4 Channel  Digital Remote Control  RECEIVER
 Up to 700 Feet 
  ( 200 m )  of Line-of-Sight Range with Hi gain external antenna




 Measured Line-of-Sight Range of 700 Feet
 Quick-Learn Programming
 Selectable Supervision
 Individual Outputs Per RF Channel and for Alarm, Low
 Battery, and Status Trouble Reports (Connects to Base Panel)
 7-Segment Channel Display (Decimal Point Indicates RF Activity);
LED Indication for Alarm, Low Battery, and Status
Over one million factory pre-set codes are available and all receivers "learn" the transmitter ID
Compatible Transmitters 
1 Channel handheld 
4 Channel handheld
8 Channel handheld
1 Channel stationary
PIR Motion detector
2 Channel Keychain

Smoke Detector
CO carbon monoxide detector
Panel-mount Hi-Gain antenna kit

Power relay 12V

Power adapter 120VAC to 12 VDC

Number of Channels: 4-Channels, supervised
 Receiver Carrier Frequency: 315 MHz  Bandwidth: 400 KHz typical
 Receiver Sensitivity: -102 dBm typical at each antenna
 Modulation: Type A1D, PPM (pulse position modulation)
 Measured Range: 1,500 feet typical, with most standard  stationary transmitters
 Loop response  2 seconds min
 Transmitter Capacity: 32 total with any distribution between channels 
(Note: learning multiple transmitters into any channel will defeat device supervision)
 Receiver Outputs: Open collector  4-Channel alarm outputs, one common low battery output,
 Factory set to normally open; can be globally selected as normally closed by internal jumper
 Current Rating: 100 mA maximum per output point, add power relay
Wiring Diagram with     Optional power relay
Output jumper select for each channel
 Momentary: 4-second momentary closure on alarm
 Toggle: Alternate alarm action (toggle on, toggle off)
 Option jumpers select Momentary, Toggle or Latched output per channel
 Latch: Requires manual reset at receiver, or operates as a follower with  transmitter

Channel Display: One 7-segment LED indicator; displays flashing center dash in power on an standby; displays channel ID during alarm condition along with alarm condition LED; automatically clears when alarm output restores; displays "P" and channel ID during programming mode
 RF Activity: Indicated by decimal point on 7-segment display; indicates radio receiver activity; flashes with received data
 Alarm Condition: Three LED indicators - alarm, low battery, and status;
displays conditions with corresponding channel ID
Operating Voltage: 10.2 to 14.4 VDC or 12 to 16 VAC
 Operating Current: Standby: 30 Ma; Alarm: Up to 120 mA
 Operating Temperature: 32 to 140 F (0 to 60 C)
 Dimensions: 7.25 in L x 1 in W x 5 in H (185 x 25.4 x 127 mm)
 Space Required for Installation: 7.5 in L x 14.0 in H
 Antenna: Two, 9-1/2 in wire whip antenna (supplied)
 Mounting Hardware: Four #6 x 1 1/4 in wood screws (supplied)

Receiver Operating Parameters:
 Status Supervision: Monitored on each channel for hourly status transmissions, reports status exception if no transmissions received within last 8-hour time period; one common status output provided for all channels; 7-segment display indicates channel where violation occurred; exception set and cleared by channel
 Enable Options: Status supervision enabled per channel; status enabled by cutting proper jumper per channel; factory default disabled; Note: with status supervision monitoring, it is not recommended to have more than one transmitter learned per channel
 Low Battery Supervision: Monitors each transmitter for low battery alarm; reports if any learned transmitter low battery signal received; one common low battery output for all transmitters; 7-segment display indicates channel where low battery occurred; low battery set and cleared by individual transmitters; transmitter that sends low battery report must send a good battery signal to clear low battery condition
 Program Mode: Enabled by program jumper; remove to enter program mode
 Transmitter Learn: Momentary press and release desired channel learn button; activate transmitter with five seconds to learn it into desired channel
 Memory Erase: Hold appropriate channel learn button for more than 10 seconds and release; transmitters learned into that channel will be erased from receiver memory  Memory Interrogation: Hold appropriate channel learn button for more than five and less than 10 seconds; alarm LED will flash the number of transmitters learned into selected channels    

  Warning: Radio control equipment is not to be used in life safety