Technical characteristics of the motor:
This receiver allows controlling different devices via two relays that can act independently or together.
The receiver must be fed at 230V AC.
The receiver can be used, for example, for controlling of lighting and motors, activation of devices such as doors, doorbells, etc.
For correct installation, this enabler must be fitted in a sealed box that provides sufficient space, absence of dust and humidity, and isolation from direct contact with people.
The dimensions of the box where it is installed must be at least: 120mm x 100mm x 48mm (length, width, height). It can be fitted on the surface or recessed.
The enabler 2R HV has two anchoring holes for fitting. The distance between the centres of the anchoring holes is 105mm and the holes’ diameter is 4mm.
To install the enabler you must feed the enabler’s power cable to the box where it will be installed, as well as the tube with the four cables from the motor, the enabler’s power cables and, optionally, the three cables for the manual pushbuttons.
CAUTION: Whilst working on the installation, make sure it is disconnected from the power supply.
The electrical installation must be performed by qualified technician.
Do not modify the product without authorization.
CAUTION: An error in the connections may cause serious damage to the device or the installation, or harm to the operator.
IMPORTANT: See the technical characteristics section to verify the type of motors that can be connected to the enabler.
Connect the motor’s cables to the terminals marked as 1 and 2.
Connect the power cables to the enabler taking into account its technical characteristics
To control the motor using pushbuttons, connect the cables of the two pushbuttons to the enabler’s terminal marked as “Control” (see fig.2). Important: these buttons should not have voltage; they should use free potential contacts.
Insert the jumpers for configuring the operation in the JP1, JP2, JP3, JP4 connections according to the desired operating mode (see next section).
The cables must be stripped a distance of 6 mm.
This receiver is designed to control devices according to 4 operating modes.
The operating modes are configured using the Jumpers connectors JP1, JP2, JP3 and JP4.
IMPORTANT: except in the case of the timed mode, it is possible to configure each relay independently. It is NOT necessary that both relays operate in the same mode.
IMPORTANTE: each time you change the operating mode of any of the relays, you must reset the receiver by disconnecting 5 seconds from the electric current.
Each relay is activated and stopped alternately with each order received by the receiver.
The corresponding relay is activated only while the receiver is receiving an order from a remote or a push button.
This operating mode is designed for controlling motors. In this mode both relays must be configured as in the dead man mode.
In this operating mode there’s an output protection and the two outputs cannot be activated at the same time.
Long press. With a long press, the motor will continue moving whilst the button is pressed.
This action allows you to carry out short movements of the motor.
Short press. With a short press, the motor will start moving until you press the button again or until it reaches the end of its run. The motor will stop after 55 seconds.
This function allows you to make long movements of the motor, without having to hold down the button on the remote control or the manual pushbutton.
Changing direction. If the motor is moving you can send the command to move in the opposite direction without having to stop the motor first.
The corresponding relay will be activated during 1 second.
Install the enabler, following the steps given in Installation section .
Once you have installed the enabler and before you connect it to the mains, you must choose the position on the “RF code selector”. The RF code for the control that will be assigned to the enabler according to the position of the “RF code selector” will be determined by the following table:
The RF codes for the latched mode (mode 1) are the following:
The RF codes for operating modes 2, 3, and 4 are:
IMPORTANT: Variations in the position of the “RF code selector” are only taken into account by the enabler when it is first connected. To change the code you must disconnect the enabler from the mains, modify the position of the “RF code selector” and wait five seconds before you reconnect the circuit.
The Enabler can be cleaned using a damp soft cloth. Always carry this operation out with the Enabler disconnected.
In the event of a fault in the Enabler, do not handle it and contact your distributor.
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste!
Dispose of the waste product via a collection point for electronic scrap or via your specialist dealer.
Put the packaging material into the recycling bins for cardboard, paper and plastics.
Within the statutory warranty period we undertake to rectify free of charge by repair or replacement any product defects arising from material or production faults.
Any unauthorized tampering with, or modifications to the product will annul this warranty.