashes, it means that the batteries are flat and must be replaced.