Compatible with NICE SMILO SM2 / SM4 / NICE SMILO Garage Openers
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Compatible with current NICE radio automation using Smilo remote control systems.
> Original NICE SMILO remote control coding instructions can be found here - Thanks to NICE S.P.A. Italy
Programming / Learning Instructions
Program to Gate / Garage Door Openers the same way as original NICE SMILO remotes, please refer to your receiver's user manual. For a typical NICE SMX2 Receiver, the programming procedure is as follows. Make sure to install the battery in the transmitter correctly.
1. Press and hold down the receiver button for at least 3 seconds.
2. Release the button when the led lights up.
3. Within 10 seconds press any button on the transmitter to memorise for at least 2 seconds.
Note: If the procedure was memorised correctly, the Led on the receiver will flash 3 times. If there are other transmitters to memorise, repeat step 3 within another 10 seconds, if not, the memorisation phase will finish automatically.
4. Press the transmitter button to test operation.
Note: To remove a single transmitter's code or all transmitter codes from the receiver memory please refer to your receiver manual.
Programming / Learning Instructions - Remote Code Storing
Using this method you do not need to have direct access to the control panel or receiver. However, you do need at least one original or compatible NICE SMILO transmitter that is already coded into the opener. Make sure to install the battery in the transmitter correctly.
1. Press the button on the new transmitter for at least 5 seconds and then release.
2. Press the button on the already programmed transmitter 3 times slowly.
3. Press the button on the new transmitter slowly and then release.
Note: Be careful not to accidentally store unwanted transmitters during remote learning procedure.
Programming / Learning Instructions - Delete All Codes
Sometimes it is necessary to delete all stored codes from receiver, such as when lost remote, please refer to the following steps.
1. Press the receiver button and hold it down.
2. Wait for the LED to light up, then wait for it to switch off and then wait for it to flash 3 times.
3. Release the button exactly during the third flash.
4. The cancellation is confirmed by the LED flash 5 times after a few moments. All the stored codes including the courtesy light codes should now be deleted. Confirm this by pressing the transmitters previously used to operate the device. There should be no response.
Product Improvement Log - Continuously Improving Commitment
2012.12.04 Rev.03 - Switch to new case, improved remote distance and stability
2012.03.22 Rev.02 - Product model number changed to SR-N1 from SR-CLONE-S1
2012.02.05 Rev.01 - Product initial release
NICE SMILO SM2 SM4 Remote Control Features / Technical Specifications
- Antenna Type: Internal
- Modulation Type: Reliable ASK technology
- Working Voltage: DC12V
- Operating Current: 10mA
- RF Output Power (ERP) @433MHz: 3-10mW
- Transmitting Distance: 50-150m (150-500 ft.)1
- Frequency: 433MHz (SAW filter stabilized)
- Encoder IC: Solidremote Security Plus Chip (same wireless function as original ones)
- Channel / Button Number: 4
- Battery: 12V 27A Alkaline
- Dimension: 70mm x 33mm x 15mm
- Operating Temperature: -20° to 72°C (-4° to 161.6°F)
- Enclosure Rating: IP40 (TBC)
- Enclosure Material: As shown in product photo, plastic or metallic
- Other: Sleek new case with flashing LED transmission indicator, handsome key chain ring provided
- Manufacturing: High-quality SMT manufactured
- Certificate: CE, R&TTE, FCC compatible2
1. Transmitting Distance: Transmitting distance is measured LOS (line of sight) with little radio interference, actual distance may vary greatly depending on the installation and operating environment. For 150m+ distance with this transmitter, our external antenna SR-ANT-201 may need applied.
2. Certificate: Our products are certificate compliant, for more information on either CE or FCC ID, please contact us.
NICE SMILO SM2 SM4 Remote Control Key Features
- Prevents loss and replaces your old remote controls at one third cost or less
- 100% compatible with original NICE SMILO SM2 / SM4 remote control
- Built-in sliding protection cover, which helps avoid accidental operation
- Same hopping code IC as the original ones, providing superior performance and stability
- Easy programming which takes less than 30 seconds
Like a more customized product?
The button labels can be customized to your needs, and we can also add your brand logo on the transmitter. Contact Us to request a free quote.
NICE SMILO SM2 SM4 Remote Control Transmitter Customizations
- Button Labels: ABCD / 1234 / Lock, Unlock, Zigzag, Bell / Customizable
- Color: As shown in photo, some model has multiple colors to choose from
- Brand Label: Brand logo print / etching available for large orders, contact us for details
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Compatible with Advanced Solidremote DIY Universal Garage Door Receiver Kit
Our DIY Universal Garage Door Receiver Kit provide an easy out of the box function to control most universal devices wirelessly, including most garage door openers brands like ALLMATIC, ATA, BFT, BENINCA, DEA, ECOSTAR, EUROGATE, GENIUS, SOMMER and many more to provide an universal receiver choice with optimum performance and much lower cost.
NICE SMILO SM2 SM4 Remote Control Applications
Widely used in automobiles, motorcycles, remote engine starter, vehicle door locks, anti-theft alarm and security system, personal alarm, home security system, home electric control, wireless toys, short-to-medium distance wireless remote control products, garage door and gate openers, wireless roller blinds and shutter control, industry automation, etc.
NICE SMILO SM2 SM4 Remote Control Product Availability
Eastern Europe, North America, Mid East / Africa, Central / South America, Asia, Western Europe, Australasia (Australia and New Zealand)
Information Last Updated 2013-05-10