Associated model numbers: IK-1210, IK-1220

************* WARNING *************

Moving Door can cause serious injury or death.

· DO NOT install transmitter unless the door operator’s safety reverse works as required by the door operator’s manual.

· Wall control must be mounted in sight of door, at least 5 feet above floor and clear of moving door parts.

· Keep people clear of opening while door is moving.

· DO NOT allow children to play with the transmitter or door operator.

If safety reverse does not work properly:

· Close door then disconnect operator using the manual release handle.

· DO NOT use transmitter or door operator.

· Refer to Door and Door Operators Owner’s Manuals before attempting any repairs

Electrical Shock can cause serious injury or death.

· Power cord must be unplugged before attaching any wires,

· Be sure wire ends do not touch each other or other terminals.

If you have questions or if you need a manual, contact the distributor or manufacturer of the operator

Setting Your Personal Code

Carefully remove the screw from the back of the TRANSMITTER and remove the cover. Also slide the rectangular code hatch on the top of the RECEIVER case. Locate the transmitter code switches, (moving the switch down toward the battery) will put the switch in the “ON” position. To set your personal code use a paper clip to move the dip switches to any code you desire by moving each of the dip switches to the “ON” (toward the Battery) or “OFF” (away from the Battery) position. Make sure that the transmitter and receiver have the same switch settings. DO NOT have the switches either all to the “ON position or all to the “OFF position.

To set the Model IK-1220 (two channel) transmitter set the code for the first button as you did for the IK-1210. Then set the code for the second receiver IDENTICALLY to the first receiver except flip the 10th receiver switch to the opposite side. Your second transmitter button will now control the second receiver.

NOTE: Please note that the switches in the receiver move opposite to those in the transmitter. “ON” will be up or away from you.

NOTE: DO NOT set all of the switches to the “ON” position or all of the switches to the “OFF” position.

If you are using more than one transmitter with the same receiver make sure all the transmitter codes are the same and that they match the receiver code.

Battery Replacement

Your new transmitter is supplied with a standard 12-Volt battery which is installed at the factory. Eventually the battery will need to be replaced. Reduced brightness of the LED indicator light or reduced range of the transmitter may indicate that the battery should be changed. The battery is located under the case cover. To replace the battery you first remove the case cover as indicated above under “Setting your Personal Code”. The battery can new be removed and replaced with a fresh one. Be sure to observe the polarity as indicated on the inside of the case. Now test the unit for proper operation and replace the case.

Operational Check

To check for proper operation move back approximately 50 Ft. from your garage door opener. Make sure you can fully observe the operation of the garage door opener as you activate it. Now by pressing your transmitter button you should get reliable, consistent operation, but be aware that environmental factors and transmitter/receiver location may have a significant impact on the actual range you can achieve. Any object directly between the transmitter and the receiver, for example, can affect the actual operating rang of the unit. Direct line of sight operation in open air generally will afford the best range. If your unit fails to operate properly first try to replace the battery with a new one. If it still fails to operate properly you may isolate the problem by:

Pushing your garage door opener wall button to see if the opener will function. If the door opener does not function your problem is not likely with the garage door opener itself. Contact your local dealer for assistance. If it does function properly then the problem is probably in the radio controls.

CAUTION: When carrying your transmitter on your person or in your purse it is imperative to make sure that the transmitter button does not come in contact with other objects that could accidentally activate the unit.

The radios are required to comply with FCC Rules and Regulations as Part 15 devices. As such they have limited transmitter power and therefore limited range.

A receiver cannot respond to more than one transmitter signal at a time and may be blocked by radio signals that occur on or near their operating frequencies, regardless of code settings.

Changes or modifications in the device may void FCC compliance.


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